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Tracklist

Automat
1.a (The) Rise 6:08
1.b (The) Advance 4:05
1.c (The) Genus 6:35
2 Droid 5:20
3 Ultraviolet 6:46
4 Mecadence 4:10

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Barclay
  • Copyright (c) – Barclay

Credits

  • Engineer [Sound] – Luciano Torani
  • Programmed By – Mario Maggi
  • Written-By – Claudio Gizzi, R. Musumarra*

Notes

Limited CD release of the 1978 LP.

All tunes realized with the "MCS 70"
(Memory Controlled Sythesizer)

℗ 1978 Barclay
℗ 2003 Barclay

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7112014153412

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMI 6926 Automat Automat ‎(LP, Album) EMI EMI 6926 UK 1978
DG-0562 Automat Automat ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) Premium Series A.G. DG-0562 Russia 2011
141.5.341 Automat Automat ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Barclay 141.5.341 Russia Unknown
FCCD 05046 Automat Automat ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) 2000 FruitGum Corp. FCCD 05046 Russia 2005
31C 064 18323 Automat Automat ‎(LP, Album) Harvest 31C 064 18323 Brazil 1978

Tracklist

Automat (16:30)
A1 (The) Rise
A2 (The) Advance
A3 (The) Genus
B1 Droid 5:30
B2 Ultraviolet 6:20
B3 Mecadence 4:45

Credits

  • Engineer [Sound] – Luciano Torani
  • Programmed By – Mario Maggi
  • Written-By – Claudio Gizzi (tracks: A1 to A3), Romano Musumarra (tracks: B1 to B3)

Notes

The first side of this LP is divided into three parts on the label, but plays as a continuous piece of music. Side A is the work of Claudio Gizzi. Side B is the work of Romano Musumarra. Programmed by the MCS 70 (Memory Controlled Synthesizer).

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMI 6926 Automat Automat ‎(LP, Album) EMI EMI 6926 UK 1978
DG-0562 Automat Automat ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) Premium Series A.G. DG-0562 Russia 2011
141.5.341 Automat Automat ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Barclay 141.5.341 Russia Unknown
FCCD 05046 Automat Automat ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) 2000 FruitGum Corp. FCCD 05046 Russia 2005
31C 064 18323 Automat Automat ‎(LP, Album) Harvest 31C 064 18323 Brazil 1978


Automat - Automat FLAC album

Musician performer: Automat

Title: Automat

Country: UK

Date of release: 2003

Style: Disco, Electro, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1937 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 167

Other Formats: AUD TTA AIFF XM WAV AA AC3

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Doath
AUTOMAT 1978 VERSION LP VINYL IS VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL... DIGITAL VERSION IS SMALL VERSION VINYL X CD ... NO COMMENT, TEST
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AUTOMAT 1978 VERSION LP VINYL IS VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL... DIGITAL VERSION IS SMALL VERSION VINYL X CD ... NO COMMENT, TEST
Nkeiy
Original 12 inch versions appears on CD Grand 12 inches volume 5 CD 4 compiled by BEN LIEBRAND. Check out! Ben Liebrand: "Everybody was in their Soul outfits shaking down to the ground, Meanwhile this was also being made back in 1978. Trance in one of it's earliest forms. The one thing that bugged me for years was that the track had a lousy bassdrum which is now remedied by adding only the low end of a bassdrum to the already existing one. I've done so with the greatest care and in line with the original sounds. Hope you like it!"
Nkeiy
Original 12 inch versions appears on CD Grand 12 inches volume 5 CD 4 compiled by BEN LIEBRAND. Check out! Ben Liebrand: "Everybody was in their Soul outfits shaking down to the ground, Meanwhile this was also being made back in 1978. Trance in one of it's earliest forms. The one thing that bugged me for years was that the track had a lousy bassdrum which is now remedied by adding only the low end of a bassdrum to the already existing one. I've done so with the greatest care and in line with the original sounds. Hope you like it!"
Oveley
Ben Liebrands version sounds as good as it gets. Some parts are just fantastic spacemusic from the seventees, but in between it is cheesy in a way only italians can stand. Despite that, and on a whole, it is a masterpiece! Can you imagine to put all this syntezisers together in 1978!? What an effort - Italians do it better...
Oveley
Ben Liebrands version sounds as good as it gets. Some parts are just fantastic spacemusic from the seventees, but in between it is cheesy in a way only italians can stand. Despite that, and on a whole, it is a masterpiece! Can you imagine to put all this syntezisers together in 1978!? What an effort - Italians do it better...