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Curtis K. Ayres - Break "84" FLAC album

Curtis K. Ayres - Break "84" FLAC album
Title:
Break "84"
Performer:
Curtis K. Ayres
Style:
Electro
Released:
FLAC album size:
1368 mb
Other formats:
DTS AU MMF AA MP1 TTA AHX
Genre:
Rating:
4.3 ✪
Curtis K. Ayres - Break "84" FLAC album

Tracklist

A I Don't Need Your Love 4:10
B Break "84" 4:00

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – The Saurus Publ.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Curtis K. Ayres (tracks: A), Kelvin Ayres (tracks: A), Tom Tom 84 (tracks: B)
  • Producer – Ayres Inc.
  • Vocals – Curtis K. Ayres (tracks: A), Donna L. Ayres (tracks: B)

Notes

The Saurus Publ. BMI
Michigan City IN 46360

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI


Reviews:
  • Undeyn
I have a signed copy of this 45 from Curtis and his family, they played at a bar I worked at in Princeton, Illinois. Great music, very friendly band.
  • Shistus
I need to update and correct my further review to this record! I said that 100 copies have been pressed, this is not true!As per Curtis and Kelvin Ayres they recorded the tracks in Chicago 1983 and pressed 2000 copies. Unfortunately their father passed by (RIP) the same year and they threw away all the records, less than 100 copies survived. So this is the reason why this fantastic Electro 7inch is so damn rare and hard to find. They reconfirmed that this one have never been released as 12inch. Definately a hard to find and extremely fresh record!PeaceFab
  • Danskyleyn
Here another incredibly rare Electro 7inch. This is really underground Electro out of Michigan, privat pressing. Really fresh Electro Beatz, Spacy Sounds and boombastic Vocoders. I would say that this is one of the most interesting Electro 7inchs. Definately not pressed as 12inch and only 100 copies pressed. Vocoder sounds exactly like the one used in Computer Rock Control by Starr's Computer Band. This record is dope, you can trust me. In years of collecting I have seen this record only two time. Peace Fab
  • Mamuro
Just picked up a copy of this record and wanted to add my thoughts. Whilst the track 'Break 84' is a little too short in my opinion, it is however a great and unusual piece of primitive cosmic electro quite unlike anything else I own. It's charm lies in it's simple qualities: really stripped back production, spacy, swirling synths, a good breakdance beat and the vocoders which are flat and quite ominous sounding. Definitely one of the more unusual electro recordings from this period and for that alone, an easy 5/5.