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Performer: Moskwa TV
Title: Blue Planet
Style: Synth-pop
Year 1987
Country Germany
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 314
MP3 size: 1928 mb
FLAC size: 1454 mb
WMA size: 1460 mb
Other formats: WMA ASF ADX XM AC3 AIFF MOD

Moskwa TV - Blue Planet mp3 album

Moskwa TV - Blue Planet mp3 album


Moskwa Electronic 3:59
Remember Russia 3:53
Interface E 0:56
Submarine 4:34
The Art Of Fashion 4:42
Interface F 1:44
Lenin 4:49
Tokyo Jam 3:53
The Shelter Of Love 4:37
Utopia 4:29
Interface G 1:02
Brave New World 5:07


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
85-3789 Moskwa TV Blue Planet ‎(CD, Album) Westside Music 85-3789 Germany 1987
08-3785 Moskwa TV Blue Planet ‎(LP, Album) Westside Music 08-3785 Germany 1987
ZYX 20094-1 Moskwa TV Blue Planet ‎(LP, Album) ZYX Records ZYX 20094-1 Germany 1987
ZYX 20.094, ZYX 20094 Moskwa TV Blue Planet ‎(LP, Album) ZYX Records, ZYX Records ZYX 20.094, ZYX 20094 US 1987
BOY 2824-2 Moskwa TV Blue Planet ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) BOY Records BOY 2824-2 Germany 2008

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I'd rate this album a 4.5, because while some songs like "Brave New World", "Moskwa Electronics", "Utopia", "The Art of Fashion", "Tokyo Jam" and the Duran Duran-ish ballad "Shelter of Love", are top notch, the album has a FEW lack luster tunes and is more pop and less avant garde than their previous album "Dynamics and Discipline", an album which was more futuristic sounding for its time, but also less melodic, less vocal, and less catchy. So this is really my favorite of M TV's 3 albums (the 3rd being 1991's Javelin, without Talla 2XLC). Of the various forms of 80s techno--i.e., computer/futuristic, electronic body music, techno disco/energy, eurobeat, new beat, acid beat, industrial, and the early 80s new wave synth pop and techno pop--THIS album, like M TV's earlier "Dynamics & Discipline" album, is pure computer-generated futuristic or space age techno. "Brave New World" received some techno club and radio play, primarily from the 12" extended mix and a Razormaid mix, not to mention a later Remix. I don't want to discount the contribution of Javelin to Moskwa TV, and top notch producer Axel Henninger, who produced this and many other great artists during the 80s, but every techno DJ recognizes Talla 2XLC, the other musician besides Javelin, as a visionary for this genre of electronica & dance music. This workaholic has done so much to build techno and trance into the music style it is today, and it started with Moskwa TV and Westside Records of Hannover. This gave him the recognition, and therefore legitimacy, to begin Techno Drome International, distributed by ZYX globally, which really got the aggrepo or electronic body music scene going, at a time when New Yorkers and other urbanites were clamoring about house music as the future of the dance scene. Who would have guessed that these styles, unlike earlier dance music styles, would only grow in popularity through today? Rather than fighting, the two dance music styles merged into one rave/warehouse scene, and since then, both styles borrow from one another, while--again with Talla's continued promotion--techno and trance music are fully recognized, popular music genres today as any other form of dance music. And dance music today, as DJs and music magazines demonstrate, is growing in popularity at a faster rate than any other music style in Western culture as the favorite music of choice for hipsters, that is the teenage to mid-30s crowd, which accounts for most spending on music. To my point, there is a direct connection with today's techno and trance music popularity with that of this obscure German band, Moskwa TV, who most technophiles don't even know about (outside of Deutschland).
The only songs on this LP that are great is, Tokyo Jam and Moskwa Electronic. If you are a vocoder fetishist, you must liten to Moskwa Electronic, am i wrong?