ROBOTIKO REJEKTO Communication 87-92 2LP VINYL 2019 LTD.500

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Communication 87-92

Format: Limited edition of 500 copies on double vinyl, gatefold sleeve and exclusive sticker.
Year: 14.06.2019
Label: Mecanica Records

A1 Rejekto! (Perfekto Mix) 
A2 Rejekto! (Presentation Mix) 
A3 Umsturz Jetzt! (R.I.A.D. Mix)

B1 Umsturz Jetzt! (Techno Club Dub) 
B2 Umsturz Jetzt! (Razormaid Mix)
B3 Confusion (Are U Mix) 
B4 Communication

C1 Injection (Robotiko Part II) 
C2 Now Saving 
C3 Moonbase 18
C4 The Art Of Sampling (12" Edit) 
C5 Dynamic

D1 You can’t escape 
D2 Cyber Space 
D3 Pure Control (Body Cut)
D4 Technology / At the Height of the Fighting


Robotiko Rejekto was created in Frankfurt am Main in 1987 by RaHen and Talla 2XLC. Both musicians already worked together in the early 80's on projects like Axodry, Moskwa TV and other incarnations as part of the "Sound of Frankfurt" scene. With the mega success of the first single “Rejekto” (1987) released on Talla’s now legendary Label Techno Drome International, RaHen and Talla 2XLC were seamlessly able to live up to the earlier success with Axodry. They used on this track some lyrics in Romanian telling a fictional short story about two Romanian musicians: Dumitru Constantin and Andrei Vasile. This was followed by other two top chart singles: "Umsturz Jetzt!" (1988) and “Confusion" (1989). Shortly after, Talla 2XLC quit to concentrate on other projects, however some also in cooperation with RaHen.

For a short period of time, Kurt Ader joined the project and with RaHen produced the album "Cyper Space" (1990) including some new songs together with the previous singles. The misspelling of the album title is attributed to a mistake of the label ZYX Records – world famous for the label with the worst graphic design and most horrific ‘lettering’ on their graphics “Injection” (1990) and "Hangar 18” (1991) were the chosen singles published to support this album. A couple of other singles, “Density / Pure Control" and “Technology” (1992) came next but unfortunately with not a major success following by a hiatus of the band. After a long pause, Robotiko Rejekto made a comeback in 2012 to release a new album. Currently formed by Ralf Henrich (aka RaHen) and Ivo Draganac (aka Marco Drago), they continue to work and touring intensely.

"Communication 87-92” is a special selection of classic tracks and remixes from those golden years.


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