Mecanica Popular – ¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? LP


Behold, a cultishly coveted slab of freeform new wave dance/tape music from 1984 Madrid, Spain, reissued by Andy Votel, Sean Canty, and Doug Shipton’s Dead-Cert label. Notable not only for including Beppe Loda’s Typhoon favorite, “La Edad del Bronce” — which sounds uncannily like a cut from Craig Leon’s Nommos (1981) — this album also features the beguiling concrète funk of “Galilea: Centro de Datos,” which, by any measure, bears a striking, prototypical resemblance to Photek’s “Ni – Ten – Ichi – Ryu” and has become something of an oft-asked-about staple in Dead-Cert’s polysemous, polymetric DJ sets.

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A1 Impresionistas I
A2 La Edad Del Bronce
A3 Impresionistas II
A4 Quiero Irme
A5 Siempre Tú
A6 Modelos Existentes
A7 Estado Sólido
B1 Galilea: Centro De Datos
B2 Daguerrotipo/Ambrotipo
B3 Plenilunio
B4 Máquinas Y Procedimientos

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Weight .8 lbs