Category Archives: Germany

Partysnäks

Partysnäks (Ink Records) 1982. Some mysteries just need to be solved and one such mystery is the one surrounding Bera Maor who recorded the excellent song Männer on this obscure NDW compilation from 1982. The story goes that Bera Maor … Continue reading

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SIC – Cover Girls Smile / Between

SIC – Cover Girls Smile // Between (Not on Label) 1983. One of those weird minimal synth obscurities that one comes across when one is a total music-collecting dork such as me’self. There is absolutely no information on the interwebs … Continue reading

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P1/E – Dependance / 49 Second Romance

P1/E – Dependance // 49 Second Romance (Exil-System Records) 1980. Here’s a classic NDW, synth obscurity from Germany. The winner here is 49 Second Romance which sounds like a German version of early Suicide. In doing my research, I realize … Continue reading

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Joachim Witt – Tri Tra Trullala / Geh’ Mal Vor

Joachim Witt – Joachim Witt – Tri Tra Trullala // Geh’ Mal Vor (Wea Records) 1981. This silly piece of NDW was on the now defunct, Mein Walkman ist Kaputt site. The songs are great in that uniquely German way. … Continue reading

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The Tanzdiele – Muzik, Muzik, Muzik

The Tanzdiele – Muzik, Muzik, Muzik // Candy (GeeBeeDee Records) 1982. This is hands-down, my favourite NDW recording ever. I got it off of Mein Walkman Ist Kaputt a year ago. Unfortunately, Mein Walkman Ist Kaputt took down their archives … Continue reading

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