German electronic band from the late 70's comprising Albin Meskes, Ulrich Weber, Udo Hanten and Harald Grosskopf.
Central Europe Performance - Breakfast in the Ruins

Artist: Central Europe Performance
P: 1989
Breakfast in the Ruins is classical of Eighties synths albums, a stunning delight for senses, and a great consolation for anyone that thought Teutonic synth was a dying art.
Breakfast in the Ruins is the first and to date only record-release by Central Europe Performance, a spin-off-project by Udo Hanten & Albin Meskes concentrating on live appearances and supported by other musicians from different corners of the music world.
Computer music often enough recorded by hightech fussy fanatics working like recluses in ivory towers filled with keyboards, synthesizers and other electronic instruments, to the exclusion of the public. The "CENTERAL EUROPE PERFORMANCE" (CEP) project takes the reverse path. The debut album "Breakfast In The Ruins" presents live-rehearsed matriculation products of co-operation among musicians who contributed to this work their varied experience with electronic sound material after the correctness of their ideas had been confirmed by thousands of audiences.
The group was produced and directed by Udo Hanten followed by Harald Großkopf, Marco Cancian, Albin Meskes and Frank Mevissen. Guestmusicians are Mike Pelzer, Markus Maria Jansen and Señor Canuto.
"Breakfast In The Ruins is classical of Eighties synths albums, a stunnung delight for senses, and a great consolation for anyone that thought Teutonic synth was a dying art."

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Various Artists - Silberland Vol 1: The Psychedelic Side Of Kosmische Musik

Artist: Various Artists
P: 2022
Fellow humans, Bureau B invite you on an expedition to Silberland, a singular span of spacetime created by Germa – ny’s sonic futurists of the seventies and eighties. Embracing the early electronics and tape experiments of the six- ties’ avant-garde, these artists aimed to boldly go, eschewing small steps for giant leaps into a nebulous and novel soun

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You - 00:19:96:00 Electric Images Revisited

Artist: You
P: 1996

Recorded and mixed between 1992 and 1996 at Spiegeltraum II, Robot City & Telescope Film Studios.
The disc contains an interactive Windows/Mac application called the Genetic Factory at the first track position.
This is the 5th Cd out of the You Box from 1996 with all new music.

Here the last copy!

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You - 30 page Booklet + empty Box

Artist: You
P: 1996
This is the 30 page booklet and the empty box, which was available for the collectors, who bought the 5 CDs with this two items.
The booklet features a lot of pictures with many information about the YOU artists.
The empty box can be used to store 5 CDs or just as a collectors item.

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You - Electric Day

Artist: You
P: 1979 / 2011

Reissue inluding four bonus tracks (CD only)

As synthesizers grew more popular from the mid-seventies onwards, an increasing number of groups swapped the classic instruments of a rock band for sequencers and
synthesizers. Pioneers (and paragons) of this electronically created music included of course Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Manuel Göttsching et al, who represent the “Berliner Schule” (in contrast to the Düsseldorfer Schule which developed around Kraftwerk and Co.) A hitherto less celebrated, yet outstanding exponent of the
Berliner Schule was the Krefeld combo YOU. Udo Hanten and Albin Meskes teamed up with another iconic figure of electronic music, Harald Grosskopf, to issue two fantastic
albums as the 1980s began. Without disowning their Berlin role models, YOU nevertheless came up with their own hypnotic mix of sequencer patterns, synthesizer melodies,
pulsating drums and sporadic acoustic guitar phrases. Now and again they even ventured into experimental territory. Tracing YOU’s path from the idea of founding a band to the
release of their first LP, one encounters a host of illustrious characters from the electronic/Krautrock music scene. Peter Baumann, for example, a member of Tangerine Dream for so many years, who was the first to hear the material played to him by Hanten and his guitarist Uli Weber at his Paragon Studios in Berlin. They also met Harald Grosskopf here, a member of Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser’s “Kosmische Kuriere” and
former drummer with Klaus Schulze. Großkopf was a member of Manual Göttsching’s Ashra band at the time. Which just leaves sound engineer, the legendary Conny
Plank. It was he who suggested that YOU and Grosskopf get together to set up the Spiegeltraum Studio in Krefeld, with Grosskopf supplying the recording gear and Hanten the musical equipment. Grosskopf completed “Synthesist”, his most famous work, before YOU recorded “Electric Day” halfway through 1979. It now appears with four bonus tracks.

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You - Laserscape

Artist: You
P: 1986 / 2013

Reissue inluding bonus track (CD only)

The Krefeld duo YOU played their way into the elite of the German electronic music scene with their first two albums "Electric Day" (1979) and "Time Code" (1983). The music on "Laserscape" (1986) was conceived to accompany the laser performances of the same name by Horst H. Baumann. And that's what it sounds like: multilayered drones, up to 13 minutes long, evocative of Blade Runner's menacing atmosphere, sometimes laced with driving, pulsating sequences, typical of the so-called Berlin School (Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze etc). The reissue is available on CD (Digipak)

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You - Time Code

Artist: You
P: 1980 / 2011

Reissue inluding two bonus tracks (CD only)
If “Electric Day” was characterized by Harald Großkopf’s pulsating drums and Uli Weber’s solo guitar, “Time Code emerged as an altogether more electronic affair, with both
Großkopf and Weber having left the project. Reduced to a duo, YOU largely remained faithful to their style, but expanded upon it. “Time Code” displays more range and
variation than its predecessor“Electric Day”. Down tempo and faster numbers alternate and sugar sweet melodies are followed by expanses of ominously dark or crystal clear
synthesizers. Hanten and Meskes’ new sound was further refined by the use of drum computers and the omission of guitar. The album perfectly illustrates the transition of electronic music from the 1970s to the 1980s. Sequencer patterns owe much to the legacy of the Berlin School (Berliner Schule), whilst the synthesizer and drum computer sounds heralded the advent of the new decade. The level of interest and excitement was particularly high in Italy, where songs from the album featured heavily on radio. Listeners were clearly impressed by “Live Line”, which has resurfaced in various techno productions over the past twenty years, either as a cover (by Diolac Duvai, for example), or as “Elektro Message” (by Gigi D’Agostino). This reissue comes with two bonus tracks.

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