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Back in 1968, a pair of Germanic behind-the-scenes sound librarians called Horst Ackermann and Heribert Thusek left a tiny but indelible pinprick on the history of German Pop in the misshaped form of a sexy horror cash-in concept album called 'Dracula's Music Cabinet'. Shelved at a micro-cosmic axis where krautrock meets lesbian vampire horrortica and easy listening meets psychedelia, the delayed reaction of this mutant concoction eventually exploded in the mid-1990's in the hands of a generation of 'record diggers' sending currency-crushing tremors through the wallets of mods, rockers, hip hoppers and psych nuts around the plastic-pillaging planet. The vinyl junkies had resurrected a monster but, like addicts do, they ravenously sucked it dry and moved on looking for the next fix to feed their habit. The Ackermann and Thusek duo were far from dynamic. They were undercover agents hiding behind user-friendly mock-rock monikers and, like most B-musicians, the only way to sniff them out would be to read the small print. But when an unidentified record on an unknown label with a title like 'Science Fiction Dance Party' crops up in the Eins Deutschmark crates it's not exactly rocket science - although the track titles might suggest otherwise.

Track Listing:
1. The End of a Robot - The Science Fiction Corporation
2. Monster On Saturn 1 - The Science Fiction Corporation
3. Visitors of AD 2022 - The Science Fiction Corporation
4. Galactic Adventures of the Outer Space Fleet 'Hope' - The Science Fiction Corporation
5. Hit Parade in the Light Year 25 - The Science Fiction Corporation
6. The Whistling Astronaut - The Science Fiction Corporation
7. Murder in the Space Station - The Science Fiction Corporation
8. Flirtation On Venus - The Science Fiction Corporation
9. Dance On Mars - The Science Fiction Corporation
10. Man Out of a Test Tube - The Science Fiction Corporation
11. Just Walking On the Moon - The Science Fiction Corporation
12. Death Rays Out of the Universe - The Science Fiction Corporation

Year of Production: 1968

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