an electronic mix of 80s synth

Boxcar – vertigo

Hello and welcome back… Back in the late 80s one of my favorite pastimes was to go visit various record stores around Sydney and suburbs.Strathfield was on the way home and had a great record store in the plaza which is where i came across this album. Basically if you like “New Order” you would like this band.Not sure if i would call it electronic but it is synth based and a great album to dance to.Let loose in 1989 it had the singles “insect”, “gas stop” and “lelore”. My favorite track would be “Freemason” with its pulsating beats and happy synth melody’s … makes me want to dance but i don’t think my hip will let me.. lesson for everyone = ” don’t get old ” haha
 Track listings are =                  1= gas stop
                                                  2 =insect
                                                  3 = vertigo
                                                  4= freemason
                                                  5 = comet
                                                  6 = hit & run
                                                  7 = 900 hours
                                                  8 = lelore ( remix )
                                                  9 = cruel to you
                                                10 = this is the town

Love the start of track 5… funny , click on blue links to watch video and click HERE to download album … enjoy              

Comments on: "Boxcar – vertigo" (2)

  1. At last, found somebody else who loved this album ! I've also got this and the Insect, Freemason and Lelore 12"ers ! Keep up the great work

  2. thanks heaps, appreciate the feedback.

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