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BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991

BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991
BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991








4x Vinyl LP Compilation Limited Edition Remastered



Release date

Jul 28, 2022

BOY Records - Timeless Technology 1988-1991 Various Mecanica - MEC036

Repress! limited repress of 500 copies in oversized gatefold sleeve

BOY Records was founded by Michael Zosel back in 1987 but it was after a few releases that he started to work with producer Arno Müller. “Brian” by Absurd was the first techno release on the label and a great success in the German techno scene. The cooperation continued with singles by Hypnopedia and New Scene that worked very well and put the name of BOY Records in the charts and clubs all around Germany and abroad. In 1990 another massive success came with the single “Kennedy” by Deep Thought and since there the label did not stop to release hit after hit by lot of names like Time Modem, “O”, Cybex Factor, Sonic System, Moskwa TV, MCL and lot more.

“Timeless Technology 1988-1991” compiles some of the best singles released on label’s most fruitful years. A selection of 24 classic tekkno traxx. Four records with printed inner sleeves packed on a silk-screened transparent Pet-Gag box. Limited edition of 500 copies

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Sleeve: M


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Absurd - Brian (The Pure Techno Bassdrum Mxxx)


Hypnopedia - Hypnopedia (The Hypnotic Mix)


Time Modem - The Time Of The Gathering (... There Can Be Only One)


New Scene - El Mach Hall (The Never Should Be The AA-Side Mix)


New Scene - The War In Vietnam


Deep Thought - Jugendklang


"O" - Das Spiel


Duce - Krieg Oder Frieden


Hypnopedia - Hypnopedia 666


Deep Thought - Kennedy


Time Modem - Welcome To The 90's


Hypnopedia - Horror


"O" - Das Spiel (Die 2. Runde)


Intact - Act's Of Sensation (Techno Version)


Cybex Factor - Die Schöpfung


F.C.M.P. - Demon Dance (Pluck Mix)


"O" - O'rgasm (Hetero Version)


New Scene - Tonight


Time Modem - Werkzeug Eines Fernen Willens


Structure - Das Licht


Cybex Factor - No Rock


Sonic System - Operation Desert Storm (Bombing-Attack-Mix)


Synchroton - Let'em Down


Scared To Death - Falling (Harmonie Mix)

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