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Boomkat Product Review:
**With liner notes insert** Bureau B furrow deeper into the annals of early '80s German post-punk with a reissue of Pyrolator's jerky, surreal '81 ace 'Ausland'. It's Kurt Dahlke's vision of avant-garde pop possibility, marrying skittish vocals with visceral guitar noise and sleekly contoured Electro-Pop rhythms and synth textures for a stylish mixture of exotica, bossa nova, disco and Industrial funk memes. The twelve tracks of the original album are included alongside a further eight bonus tracks, exhibiting a pioneering and ahead-of-his-time mind in full flow. There's parallels to be drawn with the jazzy chipfunk of Haroumi Hosono at the time, but the helpless diversity and merry oddness of Dahlke's output here is practically peerless, partly thanks to his use of unique, home built equipment such as the digitarre and also the contributions from Frederick Nilsen of LAMFS and JaJaJa's 'Frank Samba. Weird and very wonderful.