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Boomkat Product Review:
Italy’s Mondo Groove give a bonus life to K. Bytes’ 8-bit disco bonanza, I Adore Commodore, which was originally recorded and issued in 1983, one year after he released Computer Disco as Marcello Giombini.
Everything from the screenshot artwork of a robotic bloke and pals, to the LP’s jaunty, energetic tunes, is inspired by Giombini’s love of computers and video games, as he was a proud early owner of an Apple II Europlus before converting to the Commodore 64 model which inspired this LP, largely due to the fact it provided him with three independent music generators enabling him to realise his elaborate sound.
So what better way to express your love of video games and computers than a suite dedicated to their soundtracks, taking the names of his favourite games such as Le Mans and Space Invaders as cues for a bleep fest of the funkiest kind with bubbling Italo treats such as Solar Fox, the cosmic tension of Jupiter Landing and an absolutely wigged-out piece of cascading arpeggios in Sea Wolf.