Boomkat Product Review:
**Please note: We can only ship this item to the UK (excluding Northern Ireland), Belgium, Luxembourg & Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, Republic Of Ireland, Monaco, USA, Canada & Australia.** **7LP + 7" housed in rigid boxset with various art inserts, facsimiles and hand-numbered certificate Edition of 500** Vinyl-On-Demand keep 'em coming with this revelatory foray into the early days of Scottish minimal/synth music. With particular focus on the work of electronic mastermind Alistair Robertson - aka Al Robertson, The Written Text, DC3, The Klingons, 100% Man Made Fibre, Inner City Static - and the closely related projects of Mario D'Agostino and Richie Turnbull (Dick Tracy, Final Program), it cracks the glass on a stash of goodies generally beyond earshot of the casual wave fan, and thanks to a haul of demos and unreleased bits, it's new stuff to even the most obsessive types. The seven discs are liberally sprinkled with gems, from the plush synth romance of Dick Tracy's gorgeous 'Stereotype' to the bittersweet synth-pop of The Klingons' 'Society', the radioactive dissonance of Inter City Static's 'Mannequins' LP, and most certainly the freakishly cute funk of 100% Man Made Fibre's super sought-after 'Green For Go' EP in all its iterations. Warmest recommendations.