• Cybotron, enter

    The Things They Buried: On Cybotron's Embattled Techno Sci-Fi Masterpiece, 'Enter'

    In November, Fantasy Records will reissue the original version of Cybotron's classic 1983 early Detroit electro/techno album, Enter — which previously had been reissued in 1990 in a different configuration under the title Clear — along with previously unreleased material (singles, B-sides, and alternate mixes in their full 12-inch versions). The following is partly excerpted from Dave Tompkins' liner notes and his book, How to Wreck a Nice Beach: The Vocoder from World War II to Hip-Hop. Happy Halloween.--More space, Willy, more space soon!— Wilbur Whateley of the Decaying Whateleys, The Dunwich HorrorRik Davis has spent the afternoon blowing up trees. Deposited by helicopter, the Marine from Detroit squats in a blast crater somewhere north of Dong Ha, near the DMZ reaches of South Vietnam. It's 1968. Ops and borders are fluid.

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