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Art P
No Message

No Message

Artists

Art P

Catno

TAC-011

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Album Coloured

Country

Germany

Release date

Oct 28, 2022

Genres

Blue vinyl, limited to 300 copies.
The Outer Edge is proud to present the first ever vinyl release of "No Message" by Art P, a still lesser known and lost masterpiece from the P.A.P. archives.
Art P (initially Art Programming) was an electronic music duo consisting of Jens-Markus Wegener and Frank Grotelüschen. On "No Message", originally released in 1985, we hear the band's most profound work, a detailed and unique mixture in between of Electro and the synth-laden edge of New Wave.

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Nov 28, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

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A1

David

A2

A Place To Fear

A3

Polaroid

A4

No Message

B1

Without Jackets

B2

Sound Of The City

B3

Five Minutes

B4

Beams

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