Feeling fiesty this Friday, so here's a SECOND post for your weekend pleasure. It's been a while since I've posted anything minimal synth related, and I've had this single kicking around for years, so it's about damn time I posted it. So, synth fans, this one is for you!
Here we have a often-coveted 7'' from Spain, released in 1982 on Hispavox, who had tie-ins with EMI and are still around to date. This is the band's only release, pure minimal bliss. The A-side is all over the map, shifting in and out of tempos and featuring some rather impressive operatic female vocals, as the title might suggest. The B-side is the standout for me, a really pretty pseudo-instrumental (minimal vox) with washes of synth (and what sounds like, but likely is not a theremin). Both tracks are worth your attention, but don't let me tell you twice.
UA- Cantante De Ópera 7'' 1. Cantante De Ópera 2. Maldoror
PS- as this one is not in my collection, I had to do a little cleanup on the original audio file to remove any drastic clicks and pops. As such, it is not crystal clear, but trust me, it's much better than it was! Happy listening!