|1.||Clan Of Xymox - "Stranger" (demo) (5:43)|
|2.||Det Gylne Triangel - "Maskindans" (3:42)|
|3.||Zahgurim - "The Living Room" (6:37)|
|1.||The Human League - "4JG" (4:00)|
|2.||Liaisons Dangereuses - "Dias Cortas" (live) (5:06)|
|3.||Sociedades En Tetra Brik - "Detector Martenot" (3:35)|
|1.||Batang Frisco - "Sewing Machine" (5:56)|
|2.||Chris & Cosey - "Hybrid C" (5:34)|
|3.||Im Namen Des Volkes - "Alles Ist Gewinn" (3:39)|
|1.||Stephen Huss - "Infinity Sign" (3:34)|
|2.||Richard Bone - "Alternate Music For The Hindenberg Lounge" (11:55)|
Recently Interstellar Funk (real name Olf van Elden) has used his Artificial Dance label to offer up a range of new and old tracks that doffs a cap to "wave" music - that hard-to-define, synthesiser-heavy style that first emerged at the turn-of-the-80s and has been evolving ever since. "Artificial Dancers", his first compilation, continues this trend by gathering together personal favourites and rarities that spans 40 years of wave music. It's a brilliant collection all told, with highlights including the moody dancefloor brilliance of Clan Of Xymox's "Stranger (Demo)", the Human League's exceedingly rare 1979 tribute to JG Ballard ("4JG"), a killer live recording of "Dias Cortas" by EBM kings Liaisons Dangereuse and the Norwegian eccentricity of Det Gylne Triangel's wayward post-punk synth-pop classic "Maskindans".
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