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"This television has no name, but it still has all
the names of the world. It doesn't have schedules, but it'll
still follow time.This television will witness unimposed
time, inside and outside reality multiplies. It's going to
take part at "real time" intensity, trying to
portray its qualities, which it then pukes down from the sky
With excerpts in Real Streaming.
Fanzine by F.C.N. - APPROVED!!!
".un instabile contenitore di pop-culture,
raccoglitore di scarti del mondo moderno, spazzatura pop a
poco prezzo di qualunque natura: televisione, cinema,
musica, oggetti, giocattoli, eros, tutto quanto possa essere
bislacco e strambo, diventano i culti dei quali ABASTOR si
Lyrics of music by Vangelis
Hosted by our dutch friend Henk Hengelen.
Check it for Chrisma lyrics.
Uncle Don is one of the greatest Vangelis and Vangelis-related
(including Chrisma, of course!) collectors in the world.
Maybe world's largest catalog of music. New, used, hard-to-find,
collectible, import... A must for searching Krisma rarities on line.
Krisma Music Choice Links [../1_ins_inserts/H2-body.htm]
you like squeaky, bubbling and screwing sounds of analogue
synthesizers this is the thing for you..."
deals with a period between 1965 and 1973... Glamour, fashion, style, design, the success of Eurovision...(...)
And, of course, Dabadaba is a nice kind of film music,
created by Anton GarcěŸ Abril." All this and more inspired the Spanish Webmaster in creating
this cool site.
for a great number of resources regarding the sophisticated
glam rock of Ferry, Eno, McKay and Manzanera...
stated in their "Mission" page: "The
Hyperreal Music Archive seeks to facilitate, directly and
indirectly, increased awareness and understanding of
The EnoWeb project originally established by Malcolm
Humes in October 1993.
All you ever wanted to know about Brian Eno.
Jon Hassell and Fourth World Music
think that few people have understood the conceptual
ramifications of the sampler - as usual, Hassell is the
exception, with his image of "the Mona Lisa painted
with tiny snapshots of the Taj Mahal". That's a
beautiful idea." -- Brian Eno