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Port Said Revisited

by Port Said

This is a compilation of some of the best titles from the four original Port Said cassette albums released between 1982-1985, which evoke fantasy landscapes of the far east, middle east and other exotic locations.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Araby
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2. Trail of the Sphinx
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3. Countdown to Midnight
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4. Cobra
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5. Alpha
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6. Indian Ocean, Voyage 2
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7. Monsoon
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8. Elf Dance
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9. Eve of Departure
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10. Migration
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is a compilation of 10 of the best pieces from the band's four cassette albums released between 1982-1985.

All the recordings explore the themes of travel, either to fantasy exotic locations or mental ones. An unconventional use of electro and acoustic sources, these recordings reached appreciative ears in the underground in North America, Europe and Japan.

"...this duo seems to delight in defying catagorization. Unusualpercussion and their own ways of using synthesizers make them sound unlike anyone else."

Robert Carlberg, Polyphony May 1983


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