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Space Oddities

Born Bad Records

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In the ever-expanding universe of 70s and 80s French library music, Sauveur Mallia holds a special place; his career, multifaceted work and the uniqueness of his talent have made him an exemplary figure in the unsung world of library musicians. In those years a few of them, often for economical reasons, would set off on a space conquest, taking along just a few synthesisers. Their ambition well surpassed the modesty of their means; it was in turn the condition to their experimentations with sound which were to create a new sonic space: that of a nation tumbling into modernity. From French soil to the farthest reaches of the cosmos, there were just a few steps to take. It’s with the label Tele Music, boarding the spaceship Arpadys, along with the Voyage crew, that Sauveur Mallia took the big leap.

Track List:

1. Space People
2. Exotic Guide 
3. Reggae Direction 
4. Supersmurf 
5. Robot Avenue 
6. Double Polygone 
7. Synthetic Suspense
8. Synthetic Neutron 
9. Smurfissimo
10. All the Bass 
11. Spacial Escapade 
12. African Break 
13. Electronic Africa 
14. Star Odyssey 
15. New Wave Sequence 
16. Radium One 
17. Synthetic Geometry