|3||No Car, No Job||3:12|
|4||Conversation A La Chaine||2:09|
|6||The Late Jack Wright||2:32|
|7||International Cycling Sport||2:07|
|10||Il Spirito Di Sergio Leone||7:58|
|11||Kuomintang's Space Blues||2:05|
|12||Himmelfarb (Live In Oktopus February 24 1982)||2:13|
|13||The Other Stranger||3:57|
|15||Large Expanded Halls||3:49|
|17||Media Bomb (Ignition Delay)||3:37|
|19||The Networkers Pts. 1 & 2||3:08|
|21||Remote Birth Control||3:11|
|22||The Sky Is The Limit||3:37|
|23||Putana Irriconoscibile (Zuhälter Schnitt)||3:07|
|24||Kuomintang (Live In Paradiso April 29 1982)||2:54|
Mannequin Records presents a double-LP compilation of the Dutch industrial-experimental heroes Doxa Sinistra. Preciously selected by the expert ears of Frank Brinkhuis, head of Trumpett, "Universo" is spanning from 1982 to 1988 through their entire discography.
Doxa Sinistra was formed in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, early 1982. On the strength of live performances at Paradiso and Ultra venue Oktopus, the two piece band was invited by Trumpett to record an album in the Freakowitz & Einstein Studio in Den Burg on Texel. Armed with their Korg MS-10 and Korg MS-20 synths they took the ferry to the West Frisian island, and spent a week recording in the legendary Trumpett HQ. The result, the debut cassette Via Del Latte, was released in June 1982. Just months later band member R. K. kidnapped the band name, formed a new duo and played one live date. After that the project fizzled out.
Until early 1984, when Trumpett and Doxa Sinistra received an invitation from Italian cassette label ADN to record a new album. The invitation was accepted and Doxa Sinistra Mark II was born. Conveyer Belt, recorded between June 1984 and February 1985, appeared as an ADN/Trumpett co-release in August 1985.
After the move of the Trumpett Studios to Amsterdam late 1986, Doxa Sinistra started demoing a new album in the Summer of 1987. California based Undergroud cassette label Ladd-Frith were keen to release the ultimate results. Recorded early 1988, Newsflashes, the group's third and final album, was released as a Ladd-Frith/Trumpett co-release in the Summer of 1988.