Various Artists
Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop From Europe 1980 - 1991
Music From Memory
Gatefold sleeve, printed inners
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1Nightfall In Camp - Cada Dia 2:00
2Stroer Duo Howard Fine - Nomad Song 2:00
3Tony Hymas - Pictures Of Departure 2:00
4Violet Eves - Listen Over The Ocean 1:49
5Miko & Mubare - Komoma Ya-Ya-Ya 2:00
6Piscine Et Charles - Quart De Tour, Mon Amour 2:00
7John Makin & Friends - No Lie 2:00
8Nonobstant - Jessica 2:00
9Wolfgang Klingler, Thomas Heimes, Hans-Christian Mittag - Nach Dienst 2:00
10Sound On Sound - Depression 2:03
11Pete Brandt's Method - What You Are 2:00
12Lost Gringos - Tambo Machay 2:00
13Vanakos - I Hate Disco.. Not The Dance 2:00
14Brenda & The Beachballs - Dancing Thru' The Night 2:00
15Patrick Forgas - Sex Move 2:00
16Xavier Jouvelet - Oeuf En Clock 2:00
17Lou Blic - Mineralite 2:00
18Steve Beresford - Comfortable Gestures 2:00
19Bill Nelson's Orchestra Arcana - The Whole City Between Us 2:00
20Harte 10 - Happy New Year 2:00
21Monica Rypma - Hey, Where You Goin! 2:00

Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop From Europe, 1980-1991 is the second multiple artist compilation on Music From Memory and is compiled by record connoisseur Raphael Top-Secret and label man Jamie Tiller. The compilation brings together twenty one tracks from across the continent; exploring the more unusual and unexpected sides of Pop music produced during that period.

Drawing material from cult experimental artists such as Steve Beresford, Brenda Ray and Bill Nelson alongside one-off independent musical projects rescued from the fringes, ’Uneven Paths’ focuses on a selection of tracks that go beyond the confines of mainstream pop music but which also transcend expectations of much of the ’experimental’ music of the time. This is music with one foot in the avant-garde and another foot firmly rooted within the sensibilities of Pop; where Jazz musicians detour into Synth-Pop, Punk bands break into Boogie jams, and student doctors jam out on odd melodies with synthesizers and drum machines during their night shifts.