Various Artists
Behind The Wall - The Record
Spittle Records
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1Frank Bretschneider – Lalentanz 3:11
2Ornament Und Verbrechen – Ant Age Art 3:41
3DieArt – Endlos 4:05
4Die Vision – Unknown Land 3:02
5Die Vision (Komakino) – Stories Of Old 3:02
6The Real Deal – Dying In Tears 2:49
7Rosengarten – Holy Money 3:03
8The Local Moon – Final Charity 6:42
9The Local Moon – Calling Me Home 2:38
10Kriminelle Tanzkapelle – ACLP 4:30
11Stein Im Brett – Archäopterix 4:28
12Der Expander Des Fortschritts – Wasserstände Und Tauchtiefen 5:51
13Der Expander Des Fortschritts – Schwindsucht Und Voll Mond Am Ende 4:18
14Tom Terror Und Das Beil – Marlene Dietrich 8:28
15Reinhard Lakomy – Die Gotischen Narren 9:31

Life behind the Berlin Wall, before the fall. Once there was DDR (Deutsche Demokratische Republik), otherwise known as East Germany. Verging on the ruins of the 2nd world war, in the fog of the socialist utopia, there was a widespread scene fighting against corporations and restrictions. Die neuen Bands, that was the manifesto, a number of small alternative bands facing the efforts of the post-punk (and even post-industrial) revolution. This was happening right after the English new wave or the Neue Deutsche Welle (the western counterpart). A musical resistance, a counterculture, spreading all over the country the clandestine way. An enduring dangerous strategy that brought to life many artistic figures, way ahead of their time. Such is the case of Frank Bretschneider (Stein im Brett, Kriminelle Tanzkapelle) still one of the most prolific glitch producers (founder of the influential imprint Rastermusic), Ornament & Verbrechen the east-Berlin combo run by brothers Ronald e Robert Lippok (To Rococo Rot) and Reinhard Lakomy a true innovator in the vein of Klaus Schulze. The ghost of an era, a social turmoil that eventually had an impact on our daily routine.