Author Topic: А. Родионов & Б. Тихомиров ‎ Пульс 1. Музыкальн  (Read 10521 times)

FictionOfColours

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Thanks to a few users mislabeling this under 'library music' on Rateyourmusic, this was what I thought was the first library record I heard in full. The whole exercise theme of it along with it coming out in 1985, etc. had me interested, so I gave it a listen on Spotify and quite liked it. It took me awhile to give library a closer look - a year and a half later was when I made my 80s library lists - but this, a non library album of all things at that, is what initially piqued my interest. And I have to say, it sounds quite a bit like some of the other electronic/pop style library records in the 80's - so I'm sure at least a few of you may enjoy it.

It actually has one of those full-album videos on Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0F8ZOyIWZQ4

The album is part of a series of sort themed mostly around exercise. I remember liking most of what's on this second volume, which also happens to have one of these videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epgjZVFn1BE


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Boy, these really do capture that 80s sound. Thanks for sharing, Fiction.
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Well, it was 1985, the middle-most year of the 80s. I know that the first volume uses a lot of TR-909, a very famous unit that became much more wider-used later in the 80s and into the 90s w/ house music. Pretty sure the second vol. uses a Yamaha drum machine although it escapes me which one.