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Connotations - Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - The Bridge (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Label: Expanded Music - EX 12 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic • Style: New Wave, Darkwave, Experimental Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - The Bridge (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(11).
  2. Originally recorded and released on Industrial Records in First issues pressed on a CD with white text on black body. Repressings from the mids have slightly altered artwork and are pressed with white text and a 3rd generation Mute "cube" logo on a silver disc with no body colour/5(56).
  3. Jul 01,  · Label: Industrial Records - IR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: New Wave, Experimental, Ambient Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - The Bridge (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  4. Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - “The Bridge” Industrial Records - UK One of my favorite late 70s Lp’s. Elements of Synth-Punk and moody ambient all on 1 album. “Scottish musicians Robert Rental (born Robert Donnachie) and Thomas Leer had each released an important indie single a year before this collaboration.
  5. Apr 03,  · The Bridge, an Album by Thomas Leer & Robert Rental. Released in September on Industrial (catalog no. IR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Minimal Synth. Featured peformers: Thomas Leer (synthesizer, writer), Steve Angel (aka_text {mastering engineer} role_id aka_text)/5(13).
  6. Jul 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - The Bridge at Discogs. Complete your Thomas Leer & Robert Rental collection/5().
  7. Jun 08,  · Thomas Leer needs no introduction. His album ''The Bridge'', recorded with Robert Rental,and released by Industrial Records in , is a classic of its genre. One year earlier, he put out his first solo single ''Private Plane'', a classic until today that was the blueprint of what was later to become synth pop/5(3).

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