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Another ambitious, expensive, and limited (199 pcs) box set project from Electro Records, a concept collection of music for various well-known science fiction movies. The first part explores THX-1138, 2001, Blade Runner, The Thing, Akira, Terminator, Tron, and Metropolis with a set of front-line electro artists at the controls. Highly recommended if you're clinically insane with stacks of extra cash.
Second release in Electro Records' Abduction Files series, limited edition (139 pcs), vinyl only. Four slabs from N-Ter, label runner Alek Stark, Blackploid, and Sound Synthesis each + one V/A with tracks from Astrobee, N-Ter, Datawave, Foreign Sequence, T/Error, and Lowfish. Box set comes with a silicone patch for each record and a t-shirt, wrapped in a sheet of space blanket inside the box. Highly recommended for clinically insane electro fiends with a penchant for artificial scarcity and excess liquidity, available from the label's own shop.
A vinyl only limited edition (147 pcs) box set from various top-shelf electro artists like Zeta Reticula, Electro Nation (Thomas P. Heckmann), Noamm, Sound Synthesis and more. Comes with silicone patches signifying each record and a t-shirt, box contents wrapped in a sheet of space blanket. Relatively expensive, available from Electro Records' shop (slight discount if you join their Electro Club). Highly recommended for electro enthusiasts with pathological collecting and spending habits.