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Icons Of Sci​-​Fi

by Pharagonesia

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    Recently found 2 last copies of the original 15 track cassette from 1994. The sound quality isn't as bright as on Third Kind releases but it's still enjoyable lo-fi listening. C90 with fold-out artwork.

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Pilgrim 05:56
Icon 03:47
L.A. Cop 04:58
Enomorph 04:28
Flower '99 06:08
Space Horror 07:27


Released in 1994. This was the first Entropy Music release - a limited run of 100 C90 cassettes. The 9 digital tracks here are the complete 1999 remasters for a planned CD release, whereas the actual cassette contained a further 6 tracks - downloads of which can be found here

"ICONS OF SCI-FI Recorded between May 1993 and July 1994. All compositions by Nicholas Langley and David Dilliway, all rights reserved.

PHARAGONESIA are David Dilliway: guitars, keyboards. Nick Langley: keyboards, percussion. Bass guitar on 'Step Inside' by Mark O'Boyle. Harmonica on 'Primitive' by Kevin Nicholson. 'Exhibition' recorded at Canterbury Christ Church College RFTV Studio.

'Is There Life On Mars?', 'Space Horror, 'Exhibition', 'Primitive', 'Return Of The Master' and 'Step Inside' are recorded live improvisations - strictly no overdubs!

THANKS TO: Kev for the documentary, star harmonica playing and 'Entropy', Paul Vanzeebroek for technical advice and generous co-operation, Lawrence Wilson for his support, and to all our friends for taking an interest in, and listening to the music.

THANKS TOO: Jean 'Moebius' Giraud, Joe Meek and Rod Freeman, George Lucas and Walter Murch, Miss Wong the announcer, Ridley Scott, John Boorman, Tom Baker, Gustav Mahler and to Michael J De Faubert Maunder for his image of the spiral galaxy NGC 1097

Mixed at 30 Sussex Avenue, Canterbury"


released November 28, 2018


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Nicholas Langley Brighton, UK

Nicholas Langley solo albums and collaborations. Releases from various labels including Langley's current label Third Kind Records and its predecessor Entropy Music.

Further collaborations with The Vitamin B12 (‘NEDITS 1-12’) and David Dilliway (Cosmonauttransfer) can be found on these links ⬇️
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