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Repress. Digitally remastered edition of this album from this Electronic side project from Adrian Borland and Graham Bailey, founding members of guitar based Post-Punkers The Sound. Second Layer pioneered the use of drum machines and mixed machine-based soundscape with more human elements created a sound ahead of it's time. After releasing a couple of singles in 1979 and 1980 they released World of Rubber in 1981. a beautiful, hard and emotional record. It contained many of the same elements as the Sound, not much of a surprise considering the line-up, but the machine element gives it a very different sound.
Repress. Digitally remastered edition of this album from this Electronic side project from Adrian Borland and Graham Bailey, founding members of guitar based Post-Punkers The Sound. Second Layer pioneered the use of drum machines and mixed machine-based soundscape with more human elements created a sound ahead of it's time. After releasing a couple of singles in 1979 and 1980 they released World of Rubber in 1981. a beautiful, hard and emotional record. It contained many of the same elements as the Sound, not much of a surprise considering the line-up, but the machine element gives it a very different sound.
5013929139022

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED UK
Catalog: CDMRED390
Rel. Date: 05/12/2009
UPC: 5013929139022

World Of Rubber [Import]
Artist: Second Layer
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Repress. Digitally remastered edition of this album from this Electronic side project from Adrian Borland and Graham Bailey, founding members of guitar based Post-Punkers The Sound. Second Layer pioneered the use of drum machines and mixed machine-based soundscape with more human elements created a sound ahead of it's time. After releasing a couple of singles in 1979 and 1980 they released World of Rubber in 1981. a beautiful, hard and emotional record. It contained many of the same elements as the Sound, not much of a surprise considering the line-up, but the machine element gives it a very different sound.
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