Album artwork for From The Tearooms Of Mars…To The Hell Holes Of Uranus by Landscape

Limited edition single LP re-issue of the ground-breaking second album by electronic music pioneers Landscape. Remastered for the first time and pressed on natural coloured vinyl for RSD. Includes inner sheet containing full lyrics and a new sleevenote by Classic Pop founder Ian Peel. Landscape is best known for the innovative electro-pop of ‘Einstein a Go-Go’ and ‘Norman Bates’ (both included on this LP), which were made into memorable videos. Formed in London, the band toured constantly during the late 1970s, playing jazz, punk and rock venues and releasing indie EPs. With the Tea-Rooms LP, the group pioneered electronic music production, using computers, electronic drums and synthesisers to make influential recordings in the emerging genre of synthpop.

Landscape

From The Tearooms Of Mars…To The Hell Holes Of Uranus

Cooking Vinyl
Album artwork for From The Tearooms Of Mars…To The Hell Holes Of Uranus by Landscape
LP

£27.99

140 Gram Vinyl

Natural

Limited to 1000 copies
Released 22/04/2023Catalogue Number

COOKLP834

Landscape

From The Tearooms Of Mars…To The Hell Holes Of Uranus

Cooking Vinyl
Album artwork for From The Tearooms Of Mars…To The Hell Holes Of Uranus by Landscape
LP

£27.99

140 Gram Vinyl

Natural

Limited to 1000 copies
Released 22/04/2023Catalogue Number

COOKLP834

Limited edition single LP re-issue of the ground-breaking second album by electronic music pioneers Landscape. Remastered for the first time and pressed on natural coloured vinyl for RSD. Includes inner sheet containing full lyrics and a new sleevenote by Classic Pop founder Ian Peel. Landscape is best known for the innovative electro-pop of ‘Einstein a Go-Go’ and ‘Norman Bates’ (both included on this LP), which were made into memorable videos. Formed in London, the band toured constantly during the late 1970s, playing jazz, punk and rock venues and releasing indie EPs. With the Tea-Rooms LP, the group pioneered electronic music production, using computers, electronic drums and synthesisers to make influential recordings in the emerging genre of synthpop.