Trash X- Perestroika 12”

Just found this killer big-beat synthpop single – a playful two track 12” from Trash X, released in 1988. It’s the band’s only release, and was engineered by Ronny Schreinzer of The Twins.

It seems as if this particular release was a collaboration between several esteemed writers and producers, including David Heilmann (Wire, Depeche Mode) and H+N (Holger Flesch & Norbert Endlich). While it sounds of Russian origin, the single was actually recorded and released in Germany.

Not much more to be said about this one, so here’s the information:

Trash X- Perestroika 12”
1. Perestroika
2. Rigormortis Everywhere

*download it here* (RE-RIPPED 1.4.19)

2 Responses to “Trash X- Perestroika 12””

  1. David Heilmann and Depeche Mode? Hmmm…he engineered two remixes by Joseph Watt of what many fans consider to be one of the worst singles ("It's Called a Heart"). In other words, I hope Heilmann isn't introducing himself at parties by saying he worked with DM. 😉

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