Informatics- Dezinformatsiya 7”

I have a few requests to tackle over the next few weeks (including some Malaria and some of the bands featured previously on the Oh Harry, You’re Such a Drag! compilation), but first, here’s a quick 4 song 7” EP for your persual from Australian minimal synth band Informatics, who existed for a brief period in the early 1980s.

The band would only release two singles throughout their brief career, both which though released three years apart, seem to contain the same tracks. However, a CD-R collecting previously recorded tracks as well as a slew unreleased material appeared in 2002. Without any further ado, here’s the information for the Informatics debut 7”, released in 1982:

Informatics- Dezinformatsiya 7”
1. What a World
2. Hungry Pets
3. Proximity Switch (Accidents in Paradise)
4. Satellite to Russia

DOWNLOAD LINK REMOVED:  please purchase the official Informatics reissue via Dark Entries records!

In the Garden of Euterpe
, the aforementioned 2002 compilation of Informatics tracks, is still available on CD-R through the band’s website, so if you dig these four tunes, be sure to upgrade to an official copy by clicking the link below!

purchase In the Garden of Euterpe

4 Responses to “Informatics- Dezinformatsiya 7””

  1. Anonymous Says:

    How about posting the small amount of material put out by inertia? 🙂

  2. frankie teardrop Says:

    i have never been able to find their third and final 7”, tempus destruendi… however, you can get their previous two 7” records on mutant sounds and last days of man on earth respectively. once i track down that third one i will zip all three together!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I dont think I have heard that one either.Hmmm… Hopefully you’ll find it. I really want to hear the Last man on europe lp- Tales from the ark. I don’t think it is going to happen.Consequently also, I know of many people hunting down the “lost in the fire” 7 by PEyr too. I guess that is impossible to find too.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    move to the rhythm, dance to a dangerous beat


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