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Twelve inch vinyl pressing. Despite the blatant "sound quote" of one of the most famous disco tracks ever, Andromeda makes full sense on it's own, turning into a space-disco monster, possibly the definitive dream version of the originally quoted track: the semi-electronic pounding layers of acid mono and poly synthesizers, a string section, slapped bass and a sick guitar, topped by a robotic Italian female singing with dreamy lyrics depicting the tales of an alien creature landing on our planet to save and take us to a blue planet called LOVE, makes the rest. The re-release of this track has been quite an adventure: discovered a few years ago by chance, the hunt for the original author of the track started soon after. It took close to five years to track down the rights owner and obtain the license for a legit pressing. Then, the original analog master tape was found, but it suffered from the "sticky shed syndrome", so it had to undergo a thorough cleaning and "tape baking" stage, to allow 24 bits digital dubbing of all the 24 tracks of the master. The quality of this step was guaranteed by renowed Italian tape transfer artisan Cesare Marchesini. The master lacquer has been manufactured by Roberto Barbolini - possibly among the world's best best- and the only Italian artisan still active in the cutting field, while the mastering stage was made by Pro Tools wizard Senio Corbini at Narada Studio in Siena, Italy.