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Limited 180 gram vinyl LP pressing in Tip-On jacket featuring original artwork. Second album from the groundbreaking and influential art-rock/new wave outfit produced by Gilles Martin and Peter Principle (Tuxedomoon). Originally from Tel-Aviv, Minimal Compact emerged into the European new-wave scene after relocating to Amsterdam in the early eighties. Their first self-titled 12" released in 1981 (and produced by Dick Polack of Mecano fame with Marc Hollander aka Aksak Maboul and founder of Crammed Records) was a refreshing take on contemporary new wave and post-punk. First Impression was reached, but breakthrough was made a year later with their debut full-length, One By One, also produced by Polack and Hollander, and exploring a distinguished Middle-Eastern sonic flavor with an angular and poignant guitar sound intersecting with hazy vocals, mostly notable on such tracks as "Babylonian Tower" and "Orkha Bamidbar (The Wandering Song)".