Friday, March 26, 2010

Warning



Are you ready for some dark sided stuff?
Icy-yet-still-very-analog synths, we get a vocalist who sounds like he really wanted to be in a death metal band, but was kicked out for sounding too much like a satanic Cookie Monster. There's also an occasional disturbing female vocalist chiming in. [Dr. Schluss' Garage Of Psychedelic Obscurities]

Sounds like a bunch of silly cenobites on schrooms playing with synths with little sisters!

Its VERY freaky!

Warning - Warning Lp - 1982 - Germany



Get that here: WARNING

&

Warning- Electric Eyes Lp - 1983 - Germany



Get that here: EYES

Here's a taste..

WARNING - SOLDIER OF THE LIGHT



Hope u like

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22 comments:

stan said...

Thanks for the great blog!

TPA said...

awesome, just recently discovered warning in den haan's space mix on cosmicdisco.co.uk
thanks a bunch!

Chris Thoren said...

Great for this coming Halloween ;)

Roach said...

Thanks, funny stuff :)

Badenov said...

Welcome Back!!!!!!!!!!!!
I missed this blog very much.
Cheers!

gojira said...

NICE!!! I only had one of these

the saucer people said...

I came across the first album on a blog a few months ago and it just blew me away in its absolute derangement and ability to jump genres in a mirco-second. Its hard to believe it was recorded in 1982 and it is even harder to believe that the track "Why Can Bodies Fly" was a hit in Germany!

According to Discogs the song was a "One-Hit-Wonder" taken from the episode called "Peggy Hat Angst" from the German TV-Series "Tatort"!
Never heard of the TV series but it does feature on a couple of compilations and there is a video of the track on Youtube that is equally deranged! The track has been mixed differently and sounds slightly more 'commercial' than the album version (if anyone comes across the single version could they post it here)...Anyway, get ready for freakydeaky mutated Darth Vaders and a trio of mannequins:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85p88SZFtJY

Now ask yourself what type of TV series would a song like that feature in and secondly who thought it would make a hit single and thirdly, marvel at the fact it was a hit in Germany in 1982!

When I was first really getting into music back in the early 80s here in the UK, there was a brief period when German bands were "in" which was good for me as I went and saw bands like Malaria! & E.Neubauten and to be honest I am astonished "The Warning" did not come to UK press attention...I think they were to "out there" and definately ahead of the curve sonically speaking in the mix up of styles.

And now I discover they did another album.....joy joy joy!

Marco Ramirez said...

I still can't believe how incredible the music on your blog is. Add the rarity factor (not to mention the care you put on uploading everything). makes this an absolute joy to behold.

Thank you so much... for the time you've devoted over the past 3 years to this site.

I grew up in a single parent home in the 80's, nursing myself with my mother's moroder/summer records and good old new wave era MTV. This music is transporting me back to the roots of my love for synthesized sounds.

Access to the italian stuff in particular is making me giddy,

Kudos to you sir!

Marco Ramirez said...

I still can't believe how incredible the music on your blog is. Add the rarity factor (not to mention the care you put on uploading everything). makes this an absolute joy to behold.

Thank you so much... for the time you've devoted over the past 3 years to this site.

I grew up in a single parent home in the 80's, nursing myself with my mother's moroder/summer records and good old new wave era MTV. This music is transporting me back to the roots of my love for synthesized sounds.

Access to the italian stuff in particular is making me giddy,

Kudos to you sir!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I came across your blog while looking for Ti-tho. I downloaded the Chunx 7"/12" but it says there's a pswd needed and I'm not sure where to find it; please if you can let me know. Great works on here, thank you.

Anonymous said...

you've abandoned us :(

sleestak said...

I had no idea there was a second album. Awesome! Thanks!

Blueguru said...

Thanks for sharing the great music with us!

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V ! said...

Albino camel rising from the electrified byzantine dunes beating out to oasis with dark purple laser activated eyes!

Anyone?

Oozlum just layed one of its very first egg in the form of 'Reso-nation of charge' that is available here or
here

the saucer people said...

My gods, has it been over six months since the last Fantasmi Macchina post!?!

Hope you will eventually return, the blogging universe is a little less brighter without your presence...

Anonymous said...

Love this band, which has quickly soared onto my favourites list! Thanks for letting me in on this piece of classic music history! BTW, sounds just a little like some songes by an Australian band called "Vicious Hairy Mary". Thanks again, David.

Micke said...

Great stuff and a great blog! Keep it up!
Cheers from Micke in Stockholm

the saucer people said...

My gods, has it really been a year since the Fantasmi Macchina last fed us some weird delights....time flies...but aeroplanes crash..

Hope you are having fun on some wild tropical planet somewhere far far away ;)

kinoguide said...

thanks for sharing this great music

best regards

Günther

P.S.: I would be glad if you visited my film blog on kinoguide.net

Cresh Wainright said...

Just found your site-love it! The more obscure, the better! Warning, cant wait to hear this! Thanks a million! I'll sign on to rapidshare n re-visit your site all summer! You have great graphics! William in NY

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