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Electroshock Records

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Electroshock Records
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Russian recording label publishes works of composers experimenting in the style of serious electronic (not dancing styles), electroacoustic, experimental, and avant-garde music.
Releases on file (21)
Various — Electroacoustic Music Vol.1, Disc 1 - Russia 1997 Various — Electroacoustic Music Vol.1, Disc 1 - Russia 1997
(Electroshock Records ELCD 004, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Vol.1, Disc 2 Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Vol.1, Disc 2
(Electroshock Records ELCD 005, 1998, CD)
Edward Artemiev — The Odyssey Edward Artemiev — The Odyssey
(Electroshock Records ELCD 008, 1998, CD)
Edward  Artemiev — Solaris, The Mirror, Stalker Edward Artemiev — Solaris, The Mirror, Stalker
(Electroshock Records ELCD 012, 1979/1999, CD)
Edward  Artemiev — A Book of Impressions Edward Artemiev — A Book of Impressions
(Electroshock Records ELCD 018, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music #5 Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music #5
(Electroshock Records ELCD 013, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Volume VI Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Volume VI
(Electroshock Records ELCD 020, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Vol. VII Various Artists — Electroacoustic Music Vol. VII
(Electroshock Records ELCD 026, 2001, CD)
Artemiy Artemiev & Karda Estra  — Equilibrium Artemiy Artemiev & Karda Estra — Equilibrium
(Electroshock Records ELCD 031, 2002, CD)
Artemiy Artemiev & Peter Frohmader  — Transfiguration Artemiy Artemiev & Peter Frohmader — Transfiguration
(Electroshock Records ELCD 021, 2002, CD)
Edward  Artemiev — Three Odes Edward Artemiev — Three Odes
(Electroshock Records ELCD 030, 2002, CD)
Oöphoi — Bardo Oöphoi — Bardo
(Electroshock Records ELCD 024, 2002, CD)
Richard Bone — Indium Richard Bone — Indium
(Electroshock Records ELCD 033, 2003, CD)
Alexander Volodin — Reflection of Time Alexander Volodin — Reflection of Time
(Electroshock Records ELCD 043, 2004, CD)
Yney — Antarctina Yney — Antarctina
(Electroshock Records ELCD 041, 1999/2004, CD)
Alexander Volodin — Unfinished Journey Alexander Volodin — Unfinished Journey
(Electroshock Records ELCD 054, 2010, CD)
Yney — Micro Macro Yney — Micro Macro
(Electroshock Records ELCD060, 2010, CD)
Gary DiBenedetto — Twin Towers Gary DiBenedetto — Twin Towers
(Electroshock Records ELCD 051, 2010, CD)
Edward Artemiev — Invitation to Reminiscences Edward Artemiev — Invitation to Reminiscences
(Electroshock Records ELCD 057, 2010, CD)
J.C. Combs — Safe Passage J.C. Combs — Safe Passage
(Electroshock Records ELCD 053, 2010, CD)
Roman Stolyar — Missa Apocryph Roman Stolyar — Missa Apocryph
(Electroshock Records ELCD049, 2005/2010, CD)

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