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Shari Vari Remixes Double Ep. by A Number Of Names

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Shari Vari Remixes Double Ep.

A Number Of Names

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Album

Shari Vari Remixes Double Ep.

A Number Of Names

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Label: Puzzlebox Records
It all begins here. "Sharevari," from 1981, is acknowledged as the very first Detroit techno record (although Cybotron's "Cosmic Cars" appeared within a matter of weeks). It was a sound so new that even the band didn't have a name until the Electrifying Mojo dropped their demo on air and dubbed them A Number of Names on the spot. With a title inspired by a fashion-forward store in New York and a sound equal parts Motor City funk and sleek Eurodisco, A Number of Names nailed Detroit techno's futuristic, cosmopolitan sound with their first record. They recorded one more; they didn't need to.

About This Album

It all begins here. "Sharevari," from 1981, is acknowledged as the very first Detroit techno record (although Cybotron's "Cosmic Cars" appeared within a matter of weeks). It was a sound so new that even the band didn't have a name until the Electrifying Mojo dropped their demo on air and dubbed them A Number of Names on the spot. With a title inspired by a fashion-forward store in New York and a sound equal parts Motor City funk and sleek Eurodisco, A Number of Names nailed Detroit techno's futuristic, cosmopolitan sound with their first record. They recorded one more; they didn't need to.

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About This Album

It all begins here. "Sharevari," from 1981, is acknowledged as the very first Detroit techno record (although Cybotron's "Cosmic Cars" appeared within a matter of weeks). It was a sound so new that even the band didn't have a name until the Electrifying Mojo dropped their demo on air and dubbed them A Number of Names on the spot. With a title inspired by a fashion-forward store in New York and a sound equal parts Motor City funk and sleek Eurodisco, A Number of Names nailed Detroit techno's futuristic, cosmopolitan sound with their first record. They recorded one more; they didn't need to.