From Christopher Miller Sent Wed, Oct 29th 1997, 12:59
On Fri, 24 Oct 1997 GD <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Uwe Schmidt (Atom Heart) was supposedly working on an album of covers > (David Bowie? and other pop artists), but I don't think that ever came > to fruition. Or perhaps it just hasn't been released yet. I don't know about any David Bowie cover, but it was LASSIGUE BENDTHAUS (another one of Uwe Schmidt's many many aliases), and the name of the album is to be "Pop Artificielle". It's still not out yet, and we've been waiting forever for it to be released. Supposedly Uwe is polishing up the end product right now as we speak so it can be shipped off to the Kk label. Here's a bit more info: On Mon, 13 Jan 1997 Will Perez <email@example.com> forwarded to the AH-list: > Atom Heart aka Lassigue Bendthaus Pop Artificielle KK Bel CD/LP > now due Feb "An album of 10 mutated pop classics" including James > Brown's "Superbad", David Bowie's "Ashes To Ashes", Robert Palmer's > "You Are In My System", Ryuichi Sakamoto's "Thatness & Thereness" and > something from ABC I can't find the other post, but there's also supposed to be a cover of the PRINCE song, "The Future". And on Sat, 1 Mar 1997 Hal Vx2 <firstname.lastname@example.org> posted to the AH-list: > As far as the new album, this is what Uwe told me... > > "Music is just happening briefly. Some remixes here and there, some > compilations and bits and pieces. Since my studio is already taken > apart my plan is to start working beginning of April in Santiago again. > On the top of the list is still >pop artificielle< which i hope to > complete pretty fast. let's see." Myself, I e-mailed Kk Records within the past month or so asking when its planned release date was and they responded saying that there wasn't anything set. We'll see I guess. elleicifitra. .`-). christopher miller o o.' email@example.com == '