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Von LMO: Future Language (Flemish Masters)

The 1981 debut studio album of Von LMO, released independently in 1981 through his label StraZar, dedicated to the advancement of the United States space program, described by music journalist Chuck Eddy as being one of the 500 best albums of heavy metal in his Stairway to Hell book, here in the Flemish Masters edition with the track "Shake, Rattle and Roll".
 

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Label: Flemish Masters
Catalog ID: fm 001
Squidco Product Code: 29364

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2020
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded in Space, in 1981.


Personnel:

Von LMO-electronic guitar, leave vocals, special effects

Juno Saturn-electronic saxophone, backup vocals

Bobby Ryan-drums

Mike Gee-electronic guitar

George Matthewson-bass guitar

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track listing:


1. Future Language 4:21

2. Crash Landing 88 3:48

3. Outside Of Time 2:48

4. This Is Pop Rock 2:47

5. Leave Your Body 5:06

6. Ultra Violet Light 4:29

7. Give Us Strength 2:28

8. Fire Eyes 2:59

9. Radio World 4:40

10. Be Yourself 4:16

11. Shake, Rattle and Roll 8:34
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"Future Language is the debut studio album of Von LMO, released independently in 1981 through his label StraZar. It is dedicated to the advancement of the United States space program. After a performance at Max's Kansas City in November, Von LMO disappeared from the music scene until 1991.

The song "Leave Your Body" was written in 1979 for an acquaintance of LMO's who had intended to commit suicide. VMO explained, "I tried to help her by telling her that she's going to leave her body, get out of that present state, and just find herself." Five of the album's tracks were previously recorded in 1979 at Skyline Studios, with those sessions appearing on Von LMO's 1994 album Cosmic Interception.

Music journalist Chuck Eddy named Future Language as being one of the 500 best albums of heavy metal in his Stairway to Hell book, listing it at No. 347. He would later praise Saturn's saxophone playing and LMO's ability as a front-man in an issue of Spin.

In 2000, it was issued by Flemish Masters on CD and included the track "Shake, Rattle and Roll" as bonus content. The album was included in its entirety on the Tranceformer (Future Language 2.001) compilation released in 2003."-Wikipedia

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