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A Number Of Names - Skitso / Sharevari album download
Electro, Disco
  • Performer:
    A Number Of Names
  • Title:
    Skitso / Sharevari
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Electro, Disco
  • Date of release:
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  • Size FLAC version
    1845 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1275 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1446 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    699
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Find the song lyrics for A Number Of Names - Top Tracks. A Number Of Names - Skitso (You're My Friend) (1982).

A Number of Names was the short-lived group responsible for one of the first techno releases that came from Detroit. In 1981, high schoolers Paul Lesley and Sterling Jones decided to finalize their long-brewing plans to form a music group.

Tracklist

Skitso (You're My Friend) (Short Vocal Version) 6:18
Sharevari (Vocal Version) 5:45
Skitso (Long Vocal Version) 7:41
Sharevari (Instrumental Version) 6:10

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
QRFC 027 A Number Of Names Skitso / Sharevari ‎(12") Quality, RFC Records QRFC 027 Canada 1982
QRFC 7027 A Number Of Names Sharevari / Skitso ‎(7") Quality, RFC Records QRFC 7027 Canada 1982
QRFC 027 A Number Of Names Skitso / Sharevari ‎(12") Quality, RFC Records QRFC 027 Canada 1982
QRFC 7027 A Number Of Names Skitso / Sharevari ‎(7", Promo) Quality, RFC Records QRFC 7027 Canada 1982



Honeirsil
The Grey Label on Quality is out there, if you got it hold on to it.
Talvinl
I have that one. Was wondering about it. Thx.
Yahm
Juan Atkins states that Sharevari came after the second Cybotron single. Given his output and lasting influence I'm inclined to believe him.Search for "bleep43" with "Juan Atkins Interview" for the full rundown (in part two of said interview).Skitso sounds a bit like the Talking Heads jammed with the Cars, but while funny it isn't particularly groundbreaking.
Helo
The discussion about the first Techno track is pretty much pointless. You people will find a lot of proto-Techno between 1981 and 1986. Not only from Detroit but also from the UK, Germany, Chicago, and possibly Australia. Techno has different roots in different cities/countries. It didn't start in Detroit with Model 500's "No UFOs". Even CTI's "Elemental 7" predates the so-called "first Detroit Techno" track. And "Alleys of Your Mind" has not much to do with it. It's more like an Ultravox rip-off.
Shan
A document was found in tthe files of the record mastering place that did most of the indie masters in the Midwest; it actually had the first Alleys of Your Mind test pressings done in June 1981, months ahead of relese of Sharevari. History is ultimately written by victors, and no one can dispute Atkins's lasting legacy.
WinDImmortaL
right because always arrogant prince atkins would have no reason to lie. anyway, this is italo disco not techno. and the early cybotron music was kraftwerk-imitating electro. i never saw the sense in referring to sharevari nor early cybotron as "techno".
OCARO
No one ever talks about "Skitso" but it's a good track too. I can't think of much it sounds like, but the best description would be funk-new wave-disco, totally different than "Sharevari", picked my copy up online for $2.50 about ten years ago as a 15 year eager to buy any classic electronic music I could, how lucky was I, I still play the vinyl, "Sharevari" is one of the songs that fits every mood, and setting, so perfect it can be played at anytime, I don't know about it's claim to be first techno record ever, as it sounds more like italo disco to me, but it doesn't matter, this one's priceless.
Tuliancel
amen to that! reckon it's better than sharivari personally. as you say, got an ace new wave vibe about it. sort of reminds me of the B-52's. would love a copy of this record!
Thozius
it sounds like the b-52's meets fabulous poodles "think pink" with synths