Rossum Universal Tracks: Ebaum's Dreamland

SKU: 39853127
Rossum Universal Tracks: Ebaum's Dreamland

Rossum Universal Tracks: Ebaum's Dreamland

SKU: 39853127

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Title: Ebaum's Dreamland
Artist: Rossum Universal Tracks
Label: Lehult
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 4251648416050
Genre: Electronic

During the uprising in 2000, aided by the League of Humanity, two of Dr. Gall's advanced prototypes escape the Rossum Universal Robot factory and flee Earth on a decommissioned spacecraft. Travelling aimlessly through space, they begin to wonder what their new home would look like. They tell each other stories of planets with no humans to enslave them, no factories to go to - planets where fresh blue water runs through pink, sun kissed mountaintops. Perhaps it's fortunate then that these Robots can feel no time, have no sense of past and future... And by the time their ship touches down on Ebaum's Dreamland, who knows how many years have passed on Earth? Ebaum's Dreamland is the first Rossum Universal Tracks release. It features a remix by Julius Steinhoff, who first discovered the scrambled transmissions in his deep space observatory in the woods.


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