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O.R.D.U.C.

O.R.D.U.C.

O.R.D.U.C.


O.R.D.U.C. (One-o-seventh Royal Dutch Underground Company) was founded in 1971. At first O.R.D.U.C. was a band wich wanted to play a mixture of Frank Zappa’s and Pink Floyd’s music from the late sixties. But after the initial members had left, the founder turned it into a project for experimental music. Gradually the music chanced to minimal-pop. In 1980 O.R.D.U.C. recorded the track “Crazy Computer”, the first release on vinyl. A half year later, may 1981, the LP “Pink & Purple” was released. Read more on Last.fm
O.R.D.U.C. (One-o-seventh Royal Dutch Underground Company) was founded in 1971. At first O.R.D.U.C. was a band wich wanted to play a mixture of Frank Zappa’s and Pink Floyd’s music from the late sixties.

But after the initial members had left, the founder turned it into a project for experimental music. Gradually the music chanced to minimal-pop. In 1980 O.R.D.U.C. recorded the track “Crazy Computer”, the first release on vinyl. A half year later, may 1981, the LP “Pink & Purple” was released.

After that several albums followed such as "Fast Forward" (1981), the famous “New Cubism” (1981), “The Beatear” (1984) and “D-Train” (1986). Some tracks were released on compilation-albums. In 1998 the mini-album "Bonus-Tracks" was released on a 8-inch EP, through Feedback Records. O.R.D.U.C. is still active and preparing several new albums and a live-show. On the photo you can see O.R.D.U.C.

during a break from the recording sessions for the "Pink & Purple" album, March 1981, in Zwolle, the Netherlands. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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