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Performer: Trek With Quintronic
Title: Landing Plus
Style: New Wave, Power Pop, Synth-pop
Released: 2014
Country: Germany
Size MP3 version: 1279 mb
Size FLAC version: 1442 mb
Size WMA version: 1638 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 354
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Trek With Quintronic - Landing Plus mp3 flac

Trek With Quintronic Album: Trek W/ Quintronic 1981. Cheap for the Chance. Trek With Quintronic. INgrooves (от лица компании "Dark Entries Records").

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Be There Later On, 03:28. When I Was Young, 02:57. Wally and the Rich Kid, 03:18.

Landing Plus' compiles the complete discography of Trek with Quintronic on a double vinyl for the first time in over 30 years. All songs on the album are strictly electronic sounds, no piano or organ. Trek with Quintronic wrote songs with a powerful sound, myriads of compositional ideas, synthetic noises and catchy melodies. Paul’s rather unique vocals lie somewhere between David Bowie and Richard Butler of the Psychedelic Furs

Trek With Quintronic. Trek With Quintronic - When I Was Young 02:57. Trek With Quintronic - Wally and the Rich Kid 03:18. Trek With Quintronic - White Hoods 02:35. Trek With Quintronic - Cheap for the Chance 02:57. Trek With Quintronic - Zolian Space 05:22. Trek With Quintronic - Meet the Beat 06:32. Trek With Quintronic - Take It Off 03:27. Trek With Quintronic - All and All 05:02. Trek With Quintronic - Twin Forces 03:40. Trek With Quintronic - A Little Name 03:40. Trek With Quintronic - Landing 03:56. Trek With Quintronic - Be There Later On 03:28. Trek With Quintronic - Crusher 04:11

Trek With Quintronic ‎– Landing. Label: Bi Plane Records ‎– none. Producer – Chuck Madden, Trek With Quintronic. Written By – Paul Wilcox (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B2 tot B4). Recommendations.

In stock now for same day shipping. Trek With Quintronic are the duo of Paul Wilcox (Trek) and David Kane (Quintronic). Formed from the ashes of prog rock band Masque in 1979, they moved from Buffalo, NY to New Hope, PA with contacts in the Philadelphia music scene. They recorded two pioneering albums of unique electronic rock, "Landing" from 1980, and the self-titled follow-up "Trek With Quintronic" LP in 1981. Landing Plus" compiles the complete discography of Trek With Quintronic on a double vinyl for the first time in over 30 years

Landing Plus compiles the complete discography of Trek with Quintronic on a double vinyl for the first time in over 30 years. Paul’s rather unique vocals lie somewhere between David Bowie and Richard Butler of the Psychedelic Furs

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A1 You Might Be Lonely 4:16
A2 As We Sing
Written-By – David Kane
A3 Heaven Tonight
Backing Vocals – Karen LandtPercussion [Additional] – Michael Salamone
A4 Winners Don't Win 2:50
A5 You're Fired (Roy Boy) 3:13
B1 Meet The Beat
Backing Vocals – Karen LandtWritten-By – David Kane
B2 Landing 3:53
B3 Crusher 4:08
B4 All And All
Percussion [Additional] – Michael Salamone
C1 Take It Off 3:28
C2 Be There Later On 3:29
C3 Twin Forces
Written-By – David Kane
C4 Cheap For The Chance 2:57
C5 When I Was Young
Written-By – E. Burdon*
D1 White Hoods 2:35
D2 Wally And The Rich Kid 3:18
D3 Zolian Space 5:22
D4 Nursing Homes (Other Side Of Love Dove) 2:39
D5 A Little Name 3:40


  • Engineer – Chuck Madden
  • Executive-Producer – R.K. Chalk
  • Guitar, Vocals, Effects [Pedals] – Paul Wilcox
  • Keyboards, Percussion [Electronic], Piano, Effects [Pedals] – David Kane
  • Mixed By – Drew Smith (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Photography By – Chuck Madden
  • Producer – Chuck Madden, Trek With Quintronic
  • Written-By – Paul Wilcox (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B2 to B4, C1, C2, C4, D1 to D5)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ANNA 037.2012 Trek w/ Quintronic* Landing Plus ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Anna Logue Records ANNA 037.2012 Germany 2012

Look at that cover. This is fashion people.Pulling a lot of info from the Dark Entries website because there is little written about these homies. Trek with Quintronic was a couple of buddies from Buffalo who decided to quit prog cold turkey and ended up in Philly fiddling with drum machines and kicking a lot of ass. Both records are 100% fun; the first album 'Landing' is simultaneously more of a mess and the most original of the two sonically, while the 2nd eponymous album is more dialed in and probably the better record. On both albums vocalist Paul Wilcox attempts to make a claim to the throne of Bowie thru sheer force of will. Paul's Bowie impression (I am picturing not just an impression, but a full impersonation complete with kinetic eyebrows, thrown jaws, and lots of crooked smiling/grimacing but I cannot seem to find a live performance to back up my hypothesis... i do personally believe you can feel the hand gestures through the vocals) is a good one, although sometimes he sounds a little bit more like Butler from psych furs, and Butler was only ever trying to sound like Bowie, so yeah really we just have varying degrees of Bowie love here. That said, who doesn't love Bowie? There's not enough Bowie to go around, and if Bowie was a couple of frustrated, wistful romantics from Buffalo, he'd probably have turned up with these albums.While David Kane's totally rad drum machines and synths are the first thing you notice, I would think it should be noted that the songwriting itself is still rooted in prog pop, with plenty of renaissance faire flourishes in the melodies and chord changes. This is what made this duo such a wild and crazy couple of guys. For instance, If you told me "Meet the Beat" was Bowie doing vox on an early Genesis demo circa 'Selling England By the Pound', I would've been like "sounds about right.' On the first record 'Landing' especially Paul's guitar work on most songs sounds like sloppy interpretations of Zepp's "Dancing Days", tone included. Again, I'm paying a compliment here. I'm reading some reviewers, namely Mutant Sounds, referring to the sound as 'minimal', but I feel like these boys got a pretty lush wall of sound going. A little about this particular Dark Entries 2xLP reissue: great label here, one of the few trustworthy reissues labels around in these days of glut, when even Numero and Light in the Attic have begun to phone it in on some of their releases. The Dark Entries website claimed this was a gatefold 2xLP, but it wasn't, just a simple sleeve with two LPs and a couple of fun postcards. The sound is lo-fi, particularly on 'Landing', but I'm pretty sure these albums weren't recorded with Bob Ezrin at Abbey Road, so I feel like that is more the masters than Dark Entries. 4/5 We're here for the music, and the music is good. Thank you boys