Release date: 1978, 2005
Genre: Dance, Electronic
The classic debut album by Gina X Performance, first released on Crystal Records in 1979 and now digitally remastered with 4 bonus tracks.
Produced by Zeus B. Held and Martin Homberg, this seminal electro/disco/wave album features influential singles No G.D.M. and Nice Mover, as well as the original version of Do It Yourself.
CD booklet replicates the artwork from the original vinyl release, plus detailed liner notes.
1. Nice Mover
2. No G.D.M.
3. Plastic Surprise Box
5. Be a Boy
7. Black Sheep
8. Tropical Comic Strip
9. No G.D.M. (Berlin 1992 Mix)
10. Nice Mover (7" edit)
11. No G.D.M. (7" edit)
12. Homage â B.B.
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