Robert Gorl - Psycho - Remixes - Disko B - Clear Vinyl - Rare Techno 12"

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R Görl - Psycho (Remixes)

Label: Disko B
Catalog#: db 12
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: Germany
Released: 1993

Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Credits: Music By - DJ Good Groove , Kotai , R Görl
Remix, Producer - Richie
Notes: Clear vinyl. ( see our pic)
2.000 copies pressed (Source: Frontpage-Germany-Special, Summer 1994).

Vinyl is VG to VG+ with a few scuffs and some marks.
Comes in a plain black sleeve.


A1 Psychotrip (6:00)
A2 Psychodrive (6:00)

B1 Psychopat (6:30)
B2 Psychodrome (6:30)

Robert Gorl's first musical appearance was as a Trumpet player. At 12 years old Robert Gorl won a watch by playing "O Sole Mio" very well. About one year later Robert switched to Drums.

After 3 years of practising, Robert was introduced to the legendary drummer Freddy Brocksieper. Freddy Brocksieper agreed to teach Robert Gorl and a year later he suggested Robert to study drums on a State Base (Music-Conservatory). 1974-1976 Leopold Mozart Conservatory (Augsburg). First contact with Opera and Balletmusic.
1976-1978 Highschool for Music (Graz/Austria). Studies towards modern music and first live shows with several jazz ensembles in Austria.

Summer 1978: Robert took a break from all his studies and went to London. It was there he observed the Punk movement. "Punk gave me the right kick for my own musical developement" Robert went back to Germany and a very special and successful time for him and his music was about to come - he met Gabi Delgado at a Punk club called "Ratinger Hof" in Dusseldorf.

D.A.F. (Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft) was born: After a few live appearances in the Duesseldorf area, D.A.F. moved to England to "make it" - and it worked! Daniel Miller, of Mute Records produced the first D.A.F. single. Two years later D.A.F signed a major record deal with Virgin records.

D.A.F. produced six albums from end of 1978 - 1986.

The hardcore electronic sound combined with those provocative words became a topseller. D.A.F.: "Yes, we play with fire in our hands and we don´t like taboos". At the peak of their success, including two sold out European tours, D.A.F. split up.

ROBERT Gorl SOLO: Between the 5th and 6th D.A.F. album the act had a first - not final split - it was in 1984.

During this time Robert made his first solo album with Annie Lennox called "NIGHT FULL OF TENSION", which became quite a big seller in the U.S.

1985: Robert and Gaby got together again to produce the album "FIRST STEP TO HEAVEN" and the famous "BROTHERS" Maxi Single (a pre-house creation), but D.A.F. split up again.

The second solo start in 1986 was different. Robert left for Paris and retreated to a private world. No record company. No studio deal. No touring. No interviews. Just a small keyboard to keep in touch with music.

Summer 1992: After a return from Asia Robert met DJ Good Groove and Kotai and together with them Robert started again. The new platform: Disko B.

The result: Robert Gorls first release after seven years. PSYCHO EP 12" DB08 1993 / THERAPIE 2x12" DB23 1993 / (PSYCHO)THERAPIE CD DB23CD 1994

Now Robert performs at such places like Mayday, Ultraschall (Munich), and Save the Robots (New York)
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Format 12"
Label Disko B