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Synergy - Cords album

Synergy  - Cords album
Performer: Synergy
Title: Cords
Released: 1978
Country: US
Style: Experimental, Ambient
Genre: Electro
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 755
MP3 size: 1301 mb
FLAC size: 1694 mb


A1 On Presuming To Be Modern I 3:06
A2 Phobos And Deimos Go To Mars, Parts 1: Phobos, Part II: Deimois 7:14
A3 Sketches Of Mythical Beasts 3:32
A4 Disruption In World Communications 4:18
A5 On Presuming To Be Modern II 2:58
B1 A Small Collection Of Chords 1:25
B2 Full Moon Flyer 7:43
B3 Terra Incognita 3:50
B4 Trellis 3:38
B5 On Presuming To Be Modern III 3:25


Black Passport Label.
Made And Distributed By EMI Records Holland BV.
Made In Holland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Stemra

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PB 6000 Synergy Cords ‎(LP, Album, Tra) Passport Records PB 6000 US 1978
3CR 1003 Synergy Cords ‎(CD, Album) Third Contact 3CR 1003 US 1997
9167-6000 Synergy Cords ‎(LP, Album, Tra) Passport Records 9167-6000 Canada 1978
VP297CD Synergy Cords ‎(CD, Album, RE) Voiceprint VP297CD UK 2003
9167-6000 Synergy Cords ‎(LP, Album, Tra) Passport Records 9167-6000 Canada 1978

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Is Cords the best album by Synergy? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Cords by Synergy (1978) Overall rank: 63,519th. Accolades: Top albums of 1978 (641st). Top albums of the 1970s (6,344th). Best albums of all time (63,519th).

Fast's third Synergy album, Cords, states "Finally, guitars. 1976: Sequencer No 144 Billboard 200 (11 weeks). 1978: Cords No 146 Billboard 200 (6 weeks). Currently Fast is slowly developing a new Synergy album. This will be his first studio album consisting of new material in over twenty years.

Cords got started in the late summer of 1977. I was actually late in delivering my annual album for Passport Records, but I had some pretty good excuses. First of all, there had been Peter Gabriel's first solo album recorded in the fall of 1976 which had followed a spring and summer my of touring with Nektar. By the time that tour was over, and IGTB was released, then there was time to begin writing and recording a new Synergy album. Me, holding the modified Dan Armstrong plexiglas guitar that had the pickups for the digital pitch extractor at Russ Hamm's workbench, late 1977 or early 1978.

With their third album, Cords, Synergy began to repeat some of their ideas without expanding them greatly. There is still plenty of provocative, rewarding music on the album, but it doesn't quite match the freshness or brilliance of the first two records.

The first Synergy album usually gets the most acclaim; well deserved, too. But Cords shows a melodic maturity only hinted at on that initial album. And it is indeed melodies that sets Synergy apart from literally 95% of other '70s electronic artists - no confusing Synergy with Klaus Schulze or Tangerine Dream, that's for sure! Beautiful, sweeping and soaring compositions with clearcut beginnings, middles and endings.

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