Heldon were one of the quintessential European progressive groups of the 70s. Led by Richard Pinhas (and assorted backing guests), they released 7 albums from 1974 to 1979, all reissued in the early 90s by Cuneiform (inferior French editions can be found on Spalax). Pinhas went on to record a series of solo albums under his own name, also to be found on Cuneiform. Allez Teia was the second Heldon album from 1975 -- it features Pinhas's trademark instrumental sound: waves of distorted post-Frippian guitars, ARP synthesizer, VCS3, tapes and mellotron into monstrous swelling of Spinrad/Dick-influenced SF mania. Searing instrumental space music, bridging electronics and psychedelic guitar excess in unique and legendary fashion.