LeLu/Lu's were an early to late 80's electronic/synth-based project based around Deni (in the early 80's known as Yo-Yo and nowadays known as Timekode). In 1985 they released a fantastic 12 song tape on Unlikely Records (URT91) called "Operating on Specific Cues" which forms the basis of this 25 track 2 LP compilation release. While the tape is still rather unknown to fans of synth music, the three 7"s released from 1985-87 (on Alain Neffe's Insane Music as well as Possum and R&D Records), with the outstanding tracks "Spaceman Bassman", "Africa" and "Fragile Thing", are better known to the minimal synth/wave community and collectors of 80's wave and minimal synth vinyl. After Frank of VOD found a 7 song demo tape from 1982 and listened to the beautiful 12 song tape from 1985 he sent a request for a release to Deni. She checked her archive for more hidden treasures and found several more previously unreleased and superb synth-pop-tunes well worth being released and presented to a bigger audience of listeners and synth enthusiasts. In an early promo flyer they summarized themselves as follows: "Le Lulu'lu's are Yo-Yo & Pharaoh connected to a Porta-Studio. They specialize in Image Building, Demolition & Replacement, Programmability, Danceability, Listenability, Changeability. Computer Controlled Electronic Entertainment."
500 copies including individual certificate