O.R.D.U.C.

One-o-seventh Royal Dutch Underground Company

Also known as Orduc
Members of O.R.D.U.C.: A. D. Eker, Berry Rikkerink, Hans Paus, Louis Schreur, Martin Selen, Nico Selen, Peer Saer
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.orduc.com, http://www.motok.org/orduc/

Discography of O.R.D.U.C.:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pink & Purple 15 Audio 1981 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
2 Bonus Tracks 6 Audio 1998-05-30 Feedback Records
3 Pre Pink & Purple 12 Audio 1981-02-00 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
4 Fast Forward Special Sampler Cassette 7 Audio 1981-09-00 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
5 New Cubism 4 Audio 1981-10-00 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
6 Pink & Purple 15 Audio 1981 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
7 Auto 3 Audio 2009-08-29 Motok
8 Iron Jubilee 6 Audio 2010-04-19 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
9 Pink & Purple 15 Audio 1981 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
10 D-Train 5 Audio 1988-12-00 Motok
11 Do 8 Audio 2010-09-13 Motok
12 Iron Jubilee 6 Audio 2010-11-13 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
13 Help 2 Audio 2011-10-11 Motok
14 Fragments 4 Audio 2011 Motok
15 Ruby Jubilee 13 Audio 2011-10-13 Motok
16 The Beatear 9 Audio 1984 New Bulwark Records & Tapes
17 Fragments 4 Audio 2011 Motok
18 Alien-Train 2 Audio 2011-11-11 Motok
19 Alien-Train & Do 12 Audio 2011-11-11


O.R.D.U.C. started as a project for experimental music. Gradually the music chanced to minimal-pop.

In 1980 it got ‘worldfamous’ through the release of “Crazy Computer” on the EP “17 To 7 On 33”, by Plurex. April 1981 followed the album “Pink & Purple”. Later that year “Fast Foreward” and “New Cubism" were released. “The Beatear” (1984), “D-Train” (1988), “Bonus-Tracks (1998) and some tracks on compilation-albums were released. In 2009 was the album "107" released.

In 2011 O.R.D.U.C. celebrated its 40 year jubilee, with the compilation LP "Ruby Jubilee".


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