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Keyboards Affair - Tubular Bells album mp3

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A Tubular Bells
Written-By – M. Oldfield*
B Commando
Written-By – M. Flores*, R. Rossi*, S. Poggi*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polygram Dischi S.p.A.
  • Copyright (c) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Distributed By – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Published By – Camomilla
  • Published By – Virgin
  • Pressed By – PRS Hannover
  • Printed By – PRS Hannover


  • Arranged By – Roberto Rossi
  • Engineer [Sound] – Bruno Malasoma
  • Producer – Sergio Poggi


Published by Virgin (track A), Camomilla (track B)

℗ 1983 Polygram Dischi S.p.A., Milano
© 1983 Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft mbH, Hamburg
Aus dem Hause Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft mbH
Made in West Germany
Printed in West Germany

Tubular Bells is pressed by Sonopress.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42281 52731 9
  • Label Code: LC 0309
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 815 273 - 1 S 1 320
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 815 273 - 1 S 2 320
  • Other (Embossed stamp on back cover): PRS Hannover
  • Other (Price code): Y

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
815 273-1 Keyboards Affair Tubolar Bells ‎(12") Polydor, Polygram Dischi S.p.A. 815 273-1 Italy 1983
815 273-7 Keyboards Affair Tubolar Bells ‎(7") Polydor 815 273-7 Italy 1983
PDS 2242 Keyboards Affair Tubular Bells ‎(7") Polydor PDS 2242 Canada 1983
815 273-1 Keyboards Affair Tubular Bells ‎(12", Maxi, RP, Son) Polydor 815 273-1 Germany 1990
815 273-7 Keyboards Affair Tubular Bells / Commando ‎(7") Polydor 815 273-7 France 1983

Keyboards Affair - Tubular Bells album mp3
Performer: Keyboards Affair
Genre: Electronic
Title: Tubular Bells
Country: Italy
Released: 1983
Style: Italo-Disco, Synth-pop
MP3 version ZIP size: 1876 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1569 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 698
Other Formats: AA MP4 MP1 AUD ASF MOD MP2

I still remember the effect this version had on me in 1983! I would say it marked me a little.
Although many ppl would agree to differ IMO this is a splendid version of the mike oldfield classic ,it uses all the elements very well and is not just a tacky remix of a timeless classic ,the way the instruments build in this release is excellent (he even credits and pays homage to mike oldfield in part of the record) also ... as the story goes mike oldfield wasn't too happy about this being released and due to him kicking up a stink many of the copies were destroyed.All in all this is a highly recommended release
Well, I've been looking for this version since... well, 1983 and found it tonight. 2018 will be a good year for me I guess. I just made an edit on the Tubular Bells Wikipedia page. I could've found Keyboards Affair much sooner if it would've been there. I just hope Mike won't come bashing here and there some more. If it can make him feel better, I would've never, well, probably never, known about his work if Keyboards Affair didn't install this ear worm in me when I was a kid! Still, were these versions authorized? Polydor wasn't exactly a bunch of pirates (well, what do I really know? o.O). This is not a cover, it is a tribute. Maybe he was upset he did not make such a version. Imagine Pink Floyd and Genesis going around bashing tribute bands. Cheers!