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  1. Cream of The Crate - Record #33: Krozier and The Generator

    "The somewhat stunned audience was attacked with everything from showers of smoke bombs and black lighted hurricanes to blinding flashes of magnesium lighting … giving one the impression that Crozier was the appetiser to a larger act – like the Apocalypse, for instance."(The Village Voice - New York)

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    This is number thirty three in the series of albums I'm featuring as part of an on-going retrospective of vinyl albums in my personal collection. The series is called, "Cream of The Crate", and they represent vinyl albums that I believe are of significant musical value, either because of their rarity, because they represent the ...
  2. Rainbow Generator Discography

    Rainbow Generator / The Generator /
    Krozier & The Generator / MoonRockers

    DISCOGRAPHY

    The list of recorded material is voluminous, however, the following is material released on vinyl and CD under the names Rainbow Generator, Krozier and the Generator or, The Generator. The non-electronic music is released under the name of the MoonRockers.

    All material is available for purchase and is prepared on demand, except for the vinyl which is in stock.

    Vinyl Releases

    1977 – Dance Of The Spheres (Fission-Chips label), by Rainbow Generator. Experimental electronic music featuring Damien Burnett – Didjeridu (track 3), Naomi Lego – Vocals (tracks 6 and 10), Tor Davis - Vocals (track
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    Updated 8th April 2013 at 07:41 PM by Mick Pacholli

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  3. RAINBOW GENERATOR (AKA The Generator)

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    RAINBOW GENERATOR(AKA The Generator)
    “The untold story of Australia’s first, and longest operating Experimental Electronic Group.”

    This is the story not just about what might be Australia’s first experimental electronic music group, but is also about the people associated with it, and the music that was produced over an amazing 36 year period.

    Rainbow Generator is the name of Australia’s first true experimental electronic music group. Consisting of David Labuschagne (nee Mow), who is colloquially known as Mojo, and myself, Rob Greaves who is also known as Ras. Over the years the group has had a number of other musicians join for various projects, but David and I were ...

    Updated 8th April 2013 at 07:38 PM by Mick Pacholli

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  4. Geoff Krozier – A Magik Story

    Geoff Krozier – A Magik Story



    “WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?
    I’VE BEEN SEARCHING FOR YOU.
    ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END
    AND HERE WE ARE AT THE BEGINNING.
    JOIN US IN OUR CRUSADE OF MERIT
    FOR THE LOVE OF LUST WE ARE BOUND TO INHERIT,
    THE EARTH,
    AS IT IS AND CHANGE IT INTO WHAT IT IS NOT.
    THIS IS OUR QUEST,
    THIS IS OUR LOT!”
    Geoff Krozier (1948 – 1981)

    Variously known as Jeff Crozier, Geoff Crozier and Geoff Krozier, his birth name was Geofrey Thomas Crozier. This extraordinary soul was bizarre, upfront, outspoken, incisive, energetic and electric. By profession he
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    Updated 20th May 2013 at 05:08 AM by Mick Pacholli

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