1980 electro-pop masterpiece from Belgium's Finest!



€ 26,95
  • LP
Expected release
9 June 2023
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Release postponed to June 9th 2023 due to ongoing global vinyl production issues and shortages. We'll fulfill your orders as soon as possible.

Neurovision is Belgian electronic band Telex's second album, originally released in 1980.

Addicted to vocodered-English-as-a-foreign-language deadpans and rubber-duckie beats, Belgium’s faux-Kraftwerk entry just might be the cutest of them all, and certainly the most touching: Melancholy moments like “We Are All Getting Old,” “My Time,” and “A/B” (the best song ever about playing B-sides) match the Germans at their crisp-air “Neon Lights” loveliest.

Neurovision also has “Euro-Vision,” Telex’s subversive, almost-last-place meta-entry in the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest; “Dance to the Music,” a mechanized Sly Stone cover; and “Tour De France,” released three years before Kraftwerk’s bike-race tribute of the same name.



  • 1.We Are All Getting Old03:42
  • 2.My Time04:21
  • 3.Tour De France04:03
  • 4.Euro-Vision02:43
  • 5.Plus De Distance03:30


  • 1.Dance To The Music06:15
  • 2.Realite03:30
  • 3.Cliche00:44
  • 4.A/B03:18
  • 5.En Route Vers De Nouvelles Aventures04:23


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