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Electronic System

For electronic circuits and components, see Electronic Systems.

Electronic System is a Belgian synthesizer group (by Dan Lacksman, also known from Telex).

Disco Machine is an album of seven original compositions from Dan Lacksman, who’s better known as being part of the group, TELEX. This material was first recorded in 1977. [1]


  1. ^ "Electronic system Disco Machine". 

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