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Last updated 2009-08-26

More new releases from the notorious one?

New Recordings
In April and May O.R.D.U.C. has recorded two new songs. One of them "Fragments (Light-Dub)" you can hear on the official O.R.D.U.C. MySpace site.

On June the 13th O.R.D.U.C. started recordings for a new album.

80-ties compilation
O.R.D.U.C. is preparing a compilation LP from the 80-ties. Most tracks on that album are only released on cassette or unreleased. This LP will be released by the label Enfant Terrible.

Studio Live 1982
Recently Motok has re-discoverd four previously unreleased tracks by O.R.D.U.C., wich were recorded alive in the New Bulwark Studio, in 1982. They are preparing these tracks to be released on an LP.

Decadent Remixes
From october the 21st till 26th 2004, 5 remixes and 2 edits are made from the song Decadent by O.R.D.U.C.. These tracks might be released together with the two original versions and a dub-version from the early 90-ties.

Who are these people?

Who are these people?

But ....
what is O.R.D.U.C.?

O.R.D.U.C. was founded in 1971 and is an abbreviation from:
One-o-seventh Royal Dutch Underground Company.
O.R.D.U.C. started as a band and went soon into a project for experimental music. Gradually the music chanced to minimal-pop.

Sometimes the name O.R.D.U.C. wrongfully is written as ORDUC or even Orduc. Partly this is caused by the design from the first LP "Pink & Purple". On its sleeve and labels is the name O.R.D.U.C. also depicted as a logo, consisting of the letters O R D U C, with an outline under an angle from 30 degrees.

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 the future you can expect more releases from O.R.D.U.C..