The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - A Retrospective

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The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - A Retrospective is a 2008 album of music from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

It is interesting because it contains Phil Young's Science and Industry from which Delia's Arabic Science and Industry took inspiration, and publishes for the first time a second piece of music by Delia for the programme Time On Our Hands: some incidental music here called "City Music".

Sadly, it also includes Mark Ayres' "stereo remix" of Dance from Noah, with the rhythm track from a different work alone blasting out at the start.

Track list

of works by Delia (from

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