Universal Indicator 5 (Ultra-Violet)
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|Universal Indicator 5 (Ultra-Violet)|
|Studio album by Kosmik Kommando|
|Label||Beta Bodega BB03.5|
Universal Indicator 5 (Ultra-Violet) is an album produced by Mike Dred under the alias Kosmik Kommando. The music was recorded between 1990 and 1992 and finally released in 2001. The album title references the project Universal Indicator.
The album was packaged in a special ultraviolet-sensitive jacket that reveals the track names when viewed under ultraviolet light. The speed listed on it is 33 1/2 instead of the traditional 33 1/3.
- 802 (5:14)
- 803 (4:42)
- 804 (3:28)
- 805 (4:06)
- 806 (3:31)
- 807 (3:55)