The name “First Futurologischer Congress” is the title of a book by the celebrated science Fiction writer Stanislaw Lem (author of such works as “Solaris”) whom the band were lucky enough to meet during his residence in Berlin.

“There are musical parallels with the Human League, Simple Minds, OMD, neo funk and new romanticism with nods to Wire and Pere Ubu from the constant use of electronics. Lyricially the direction lies somewhere between early Fehlfarben, Abwärts and DAF veering towards Ideal…what emerges is outstandingly produced pop music, And not for the 1st FC well travelled road to damnation in the manner of Einstürzende Neubauten,” Musikexpress 8/´82

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