Hearing this album again, was such a blast from the past. For those of you not familiar with this album or time period, there was a dispute back then, on exactly who recorded the first "digital album". Moroder's E=MC2 was marketed by Casablanca Records (now known as Polygram) as the First Electronic Live to Digital Recording. Ry Cooder also claims to have released the first digital recording. Ditto for Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" release. The music here is dated, but for those of us who bought it when it was current, it's great to revisit these old tracks. It contains the original album, plus two additional cuts (which aren't all that great). I always thought that Moroder had female singers on this LP, and was surprised to learn that all the falsetto vocals on this album, were done by him (Either naturally, or electronically aided). Again, a guilty pleasure to hear this material again, on an album that has been near impossible to find on CD previously. It was originally released on Moroder's "Oasis" label, and distributed by Casablanca in the US. It has finally been re-released by a German label "Repertoire". Definitely recommended for Giorgio fans. He truly is the Godfather of electronic music. Every time you listen to electronic dance, techno, trance and ambient music - remember Giorgio started it all in the mid 70's, along with other bands such as Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream.