Geometrik presents the first vinyl edition of Esplendor Geométrico’s Nador, originally released by Dirk Ivens’ Daft Records on CD in 1995. Fans of Esplendor Geométrico have been waiting eagerly for this reissue of Nador, a collection of alternate takes and otherwise unreleased tracks recorded in 1988 and ’89, one of the duo’s best creative periods. Includes tracks recorded in the Sheikh Aljama (GR 2116CD/GR 2131LP) and Arispejal Astisar=C3=B3 (GR 2117CD/GR 2132LP) period, an especially interesting time when the unique and characteristic rhythmic-industrial EG style, developed throughout the ’80s, turned more minimalistic, schematic, cold, and rough, with sporadic influences from Arabic music and rhythms. Minimalist structures in a strikingly modern approach. This edition includes an LP with the first seven tracks from the original CD and a 7″ with the original CD’s final two tracks. Remastered in 2014 by Alek Stark at Fundamental Audio.