Gina X Performance ‎– Nice Mover


Gina X Performance ‎
Nice Mover

Crystal – 064 CRY 45 129, Electrola ‎– 1C 064-45 129

No G.D.M. (Dedicated to Quentin Crisp)

Very cool Arthouse Electro-Disco made in Cologne, Germany. NO G.D.M. was also the first single release from this debut album by the electro pioneers Gina X Performance and as I heard it was a massive hit in the early 80’s neon lighted Synth-Pop, New Wave, club scene. Relaxed but crisp 111 BPM with Moog Synthesizer, ARP Sequencer and Vocoder action. The uninflected charismatic voice of Gina Kikoine on top made it sound slinky and very contemporary. And yes, the song was dedicated to Quentin Crisp the britisch writer and gay-icon.

This picture and more info about Gina X Performance you can find on the website of LTM Recordings:


A1 Nice Mover 4:30
A2 No G.D.M. (Dedicated to Quentin Crisp) 5:55
A3 Plastic Surprise Box 3:05
A4 Casablanca 5:35

B1 Be A Boy 4:00
B2 Exhibitionism 5:00
B3 Black Sheep 3:45
B4 Tropical Comic Strip 5:05

Gina X Performance

Gina Kikoine – Vocal Artist, Lyricist, Performer [Conception]
Zeus B. Held – Writer, Producer, Keyboards
Ralph Morgenstern – Backing Vocals
Hinrich Sickenberger – Backing Vocals, Drums
Lazlo Czigany – Drums


Art Direction, Photography By – Dieter Eikelpoth
Artwork [Artwork And Tintings], Typography – Ink Studios
Drums – László Czigány
Other [Make Up By] – Victoria Van Ayerst
Performer – Marcel Blanche, Ralph Morgenstern, Serge Turek
Producer, Keyboards – Zeus B. Held
Producer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Programmed By [Sequencer, Additionally] – Martin Hömberg
Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Heinz Trewer
Vocals [Additional], Backing Vocals – “Big Brother”
Written-By, Vocals, Performer, Concept By [Conception] – Gina Kikoine

Phonographic Copyright ℗ Zorro Musikverlag GmbH
Recorded at The Sound Experience

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Gina X Performance ‎
Nice Mover

Crystal – 064 CRY 45 129, Electrola ‎– 1C 064-45 129

The debut album by Gina X Performance was first released on Crystal/EMI Records Germany. But because of the success there was also several other releases on various labels from different countries on the market.