As a teen in the mid 1980's Vladimir Corduroy recorded music in his bedroom calling it "Vladimir's Universe". With the addition of Jimigator on drums the Universe went on to be a local phenom in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Playing almost exclusively at hot spot Cross Street Station, Vladimir's Universe expanded to include other musicians including Freddy Fortune (Fortune & Maltese, the Covingtons) and others.
In 2012 for the 25th Anniversary of his first Ypsilanti performance he revisited the old material and decided to re-release classic Vladtrax. This album is also a memorial to Eric Erikson and T.V. Silvia who believed in Vladimir.
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