|5||Distant Jazz Pt3|
|8||The Jet Lab JPL|
|9||Trans Luner Injection|
|12||Kyoto Time Drift 2|
|13||At The Mountains of Madness|
|23||Rayonist Refraction 1|
|25||Kabaret 13 .1|
|26||Exobiological Containment Program|
|27||Rayonist Refraction 2|
|28||The Adoptive Morphology Begins (phase V )|
|29||Bonelli-Arc Reflex Test|
|30||Memories of Kelvin|
|31||Kyoto Time Drift|
|35||Disintegration Sequence Grissom White Chaffey|
Clock DVA are an industrial, post-punk and EBM group from Sheffield, England. The group was formed in 1978 by Adolphus "Adi" Newton and Steven "Judd" Turner. Along with contemporaries Heaven 17, Clock DVA's name was inspired by the Russian-influenced Nadsat of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange; Dva is the Russian word for "two".
Newton had previously worked with members of Cabaret Voltaire in a collective called The Studs and with Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware in a band called The Future. He formed the first lineup of Clock DVA in 1978 with Judd Turner (bass), David J. Hammond (guitar), Roger Quail (drums) and Charlie Collins (saxophone, clarinet) (born 26 September 1952, Sheffield).