Discography of TV Victor:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Invites You To A Trance Garden||2||1996||Tresor|
|2||Trancology Chapter 1||11||1996||Tresor|
|5||Invites You To A Trance Garden - Invitation 3 (Gift To Your Self)||4||1994|
|6||Invites You To A Trance Garden - Invitation 2 (Give Is A)||3||1994|
|7||Invites You To A Trance Garden - Invitation 1 (All You)||2||1994|
|8||The Ways Of The Bodies||3||2002-10-00||Tresor|
|9||Schwarzenraben - Zweijähriges - Oktober 1999||3||1999-10-00||Tresor|
|10||Schwarzenraben - Einjähriges - Oktober 1998||2||1998-10-00||Tresor|
|11||GRV Vol. 1||3||2010-07-00||Non Standard Productions|
|12||GRV Vol. 1||3||2010-08-00||Non Standard Productions|
|13||The Ways Of The Bodies||8||2011-03-15||Tresor|
|14||The Ways Of The Bodies||8||2011-07-20|
Udo Heitfeld began with the guitar at age four, but studied piano until the influence of experimental electronic music took hold of him in the 70's. When Heitfeld moved to Berlin in the early 80's, he became vital parts of diverse projects within Berlin's underground art scenes, the most significant one of which was the heavily rhythmic and hypnotic Ethno-oriented No Zen Orchestra. Their CD was released in 1988 via Tresor's parent label Interfisch.
Heitfeld's first solo productions started in 1990 under his TV Victor pseudonym, the first fruit of which was the "Moondance" album (Interfisch): experimental music with classic Pop structures but more an indicator of his move in more Ambient directions.