Acid Jesus

“Flashbacks 1992-1998 (3lp+27 Trk Mp3+bon” | “13 Classics+3 Unreleased+6 Trk Remaster”

AER030LP scanZoom inLabelAlter Ego Recordings
Cat. No.AER030LP
FormatEXCLXLPD
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3 LP Gatefold - Vinyl includes 13 classic tracks + 3 previously unreleased titles + 27 Track Mp3 Downloadcodes - includes 4 unreleased titles and 2 bonus tracks. 3LP, 2CD + 27 Track Mp3 review on Acid Jesus, the first of many collaborations between Roman Flügel and Jörn Elling Wuttke. Including 3 (+1 more on Mp3) unreleased tracks! Situated in Germany’s then blistering techno scene and especially a mirror of Frankfurt at the time (and it´s holy label trinity of Playhouse, Klang and Ongaku), Flashbacks are also a feedback loop to what was happening in the UK and the USA. Flügel and Wuttke succeeded with their own and unique take on it, that owned as much to Underground Resistance and the Belleville Three as it did to Sven Väth and Andrew Weatherall. Tracklist LP: Vinyl 1: A1) Move My Body, A2) H.A.L, A3) Fairchild B1) Jesus, B2) MF 3, B3) Mulunga Vinyl 2 : C1) Odyssey, C2) Disappear, C3) Faith In Acid D1) Radium, D2) Gamma Ray Vinyl 3 : E1) Turkey Skank, E2) Black Knight F1) Neon, F2) Starseed, F3) On The Couch (unreleased vinyl tracks) B2) MF 3 D2) Gamma Ray E2) Black Knight Track List MP3 Download Code: 1) Move My Body, 2) Jesus, 3) Faith In Acid, 4) Disappear, 5) H.A.L, 6) MF 2, 7) On The Couch 8) Mulunga, 9) Odyssey, 10) Fairchild, 11) Razzblaster, 12) MF 1, 13) Radium, 14) Turkey Skank, 15) Neon, 16) Starseed, 17) Black Knight, 18) MF 3, 19) Ultraviolet, 20) Hibernation Drive, 21) Elektrosmog, 22) Uraniumsmuggle, 23) Interstate, 24) 7A7, 25) Fear, 26) X Ray 27) Gamma Ray (unreleased tracks) 17) Black Knight 18) MF 3 26) X Ray 27) Gamma Ray (previously released bonus tracks) 24) 7A7 25) Fear Short Info (Written by Gerd Janson): Following the title of the classic Ecstasy Club record - be it a direct influence or merely a coincidence - Acid Jesus was the first of many collaborations between Roman Flügel and Jörn Elling Wuttke. Situated in Germany’s then blistering techno scene and especially a mirror of Frankfurt at the time, the e

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