Ilsa Gold ‎– 3

Mainframe (2) ‎– mainframe 010
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 4 Blond Nuns 5:31
A2 4 Blond Nons (Chicago Rmx) 5:23
B1 Silke II - Süchtig 5:54
B2 Süchtig (E-De-Cologne Rmx)
Remix – E-De-Cologne

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A1 samples "What's Up" by 4 Non Blondes.
A2 titled as "4 Blond Nons (Chicago Rmx)" is a deliberate play on words due to the sample used on A1.
B-side samples "Fang das Licht" by Karel Gott.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MF 010/94 A   SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MF 010/94 B   SST

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February 28, 2015
I have this as promo on whitelabel with a big sticker on the papersleeve


October 9, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
I totally agree with Dorfdisco's observation, although I didn't realise myself they made a satire about the rave scene back then. (I was a 16 year old teenager, and I understood half of their records with German quotes as a Dutch kid:) But I noticed they made strange and humoristic records.
I guess most people took this for granted and listened to Ilsa Gold as if they were any other techno/rave act. I'm also 'going back in time' now and then, and listening to Ilsa Gold still evokes nice memories. ''Up'' is still one of my all-time favourite early-rave tracks!


May 6, 2013
Spinning this record almost 20 years after it was released, makes it sound a little bit...well, odd. This Hardcore stuff seems so extreme outdated, but in the end you have to understand this record as what it really was. A kind of satire about the rave movement back in the days. For Non-German speakers the track "Silke" might sound even more strange, they use quotes from several German "Schlager" songs, telling the story of a girl called Silke who is using too much E. It still kicks ass in some way and listening to it in 2013 is pure fun for me, very nostalgic.