A*S*Y*S** ‎– Acid Save Your Soul

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Tracid Traxxx ‎– TTX CD 05, Tracid Traxxx ‎– TTX CD05
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1 Nightmare Intro
Producer – Cet MerlinVocals – Laura
2:12
2 Acid Flash 7:23
3 No More Fucking Rock'n'Roll 6:16
4 Acid 42 5:43
5 Chewing Drum 6:36
6 Acid Space 8:48
7 303 Transformer 4:24
8 Acid Save Your Soul (Lithium Remix)
Remix – Lithium (2)
5:16
9 Acid Headcracker (303 Inferno Mix) 4:25
10 Acid Nightmare 5:52
11 ...Till We Die 5:09
12.a No More Fucking Rock'n'Roll (Paul Van Dyk Edit)
Edited By – Paul van Dyk
5:41
12.b We Call It Aciiied! 4:31

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All Tracks published by Warner Chappell, Edition Kunst&Wahnsinn@Universal
(P)&(C) 2005 Tracid Traxx / Distributed by Discomania
Fold-out Digipak packaging
Cat-# written as "TTX CD 05" on the disc, and as "TTX CD05" on the cover.

CD-track 12 includes a hidden track, starting at 7:10 (total time of track 12 is 11:41)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4014235200513

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TTX LP 05 A*S*Y*S** Acid Save Your Soul(3x12", Album) Tracid Traxxx TTX LP 05 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
CSR CD 5243 A*S*Y*S** Acid Save Your Soul(CD, Album) Central Station CSR CD 5243 Australia 2005 Sell This Version

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Dark_Electric

Dark_Electric

November 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
My first thought was typical, Hard Trance with odd use of the TB303 over the top to create a basically mediocre album. However, nothing could be further from the truth. A*S*Y*S, aka. Frank Ellrich and Kai MacDonald have redefined what I call Acid. They have incorporated Breakbeat and other interesting influences to form this well rounded album. 'Chewing Drum' reminds me of DJ Scot Project's N (No Rougher) or Cosmic Gate's 'Monotune', in the way that the track builds and suddenly stops. It also features the hit 'No More Fucking Rock 'n' Roll' along with the Paul Van Dyk Edit, of course sampling The Prodigy's 'Voodoo People'. The bonus track, 'We Call It Aciiied!' is also a Breakbeat fuelled and shows a different side of the producers talent. A great take on the Acid genre.