The Ace Of Clubs ‎– Benefist

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Tracklist

Cordial 4:18
Electrip 5:37
Heathrow Hardcore Terminal 4:31
Classid 6:26
Whorgan 4:03
Whirr Jill 5:57
Benefist 7:07
Assid 3:23
Ecid 2:11
Analoaf 3:34
Patriotic Acid 5:23
Rubber Chunks 8:20
pHeel The pHorce 3:48
Fruitacid 3:36
Acidream 6:33

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FSK010, fsk010 The Ace Of Clubs Benefist(CD, Album) Firstcask Records, Firstcask Records FSK010, fsk010 Belgium 2007 Sell This Version
fsk010LP, FSK010LP The Ace Of Clubs Benefist(2xLP, Album) Firstcask Records, Firstcask Records fsk010LP, FSK010LP Belgium 2007 Sell This Version

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ep5

ep5

October 10, 2017
referencing Benefist, CD, Album, FSK010, fsk010
Compared to these prices, you could buy TEN copies of this on WeMe itself! :) Yes only ONE Euro.
accelaexp

accelaexp

May 26, 2017
edited 6 months ago
referencing Benefist, CD, Album, FSK010, fsk010

I just discovered this recently (almost 10 years after its release) and it's a blast!
Cordial is the best acid opener you can get, the first 4 tracks are actually all bangers.
Analoaf fucked my brain, it's a kind of midtempo acid-hiphop hybrid, you NEED to listen to this.
Go get your (ultra cheap) copy on WeMe website while they have it in stock!
honicz

honicz

December 6, 2016
referencing Benefist, 2xLP, Album, fsk010LP, FSK010LP
This overlooked acid gem by Luke Vibert is great fun all around, but it's a shame that they didn't press the fantastic iridescent 8-bit funk spectacle of "Assid" onto any slab of vinyl.
withoutatrace

withoutatrace

July 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Benefist, 2xLP, Album, fsk010LP, FSK010LP

I'm always impressed with Vibert's ability to span such a wide variety of the electronic meta-genre. Most of this record is ancient-sounding acid samples reconstructed to sound fresh.

The basslines are mostly wild and fun, with the genius subtly changing from one sound to another over the period of a track. The entirety of this album could be one long club or disco set, since every piece is entrancing as the previous and great for grooving. Like your classic acid soundz, this record is full of repetition on all levels, but the subtleties and nuances are what I find rewarding as I listen to "Benefist."