Alien Rain ‎– Alien Rain II

Alien Rain ‎– AR 2
Vinyl, 12", White Label, Limited Edition, 45 RPM


A Alienated 2A 11:00
B Alienated 2B 10:00


  • Written-By, Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By [Uncredited]Milton Bradley


Red stamped white label, limited to 303 copies. Includes a black and white sticker.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): AR 2 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): AR 2 B

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AR 2 Alien Rain Alien Rain 2 (2xFile, FLAC) Alien Rain AR 2 Germany 2012
AR 2 Alien Rain Alien Rain II(12", RP, W/Lbl) Alien Rain AR 2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
AR 2 Alien Rain Alien Rain 2(2xFile, AIFF) Alien Rain AR 2 Germany 2012


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May 21, 2015
Repress is here at the time of writing this. Finally, my Alien Rain collection will be complete, and once again I will be a happy camper.

Join me or miss out at your own peril!

Some acid ridden gems to be found across these gorgeous shiny pieces... B2 here, along with the sterling A side of the third installation really resuscitate the whole TB-303 aesthetic to the fullest. Manic madness all the way.


October 30, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
The B side is a nice reverb-drenched, minimalistic acid thumper with a tasty acid riff. Thumbs up. The A side, on the other hand, oh now THIS is overrated. It does build into some nice thumping industrial textures later on but... the same acid slide repeated over and over for that long - even with all the mixing tricks and the thumping kick - is just too simplistic and too repetitive not to become annoying. So scrap that and stick to the B side.


April 27, 2014
b side to end all b sides


May 15, 2013
Get a copy of both Alien Rain 1 & 2, place on your platters alien logo side up, mix them together and leave to play through, this creates another slab of dark deepness altogether, I'm pretty sure that this was what the producer/writer intended, seriously, try it, it'll blow you away how compatable these two records mixed together really are, creates a whole new track.


November 30, 2012
The track everyone wanted to know about when Marcel Dettmann played it at Boilerroom.
Heavily hypnotic heavenly acid from Milton Bradley once again. The b-side is a much funkier piece but I'm guessing it will be overlooked by the sheer explosiveness of 2A.