Archon ‎– Boom

Le Petit Prince ‎– PRIN 9968-6
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Boom#1 7:35
A2 Primitives 6:26
B Boom#2 8:00

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Published by Edition Mooze.
Adm. by BMG/UFA Musikverlage.
Made in Germany.

Label states Side A has 1 track and Side B 2 tracks.
But Side A holds 2 tracks and Side B 1 track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): PRINCE 99/68 A SST 33UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): PRINCE 99/68 B SST 33UPM
  • Label Code: LC 4645
  • Rights Society: GEMA


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August 3, 2016

Oliver Lieb was never good at producing techno tracks, and this is just another example of that. He did try though, and he tried hard, but he's just not 'avin it.


June 14, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Oliver Lieb has produced more obscure underground techno/trance than anyone else during the late 90's. And even almost 10 years after his rise to fame with L.S.G., Lieb continues to produce beyond 2006. So how does one describe just one record from a catalog of obscure titles?
'BanGin'. "Boom" comes in seperate mixes, all worth a listen, but the main cut is this ritualistic styled techno-trance gem that sounds like something that a tribe of natives would dance to in a rain forest had they been turned onto the rave culture of let's say 1991. And I now know why I am one of the only people who have heard this rare gem of a record. Because it is 2006 and nobody thinks on terms of 'raving' like its 1991. That being said, his record Archon is a must have if you like Oliver Lieb.