Astral Pilot ‎– Electro Acupuncture

Harthouse ‎– HHLP 013
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album


A Electro Acupuncture 11:51
B1 Skin Probe 10:30
B2 Into My Brain 8:53
C1 Kuku Session 7:15
C2 Needle Drama 9:48
D The Day After 21:02



Catalog # printed on the sleeve: "HH LP 013"
Catalog # printed on the label: "HHLP013"
Catalog # etched in the vinyl: "HH-LP-013"

Published by Moonquake Music, administered by BMG/UFA Musikverlage.
℗ & © 1995 Eye Q Music.
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH CD 013, HH CD013 Astral Pilot Electro Acupuncture(CD, Album) Harthouse, Harthouse HH CD 013, HH CD013 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
CORDIG004 Astral Pilot Electro Acupuncture(6xFile, MP3, 320) Cocoon Digital CORDIG004 Germany 2008
HHLP 013 Astral Pilot Electro Acupuncture(2xLP, Promo, W/Lbl) Harthouse HHLP 013 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
HH LP 013, HH-LP-013, HHLP013 Astral Pilot Electro Acupuncture(2xLP, M/Print, Promo, W/Lbl) Harthouse, Harthouse, Harthouse HH LP 013, HH-LP-013, HHLP013 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
HH1015-2 Astral Pilot Electro Acupuncture(CD, Album) Harthouse America HH1015-2 US 1995 Sell This Version



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March 30, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

Played as the last track of the night for the closing party of the famous Omen Club (Frankfurt, 1998), "The Day After" alone is a track worth purchasing this double LP for, which was played in it's full 21 minute length literally an entire day after a party that had gone all night and well, for an entire weekend at that. It is a song which, in it's complete existence manages to define the comedown of a night so accurately. It's that moment when you begin to remember who you are and come to terms with the end of such extreme parties. It's that feeling you have when you step out into the sunlight and face the real world once again.

Forward thinking and innovative for it's time in 1995, as with all Harthouse records, the entire album gives great depth and personality to the genres of house and techno music, further defining the famous new sounds that were emerging from the heart of Germany during this time, including subtle trance vibes and quibbling dabbles of psychedelic hard house. Sven Vath and Stevie B-Zet collaborate to give their ultimate mood-abiding creation to the world of club music and play it loud for everybody to hear.

This is definitely a great double LP for the trance music historian, and any enthusiast of classic German house or techno music. There isn't really anything to dislike about this album if you always been into either the warm atmospheric sound of any B-Zet production, OR if you have always been a loyal fan to Sven Vath's absolutely amazing rave culture and worldly outlook on music.