Aux 88 ‎– Is It Man Or Machine

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1 Passcode
Performer – Marnita Harris*
0:19
2 A Children's Story
Performer – Tommy Jr. (2)
0:31
3 Welcome To Avolon 4:23
4 X-ile 5:13
5 I Need To Freak 5:27
6 Massive Effect 3:43
7 Electro / Techno 5:05
8 The Black Planet 2:13
9 Space Jammer
Performer – Marnita Harris*
1:31
10 Break It Down 4:10
11 Sequence 0:12
12 Man Or Machine 5:48
13 The Journey 1:20
14 Algorithm 5:41
15 Control 4:43
16 My Mind Goes Into Programming 5:37
17 Cybercity Radio 1:17
18 The Countdown
Performer – Marnita Harris*
5:05

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Credits

Notes

All tracks & interludes were written, produced and performed by Aux 88 - Tommy Hamilton & William Smith.

Recorded entirely at: The Midi Suite, Detroit, MI.

Cover concept and design: Brenda Lewis/Ubangi Graphics, Detroit, MI.

All lyrics used by permission.
(p) 1995/1996 Munchman Music/BMI
(c) 1996 Direct Beat/430 West Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 87947 13022 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DIDX-045219 1 + ++ ++++++++
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L324
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 509F
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DB4W-022 Aux 88 Is It Man Or Machine(2x12", EP, Album) Direct Beat DB4W-022 US 1996 Sell This Version
DB4W-022 Aux 88 Is It Man Or Machine(2x12", Album, Ltd, Promo, TP) Direct Beat DB4W-022 US 1996 Sell This Version

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kuma.chan

kuma.chan

January 5, 2017

My CD had a picture cut out from an old porn mag and placed under the tray, I am curious if any other copies are like this.
shapeshifter

shapeshifter

March 17, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
The CD version adds many tracks from other EPs to the vinyl album and sounds crisper and cleaner, but the vinyls had more presence and pressure. "Black Planet" here lacks the strange female vocal snippet of the original, which makes it a bit more serious but also more dull. Finally, with several B-side tracks omitted, this CD can not replace a collection of all those vinyls in any way.