B. Fleischmann ‎– Pop Loops For Breakfast

charhizma ‎– charhizma 001
CD, Album


1 Slope 4:26
2 The Flow 4:28
3 Breakfast At Rhiz 5:01
4 Drops 7:09
5 The Red Saloon 4:59
6 Nightly 5:16
7 Le Matin 3:57
8 S 5:56
9 Slumber 5:43
10 Timid Digestion 5:58
11.1 Chad F. 7:42
11.2 (Silence) 1:58
11.3 Torn 5:27

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed ByDADC – A0100277067-0101



recorded [...] vienna
in kooperation mit morr music (d)

Track 11 lasts for 15:07 and contains a hidden track (track 11.3), an unlisted cover version of Natalie Imbruglia's „Torn“ that begins at 9:40 after 1:58 of silence.
Packaging: standard jewel case with 4 page booklet.
Vinyl edition (with fewer tracks) released on Morr Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9006472000945
  • Rights Society: austro mechana
  • Matrix / Runout: [DADC logo] A0100277067-0101 11 A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K4

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MM 001, morr music 001 B. Fleischmann Poploops For Breakfast(LP, Album) Morr Music, Morr Music MM 001, morr music 001 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
charhizma 001 B. Fleischmann Pop Loops For Breakfast(CD, Album) charhizma charhizma 001 Europe Unknown Sell This Version


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December 10, 2015

B. Fleishmann's debut, POP LOOPS FOR BREAKFAST, starts with the pleasing whirs and clicks of "Slope," before the ringing melody comes in to lighten the whole shebang. Indeed, that's the entire MO of the album: a quasi-industrial beats overriden by oftentimes bucolic melodies. "The Flow" lets guitars do some of the heavy lifting, while the buzzing on "Breakfast At Rhiz" resolves into a mellow journey -- with both tracks dissolving into bubbles. "The Red Saloon" sets its theme from the foreset before "Nightly" chugs in like a sprightly steam engine train. The twinkling "Le Matin" is as bright as morning, and, appropriately enough, "Slumber" sticks to the spare, dreamy side of things. And as "Chad F." gurgles to a close, the album shuts with a distorted cover of Natalie Imbrulia's "Torn," given just enough personality to glue itself back together again. You'll want to eat breakfast all the time now.


June 17, 2003

This is one of the most overlooked IDM release (& artist) of the past few years. There's absolutely no filler tracks, the production is top notch from the beginning to the end. An excellent balance of superb childish melodies & heavily processed glitch. This is an excellent introduction to B. Fleischmann's wonderful sound!! Buy this album now!!