Beloved* ‎– Acid Love

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WEA ‎– SAM 481
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Stamped
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A1 Acid Love (Love & Ecstacy Mix) 9:28
A2 Acid Love (Original Mix) 5:33
B1 Acid Love (Hitmans Club Mix)
Producer, Remix – Mike Hitman Wilson*
6:12
B2 Acid Love (Hitmans Acid Mix)
Producer, Remix – Mike Hitman Wilson*
6:55

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  • Lacquer Cut ByDB*

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  • Matrix / Runout: SAM 481- A-1 DB.TAPEone DAMONT MT.1 HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY. :)
  • Matrix / Runout: SAM 481 - B1 DB.TAPEone MT1 DAMONT HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY. :)

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miramar.sound

miramar.sound

October 9, 2015
Has Acid Love been released anywhere else?
wackyoldskool

wackyoldskool

July 13, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
It's clearly and strongly influenced by Phuture/Pierre, and that is a good thing.
restless

restless

January 13, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

I always had a soft spot for The Beloved.
I like the fact that they shifted from indie-guitar to E'd up raveance towards the end of the 80s, like for instance The Shamen or Primal Scream, but u always had the impression that The Beloved's pills were more suave and pure, hence a softer mellow languid touch in the voice and a deeper 'balearic' approach. "Acid Love" is undoubtely one of their highlights, and, together with Paul Rutherford's "Get Real (Happy House Mix)", a credible UK answer to the US dark vocal sexy acid standards of Blake Baxter, Bam Bam or K-Alexi. This 4-mixes EP is remarkable, balancing between fat kicks, dense acid lines, those tender hazy mellow vocals and some slightly melancholic pads in the background, combining in a really high hypnotic trippy factor. Each version is good yet different in the mood, with Mike Wilson's contributions a little rawer and more straightforward Chicago acid.
A remastered double-pack 4-full sides reissue would be welcome.
plasterer

plasterer

January 4, 2015
Someone needs to bootleg this shit already!