Bizarre Inc...* ‎– Technological

Blue Chip ‎– BLUE TEC. 1, Blue Chip ‎– BLUETEC 1
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Technological 6:41
A2 Movement Of Sound 4:45
A3 Let It Go 5:27
B1 Juice Trax 5:00
B2 Bizarre Inc. 5:31
B3 To The Rhythm 5:05

Companies, etc.



Mixed for Hall of Fame Productions.
Name of artist is misspelt as Bizzarre Inc on spine of sleeve.

Track durations not stated on release.
Some copies have a sticker on front sleeve stating :
Six all new Detroit / Techno club tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): BLUE TEC 1 A¹ DEDICATED TO DJ RUB -A BEATFACE! MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): BLUE TEC 1 B¹ BECKY YOU WELL POTTED MPO


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September 27, 2018
Needs a clean CD reissue , influential and overlooked music


July 4, 2018
A gorgeous album where Bizarre Inc blur the lines between the mid to late eighties works of detroit techno icons such as Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and deep acid territory previously explored a year earlier by Baby Ford on his magnificient 'Fordtrax' album and A Guy Called Gerald on 'Hot Lemonade'. This is most definitely not the sound that Bizarre Inc became known for a couple of years later when they had chart crossover success. Let It Go is the pick of the bunch for me but all the tracks are great and easily stand up with the best of that era. Definitely worth tracking down this album.


April 27, 2009

This album totally surprised me, I expected to hear something along the lines of "Playing With Knives" or "I'm Gonna Get You" - the tracks that made this group popular. Instead, I was treated to something much better - and totally unexpected.

Brilliant album, a blend of acid house and detroit techno at its finest. It sounds nothing like Bizarre Inc's later stuff, but was rather inspired by the first wave of detroit techno in 1988 - many of these tracks are sampled or inspired by the "Techno - The New Dance Sound Of Detroit" release. Nevertheless, the album was put together with great skill. One can only wonder why Bizarre Inc went mainstream couple years later.

Not to be overlooked! A hidden jewel, 5/5.