Choice / Soofle ‎– Acid Eiffel / How Do You Plead?

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Fragile Records ‎– FRG-6
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Choice Acid Eiffel
Mixed By – Laurent*, Ludovic Navarre, ShazzProducer, Written-By – Laurent Garnier, Shazz
13:34
B1 Soofle How Do You Plead?
Mixed By – Ludovic Navarre, ShazzProducer, Written-By – Ludovic Navarre
6:36

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©℗ 1993 FNAC Music SACEM
Made in Detroit
Fragile is an alternative division of Transmat

Issued in a plain black die-cut sleeve.
Matrix number on each side is etched with a 7 and overwritten with a 6.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-out): FRG 6A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-out): FRG 6B NSC
  • Rights Society: SACEM

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victorjohn1

victorjohn1

October 9, 2017
Easily one of the greatest techno records ever recorded. I never seem to tire of this one. It just so good.
mark_65

mark_65

September 1, 2017
Ah! Sorry bro. I thought you were talking about How Do You Plead? As that was what I was looking at when I read your message :/
Gaffergadd

Gaffergadd

August 17, 2017
Never mind time sigs.this is a tune that is absolutely bless.ive ended many a party with this as an outrow. dance to rock.they all love it.x
bdleslie

bdleslie

June 23, 2017
Could someone who has really analyzed this track tell me how many different time signatures are overlapped? It's at least two.
rrssage

rrssage

May 9, 2017
timeless untouched unparalleled
so much depth to this one
acid eiffel takes you on quite the journey
andm369

andm369

January 13, 2017
If all you are looking for is Acid Eiffel on its own side, grab the repress of this Digweed comp. It has Acid Eiffel by its self on the A-side and its still being sold on places like Juno for less than $10. Here is the discogs page for it tho.

https://www.discogs.com/John-Digweed-Live-In-Miami-15/release/5852858
eleeut

eleeut

September 6, 2016
How Do You Plead? -> quasi-Todd Terry punchy beats meets Carl Craig Detroit techno/house melancholia = guilty as charged. i've had this in my stacks for ~20 years now, timeless.. Acid Eiffel is of course awesome, but this is the one I picked this one up for and it's still a prized cut in the collection after all of these years.
filipvdd

filipvdd

August 19, 2016
The first time I heard this track was on the Energy Zurich rave in Switzerland in 1993 - I have that moment captured with my video camera :) it was a very intense moment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOCtnmEQnVY
stuarte

stuarte

May 17, 2016
Anybody that keeps crediting Garnier with Acid Eiffel please read the bloody credits...I mean no less than Ludovic Navarre and Shazz were involved in creating the masterpiece...it's the same on youtube. Wtf.
Bobskies27

Bobskies27

November 14, 2015
After hearing of the tragedy in Paris on November 13th, 2015, this track immediately came to mind. In times of darkness, music has a way of being that beacon of hope. I refuse to immerse myself in 24 hour news, or horrid debates about why. Turn everything off, hit play, and let Laurent remove you from this world for 13 minutes plus. This track encompasses so much for so mNy different moods. When I listen now, I think of the beauty that still exists in this world. For 13 minutes, this track gives you pain, love, loss, hope, joy, and beauty. All without a single word. True music transcends language. Evil will always emerge with the cowards, with the weak...but music and love has a much larger audience. It never hides, it never dies. This track will always represent, from now on, those lost on this day. The cowards will be forgotten.