Cybordelics ‎– Fairy Tales

Label:
Harthouse ‎– HH037
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Other Side
A Alice In Wonderland
Written-By – Daniel Varga
9:06
This Side
B Peter Pan
Written-By – Milan Zemanec
8:58

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Sleeve:
HARTHOUSE
FRANKFURT

is a label of EYE Q Musikproduktion GmbH • Strahlenberger Str. 125a
63067 Offenbach/Main • Germany • Telefon 069/88 56 33 • Fax 069/800 33 36

Label:
A / B: 150BPM / 132BPM
Moonquake/Musik-Edition Discoton

Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe A Time Warner Company.

Info:
The speed is incorrectly printed as 45 RpM.
Issued in a Harthouse Frankfurt black company sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Runout)): WMME Alsdorf HH-037-A 33 U/M/N 2 Hü
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (Runout)): WMME Alsdorf HH-037-B2 Hü
  • Rights Society: GEMA/ BIEM

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH037 Cybordelics Fairy Tales(12", TP, Promo) Harthouse HH037 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
HH037RF8 Cybordelics Fairy Tales(3xFile, MP3) Harthouse HH037RF8 Germany 2005
TEG 019-6 Cybordelics Alice In Wonderland(12") Technogold TEG 019-6 Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

July 7, 2015
Sounds like World In Action.
TimeIsoldsome

TimeIsoldsome

January 29, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
It's all about the still lovely liquid sounding track Peter Pan ....132 bpm and that needs pitching down now too.

Davros

Davros

March 12, 2008
I was quite obsessed with "Alice in Wonderland" from the very first time I heard it played out here in Melbourne in '94, it was love at first stomp.

It's easy to understand why this one stood out on a label that was already releasing some amazing music for it's time, when you consider one of the members is also behind production outfit Mikerobenics who had a massive hit with "Julika", also on Harthouse.

Listening back to this record now, there are certainly some elements that have dated. For one, the production is a little thin for what was (and could still be) quite an epic record. Second, it's just too fast - about 154bpm, and really should have been made 10 bpm slower (like Julika). This was probably the main reason it didn't get many spins in clubs and raves, and when it did it was almost always pitched down. But the fast pace was part of Cybordelic's sound - Adventures of Dama was a fast record too.

Nevertheless, I'll always remember this one fondly, even if I have to drink 3 Red Bull's to keep up with it on the dancefloor.