DJ Hell* ‎– Red Bull From Hell EP

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Disko B ‎– db 7
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Acid - Musik 6:04
A2 Taurin-Energie 6:38
B1 Electric Indigo 5:40
B2 Nummer - 6 6:58

Credits

  • Co-producer3M

Notes

Published by Sub-Up Records mvlg.
Licenced from Vortex Records (N.Y.).

Acid Musik contains a vocal sample from Spanky featured on Phuture - The Creator.

6.000 copies pressed (Source: Frontpage-Germany-Special, Summer 1994), a quantity of which were Limited Edition red vinyl.

Around the vinyl label, love to : Moneypenny, Michael, Jeff Mills, Repete, Damon, Greg, Gina, Upstart, Klaus, Rok, Patric, Helmut + Susanne.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VTX-6000 Hell Red Bull From Hell EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Vortex Records (3) VTX-6000 US 1993 Sell This Version
VTX-6000 Hell Red Bull From Hell EP(12", TP) Vortex Records (3) VTX-6000 US 1993 Sell This Version
DB 7 DJ Hell* Red Bull From Hell EP(12", EP, Red) Disko B DB 7 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
db 7 Hell Red Bull(12", Promo) Disko B db 7 Germany 1993 Sell This Version

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jazzliscious

jazzliscious

January 22, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This particular release deserves some detailed listening. It skirts just being "acid" by its uniqueness and the fact that it was out there first. Track number one kind of says it all - "We're the creators of acid music...". Of course, I tend to really go for the "innovative" or "pioneering" stuff, and this was among the first of the blitzkrieg wave of acid that was to follow a couple of years after this release. However, it wasn't the very first acid music to appear - Chicago and Detroit house were squelching out acid long before this release and Berlin was also tweeking happily on 303s before this came out, but as a stand-alone "style", this record was among the first to be known as "acid" or (as I called it) "hard acid". However factual you may find that to be, and despite that, this record tops the immense heap of acid releases that flooded the market from mid-'94 to '96 before (thankfully) drum-n-bass took over, but that's a whole other review unto itself. A great honor to behold for me, I recommend going out of your way to find this record. It's worth getting.