Dopplereffekt ‎– Myon-Neutrino / Z-Boson

Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM


E+ Myon-Neutrino 5:14
E- Z-Boson 8:41


Side E+ plays at 45rpm, side E- plays at 33rpm.

Image: Photoinjektor des deutschen elektronen synchrotons desy zeuthen.

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May 2, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

This is truly a great record. I think it's a shame that these two tracks of the Linear Accelerator album were the only ones to be released on vinyl. But, I must say, these are two top quality tracks.

Myon-Neutrino has a very strange feeling to it, feeling off course is one of the most important things in music. I hear great mystery in this track; where am I? what will happen? It sounds like I'm lost and someone is calling for me, but I can't see him. I just can't place it, very interesting.
Z-Boson is definately way up there in terms of alltime great electronic tracks. It's great depth and ongoing melodies take will take you to a different dimension, it is a great journey time and time again.
These two tracks don't sound anything like the previous releases by Dopplereffekt. The tracks on Gesamkunstwerk are less experimental, they are more dancefloor oriented. It's quite interesting to hear the musical development off Gerald Donald. I'm looking forward to perhaps even more Dopplereffekt releases in the future.



September 25, 2004
edited over 15 years ago
I love this releease... It's not another standard electro slice, but a pure electronic-ambient. Which has got a solid
conception. Sounds rythmic, mysterious and variable... This two tracks are like a poetical description of some non-human race or nature of another dimention. Much respect to beat-masters for producind material for meditation and relaxation.


September 16, 2003
edited about 1 year ago

Original, haunting and atmospheric pieces of future music.
Both can be played at 33 or 45 on their own or try mixing a beat along and see what happens...


June 10, 2003
I fully agree with unitary - this had the hairs on my arms standing to attention! Excellent futuristic soundscapes - reminds me of some quality John Carpenter - in fact I think they should be given a serious sci-fi movie to soundtrack - they'd do an excellent job.