Electric Deluxe ‎– Electric Deluxe

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Plus 8 Records ‎– plus8072
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Electric Deluxe 7:22
AA1 Glitch 7:38
AA2 Glitch2 5:40

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[c] 2000 Plus 8 Records Ltd.
Dist. by Minus.
Made in USA.

All parts made in Canada.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PLUS8072-A (NSC) 2000 HISTORY BEGINS...
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Electric Deluxe Electric Deluxe(CDr, Single, Promo) Additive none UK 2001 Sell This Version
PLUS8072 Electric Deluxe Electric Deluxe(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Plus 8 Records PLUS8072 Canada 2000 Sell This Version
none Electric Deluxe Electric Deluxe (Cristian Varela Remixes)(CDr, Single, Promo) Additive none UK 2001 Sell This Version
12AD 079 Electric Deluxe Electric Deluxe (Cristian Varela Remixes)(12") Additive 12AD 079 UK 2001 Sell This Version
12 AD 071 Electric Deluxe Electric Deluxe(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Additive 12 AD 071 UK 2001 Sell This Version

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zacdavisssss

zacdavisssss

April 1, 2016
IMO Speedy J was always one of the most over rated dudes in global techno, making cheesy tunes. however, Public Energy 12" is a killer and this one here is a classic. that whole "spastik"/"washmachine"/"tribal bells" etc etc etc vibe, you can rock this for a good 30-45 into a set, and when u finally drop a song that at least has a bassline on top of the drums, the crowd will lose it. both "Glitch" tracks are nice too, hard techno that plays around with the filter and fidelity issues for the duration of both tracks.
maroko

maroko

June 2, 2008

Speedy J once again teaming up with the legendary Plus 8 Records, and though he changed his style at least twice since this was the hit, it remains one of the label's last great releases. In fact, I consider it the only truly indispensable post Y2K 12" released by Plus 8, along with the absolutely marvellous "El encuentro" EP by Alex Under from 2006.
The title track is a fabulous builder with a ferociously loud turn for the better just when you thought you wouldn't get a climax. Massive. Percussive. Speedy J's finest club demolisher together with the "Krekc 12" EP".
Glitch & Glitch 2? Equally effective. They both progressively build up to highly energetic explosions of banging percussion and sharp noises. Great, really great hard techno from back in the day before the klik-klaks took over.
God, whenever I put this on all the subsequent Plus 8 Records Ltd purchases I've made seem pointless. Yeah I know I'll eventually bite my tongue for writing it, but I'm in the deepest hour of nostalgia while typing this review...
Swain

Swain

May 13, 2003
Electric Deluxe - Just when it sounds like the tune is going to end, it changes, building into a frenzy, many many listens later and I said I had to make a comment, absolutely brilliant stuff from "Speedy J"