Fischerman's Friend Featuring M.C. Turtle* ‎– Teutonic Beats

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Teutonic Beats ‎– TB 001, Mercury ‎– 872 543-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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Tracklist

A Teutonic Beats (Teutonic Fly Version) 5:44
B1 Let's Panic (Hypno Style) 3:43
B2 Listen To The Teutonic Poke 3:52

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Published by Edition Bingen / Intro.

℗ 1989 Phonogram GmbH, Hamburg
Phonogram A PolyGram Company

Printed in W. Germany. Fabriqué en Allemagne
Made in W. Germany

CD Maxi Single 872 543-2

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 0 42287 25431 8
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0268
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AA 872 543-1.1Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AA 872 543-1.2Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): 1 [Sideways 'B'] 872543 - 1 1Y [Hand-etched 'SNB']
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side B): 1 [Sideways 'A'] 872543 - 1 2Y [Hand-etched 'SNB']
  • Other (Distribution code): PG | 122
  • Other (No-ink stamp on back cover): PRS Hannover

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TB 001, 872 543-2 Fischerman's Friend Teutonic Beats(CD, Maxi) Teutonic Beats, Mercury TB 001, 872 543-2 Germany 1989 Sell This Version

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terrysuki

terrysuki

July 1, 2013
edited 27 days ago

I looked for this track, Teutonic Beats(Teutonic Fly mix), ever since hearing it on a Fantasy FM show I recorded in London in 1989. It was like finding a Holy Grail when I finally found out what it was only recently. A strange, but brilliant, mixture of styles that could only have came out when it did, when individual dance music styles weren't as codified as they eventually became. Part New Beat, part House, part Techno and part Hip-Hop styles, it's still as cool today as it was then.
BomberOne

BomberOne

September 14, 2008
Back in the time Sun Electric was still in ZTT hands, here was their collaborative effort with Thomas Fehlmann to produce a kind of snapshot of what was to come in the uptempo euro sound of House.
When A side is a cool but average exercise in mashing up many influences in a non-megamix track, lacking a real direction, the B side is much more interesting."Let's Panic" is an uptempo track with an EBM-like main synth line, while the other track is a very original blend of electro-pop and synth strings.
Not a gem, but interesting listen, and original.