Hux Flux ‎– Cryptic Crunch

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1 Calculus
Written-By – Tapper*, Bergvall*, Pettersson*
9:27
2 Tripple Nipple
Written-By – Pettersson*
8:02
3 Nemo
Written-By – Tapper*, Pettersson*
8:43
4 Experimenting With Potions
Written-By – Krafft*, Bergvall*, Pettersson*
8:44
5 Cryptic Crunch
Written-By – Tapper*
8:35
6 Short Circuit
Written-By – Tapper*, Bergvall*, Pettersson*
8:48
7 Elixir
Written-By – Tapper*, Bergvall*
8:04
8 Alkaloid
Percussion [Live] – AmcoffWritten-By – Tapper*, Krafft*, Pettersson*
8:07
9 Nervoservo
Written-By – Bergvall*, Pettersson*
8:32

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(P) + (C) Koyote Records 2K
Made in England

T4 contains a little nursery rhyme called "Row Row Row Your Boat" which has a Roud Folk Song Index no. of 19236

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 030094 038721

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AVA 037 Hux Flux Cryptic Crunch(CD, Album, RE) Avatar Records AVA 037 Israel 2006 Sell This Version
AVA 037 Hux Flux Cryptic Crunch(CD, Album, Promo, RE) Avatar Records AVA 037 Israel 2006 Sell This Version
KRLP009 Hux Flux Cryptic Crunch(2xLP, Album) Koyote Records (2) KRLP009 UK 1999 Sell This Version
ZPLCD 04 Hux Flux Cryptic Crunch Remastered(9xFile, WAV, Album, RM) Z-Plane Records ZPLCD 04 Sweden 2016

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psy-ivan

psy-ivan

February 14, 2014

Unlike the previous reviewers, I wasn't impressed with this album. While majority of releases from hybrid Psy-Trance period (1998-2002) had at least some melodies, here we don't get any at all. That wouldn't be a problem if other aspects of music were decent, but that's not the case here. If any track on this album is compared with AngstRom Dispidooshan by Jammy Wizard from 1998 (pretty much the same style of Psy-Trance), difference is obvious. While that track is constantly progressing and has peak at the end, here you music doesn't go anywhere. All tracks are repetitive from beginning to the end. It's true that that Hux Flux always had interesting sounds, but you cannot make a good music only with that if you don't have ideas. Comparing to first release from 1998 (Time Slices / Perceptor) that I really like, this was a big disappointment.
MAGS-E-TUNE_LBC

MAGS-E-TUNE_LBC

November 28, 2013

psychedelic trance GENIUS <3
metamorfeo

metamorfeo

January 31, 2010

hey man...don't joke...this is a masterpiece!!!
remember very well hux flux's live set at 7 o'clock in the morning around festivals........really trippy..........
AtomicCow

AtomicCow

July 20, 2002
This one takes some time getting used to. There are a lot of sharp sounds and what at first seems like almost random video game noises. But after a few listenings you finally begin to appreciate it for the psychedelic masterpiece that it is. A solid effort. Hux Flux only got better from there.