Koxbox ‎– Re-Oscillation

Label:
Harthouse ‎– HH-082, Harthouse ‎– HH 082
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Sleeve:
E-MAILS TO KOXBOX: KOXBOX@EYE-Q.COM
INTERNET: HTTP://WWW.EYE-Q.COM

published by moonquake music, administered by bmg/ufa musikverlage.

made in germany by warner manufacturing europe

EYE Q MUSIC
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phone: +49-69-82 97 40-0 - fax: +49-69-82 97 40-11

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phone: +44-171 73 43-158 - fax: +44-171 73 43-165

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phone: +1-310 657 7241 - fax: +1-310 657 1019

internet: http://www.eye-q.com

HH-082

Label:
MOONQUAKE MUSIC, administered by BMG/UFA Musikverlage
℗ + © 1995
HH 082

Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe A Time Warner Company

Info:
Prānā is credited with Macrons on the sleeve and without on the label.
Issued in a Harthouse picture sleeve with credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 024258 308202
  • Barcode (String): 4024258308202
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Runout)): WMME Alsdorf HH-082-A Hü
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (Runout)): WMME Alsdorf HH-082-B Hü
  • Label Code: LC 5305
  • Rights Society: GEMA/ BIEM

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH 082 CD, HH-082-CD Koxbox Re-Oscillation(CD, Maxi) Harthouse, Harthouse HH 082 CD, HH-082-CD Germany 1995 Sell This Version
HH 082 Koxbox Re-Oscillation(12", W/Lbl) Harthouse HH 082 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
HH 4013-1 Koxbox Tribal Oscillation (Remixes)(12") Harthouse America HH 4013-1 US 1995 Sell This Version
KBM 004 Koxbox Re-Oscillation(3xFile, WAV) Koxbox Music KBM 004 Germany 2008

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jet_jaguar

jet_jaguar

November 10, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
The Prana remix is really what makes this a must have slab of early Goa sound. Typical of Prana at that time, thick layers of sonic haze, and constant mutations of ideas make this closer in feel (though not sound) to pyschedelic prog rock than what most peoples notions of a 'dance' tune were at that time. Great stuff.