LFO ‎– LFO (Remixes)

Acalwan ‎– ACA 2003-12
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 LFO (Steinbach & Diggler Remix)
Remix – D.Diggler, Pauli Steinbach
A2 LFO (Original Extended) 9:32
B1 LFO (Uli Poeppelbaum Reconstruction)
Remix – Uli Poeppelbaum*
B2 LFO (Eigenart Remix)
Remix – Eigenart

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  • Barcode: 0 90204 59829 0

Other Versions (5 of 28) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAP 5 LFO LFO(12", Pur) Warp Records, Outer Rhythm WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
WAP 5 LFO LFO(12", Promo) Warp Records WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
WAP 5 LFO LFO(Acetate, 12") Warp Records WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
FFOR025 LFO LFO(12", Ltd, Num, Pur) Flash Forward FFOR025 Italy 2019 Sell This Version
LFO 001 LFO LFO(12", Unofficial) Not On Label (LFO) LFO 001 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version


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November 4, 2003

Well, I'm kinda disappointed by this release. I wasn't able to get the original WARP release, so I decided to grab that one, thinking the original mix on it would satisfy myself.

That original extended mix is a bit boring compared to the great "Leeds Warehouse" mix. For example, don't expect those nice sub bass work, it's almost the same loop which is played during 10 minutes...

But the real shame is about the Uli Poeppelbaum mix. It turns out to be a lame trance remake... Moreover, Uli shows us that he knows how to make music by ripping off the first phrase of "Thomas Heckmann - Auge Um Auge". Check that song by yourself. I find this actually quite shocking because that small drumloop has nothing particular. If this guy ain't even able to do this, he shouldn't be releasing music.

Other songs are ok. Overall, it's a release that will probably please trance and progressive djs, but it's also a pretty commercial release that shoudln't have been done to my mind as it doesn't respect the original work by LFO.