Lazer* ‎– Musik

Cheap ‎– 12 CHEAP 13
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM


A1 P-M.1 6:12
A2 P-M.2/SH2 4:02
B1 For The Real Jazz Audience 2:00
B2 Locked Groove #1
B3 Locked Groove #2
B4 Locked Groove #3
B5 Key Scalez 4:00
C Soko 4:28
D Once Again 3:32

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This project was originally intended to be called only "Lazer" with "Musik" being the release title. However the release is also often referred to as "Lazer Musik" and as such was used on many compilations.

B1 ends in a locked groove / loop
B5 Key Scalez cut at 45rpm

Text on the label of the Bonus 7":
"This is a free bonus shitty that comes exclusively with CHEAP 13. If someone tries to rip you by selling this item by itself just take it and don't pay it.
A bonus gadget is cool, But why a Seven inch?
• It's faster, up to 12 rotations more per minute.
• Better traction, even on slippery ground.
• Perfect for smooth transitions even at low speed.
• Maximum control even with little hands.
• Easy to store, saves valuable space in your bag.
• Seven inch is average for caucasian males, who needs more?

this side: Once Again
other side: Soko"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Stamped)): CHEAP 013 A HM ℗ 1995
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Etched)): HEAT THE DECKS! - LAZER MUZIK, THE JAZZ OF THE 90's!
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Stamped)): CHEAP 013 B HM ℗ 1995
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Etched)): VYNYLKUTZ by Manfred HUMMEL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C (Etched)): CHEAP BONUS 01 A HM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D (Etched)): CHEAP BONUS 01 B HM
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana



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August 27, 2002

Not a stroke of genius, but a solid CHEAP-release at all. And isn't this worth a lot ?
Very jazzy tracks, but the Lock Groove #1 is a sick killer, looping you mad. And the sleazy D1 definitely makes clear that these guys are madmen at all.