Little Little ‎– Tickle Me

MG Records ‎– MG 66015
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Companies, etc.



Made in Benelux (sleeve)
Made in E.E.C. (labels)
P + C 1989 MG Records

Speed is not printed anywhere on the release.
Be's Songs is incorrectly printed on the centre labels as Be'Songs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): FOON MASTERING MG 66015-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): FOON MASTERING MG 66015-B1
  • Rights Society: SABAM


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January 10, 2008
edited over 8 years ago
This tune is a (usually) unsung hero of the techno/acid genre.. So ahead of its time and passes the floor devastation test everytime, sounding as ruff, scary and buxom as it did back then. To describe it as an acid tune would not do justice to this track,... its like acid music in 3D, jumping right out at you with squirming three dimensional synth work that you sometime hear in some of the better techno these days but still never bettered (in my opinion). In Short.. this track is in another league from anything else from that era. I prefer the mix with the 'tik tok tickle' scary voice samples in it but play either side and you're in the lead!


December 18, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This has to be one of the best Acid tunes ever. It was well before its time, with its use of heavy chugging, churning dirty synth bass which intertwined with the warbling high acid, the track always seemed to build up into a relentless frenzy of madness with no sign of coming to an end. Excellent.


November 20, 2003

The Acid Tickle mix is the one here. People talk about Beltram's Mentasm as the start of 'hoover techno' - this is from 1989 and whilst not using the same noise as Mentasm, the start of the tune actually sounds like a sampled hoover! Proper, looney-tunes hard acid from the golden age. One of the best ever...