Mr. Fingers ‎– Outer Acid EP

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Outer Acid 6:37
Qwazars 6:16
Nodyahed 6:45
Aether 6:48

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ML-2231 Mr. Fingers Outer Acid EP(12", EP) Alleviated Records ML-2231 Netherlands 2016 Sell This Version
ML-2231, ML2231 Mr. Fingers Outer Acid EP(4xFile, FLAC, EP) Alleviated Records, Alleviated Records ML-2231, ML2231 2016
ML-2231, ML2231 Mr. Fingers Outer Acid EP(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Alleviated Records, Alleviated Records ML-2231, ML2231 2016

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brad73Y

brad73Y

June 20, 2019
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231
Worth it for the hypnotic vibes of Qwazars alone, other tracks not so interesed in.
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Danbass_Milovsky

Danbass_Milovsky

August 6, 2018
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231

You'd better. I also love music for such feelings-when you live your life very closely with it! I apologize for my English))
randyj

randyj

February 20, 2018
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231
Electronic music with a beat doesn't have to be specifically dancefloor material - it can be mood creating and visceral vibe with both tones and textures for various listening environments. It can be music for driving home after a long night. It can be for a final sway with your eyes closed. It can be for a walk on the beach or for background music for a sexual experience. There will always be a place in my life for music like this. Great release worthy of anyone who enjoys deep, pulsating, dance music or "soundscapes" - recommended.
REENO

REENO

September 11, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231
A bit disappointed with this one. The two tracks on Side A seem a bit underdeveloped and don't seem to go anywhere.
Side B is more interesting.
tjebbe

tjebbe

May 13, 2017
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231

Instant classic. The subtlety and finesse with which this whole record has been produced, truly outstanding. After more than a decade without a Mr. Fingers production, he still is champions league.
daftcombo

daftcombo

June 17, 2016
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231

The music is pleasant and very well produced on both sides. But those tracks lack inspired melodies and don't make me feel like dancing. In the same style I prefer Scott Grooves.
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

May 19, 2016
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231

Qwazars on heavy rotation at my crib ....simply amazing - peace
m44-7

m44-7

May 18, 2016
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231
this one lands right next to my beloved "feathers floating" (25 years from alpha). it is such a pleasure to bring a good record from a record store, and realize i dont have to rely on 25-30 year old discs to listen to good electronic music.what can I say - He did it* again ;)
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

April 7, 2016
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231

This record is going down in dance music history. Unavoidably classic, right out of the box. When it arrived in the mail the other day I felt like Indian Jones holding a golden relic. There's so much talent, unique ability, and love put into the music here. Qwazars and Aether are the best but in reality its a perfect record from start to finish. I like the color scheme of the labels, and the sleeve is super crisp too. Worth having 2 copies.
unholy-grails

unholy-grails

March 31, 2016
referencing Outer Acid EP, 12", EP, ML-2231
Aether is pure bliss!!! Absolutely lovely record by one of the most outstanding producers around!