Radioactive Man ‎– Booby Trap

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RGCCD009 Radioactive Man Booby Trap(CD, Album) Rotters Golf Club RGCCD009 UK 2003 Sell This Version
RGCLP009 Radioactive Man Booby Trap(2xLP) R.G.C. Records RGCLP009 UK 2003 Sell This Version
BRGC-9 Radioactive Man Booby Trap(CD, Album) Beat Records BRGC-9 Japan 2003 Sell This Version

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mezzo_templer

mezzo_templer

February 13, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Booby Trap, 2xLP, RGCLP009

This record describes the electronic prospects of human being. Radioactive Man does really take you for the journey to yxtlan. Some kind of electronics that became spirited in a psychic but flat footed way. Respect. The effects can last forever - on the danceflor in your mind.
larsson07

larsson07

April 10, 2004
referencing Booby Trap, CD, Album, RGCCD009

Fed-Ex to Munchen has go to be one of the most inspirational tracks of all time. The melody and vocal will bring you to tears. I recently saw him do a DJ set and he finished with this track. The song is so sad yet so beautiful and it lets us hear how "Electro" as a genre should sound.
iamelectron

iamelectron

June 10, 2003
referencing Booby Trap, 2xLP, RGCLP009
Oh yes! Mr Tenniswood does it again - even better than his first LP. Standout tracks are 'Kik Yerself', 'Airlock', 'Suitybloke' and 'Twistboomklart' - massive lumps of molten electro bass and beats.

But EVERY one of the tracks on the LP are fantastic, also Lali Puna vocalist Valerie Trebeljahr ads some moving vocals to 'Fed-Ex Tu Munchen' - astounding stuff!