Sasha ‎– Airdrawndagger

Kinetic Records ‎– 67728-54725-1
3 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM



There is also a limited release of this on Kinetic that is signed by Sasha.

Recorded at The Computer Hell Cabin, Amsterdam
Additional Recording at The Clock House UK, Wow & Flutter UK

Musicians recorded at Sarm West Studios UK

Mastered at The Town House UK

A to E: 45 rpm. F: 33 rpm.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 677285472510

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 947862 Sasha Airdrawndagger(CD, Album, Mixed) Arista, BMG UK & Ireland 74321 947862 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version
74321 947862 Sasha Airdrawndagger(CD, Album, Mixed) BMG UK & Ireland 74321 947862 Australia 2002 Sell This Version
74321 952921 Sasha Airdrawndagger(3x12", Album) BMG UK & Ireland, Arista 74321 952921 UK & Ireland 2002 Sell This Version
G010000459911O Sasha Airdrawndagger(11xFile, MP3, 320) Deconstruction G010000459911O UK & Europe 2010
BVCP-21291 Sasha Airdrawndagger(CD, Album, Mixed) Arista, BMG BVCP-21291 Japan 2002 Sell This Version


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February 11, 2019

So good, arguably his finest offering. Pushing into the 2nd 1/2 (God-willing) of my life, I'm quite struck by how wonderful the F-side is--the tunes have matured in ways not typical to the dance genre, just simple, surreal ambient beauty. Other than the exquisite Bloodlock, itself surely an interpretation of Cosmic Baby's Space Track, the rest of the album is at the very least respectable &, at points, bangin'...


January 28, 2019

An impressive artistic electronica album .

Sasha with his magical touch will takes you to the beautiful electronic sound voyage from start to the end.

an abundace of musical escapism .


March 11, 2008
Airdrawndagger first got criticized by a big load of fans who probably didn't had enough patience to experience this new piece of electronic music by the hand of Sasha. And I must say that it is a big challenge to listen to the whole album.
But isn't that a little bit what a new album should be about? Sasha took it into a very different direction here. Luckily a lot of people were impressed and especially those ambient heads. The heavenly Wavy Gravy is for sure on of the mans greatest productions. It's a great euphoric peacefull harmonic track with tight, simple and static drums. The whole album is kind of an futuristic ambient experience. Most of the tracks are based on light break beats that just serve as a small foundation. Melody and harmony that's what it is about. For sure the contribution of Junkie Xl's mixing capabilities had it's effect on the phatnes and warmth of the productions. We must conclude this is an (easy) listening album, there are no uptempo dancefloor intentions present. Some terms apposite tot the album are: fresh air, open atmosphere, peace, kindness and even love I think. Yes it is a beauty.