Speedy J ‎– Public Energy No.1

Plus 8 Records ‎– PLUS8066CD
CD, Album


1 Tuning In 2:42
2 Patterns 8:34
3 Melanor 2:37
4 In-Formation 8:09
5 Pure Energy 5:20
6 Haywire 4:33
7 Hayfever 5:36
8 Tesla 2:20
9 Drainpipe 7:48
10 Canola 8:39
11.1 As The Bubble Expands 5:28
11.2 (Silence) 1:08
11.3 Untitled 2:28

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The total duration of track 11 is 9:04. "As The Bubble Expands" ends at 5:28. After about 1 minute of silence a "hidden track" starts at 6:36. The hidden track consists of a sound similar to this made by grasshoppers.

Art direction & design @ Urban Design Front
Thanks for the remixes: Mike Paradinas; Tim van Leyden; Stefan Robbers; Harry van Es & Jeroen van Dorsten.

Released via
the Never Records Group
121 W. 27th St.
#401 N.Y.

℗ 1997 Plus 8 Records Ltd.
© 1997 Plus 8 Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 99848 80662 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 799848806621

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NoMu54CD Speedy J Public Energy No.1(CD, Album) NovaMute NoMu54CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
941.154-4 Speedy J Public Energy No.1(Cass, Album) KA Music, ToCo International 941.154-4 Bulgaria 1997 Sell This Version
NoMu54CD Speedy J Public Energy No.1(CD, Album) NovaMute NoMu54CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
P12 NoMu 54 LP Speedy J Pure Energy(12", Promo) NovaMute P12 NoMu 54 LP UK 1997 Sell This Version
NoMu 54 LP Speedy J Public Energy No. 1(2xLP, RP) NovaMute NoMu 54 LP UK 2004 Sell This Version



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September 25, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
I first heard hayfever on a promo disc for a UK magazine, which led me to wander into this. I thought haywire was cooler than hayfever after I bought it, then heard tesla, which was a short song, but I liked it. If you know anything about Nikola Tesla, he was a scientist who devoted himself to the study of electricity, but basically failed. The sadness is heard in the song and elsewhere on the album. Patterns was gradually pulling me in with a long intro and the climax after around four minutes or so of strenuous anticipation. Then, as I repeatedly cycled through, As the bubble expands became bearable and almost enjoyable after understanding the lo-fi recording effect by gating and filtering the sound. There is no way I can explain this album to a friend and have him understand and like it. Trackheads ought to love it, though, as you can feel Speedy J's writer's block blasting through and saying I don't care if you don't like it, because I have scraped out all the ideas in my brain here. It is a step above the 4-4 technical G-Spot, which was a leap above the slick electro-style Ginger.