Spicelab ‎– Lost In Spice

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Harthouse U.K. ‎– HART UK LP2
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Tracklist

A Cold Chillin' 16:57
B Spicelab 17:02
C The Last Supernova 17:12
D Lost In Spice 14:58

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Notes

In association with Rising High Records. All tracks published by Moonquake / Musik-Edition Discoton.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024900 001092
  • Barcode: HART UK LP -2

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HH CD2, HH CD 2 Spicelab Lost In Spice(CD, Album) Harthouse, Harthouse HH CD2, HH CD 2 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
HHLP 002 Spicelab Lost In Spice(2xLP, Album) Harthouse HHLP 002 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
SOLD 004 Spicelab Lost In Spice LP(4xFile, FLAC, Album, RM, 24 ) Solieb Digital SOLD 004 Germany 2013
SOLD 004 Spicelab Lost In Spice LP(4xFile, WAV, Album, RM) Solieb Digital SOLD 004 Germany 2011
P 50097-1 Spicelab Lost In Spice(2xLP, Album) Planet Earth Recordings P 50097-1 US 1994 Sell This Version

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bloodhoundcoverband

bloodhoundcoverband

January 14, 2017

Brilliant release !!! I changed my opinion on techno LPs! lovely masterpiece of variations of techno, that early 90es could offer, every track like a little mix itself, wandering from acid over trance to hardcorelemetns with a mellow melting. Thank you Oliver :*
cthulhu303

cthulhu303

January 12, 2015
Each track here is of the very long kind and has a live feel to it. Monotonous in parts, yet extremely varied from one section to another (with even a 20bpm shift in one particular instance). The downside is that they are a bit all over the place, not entirely sure of what they are trying to be. This results in the (very) good rubbing feathers with the (very) cheesy. That renders this double pack pretty much useless for conventional DJs, and is probably the reason why it has mostly disappeared under the radar. As a collection of shorter tracks, it could have become a classic. As it is, it is a confusing piece.
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

March 20, 2004

I've submitted a review of the CD release of this and whatever I said stands. This is some of the finest techno ever produced, HANDS DOWN! Well, what makes it so great? The fact that unlike so many releases to come along, even for its time, these tracks completely defy subgenres. There's a little hardcore, trance, acid, breaks, even mild elements of house, all within the span of a track! Exceedingly innovative, the high point on this collection is the title track "Lost In Spice". I think it blows away just about anything else ever written. I used to think it was the weed making me feel that far out in space, but now that I'm a father and I've given up the weed, I now realize that it is in fact the music itself making me feel that far out in space. That's no lie - when I want to "get high" now, I just slap on Side 4 of this definitive collection, and it's rockets away for my mind. It'll launch you there! And each track is unique in its own way. Yeah, this was before the "same-old" bug bit techno as a whole. This was when creative drive was still climbing in the world of techno. This was before the "Great Sell-Out" of 1995. I know this isn't the only superiorly innovative techno out there, I have lots of other really innovative stuff, too, but this is way at the top of the heap. Then, now and forevermore among the best of the very best ever made - A CORNERSTONE OF MY COLLECTION! This rates about 300 on a scale of 1 - 10.