Spicelab ‎– Spicelab E.P.

Harthouse ‎– HH 007
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Spicecowboy 6:33
A2 Placebo 6:35
B1 Spiceinvaders 6:56
B2 Weiredo 6:28

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Has different track list than the Harthouse UK release of the same name.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOLD 009 Spicelab Spicelab EP(4xFile, MP3, RM, 320) Solieb Digital SOLD 009 Germany 2012
SOLD 009 Spicelab Spicelab EP(4xFile, AAC, EP, RM, VBR) Solieb Digital SOLD 009 Germany 2012
SOLD 009 Spicelab Spicelab EP(4xFile, FLAC, RM) Solieb Digital SOLD 009 Germany 2012
HARTUK 2 Spicelab The Spicelab E.P.(12", EP) Harthouse U.K. HARTUK 2 UK 1993 Sell This Version
HH 007 Spicelab The Spicelab E.P.(12", EP, TP) Harthouse HH 007 Germany 1992 Sell This Version



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August 7, 2010

say about Harthouse/Eye Q whatever you want;
most record sound dated today, some too epic, too theatrical,
most records were just bad produced (from the technical view)
and sound digital, but should still being respected as
genre-defining and mostly made with love for the music.

this record stands out as one of the real gems of Harthouse today,
Spicecowboy is a weird-acid sci-fi-killer track, underrated till today,
since it was released 1992.

same goes for the legendary oliver lieb remix of "Interactive - Amok",
and even the early Tom Wax Production "Phuture Wax - Flying Doll".
sometimes its better to leave all the prejudices behind and just listen,
there can always be a hidden gem on a mostly dated sounding record.
Spicecowboy - no embarrassment, folkz - put it in your collection.
even if it's an chicago acid/house collection..