Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference ‎– Acid Planet 8

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Acid Planet ‎– ACID PLANET 8
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled
B3 Untitled

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Pressing plant uncredited, identified with matrix numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MZE 1543/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MZE 1544/A

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ACID PLANET 8 Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference - Acid Planet 8(5xFile, MP3, RE, 192) Acid Planet ACID PLANET 8 Netherlands Unknown
ACID PLANET 8 Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference - Acid Planet 8(5xFile, WAV, RE) Acid Planet ACID PLANET 8 Netherlands Unknown
ACID PLANET 8 Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference Sulphur Surfer vs. Interr-Ference - Acid Planet 8(5xFile, MP3, RE, 320) Acid Planet ACID PLANET 8 Netherlands Unknown

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delirium303

delirium303

May 10, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Man, what a machine! These are fucking engines thundering on black wax. Don't know why its here located under the styles Abstract and Electro because its acid IMO, underground acid techno. There is no real Electro on this record! The tunes have no very clear bassdrums like in gabba tracks e.g., the bassdrums are more dirty and ruff, 4/4-bass walls, they are the main parts of a monotone construction around them, looping & morphing forward and forward.
Track A1 is very straight, 4/4 bombing bass with a later helicopter-sounding pattern. Is it the strobo or is it the sound? The dancers might loose theirself on the dancefloor... A 10 out of 10-tune.
The A2 is the track I bought this record for, because I only knew this from the release and when I played it I heard from people not only one time that I am crazy when I do like this, but: I doooooooooooo.
The track is characterised by a back and forward tremoring sound in which the drum pattern fades in, merciless straight forward, only covered by some snares and claps later - you can only love or hate it I think. I can understand somebodies opinion if thinking that isn't music anymore but: Its effective for the acid underground dance floor. As much I dislike the term 'intelligent techno' I think its ok to name this intelligent hardcore acid because its not done the way hardcore acid is composed mostly - its unique techno, the producer is a creative head although its looped, slightly morphing. A winner.
The B1 track could be the most near track to the style Abstract, its dub-tempo electronic music with only a few bassdrum hittings during its running time. 80% beatless.
B2 & B3 are again underground acid. No broken beats, nice composed heavy analogue sounds, without being too brachial or loud - just well outbalanced harder techno sound. Thank you to all artists who were open minded enough to play this on bigger raves or in the clubs. A blueprint for underground acid.