Technohead ‎– Headsex

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Mokum Records ‎– DB 4791 2
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Published by Warner Chappell Ltd
Thanks to Fred Berkhout for ultimate support X X X
[Note on track 11:] Thanks to Francois & Fred for allowing us to use our "Pump That Pussy" remix, which was originally made for the Chosen Few.

Tracks 1 and 2 are listed without mix titles.

Track 2: Headsex uses (also) samples of the track "The Number One Contender".

Track 5: The vocals "I have no fear! I feel no pain! I am the number one contender!" are sampled from the wrestler Vader (Leon White) on a WCW (World Championship Wrestling) Pay Per View in 1994.

Track 13: "Flamman & Abraxas Radio Mix", but this track originally has a track time of 3:15. The case here is, this track will stop at 3:15 (as on the original release) but after eight seconds of silence (3:23) a big laughter starts with a fart at the end, having a duration of ten seconds.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 16861 47912 1

Other Versions (5 of 16) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DB 4791 1 Technohead Headsex(2xLP, Album) Mokum Records DB 4791 1 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
ES 3015 Technohead Headsex(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Euro Sonic Production ES 3015 Ukraine 1995 Sell This Version
GOD-17 Technohead Headsex (Blue)(Cass, Album, Unofficial, Ltd) Good Old Days Records GOD-17 Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version
189 Technohead Headsex(Cass, Album, Unofficial) TOP music (2) 189 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
ES 3015 Technohead Headsex(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Euro Sonic Production ES 3015 Ukraine 1995 Sell This Version

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Chimiel

Chimiel

January 21, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

This is a super-CD! A bunch of tracks is also found on the original, normal blue release. My all-time favourites on this release are the original mix of "I Wanna Be A Hippy" , "The Number One Contender" , "Mary-Jane" and the original mix of "Headsex" is cool too. "Crazy As Hell": I have listened it a couple of times.. and yes: Crazy as hell! Damn! Technohead has 2 sides, a bit a commercial side and a normal, hard side, I like the hard side the most, Same is true for Flamman & Abraxas. Crazy As Hell seems for me a track which I do not connect immediately to Technohead, but it's a masterpiece for the hardcore of the 90's.
idem77

idem77

December 12, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Not your average hardcore release. When I listened to this cd for the firts time, I was listening mainly to the Thunderdome hardcore. Although there are tracks from this album included in the Thunderdome series, most tracks are... well, different. I don't know actuallt how to say it, but all the tracks give you the idea that technohead wasn't trying to make what we call in Holland the 'handjeklapgabber'. The best known tracks from this cd are the great original tracks of 'I want to be a hippie' (much better than the happy radio edit mix by Flamman & Abraxas) and 'The number one contender' (recently remixed by The Outside Agency, also not as good as the original). This cd is well worth giving it a listening!