The Grid ‎– Electric Head

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WX 342, 9031-71456 1 The Grid Electric Head(LP, Album) EastWest, EastWest WX 342, 9031-71456 1 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
WMC5-179 The Grid Electric Head(CD, Album) EastWest WMC5-179 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
9031-71457-2 The Grid Electric Head(CD, Album) EastWest 9031-71457-2 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
WX 342C, 9031-71457 4 The Grid Electric Head(Cass, Album) EastWest, EastWest WX 342C, 9031-71457 4 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
SFE 026D The Grid Electric Head(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp + RM) Strike Force Entertainment, Rhino Records (2) SFE 026D Europe 2013 Sell This Version

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hornem

hornem

February 16, 2019
edited 7 months ago
referencing Electric Head, LP, Album, WX 342, 9031-71456 1

Gave this a listen for the first time in many years and so happy I did so. Not just for the classic "Floatation" but really diggin' "Intergalactica" once more.... Really brings me back to my early turntable excursions. So, now to find a few Guerrilla 12's...
Happy days!
scoundrel

scoundrel

August 15, 2010
referencing Electric Head, CD, Album, 9031-71457-2

Ah, the good old days of techno, when NASA samples ruled the earth (see, for example, "One Giant Step"). The Grid's first album _Electric Head_ certainly shows its age, but it's still plenty fun to listen to, from the slow throbs of "Are You Receiving" to the thumping "Intergalactica." Sure, many of the tracks are disposable house ("Driving Instructor," "This Must Be Heaven") or are just flat-out stinky ("Doctor Celine") but on the plus side, you have the early club hit "Beat Called Love." Better yet, at the end of the album, you get the granddaddy chill-out track "Floatation." It's a blissful track, good enough to cover-up the other flawed bits of the album.