The Railway Raver ‎– Drop Acid Not Bombs

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Rephlex ‎– CAT 066 CD
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Tracklist

1 Mine Storm 5:09
2 My Lacoste (577 N Mix) 4:56
3 Mantons' Run (On The Run) 3:16
4 202 To Ravetown 3:54
5 The Elizabethan Pornograph Smugglers 2:53
6 To Be A Man Like Ingersol 4:47
7 Land Of Conclusion 4:44
8 The Eyes Of Garfield (Part II) 4:24
9 Keith's Trumpets 4:17
10 Nesbits' Way! 5:13
11 Acid For The 90's 3:50

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Track 11 is found on side A of the limited bonus 7" BR 1988 EP found with the first 1000 pressings of the LP version; Drop Acid Not Bombs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5027238006623
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0477
  • Matrix / Runout: CAT066CD 01 &

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 066 LP The Railway Raver Drop Acid Not Bombs(LP) Rephlex CAT 066 LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
CAT 066 LP, BR 1988 EP The Railway Raver Drop Acid Not Bombs(LP, Ltd + 7") Rephlex, Rephlex CAT 066 LP, BR 1988 EP UK 1998 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 31, 2012

You think that with an artist with the name of The Railway Raver would be full of nostalgia for the good ol' days of raves, but The Railway Raver seem much more invested in Detroit than warehouses with his album DROP ACID NOT BOMBS. He opts for the mellower side of techno, with "Mine Storm" hitting the beats, yet still keeping itself on an even keel, and "My Lacoste (577 N Mix)" is surprisingly lush and melodic. "Mantons' Run (On The Run)" does the futuristic mystery well, and "The Elizabethan Pornograph Smugglers" has a smooth, sensuous groove to it. Warmth fills up "To Be A Man Like Ingersol" and "Land Of Conclusion." Electro bloops its way onto "The Eyes Of Garfield (Part II)," and "Keith's Trumpets" slinks its way into some summery house before exploding into a minor key blitzer. "Acid For The 90's" closes the album with a quicker BPM, though staying within the same sedate vibe. A surprising album, and all the more strong for it.