Various ‎– Superlongevityfive

Perlon ‎– PERL84
7 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Box Set, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered

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01.01 Baby Ford Harshmaro
Written-By, Producer – Baby Ford
01.02 Margaret Dygas We're Not The Same
Written-By, Producer – Malgorzata Dygasiewicz*
02.01 Dimbiman SPF30
Written-By, Producer – Zip
02.02 Fumiya Tanaka Sorry Cucumber
Written-By, Producer – Fumiya Tanaka
03.01 Melchior Productions Ltd.* Vagabundo Nao
Written-By, Producer – T. Melchior*
03.02 Sonja Moonear Desert Queens
Written-By, Producer – Sonja Moonear
04.01 Tobias.* She
Written-By, Producer – Tobias Freund
04.02 STL Lost Somewhere
Written-By, Producer – Stephan Laubner
05.01 Matt John The Tapedeckers
Written-By, Producer – Matt John
05.02 Jabberjaw Pop Bottle
Written-By, Producer – Matthew Dear
06.01 Daniel Bell Deep Down
Producer [Reduced By] – Daniel Bell
06.02 Dandy Jack And The Metronome Allstars Show You My Tent
Vocals – Sarah BeckerWritten-By, Producer – Dandy Jack
07.01 Shackleton Paper Throne
Written-By, Producer – Sam Shackleton*
07.02 Ricardo Villalobos Guaguay
Written-By, Producer – Ricardo Villalobos
08.01 Kalabrese & The Rumpelorchestra The 2010 Kitchen Session
Arranged By – KalabreseWritten-By, Producer – The Rumpelorchestra
08.02 Morane Kalumpung A Kalimku
Vocals – DasituWritten-By, Producer – Markus Nikolai, Theo Krieger
09.01 Stefan Goldmann Les Augures
Written-By, Producer – Stefan Goldmann
09.02 Narcotic Syntax Mayaku Shintakusu
Written-By, Producer – Achim Treu, James Dean Brown, Yapacc
10.01 Audio Werner Couched
Written-By, Producer – Andreas Werner (2)
10.02 Mara Trax Sticky Fingers
Written-By, Producer – Maayan Nidam, Vera Heindel
11.01 San Proper Lady Cop
Written-By, Producer – San Proper
11.02 Soulphiction Circulate
Written-By, Producer – Michel Baumann
12.01 Half Hawaii Bring Back The Love
Written-By, Producer – Bruno Pronsato, Sammy DeeWritten-By, Vocals – Caro
12.02 Sammy Dee Lirum Larum
Written-By, Producer – Sammy Dee
13.01 Pantytec Zwölvis
Written-By, Producer – Sammy Dee, Zip
13.02 Cassy Magnificent Cat Won't Do
Written-By, Producer – Cassy Britton*
14.01 Markus Nikolai The Clock Staring At Me
Vocals – Stephanie D. ChicoWritten-By, Producer – Markus Nikolai
14.02 Portable Keep On
Written-By, Producer – Alan Abrahams

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Limited to 1.000 handnumbered copies.
©+℗ Perlon 2010.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 827170364066
  • Label Code: LC 11584

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December 15, 2016
Perlon, please finally consider a repress, so many good tracks.


August 20, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
The repress will be released at 03.09.2013. I have seen it at

I hope it.


February 6, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A very special set boasting amazing track selection. Not a set you can really dance to though, it is a very eclectic mix of tracks with many peaks & troughs some slow parts and experimental episodes. It is definitely a set for music geeks.

The track listing order on discogs has many mistakes in it. One such error is the song following Villalobos' "Guaguay" which is in fact "Kalumpung A Kalimku" by Morane. This transition is absolute genius, how the hell did the artist think of combining these two diametrically opposed tracks is what I keep asking myself. The dark, extremely minimal and slightly bland 'Guaguay' and 'Kalumpung A Kalimku' which sounds like my imagination's version of the Fiji national anthem.


October 19, 2012
if you dont have nothing nice to say.... better dont say anything!


February 8, 2011
I was a hater too before I got my copy. LOL. Then sold it the day after for twice the price and bought another one in the shop. funny world...

... and its true - all the big names on the record sound rubbish - or at least not danceable for the Otto-Normal-dancer. But, gosh, some other tracks are worth it....


January 12, 2011
edited over 5 years ago


December 17, 2010
As a longtime fan of Perlon I must say that I am pretty sad that there was no digital release of all the unmixed tracks, because I'd have been the first to buy them, but the CD version with mixed tracks is no real alternative for me. I don't know what to think about the exclusive limited release on vinyl either, since I have no turntables anymore I only listen to the music I have digitally in mp3-format. Sometimes I use the turntables of friends to record brandnew vinyl to my harddisk, in order to be able to listen on my mp3-stick afterwards. Judging from the track samples you can hear on the net this is another fine Perlon release, with distinct sound, not following the house/trance/new world music explosion, which is ongoing at the moment; this remains Perlon through and through.


December 17, 2010

and what is the collector's item?


December 2, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Okay, maybe I'm a hater. I'll give you that. I just listened to some samples of these cuts on juno and I have to say, I'm absolutely amazed that y'all are cranking out the same-ass plink plonk minimal tracks you were 10 years ago. Perlon was so much fun when it got started with Good Morning Eyeball and all that shit. Now it just seems like a way to make money off a bunch of 24-hour club kids cracked out on speed. At least put some fucking swing and some fucking bass into that motherfucker! There's maybe a handful of tracks in this compilation that have any business on a dancefloor. The rest is just tired old shit: a couple light little drum kicks, a few weird noises, maybe some vocal belch or squeek or what the fuck ever! People...remember Detroit? And Chicago? Where's the soul? Where's the swing? Minimal burned itself out a while ago already. The Perlon packaging looks nice but I'm afraid its just a shell on a mostly empty product.