Voov ‎– Grau 1

MFS ‎– MFS 7068-0
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Grey, Marbled

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A Angels Lust Expansion
Vocals [Words] – Gudrun Gut, Voov
B Time & Space II 10:57


  • Written-By, ProducerVoov

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MFS 7068-3, 123.7068.3 Voov Grau 1(CD, Maxi) MFS, MFS MFS 7068-3, 123.7068.3 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
MFS 7068-0 Voov Grau 1(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) MFS MFS 7068-0 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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December 30, 2013
A-side is a wonderful cool techno groove. a classic, floor burner.
B-side is some kind of soundcollage / trip (no beats). fine mixing tool.


January 17, 2004

There was once a time when techno music embodied several styles and had no limits to what was committed to a track. It could be anything from ambient to hardcore and it could all be contained within a track! This 12" doesn't quite reach that extreme but let me just say - I like it a LOT! Side 1 is fairly straight-ahead Berlin techno without too many innovations but it is a very good dancefloor stomper. But I really like Side 2! It's not blow-you-away innovation at its finest but it's just really nice melodic ambient when ambient was still considered cool. I think the techno underworld tired too quickly of ambient and cast it off before its time. I remember when you went outside at the big "parties" (now "events") and there was a special DJ set up who spun nothing but ambient music for the "chill-out area". I liked it as much as the "main room" area because of the ambient music played in that area, and let's face it - you could meet nice people and actually talk because the chill-out zone was chill. Quietude is key to rounding out a party. This record (side 2) fills that void. It's nice and relaxing, and what's wrong with that? And if you're into analog synths like I am, you'll appreciate what you're hearing. A great useful early techno release. I encourage a listen.