Wagon Christ ‎– Throbbing Pouch

Rising High Records ‎– RSN CD30, Rising High Records ‎– RSN 91CD
CD, Album


Throbbing Pouch
1-1 Intro 0:22
1-2 Reedin 4:42
1-3 Down Under 8:15
1-4 Phase Everyday 7:34
1-5 Throbbing Pouch 5:24
1-6 Rexcist 2:22
1-7 Floot 7:08
1-8 Intermission 2:47
1-9 Pull My Strings 5:09
1-10 Spotlight 5:49
1-11 Scrapes 8:02
1-12 Night Owls 2:40
1-13 E-Z Listener 5:19
1-14 Vibes 1:27
1-15 Underground Level 2:31
1-16 Ring Piece 4:25
1-17 All My Fingers 2:05
At Atmos
2-1 Hasjit 9:20
2-2 Yeah 8:15
2-3 Inside Out 11:56
2-4 Free Bass 7:39
2-5 Metro Polish 2:02

Companies, etc.



[C] + [P] Rising High Productions Ltd 1994.
Made in England.

2xCD version of 'Throbbing Pouch', issued with a 5-track "Bonus CD" 'At Atmos' (called "At Amos" on the CD face).

Issued in a standard double jewelcase with a sticker on the front cover reading: "5 Track bonus CD Wagon Christ 'At Atmos'".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 024900 002648
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5024900002648
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): RSNCD 30 MPO 01 @
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 1201
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): RSN 91 CD MPO 01 @

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RSN CD30 Wagon Christ Throbbing Pouch(CD, Album) Rising High Records RSN CD30 UK 1995 Sell This Version
RSNLP30 Wagon Christ Throbbing Pouch(2xLP, W/Lbl) Rising High Records RSNLP30 UK 1995 Sell This Version
RH 87003-2 Wagon Christ Throbbing Pouch(CD, Album) Rising High USA RH 87003-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
PSLVB010 Wagon Christ Throbbing Pouch(17xFile, MP3, RM, 320) Personal (Stereo) PSLVB010 UK 2007
RSN LP 30, RSN LP30 Wagon Christ Throbbing Pouch(2xLP, Album) Rising High Records, Rising High Records RSN LP 30, RSN LP30 UK 1995 Sell This Version


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April 15, 2015
Brilliant. 20 years on this genre bending classic requires a rerelease, I do believe.

Hip-hop, jazztastic electronica with a good dose of humour. It's enteresting to listen back and think about how Uziq, AFX, SquareP and Vibert were pushing each others sounds around back then.


July 10, 2012

THROBBING POUCH is Wagon Christ's introduction to the big leagues of electronic music, and it still stands up amazingly well today. "Reedin'" brings on the woodwinds in a whirlwind of good-natured fun, while "Down Under" retains some of Vibert's ambient vibe, but introducing some ethnic strings into the mix as well. "Rexcist" goes dark and deep, but "Floot" brings things back up in mood. "Pull My Strings" stays true to its name and brings in the violin samples, while "Spotlight" processes those easy listening samples into a mellow trip. But for me, the apex of the album is "E-Z Listener" which manages to incorporate an oboe into its funky, upbeat surroundings. "Ring Piece" brings the jazz up with a double bass and a some horn samples. On the bonus AT ATMOS disc (available with the limited edition of the album), Vibert returns to some of his longer pieces, like the ambient Middle Eastern oud-tinged "Hasjit" or the swirling layers of "Inside Out." But he also brings his proto-trip-hop sensibilities to bear to the longer "Yeah" and the jazzy "Free Bass," which merges a looped piano riff with a double bass and some test tones. A landmark album.