Westbam ‎– Bam Bam Bam

Low Spirit Recordings ‎– 523270-2, Low Spirit Recordings ‎– 523 270-2
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Mixed and produced at Low Spirit Studios Berlin.
Published by Low Spirit Music / BMG.
℗ 1994 Low Spirit
© 1994 Low Spirit

Low Spirit marketed by Urban, a division of Motor Music GmbH.
Motor is a member of Polygram Germany.

This version of the release contains German liner notes in the booklet with different background artwork.
There are two other versions of this release with the same catalog number and English liner notes: One with LP side designations at the back cover, and another with revised back cover prints.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 31452 32702 4
  • Barcode (String): 731452327024
  • Matrix / Runout: 523 270-2 02 +
  • Label Code: LC 6748
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L002
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Distribution Code: POL 900

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
523270-2, 523 270-2 WestBam Bam Bam Bam(CD, Album, RP) Low Spirit Recordings, Low Spirit Recordings 523270-2, 523 270-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
523 270-4 WestBam Bam Bam Bam(Cass, Album) Low Spirit Recordings 523 270-4 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
316 WestBam Bam Bam Bam(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Super Sonic 316 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
527 090-1 Westbam Bam Bam Bam...The Album(LP, Album + 12", S/Sided, Etch, Ltd, Mixed) Low Spirit Recordings, Urban 527 090-1 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
523270-2, 523 270-2 Westbam Bam Bam Bam(CD, Album) Low Spirit Recordings, Low Spirit Recordings, Urban 523270-2, 523 270-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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March 4, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

As much as I appreciate Westbam as a pioneer of electronic music, and as much I like some of his newer, more electro and hip hop oriented works: This album quite sucks. It's the obvious product of the mainstream, overground, commercial Techno and Rave hype in Germany around 1993, partly not even clearly distinguishable from the Euro Dance trash that went around at the same time. Tunes like "Celebration Generation", "Bam Bam Bam" or "Wizard of Sonic" just sound like a mixture of Techno, Euro Dance and cheap Pop; and even granted as that they don't work too well, compared for example to the similar minded album "Raveland" by Marusha from the same year (also produced by Westbam, by the way), which works much better and can even be considered a really good and enjoyable album. Here instead, just a few tunes don't sound totally annoying, especially "Club Canossa", "The Raving Society" and "Strictly Bam" are somehow enjoyable tunes, the latter reminding of the older Westbam stuff from the 80's (which I usually don't like too much either, but fine here) on the one hand and U96's "Ambient Underworld" (which is directly sampled) on the other hand. "The Raving Society" has something of UK Happy Hardcore - quite nice. Still, even these three "highlights" of the album aren't real great tracks and do in no case give stuff for a recommendation for the album as a whole. Better buy Marusha's album or - even better! - the U96 album "Das Boot" if you want to go into the origin of Eurpoean popular Techno music. Or switch directly to the Dutch Euro House acts of the same time (and earlier), Frank de Wulf for example or, why not, Technotronic.