White Noise ‎– An Electric Storm

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Island Records ‎– ILPS 9099, Island Records ‎– ILPS-9099
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A1 Love Without Sound
Composed By – Vorhaus*, Derbyshire*
2:57
A2 My Game Of Loving
Composed By – Vorhaus*, Duncan*
3:38
A3 Here Come The Fleas
Composed By – Vorhaus*, McDonald*
2:31
A4 Firebird
Composed By – Vorhaus*, Derbyshire*
2:43
A5 Your Hidden Dreams
Composed By – Vorhaus*, McDonald*
4:25
B1 The Visitation
Composed By – Vorhaus*, McDonald*
11:45
B2 The Black Mass: An Electric Storm In Hell
Composed By – The White Noise*
7:04

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First pressing on pink labels with a ''bullseye'' logo.
First cat# on cover, second on label.

A Kaleidophon Production
Ⓟ 1969
Made in England

Island Records Ltd, Basing Street London W.11.
Printed and made by Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd., London, W.11

Artist appears as "The White Noise" on labels.
On the cover, track B2 appears as ''Black Mass: Electric Storm In Hell''.
On the label, composer credit for track B2 appears as "White Noise"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout stamped): ILPS+9099+A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout stamped): ILPS+9099+B

Other Versions (5 of 28) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5313 125, ILPS 9099 White Noise An Electric Storm(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Island Records, Island Records 5313 125, ILPS 9099 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
SW-9303 White Noise An Electric Storm(LP, Album) Island Records SW-9303 US 1971 Sell This Version
SW-9303, ST-9303 White Noise An Electric Storm(LP, Album) Island Records, Island Records SW-9303, ST-9303 US 1971 Sell This Version
ILPS 9099 White Noise An Electric Storm(LP, Album, RP) Island Records ILPS 9099 UK Unknown Sell This Version
PHCR-4856 The White Noise* An Electric Storm(CD, Album, RE, RM) Island Records PHCR-4856 Japan 1998 Sell This Version

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DarkRob

DarkRob

November 30, 2016
The album starts with a track that could be filed under TripHop today. The sound is incredible when you imagine who less electronic equipment was available at the time of production. "Firebird" is a hymn for all the creative minds out there. This album was way ahead of it's time.
Jarren

Jarren

March 30, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Do not listen to the final track (The Black Mass: An Electric Storm In Hell) under the influence of any psychotropic drugs, unless you enjoy torture & fear.

It's a hard listen sober.
parisroubaix_1

parisroubaix_1

January 11, 2016
This is a matter of taste, of course. But stemming from Düsseldorf and having been bored by Kraftwerk already in the seventies, I vividly recall having been frightened and fascinated by these three guys (or more precisely: two guys and a girl) who brought together advanced state of the art electronical music and psychedelic rock music. I hear it now for the first time in - say - thirty years, and it seems still nearly as intense as back then. What I hear now and couldn't hear then is the fun they must have had then; so your mentioning the Pythons is not completely off.
moogacid

moogacid

March 15, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
One of the best albums of all time [apart from the last track]
Gorgeous, trippy, intelligent electronic pop : )
Criminal that they didn't do anything else together.
And such a shame Vorhaus tarnished the project with poor subsequent releases : (