Datacide began recording together in 1993, after Tetsu Inoue met Uwe Schmidt while vacationing near Frankfurt. They recorded a pair of dance tracks for 12-inch release on Fax +49-69/450464, followed by a full-length which mixed more uptempo trance-oriented techno with beatless ambient and experimental soundscapes. A second Datacide release in a similar, though more ambient vein (entitled Datacide II) appeared the following year before Tetsu Inoue and Uwe Schmidt switched gears for their first Rather Interesting release, Flowerhead, an album of laidback ambient-jazz. Ondas, released in 1996, upped Flowerhead's weirdness factor significantly, dwelling for most of the album in channel separation experiments which fused the rhythmic abstraction of Atom Heart's recent solo work with the fizzier, more left-field of Tetsu Inoue's electronic treatments (Tetsu Inoue's girlfriend, Ingrid, even makes an extended cameo on "mouth trumpet").
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PODCD 031 DATacide - Datacide album art DATacide Datacide (Album) Pod Communication PODCD 031 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
PS 08/31 DATacide - Datacide II album art Datacide Datacide II (Album) Fax +49-69/450464 PS 08/31 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
RI 026, RI026 DATacide - Flowerhead album art Datacide Flowerhead (Album) Rather Interesting, Rather Interesting RI 026, RI026 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
RI 040 DATacide - Ondas album art Datacide Ondas (Album) Rather Interesting RI 040 Germany 1996 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

PS 08/32 DATacide - Datacide album art Datacide Datacide(12", Ltd) Fax +49-69/450464 PS 08/32 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
pod 034 DATacide - The Extasy Of Communication album art DATacide The Extasy Of Communication(12", Maxi) Pod Communication pod 034 Germany 1993 Sell This Version