Albums

TEC 028 LP Chris Liberator - Set Fire album art Chris Liberator Set Fire (Album) TeC TEC 028 LP UK 2000 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

CC 022 Chris Liberator - Break It Down / Avenger album art Tasha Killer Pussies & Chris Liberator Tasha Killer Pussies & Chris Liberator - Break It Down / Avenger(12", Ltd) Choci's Chewns CC 022 UK 1995 Sell This Version
5021 BAG Chris Liberator - Spectrum album art Chris Liberator Spectrum Bag 5021 BAG UK 1995 Sell This Version
SMT 10 Chris Liberator - System Test EP album art Chris Liberator System Test EP (EP) Smitten SMT 10 UK 1997 Sell This Version
KULT 18 Chris Liberator - Soul Mantra / Black Star Rising album art Chris Liberator Soul Mantra / Black Star Rising(12") Prolekult KULT 18 UK 1997 Sell This Version
KULT 24 Chris Liberator - Typhoon album art Chris Liberator Typhoon Prolekult KULT 24 UK 1998 Sell This Version
CSR 98024 Chris Liberator - Soul Mantra album art Chris Liberator Soul Mantra Casseopaya Recordings CSR 98024 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
OTW 009 Chris Liberator - In Cold Blood album art Chris Liberator & Nick Spice Chris Liberator & Nick Spice - In Cold Blood Off The Wall OTW 009 UK 1998 Sell This Version
CSR 98021 Chris Liberator - Black Star Rising / Typhoon album art Chris Liberator Black Star Rising / Typhoon(12") Casseopaya Recordings CSR 98021 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
TLOVE 5 Chris Liberator - Future album art John Truelove, Chris Liberator & D.A.V.E. The Drummer John Truelove, Chris Liberator & D.A.V.E. The Drummer - Future(12") Truelove Electronic Communications TLOVE 5 UK 1998 Sell This Version
SMT 26 Chris Liberator - Techno Purists Suck On This / Test 4 album art Chris Liberator Techno Purists Suck On This / Test 4(12") Smitten SMT 26 UK 1998 Sell This Version
VCF 020 Chris Liberator - Science Of Acid album art Chris Liberator, Geezer & DJ Mishka Chris Liberator, Geezer & DJ Mishka - Science Of Acid Voltage Controlled Frequencies (VCF) VCF 020 UK 1999 Sell This Version
TEC 51 Chris Liberator - Set Fire (Remix) album art Chris Liberator Set Fire (Remix) TeC TEC 51 UK 2000 Sell This Version
TEC C Chris Liberator - The Heart Of Trance album art Chris Liberator The Heart Of Trance(12") TeC TEC C UK 2000 Sell This Version
BIO 013 Chris Liberator - Irrational Discharge album art Chris Liberator, Rowland The Bastard & Rob Triptomyne* Chris Liberator, Rowland The Bastard & Rob Triptomyne* - Irrational Discharge(12") Bionic Orange BIO 013 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CNB22 Chris Liberator - The Key album art Oberon* & Harding* vs. OS/2 & Chris Liberator Oberon* & Harding* vs. OS/2 & Chris Liberator - The Key(12") Chug N Bump Records CNB22 UK 2000 Sell This Version
ORANGE 151 Chris Liberator - Orange 151 album art Chris Liberator & Ant / Chris Liberator & Android Chris Liberator & Ant / Chris Liberator & Android - Orange 151(12") Maximum / Minimum ORANGE 151 UK 2000 Sell This Version
SKY 314 Chris Liberator - Sky 314 album art Chris Liberator & Guy McAffer / Chris Liberator & Ben Balafonic Chris Liberator & Guy McAffer / Chris Liberator & Ben Balafonic - Sky 314 Maximum / Minimum SKY 314 UK 2001 Sell This Version
12BON001 Chris Liberator - X.X.X album art Chris Liberator & Android Chris Liberator & Android - X.X.X Bang On 12BON001 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ROUTE 40 Chris Liberator - Unintelligent album art Immersion* vs Chris Liberator & Dave Elasticman Immersion* vs Chris Liberator & Dave Elasticman - Unintelligent(12") Routemaster Records ROUTE 40 UK 2001 Sell This Version
PROCESS BLACK Chris Liberator - Process Black album art Chris Lib* And Pounding Grooves Chris Lib* And Pounding Grooves - Process Black(12") Maximum / Minimum PROCESS BLACK UK 2001 Sell This Version
PROCESS YELLOW Chris Liberator - Process Yellow album art Chris Liberator & Rob Tryptomene / Guy McAffer Chris Liberator & Rob Tryptomene / Guy McAffer - Process Yellow(12") Maximum / Minimum PROCESS YELLOW UK 2001 Sell This Version
PLATINUM 8080 Chris Liberator - MAXMIN 022 album art Chris Liberator & Rowland The Bastard Chris Liberator & Rowland The Bastard - MAXMIN 022 Maximum / Minimum PLATINUM 8080 UK 2002 Sell This Version
COOL GREY 7 Chris Liberator - Cool Grey 7 album art Chris Liberator & Dave Elasticman / Meltdown Mickey & 69db Chris Liberator & Dave Elasticman / Meltdown Mickey & 69db - Cool Grey 7(12") Maximum / Minimum COOL GREY 7 UK 2002 Sell This Version
SMT 56 Chris Liberator - One Million 909 Kick Drums / This Sound album art Chris Liberator One Million 909 Kick Drums / This Sound(12", W/Lbl) Smitten SMT 56 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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Mr.TomServo

Mr.TomServo

January 31, 2021
edited 5 months ago
I won't repeat what everyone has said (though I really want to, because the man truly is a living, breathing acid-techno legend), but I would like to highlight that he's a super-cool dude aside from his music. I only know him from long-distance---I've been ordering from SUF's website since early doors, and I've had the pleasure of interacting with Chris (and Aaron) a few times through messages, and he's just a class act on a personal level too.

Heck, I ordered a record from SUF for the first time in a while (maybe 6-8 months) at the end of 2020, and Chris included a hand-written note on the invoice that it was nice to see me ordering again, and he hoped I was doing well in crazy times. Well, I'm happy to report that I am indeed, Chris, and don't ever change, man. Legend! (shit, I repeated what everyone else said twice, lol)
exiledmancunian

exiledmancunian

August 7, 2015
A true legend, and one of my greatest influences.

I only ever managed to play alongside him on one occasion (way back in 2000) when a last-minute change in line-up meant that I was to play just before his headlining set. A night I will never forget, not ever :)
Aggie_Acid_Line

Aggie_Acid_Line

January 8, 2014
I have only one thing to say.....the man is a legend :) Addicted to his music forever x
devin306

devin306

May 17, 2013
edited over 8 years ago
If you want to stay up forever and dance your ass off this is the man with your soundtrack.

Growing up with the P.P.M. in Saskatoon, SK during the 90s I got to hear Chris do live PA as part of Ha-Lo and spin his own style of hard acid techno on many occasions. Many great sets, especially @ WEMF Toronto and in a parka and gloves on the coldest Canada day ever in Saskatoon, but the most special was in '03 at the Cosmo Senior's Center in Saskatoon (a hand crafted banner on the wall reads "There are no strangers here, only friends you haven't met.") with a crowd of ~50 people and Chris gave us nearly three hours of relentless energy to dance and lose ourselves in the mix. The promoter failed to cover expenses, Chris played for free and hung out all night like the family reunion it was. A class act always.

The used market for Hard Acid Techno vinyl is poor, and I hope someday soon Chris & DAVE do a couple box-set re-issues, limited edition with a pair of slipmats. Check out "Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss - United Colors of Techno & The Sound Of London Acid Techno" for some great loops in the meantime.
maroko

maroko

November 19, 2009
edited over 12 years ago
October 30th 2009 in Zagreb's Boogaloo club was the first time I listened to Chris Knowles (aka Chris Liberator) live. Plain and simple, he annihilated the dance floor. It is not often we get members of London's legendary and pivotal Stay Up Forever collective down here, so every opportunity I get to attend a gig they're at - you can count me in.
Back to Chris. Production wise he is a well known and respected underground legend, a pioneer in London's squat scene, with countless acid techno classics tucked under his belt, as well as (more recently) harder, no nonsense techno bangers, like the stuff you can hear on Henry Cullen's Hydraulix imprint. Numerous remixes, collaborations and involvements in many projects marked his constant presence on the scene, but above all, his dedication and determination to always deliver the raw, fresh and plain different music is breath taking. Never venturing into mainstream waters, at least not intentionally, his productions are sharp and very (hate me for saying it) danceable. Favorites remain to this day the frenetic and pumping X-Ray O.K. recorded under the Star Power moniker, Cat's Eye, released on the "Typhoon EP" released on Prolekult (KULT 24) in 1998, and the toss-your-hands-up-in-the-air take on D.O.M.'s Acid War!
After the aforementioned party was over, I had the chance to run into him at the bar, and we had a nice fifteen minute chat about the history of acid music, the classics, the ups and downs of today's scene and so forth... A very down to earth, friendly and communicative guy. I gotta thank him for all the info about the music and so forth. Above all, a big amount of respect for carving his name into our ears, and for delivering such a powerful and furious set, at these times when it seems the slower and bleaker music you play, the more chances you have entering that top 100 DJ list.
Great guy, don't miss the chance to catch him live.

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