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Tracklist

Electric To Me Turn1:50
The Word (Narration)0:30
Cherubic Hymn2:20
Program Me4:37
War3:43
National Anthem To The Moon2:38
Chant Of The Unborn1:22
Incantation3:15
Angel Child1:01
Word Game3:48
Song Of The Death Machine3:00
Super Nova5:22
Requiem3:21

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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 1970, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Columbia – CS 9991US1970US1970
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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 1970, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Promo
    Columbia – CS 9991US1970US1970
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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 1970, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP
    Columbia – CS 9991Canada1970Canada1970
    New Submission
    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 1970, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP
    Columbia – CS 9991US1970US1970
    New Submission
    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 1970, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Album, Promo, Stereo
    Columbia – CS 9991US1970US1970
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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 2000, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
    Columbia – CS 9991US2000US2000
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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 2007-05-14, CDThe Electric Lucifer
    CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
    The Omni Recording Corporation – OMNI-110Australia2007Australia2007
    1 in Wantlist
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    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 2014-02-01, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Album, Reissue
    The Omni Recording Corporation – OMNI - 176LPAustralia2014Australia2014
    1 in Wantlist
    Cover of The Electric Lucifer, 2016, VinylThe Electric Lucifer
    LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
    Telephone Explosion Records – TER041Canada2016Canada2016
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    • OzKnozz's avatar
      OzKnozz
      ...this is the turning point in the evolution of the human race.
      • salvadory's avatar
        salvadory
        Another cult classic electronic prog rockish oddity from a pioneer of DIY electronics-- with a cover to die for ! Weird fun and like the flaming lips 30 years early!
        • rosecoloredcorner's avatar
          I've never heard an original copy, but the sound quality on this reissue is truly exceptional. It's just a bummer they didn't replicate the original back cover art. The rear cover on this release is generic, lifeless and typical of modern vinyl releases. What gives?
          • iggi_unpop's avatar
            iggi_unpop
            This is so far ahead of its time that some tracks even today sound as if they came from the future! In 2016!
            • ultimathulerecords's avatar
              One for fans of the now well-dated and cheesy synth sounds of 1970. So innovative at the time, this is a bubble into the past, high-end technology meeting what amounts to a bizarre psychedelic rock opera. It'll either bring a gleeful tear to the eye or make you cringe! Maybe one needs a few tabs of LSD to really appreciate it?
              • miximus's avatar
                miximus
                Two errors, to report:

                This Australian LP is a REissue. Note the UPC, 725543917614.

                Now look at the US release. Note the UPC. It is the same.

                The US release is not from a US label. It was imply manufactured in US for the Australian label. I know this because my company was engaged by OMNI Australia to engage the work of pressing with the plant in Santa Monica. By the way, when I tried to change the Australian one to add "Reissue" as a description under LP, it came up with a warning about the credits for the bass/Moog playing. I hadn't touched anything but to add "Reissue." This is very frustrating and makes me wary of attempting to help correct listings I was going to change the Australian listing to Reissue and then merge the US one into it.
                • WooliebuGGer's avatar
                  WooliebuGGer

                  Recorded between 1968-1969 Light-years before his time there was and possibly never will be an album like this. During a time of prime psychedelia winding down and true electronic music to come This relic captures perhaps both and plants a seed of what might become. Truly masterfully crafted and balanced with works spanning psychedelic rock to avant -garde electronic. This piece along with Bruce held the test of time. On a side note Super Nova (good News) might not have come to mind during the time of release, however it truly was ahead of its time and for me the most precious. The Electric Lucifer was a statement as well as a concept album. Bruce also was influential in the electronic development of various musical instruments. He was credited as one of the first to craft the first digital sampler and truly proper vocoder. In addition he made many synths that the concept is still being expanded on today. Most notable was Mr C - An analog synthesizer in the form of a robot and programmed to play music for live audiences (mid 1960's) and Farad - A motion controlled vocoder. Named after Michael Faraday as the vocoder voice found on some of his unique pieces. Hopefully he will in spirit help to influence much more music, and instruments as he has since his work started. If you have not listened to this gem of an album I encourage you to give er' a whirl.