Richard B* / Steve RachmadSuperman / Legacy Of The Lost World

Richard Brown - Superman / Legacy Of The Lost World album cover
Label:Music Man Records – MM - 100
Vinyl, 12", Picture Disc, 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Electro, Ambient


ARichard B*Superman10:02
BSteve RachmadLegacy Of The Lost World10:00


2000 copies pressed.

The picture on the release only mentions the A-side track. Artists, titles and catalog number can be found in runouts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): EC002A00 MM - 100 A DMM RICHARD BROWN - SUPERMAN
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): EC002A00 MM - 100 B DMM STEVE RACHMAD - LEGACY OF THE LOST WORLD



  • arbalester's avatar
    Any news about repress for this magic ? ? ? ?
    • shaft9000's avatar
      Edited 2 years ago
      This Rachmad piece is great, get it.
      The other title is rather misleading, though. (And I"m not thrilled to be the finger-wagging pendant ) Laurie Anderson is the composer of 'Oh Superman', and not some "dick brown" character. While Anderson incorporates elements from a 19thC opera into her piece, it is wholly HERS in execution and material - while this remix..... is not. Was that name a cheap bum-wad joke or what - well, whatever the case - better to give proper credit and don't act snakey, Music Man.
      • Deejie1's avatar
        Richard Brown's track, for me, is way under appreciated but the reason why i bought this release. So different to MM's usual releases, but listening to the vocals it's both hypnotizing and relaxing, a beautiful, emotional, delicate piece of music.
        • DreMwlano's avatar
          Edited 6 years ago
          Richard B side is really not my cup of tea, but the Rachmad is classic Rachmad, beautiful beatless ambient techno in the Apollo records vein. Similar in key and style to the masterpiece "It's All gone Pearshaped" by Digital Justice. Too similar for me to really love it, in fact. Top work as always from the maestro, but in my opinion not as compelling as the above
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          • Smirnoff's avatar
            The B track "Legacy Of The Lost World" may have almost the same title as '"Legacy Of A Lost World" on My Preparation, it's not the same track. There are some similar sound elements on both tracks but are definitely different tracks.
            • cyberhippie's avatar
              Edited 18 years ago
              First of all, nice slice of vinyl!!
              Not digging the "Richard Brown" track though.. Get's me a bit nervous to be honest, sounds like a pitched up version of "Moments In Love" by "Art Of Noise", but without the warmth and deepness of that tune.
              Other side by Steve Rachmad is simply genius!!
              It took me by surprise because all I knew of him was music with a beat, but this track is just amazing. Very atmospheric, ambient, techno-ish and highly energetic but without real drums.
              Thrilling track by Steve..!
              • perigoso's avatar
                Richard Brown did a great minimal electro version of Laurie Anderson´s classic "O Superman" - it´s basically the original song with a wonderful fat electro loop which goes on forever. Hypnotizing and sounds great on a good sound system.
                • Gerben's avatar
                  The atmospheric track by Steve Rachmad is just amazing, I really love it. It's a great intro to begin a mix, or just to listen to it. But I think the other side with the electro-track by richard ... stinks. It's not my thing and even if it would be then this track would certainly not be a good one. It's thanks to Mr. Rachmad that I bought this vinyl.


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