Acid Junkies ‎– Paranoid Experience

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Djax-Up-Beats ‎– DJAX-UP-192, Djax-Up-Beats ‎– DJAX-UP-BEATS 192
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Theme From The Acid Junkies
A2 Trainspotter Alert
B1 Acid Engine
B2 Prepared ?
C1 Cocaino
C2 Acid Love Making
C3 Stop-And-Go
D 303 Vs. 101 (Battle At High Speed On The Intergalactic Highway)

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Credits

Notes

℗ & © 1994 Djax Records
Published by MCA/DJAX.

Some copies also included the Acid Junkies bag.

Taken from cover:
Thanx to: Saskia Slegers, Peter & Eon at Nude, London. Peter at Effenaar, Eindhoven. Frank at Sound & Vision. Roland Japan.
Greetings to all Paravictims out there.

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  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJAX-UP-CD5 Acid Junkies Paranoid Experience(CD, Album) Djax-Up-Beats DJAX-UP-CD5 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
DJAX-UP-192, DJAX-UP-BEATS 192 Acid Junkies Paranoid Experience(12", Blu + 12", Yel + Album) Djax-Up-Beats, Djax-Up-Beats DJAX-UP-192, DJAX-UP-BEATS 192 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
DJAX-UP-192, DJAX-UP-BEATS 192 Acid Junkies Paranoid Experience(12", Album, Yel + 12", Album, Bla) Djax-Up-Beats, Djax-Up-Beats DJAX-UP-192, DJAX-UP-BEATS 192 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version

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Bambadeng

Bambadeng

February 12, 2016
edited 7 months ago

"Acid Love Making" uses the same bassline used by Miss Djax in her track "Pinbot" that appeared on the "Mayday - Save The Robots" CD compilation in 1997, then in a slightly variated form. In "Acid Love Making" the bassline is slightly pitched up. Pitch down the track to say -7 and you'll notice the similarity.
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

March 20, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

A red hot release that flies high in the stratosphere and really does take you on a trip on the intergalactic highway. There was A LOT of "acid" music put out between say, 1986 and 1996, when it started getting really stale, and this release somehow forged a uniqueness unrivalled by any others - even some of the earlier "pioneers" of the movement - and simply stands alone within an immense genre. The Acid Junkies gave "acid" a face (literally on their records!) and made it fun to listen to, and still make it fun to listen to. If I had to boil it down to just a few key releases in a movement that spawned zillions of releases, this would be a school-worthy example. These guys practically wrote the book on minimal acid, yet their minimalism wasn't stripped down too far like all the imitators. It was lush and layered and definitely exciting to hear. It all comes down to a few, and the Acid Junkies are there at the top. about 100 on a scale of 1 to 10.