Rhythm DeviceAcid Rock

Label:Music Man Records – MMI 8911
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Hard Beat, New Beat


AAcid Rock5:20
BAcid Rock5:35

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Artist credited as:
Rhythm Device on sleeve, Rhythem Divice on labels.
Frank De Wulf on sleeve, De Wulf F. on labels.
Guy De Vynck on sleeve, Devynck G. on labels.

Side A is the vocal side, side B is the instrumental side.

Recorded at DK Studio Destelbergen
Thanks to Gaetan Pol Rudy Anne

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): MMI-8911-A₁ FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): MMI-8911-B₁
  • Rights Society: SABAM TM

Other Versions (5 of 9)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Acid Rock (Remix) (12", 45 RPM)Music Man RecordsMMI 8911 RBelgium1989
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Acid Rock (7")Music Man RecordsMMI 8912Belgium1989
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Acid Rock (CD, Maxi-Single)Music Man Records, Music Man Records, Music Man RecordsMMI 8917, CDMMI 8911, CD MMI 8911Belgium1989
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Acid Rock (12", Mispress)Music Man Records, Music Man RecordsMMI 8911, MMI 8911 RBelgium1989
Acid Rock (Remix) (12", 45 RPM)USA Import MusicMMI 8911 RBelgium1989



  • pahutski's avatar
    This linked music for "Acid Rock" video is goddamn hilarious.
    • 8892sales's avatar
      Edited 10 years ago
      I happen to disagree with reviewer in the link below.

      Techno, new beat and electronic would be exactly the words that come to mind hehe :) Shows how subjective music style and taste is. Too damn ravey and not camp enough to be industrial in the traditional sense imo. Yes, it's obviously influenced by that genre but it's also way past it at this point. I've even heard some call it hardcore, to me that's closer a description than industrial. EBM is even closer than industrial.

      Anyhow, there I go again getting bogged down with semantics. It's an absolute rocker. Loved it when it first came out in 1989 during the second summer of love warehouse period. But then went through a stage in the '90s of thinking it was a bit cheesy as we all became slightly pretentious, grown up and serious (don't mind admitting it) when we moved into the likes of minimal, deep house and "intelligent" techno - damn I hate that phrase. Over the years my appreciation of it has grown once more and rates up there with the rest of the warehouse anthems. I've never been very keen on the remix though with the "Deep Purple" intro, now that is cheesy.

      P.S. This record has nothing to do with acid, acid house or the 303. Just thought I'd add another of my 2 Cents there as I'm feeling a tad generous :P
      • iljin1's avatar
        Hardcore newbeat.


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