|A||Twelve Miles High||11:22|
|B1||Milk & Honey||4:57|
|B2||The Jealous Guy From Memphis||6:37|
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Sources disagree on the release date. The announced street date (per Juno) was 27 Jan 1997, and it presumably has 1996 phonographic copyrights just because all three songs were already released on the 1996 album. Meanwhile, a semi-official J. Burger fan site said (in 2000) that all three 12"s (this one, Part 1, and Bring Trance Back To Las Vegas) were from 1996.
- Barcode (Scanned): 724386226365
- Barcode (Text): 7 24386 22636 5
- Label Code: LC 1305
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 862 263 6- 1A [W stamped]
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 862 263 6 -B1 [W stamped]
- On the player after decades. And it is getting not old! Classic 12inch far better than the other volume
- Edited 5 months agoThe nice people at Harvest put perhaps the best three tracks from the [Las Vegas] album on this EP so that one might realistically afford them 26 years after release. "Twelve Miles High" is one of the all-time dub techno trips. "Milk and Honey" prefigures the subtle, melodic micro house sound we all fell in love with in the early 2010s. And I give it up to WaxFinderGeneral on "The Jealous Guy From Memphis". I think I'm pronouncing it timeless 15 years on.
- Edited 15 years agoSublime ambient techno from two of Germany's more accomplished producers. The music here is seriously deep, superly crafted tracks that are close sounding to Aphex Twin's Ambient Works 1. Just check the last track, 'The Jealous Guy From Memphis', surreal melodies, subtle breakbeats and endless reverbs all combine to create a lush listen. 10 years on and they still hit the spot, late night classics.