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The Return to the Acid Planet

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Released  June 2005
Length  43:19
Release date  June 2005
Recorded  1995 to 2005
Artist  Funkstörung
Label  !K7 Records
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Genres  Intelligent dance music, Acid house
Producers  Michael Fakesch, Chris de Luca
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The Return to the Acid Planet is an album released by German IDM artists Funkstörung in 2005. It commemorates the duo's 10th anniversary as recording artists, and consists of new versions of unreleased early tracks as well as some new tracks in the same style. Even though it sounds very much like acid house, Funkstörung replaced most of the original straight beats with breakbeats. The album sounds very technical and synthetic, with only sparse voice samples added to the 303 basslines and 808 beats. Funkstörung have noted that they didn't use real vintage hardware for the record, but virtual instruments that sounded quite the same.

Contents

The album is only available as limited edition double vinyl (!K7 Records catalogue number !K7186LP) and in the iTunes Music Store. Funkstörung have stated that "there are enough CDs already". No singles have been released, although there is a music video for "Punk Motherfucker".

Track listing

  1. "Wearing Old Armani" – 5:47
  2. "AP1108" – 1:10
  3. "Shuffled & Buffered" – 4:04
  4. "Commodore C128D" – 4:32
  5. "AP1106" – 1:09
  6. "More & More & More" – 4:48
  7. "Punk Motherfucker" – 5:11
  8. "B2401" – 1:02
  9. "The Nipple Twist" – 4:29
  10. "CB/DC" – 4:39
  11. "You Go' Funk" – 4:14
  12. "AP1105" – 2:14

Songs

1Wearing Old Armani5:47
2AP11081:10
3Shuffled & Buffered4:04

References

The Return to the Acid Planet Wikipedia


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