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Bruce Haack - The Electric Lucifer
Bruce Haack
The Electric Lucifer
LP | 1970 | US | Reissue (Telephone Explosion)
26,99 €*
Release:1970 / US – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bruce Haack’s The Electric Lucifer is rightly considered one of the masterworks of 20th century electronic music. Originally recorded in 1968-69 (released in 1970) it's an eminently listenable work where pop-psychedelia and Moog/musique-concrete sounds coalesce around Haack’s central metaphysical concept of “Powerlove”, a force so powerful that it could end war and unify humankind. Acclaimed upon its original release (one of Rolling Stone's favorite albums of 1970) yet unavailable on vinyl for over four decades. Remastered and restored from the “lost” original master tapes discovered in the Columbia vault.
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Bruce Haack - Haackula
Bruce Haack
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Telephone Explosion)
30,39 €* 37,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A reissue of Bruce Haack's cult masterpiece Haackula for the first time on vinyl. Includes the full Haackula album, along with the eight-minute Russell Simmons' (RUN DMC) co-produced electro banger "Party Machine." An essential piece in every minimal synth, experimental, outsider electro collection. Limited edition of 1,000 copies.
Bruce Haack - Electric Lucifer Book II
Bruce Haack
Electric Lucifer Book II
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Telephone Explosion)
15,59 €* 25,99 € -40%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"The albums of Canadian synth wizard, Bruce Haack, might not have gotten the widespread love and attention they deserved upon their initial releases in the '60s and '70s, but they've nevertheless proven immensely influential and timeless, despite their use of dated technology. Even with various reissues of his work in the past decade, though, a lot of Haack's work is still hard to come by. The sequel to his now-revered 1970 LP Electric Lucifer, Electric Lucifer: Song Book II first arrived in 1979 but hasn't been very available on western shores since then. Telephone Explosion, a label from Haack's native land, is rectifying that dilemma, having announced a nice new pressing of that Electric Lucifer: Song Book II. The record treads similar sonic ground to its predecessor, but Haack had clearly processed the music of the '70s when he made it, filling this sequel with some deep funk, prog, sound collage, and jazz fusion tidbits."—Adhoc
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