Electric Orange – Orange Commutation [1996]

I think we’ve told you about Electric Orange’s unique sound before. They’re German and they warmly fuse that hard-edged Kraut-Rock forward movement with a deliciously crunchy Hammond organ that’s blended into some liquid psychedelic techno… A fine blend of obtuse dimensions – like Amon Duul meets Transglobal meets Orbital meets Neu meets Eat Static. Mostly it’s that distinctive Seventies German acid experimentation that gives it the edge… well worth you checking it out. –another review at… delerium records.

Track List:
01 – Electripity Chapter 99 (5:21)
02 – Journey Through Wierd Scenes Featuring Cows in Space (Cud Chew) (7:17)
03 – The Return of Eugene, Be Careful (Murderistic Mix) (10:10)
04 – Back in Strange World ( Forbidden re-Mix) (11:12)
05 – Reflections of 2072 and Everywhere (Mirror Mix) (10:45)

– Dirk Jan Müller (Hammond, Rhodes, clavinet, farfisa, synthesizers, Mellotron, tapeloops, voice, vibes, cymbals, drums, percussion)
– Markus Burckhardt (guitars)
– Damien van Helsing (bass)
– Kristina Leu (vocals)
– Frank Burkhardt (guitars)
– Uta Minzberg (flute)
– Ralf Schönenberg (saxophone)
– Öslem (voice on #2 & 5)
– Paul Seek (bass on #1)


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