Genre/Influences: Acid, Techno.
Format: Digital, Vinyl.
Background/Info: “Acid-A-Gogo” is the meeting between two legendary artists from the Belgian Acid scene. They joined hands to produce four tracks.
Content: “Acid-A-Gogo” sounds much more than simply Acid music; it’s a mix of Acid as main ingredient together with other elements like EBM and Trance.
+ + + : I like the diversity of the work; kind of ‘free Acid style’. There’s a great EBM touch on top of “Baghwa” while “The Cosmic Revolution” has a menacing atmosphere.
– – – : Both last cuts are less inspired and a bit too soft to my taste.
Conclusion: An interesting collaboration between great names although I expected a bit more out of it.
Best songs: “Baghwa”, “The Cosmic Revolution”.
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