Friday Freak-Out: Electric Lucifer

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15 Responses to “Friday Freak-Out: Electric Lucifer”

  1. Anonymous says:

    OH GOd. I’ve never heard this before in my life … but it is CRACKING ME UP!!! I cannot stop laughing! Was this song the inspiration for the name of this site??

  2. lewis stoole says:

    simply delightful. sublime.
    must. have. more!

  3. dr says:

    Holy Cow, I have this on LP; it was one of the first albums I ever bought with my own money. I haven’t listened to it in 35 years at least, but thanks to the reminder will probably clean it up and give it a spin this weekend. It was actually popular enough to warrant digitizing?

  4. Nawel says:

    Both versions are very good. Thanks for this post.

  5. nagabrain says:

    Down For The Real Ambient Music, I see!

  6. Anonymous says:

    sweeet rendition of Bruce Haack by the sound capsule. the whole album is a must hear! its like a missing piece of the puzzle…

  7. SkullHyphy says:

    also check out this interview with DF Tram about the album:
    http://www.strangus.org/?p=103

  8. Anonymous says:

    this is freakin sweet! thanks!

  9. Anonymous says:

    this other sound capsule track at that soundcloud link is great too

    http://soundcloud.com/the-sound-capsule/the-prophet

  10. UncaScrooge says:

    Oh, so it’s a proto-electronic freakout then? Time for some “White Noise”, “United States of America”, “Lothar and the Hand People” and, of course, “Silver Apples”.

  11. Anonymous says:

    just in time for the rapture!!!

  12. monitorhead says:

    The documentary is pretty interesting (saw it on the DOC channel a few years back). Haack: King of Techno.
    Also just as good is the Dimension Mix album, which contains cover of Bruce Haack songs including “Funky Lil Song” done by Beck. pretty fun stuff!

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