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The Moody Boys - Acid Rappin / Acid Heaven flac album

The Moody Boys - Acid Rappin / Acid Heaven flac album Performer: The Moody Boys
Title: Acid Rappin / Acid Heaven
Style: Acid House
Released: 1988
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1451 mb
FLAC album: 1246 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: VOX MP3 TTA WAV ASF MP1 DTS
Genre: Electronic

I remember "Acid Heaven" being played at the 'Car Wash' Lambeth bridge by Mr "Brian G" in summer 88 whilst on one or three. All seemed normal and tunes like these made perfect sense at the time! This tune, R+R's 'Acid Off A Way' and Pilot Jones 'Fall Out Of Love' Proper Acid House for proper Acid Ted's. The B-side is my favourite all time acid house track, mainly because while fully bonafide acid house, it was unlike any other acid house of it's time. While Phuture were the source and masters and set the structure of the scene and mode of music this ignored that set rule and boy does it stay the test of time.

Album by The Moody Boys. Feeling Hot Hot Hot by The Merrymen (1984). was sampled in. Doughnut Dollies by HNO3 (1988).

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Acid Rappin, Acid Heaven.

Tracks in release Acid Rappin, Acid Heaven. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. Acid Rappin' (Original Mix). 123 bpm, 8A, A minor, 1998-07-01, House, 0 3. The Moody Boys. 2. Acid Rappin' (Coky's Mix) (Original Mix). 3. Acid Heaven (Holy Mix) (Original Mix). 126 bpm, 8A, A minor, 1998-07-01, House, 0 3.

Moody Boys - Acid Heaven 03:32. Regenerator - Organism 03:51. Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls (Acid House Mix) ZYX 1992 07:05. Acid Reign - Bully Boy Lucifer's Hammer (Demo) 03:15. Dragdilla - acid boy 02:14.

The Moody Boys (and later, Moody Boyz) was a UK house music production and remix outfit active since 1988, consisting of Tony Thorpe and, until 1992, Jimmy Cauty. The Moody Boys, Moody Boyz. Beginning in 1988 with the single "Acid Rappin'", Tony Thorpe and The KLF co-founder Jimmy Cauty produced dance music that incorporated elements of techno, dub, acid house, hip hop, drum and bass and African music. Their 1991 single "Funky Zulu" is considered a house classic. The Moody Boys' original releases were complemented by duties as the authorised remixers of The KLF's highly-charting singles "3 . Eternal", "What Time Is Love?" and "Last Train to Trancentral"

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Acid Rappin'
Featuring – Rhyme & ReasonWritten-By – Rhyme & Reason, The Moody Boys
5:13
B1 Acid Rappin' (Coky's Mix)
Written-By – Rhyme & Reason, The Moody Boys
5:05
B2 Acid Heaven (Holy Mix)
Written-By – The Moody Boys
5:33

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beggars Banquet
  • Copyright (c) – Beggars Banquet
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – City Beat
  • Copyright (c) – City Beat
  • Pressed By – Damont
  • Mastered At – Musitech
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Produced For – Citybeat Records

Credits

  • Compiled By, Concept By [Conceived By] – Tony Thorpe
  • Engineer – Serge Glansberg*
  • Lacquer Cut By – JA*
  • Producer, Mixed By – The House Addicts*
  • Sleeve – Five Point, Tony Thorpe

Notes

Produced and mixed by The House Addicts for Citybeat Records
℗ 1988 Beggars Banquet/Citybeat
© 1988 Beggars Banquet/Citybeat
Made in England

Special thanks to HRH "What's the chance of a Knighthood".

Plated at Musitech.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 423067
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): CBE 1230 A-1 MT1 JA DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): CBE 1230 B-1 MT1 DAMONT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CBE 1230 The Moody Boys Acid Rappin' / Acid Heaven ‎(12", Promo) City Beat CBE 1230 UK 1988
CBE 730 The Moody Boys Acid Rappin' ‎(7") City Beat CBE 730 UK 1988


Comments: (10)
Quinthy
Both mixes of Acid Rappin would've been a whole lot better if all the unnecessary samples magically disappeared. Basically all of them as they're ALL unnecessary, and the rap / vocals didn't exist. Any instrumentals circulating around at all? Didn't think so. It's a shame, as the TB-303 available is quite thick and spangled out. Unfortunately some DJs did play these tracks out a bit too often back in the day. I'll repeat what I said before. Still a shame there are no dub/instrumentals.Not sure if I can add anything meaningful about Acid Heaven as others have already concisely covered everything relevant already. But I'll try, even though I'll be pretty much reiterating anyway.Brilliant tripped out, hypnotic reverbed, flanged acid. Takes you on a journey. I love the subtle synth work on this aswell. Sounds like most of us felt at the time. Gooey eyed, with shit eating grins, bug eyed, chilled yet elated and energised. One of the much better proper UK acid house gems.
Thozius
Pure British acid from only genuine summer of love 2 year of 88, underrated and a must have for collectors.Acid Heaven is best track, very hypnotic. Sounding very much like Garden Of Eden acid track too!
Castiel
"We don't know about inhabited planets, but we know about heaven."
JUST DO IT
Acid Heaven is the killer cut on this 12. And, until today, didn't know they were Addis. I can feel the link now. Trance inducing never ending 303.
Lanadrta
Just scooped this up in a UK second hand record shop for one pound!!One hours digging resulting in a few tunes like this piece of acidic black crack made it all worthwhile.
Precious
Great review and from someone who was obviously there in 1988. Makes a change from all these comments on Youtube and here from people saying "blah blah Shoom" or even worse "blah blah Hacienda" then you see they would have been 14 at the time (all they were doing was taping the dance tracks of the Top 40 I should imagine - and obviously got on the scene in the hardcore days of the early 90s and want to pretend they were there for acidhouse) when as anyone who was there in 1988 knows most of us were 18-25 - Happy Hardcore style youth clubs the parties were most defintely not. Slightly irrelevant rant over!
Dilmal
"Acid Heaven" Deserves to be much more well known. Love the Phuture style vox on that track too. essential.
I'm a Russian Occupant
Picture this: Spring/Summer 1988, California Sunrise's, Nut Nut's, Ohm's. Sitting in base bins with machines bellowing smoke. Dayglow bras, happy people everywhere and the Old Bill Shop right next door! I remember "Acid Heaven" being played at the 'Car Wash' Lambeth bridge by Mr "Brian G" in summer 88 whilst on one or three. All seemed normal and tunes like these made perfect sense at the time! This tune, R+R's 'Acid Off A Way' and Pilot Jones 'Fall Out Of Love' Proper Acid House for proper Acid Ted's. Aceeeeeed
Zeleence
The B-side is my favourite all time acid house track, mainly because while fully bonafide acid house, it was unlike any other acid house of it's time. While Phuture were the source and masters and set the structure of the scene and mode of music this ignored that set rule and boy does it stay the test of time. I could happily never listen to the A-sides though.
Ishnllador
'Acid Heaven' hunt this record down just for this flipside track! It's a beautiful, dreamy piece of hypnotic acid house. Unbelievably underrated and mysterious, could play this strange and lovely record all night. Hunt this one down and roll one!