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Sun Electric are a German electronic music group, hailing from Berlin. Their first release was the single "O'Locco" on the Wau! Mr. Modo label in 1990, with numerous subsequent releases on the R&S / Apollo labels throughout the following decade. According to Philipp Sherburne, Sun Electric initially released "straight-ahead Frankfurt trance, but by the mid '90s they were masters of elastic rhythms and silvery leads. Their albums Present and Via Nostra [...] are underrated masterpieces of late-'90s electronica."[1] The band has been influential within techno, trance, ambient and intelligent dance music (IDM) genres.




Sun Electric - 2 Albums


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This Complete List Of Electric Sun Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Electric Sun studio albums. The band Electric Sun was formed by Scorpions guitarist Uli Jon Roth. The brilliant guitarist Uli Jon Roth put the band Electric Sun together after he left the Scorpions in the late 1970s. This is a great band that many people are not aware of. The guitar playing on these albums is amazing. If you never heard the music of this band we highly recommend these albums.


All these spectacular albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Electric Sun album as well as all original album covers. Every Electric Sun album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.


Sun Electric saw the light of day in 1990, with their first 12" O'Locco on Wau! Mr.Modo. and one track Sundance, which appeared on the first Cafe del Mar compilation.After splitting up with the third member in a band called Fischerman's Friend, Max and Tom carried on as Sun Electric.O'Locco got great attention by Alex Paterson, Jimmy Cauty & Youth in London. They considered S.E. to be the inventors of Ambient House. From there a great friendship and collaboration with Thomas Fehlmann and The Orb started, which lasts until today. In 1994 The Orb released Pomme Fritz - a collaboration between The Orb and S.E.After being stuck with a record deal at ZTT records, which didn't lead to any releases, Sun Electric found a new label: R&S in Gent, Belgium.O'Locco got re-released and a double 12" followed, then the first album Kitchen came out in 1993. The first big tour in England, opening for The Orb, took place in late 1993.The artwork for all covers on R&S until the last S.E. release in 1998 was done by Designers Republic, who added an outstanding visual aspect to the music.Three more studio albums were released, Aaah! (94), Present (96) and Via Nostra (98) and one live ambient-album 30-7-94, recorded that day in a park in Copenhagen.For a full discography, please visit: www.discogs.comThe years 1993-98 saw the band touring all over Europe, Japan, US and Chile. After the release of Via Nostra the band took a turn to freeform improvised live music, got more into programming with MAX/MSP and changed their name to S.E.Berlin.One vinyl release on the shortliving label Bad Orb followed, then Max and Tom decided to end the project.Seven years of individual projects went by. Then Tom discovered an old CDR at a friend's house on the Canary Island Lanzarote, which Max and Tom had left there in the year 2000. It had a bunch of unreleased tracks on it from that time. Listening back to it came out as a surprise: they still sounded good and fresh, even quite special in the new musical context of 2007.Worth releasing? Yeah!Lost and Found came out on Shitkatapult in October 2007.


Elvis changes jobs again, going to work for Crown Electric Company. At Crown, he does various jobs, including driving a delivery truck and delivering supplies to job sites. He also goes to night school and studies to be an apprentice electrician.


May 6, 1969, Olympic Sound Studios, 3:00 pm-4:00 am- 36 takes of the basic track of "You Never Give Me Your Money" were recorded, consisting of Paul on piano and guide vocal, Ringo on drums, John on distorted electric guitar and George on chiming electric guitar put through a Leslie amp. A rough stereo mix was also created.


July 25, 1969, Abbey Road Studios- Overdubbing of vocals, piano and organ onto take 35 of "Sun King" and "Mean Mr. Mustard."Also today, the Fabs recorded 39 takes of "Polythene Pam" and "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window." "Polythene Pam" started with John sharply jabbing on a 12-string acoustic guitar and "Bathroom WIndow" ended with Paul's line, "...on the phone to me. Oh yeah." The basic track consisted of bass guitar (Paul), drums (Ringo), electric guitar (George) and acoustic guitar (John). The also recorded off-microphone guide vocals by Paul and John.Then, in a late night session, the lead vocal, bass guitar and drums were overdubbed onto Take 39.


July 28, 1969, Abbey Road Studios, 2:30-8:30 pm- Overdubbing of another lead vocal, more guitars, random percussion, electric piano and ordinary piano onto "Polythene Pam" and "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window." A reduction mix was also made.


August 1, 1969, Abbey Road Studios, 2:30-10:30 pm- 23 takes of the basic rhythm track for "Because" were recorded, with George Martin playing harpsichord, John playing the electric guitar riff and Paul on bass. Ringo tapped out a beat on the hi-hat, but this was only for the musicians' headphones. It was not recorded on tape.


Ra had been making albums for his own label Saturn for a decade by the time this one slipped out via ESP-Disk, but this was the first to make a wide impact due not only to the unprecedented nature of the music (some tracks sound closer to Tibetan Buddhist music than anything being played in the America at the time) but also to the fact that ESP-Disk, a tiny label making a big noise at the time, actually got distributed outside of Chicago and New York and even made a splash internationally. Ra was on the vinyl map and never looked back. Next stop, Jupiter. (KS)


At the close of the 60s, the modal idea became the foundation of fusion jazz. It proved the same for a number of rock groups, such as the Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead and Santana, that used the electric guitar as the solo instrument of choice, and set the standard for generations of jam-oriented bands to follow.


Absolutely ISB should be on here, especially the early albums like Wee Tam & the Big Huge, Changing Horses and The 10,000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion (the latter of which has the trippiest album cover EVER).


The first two albums of Ultimate Spinach, The group Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Mad River, The Fraternity of Man, of Course Quicksilver Messenger Service.From Germany Ash Ra Temple with Manuel Gottsching. Also, from England, Quintessence.There are quite a lot not mentioned!


I was 17 (Soon to turn 70, ugh) during the Summer of Love & worked in a record store so I got first listen to all the new albums & turned on my friends to many of the greats ones even before radio play.


A healthy chunk of those sales comes from reissues of classic albums by everyone from The Doors to Dylan. However, collectors know the real vinyl money lies in original pressings and rare vinyl records. And so, we've compiled a list of the 35 most valuable vinyl records. They are worth over a combined $2 million and would make the crew from "High Fidelity" drool.


Led Zeppelin was hands down the biggest band of the 1970s. They've sold an estimated 200 million-300 million copies of their albums and at one point had six consecutive albums hit the Billboard Hot 200 at No. 1.


One of Cobain's bandmates, Dave Grohl, went on to found rock supergroup Foo Fighters several years later, and they have won 15 Grammy Awards (the most of any American band) and sold over 32 million albums worldwide.


After the release of "Thriller" in 1982, Jackson did not release another album until "Bad" in 1987. Jackson, who died in 2009 at 50 years old, has sold an estimated 400 million copies of his albums worldwide.


Typically, it's record companies that cancel albums and singles at the eleventh hour. But in this case, it was the late, great Prince himself who reportedly had a bad experience on MDMA, suddenly decided his own record was "evil" and paid Warner Bros. to recall the entire 500,000-copy run.


A healthy chunk of those sales comes from reissues of classic albums by everyone from The Doors to Dylan. However, collectors know the real vinyl money lies in original pressings and rare vinyl records. And so, we've compiled a list of the 35 most valuable vinyl records. They are worth over a combined $2 million and would make the crew from \"High Fidelity\" drool.


In 1984, the top two albums in the world were Michael Jackson's \"Thriller\" and Van Halen's \"1984.\" Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen had a surprising amount of influence on the success of both.


After the release of \"Thriller\" in 1982, Jackson did not release another album until \"Bad\" in 1987. Jackson, who died in 2009 at 50 years old, has sold an estimated 400 million copies of his albums worldwide.


Typically, it's record companies that cancel albums and singles at the eleventh hour. But in this case, it was the late, great Prince himself who reportedly had a bad experience on MDMA, suddenly decided his own record was \"evil\" and paid Warner Bros. to recall the entire 500,000-copy run.


  • Unclassifiable The 1970 album Songs of the Humpback Whale was the first album released to the public featuring nothing but sounds of singing whales. Yes, whales have been around for centuries, so in that sense this album didn't offer anything new, except for the fact that humans had always believed these animals were mute. To hear them actually produce sounds was a big surprise to many listeners in 1970.

  • Le siège de Corinthe isn't really an album, but with it Gioachino Rossini changed from his old Italian bel canto operatic style to the grand opéra style that dominated Paris for the next forty years. He wrote three more works in this style, then faded from the operatic spotlight after William Tell.

  • Likewise, Giuseppe Verdi saw his style shift around the time he wrote the "new sound opera" Macbeth, where he shifted away from the Donizetti-and-Bellini-land and more toward the Verdian tone. By the time Rigoletto fully established his name in 1851, his previous sound was gone, and comparing many albums of his operas will show the difference.

  • The Happy Video Game Nerd: Thatz a Rap.

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