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Alec Empire - Limited Editions 1990-94 album

Alec Empire - Limited Editions 1990-94 album Performer: Alec Empire
Title: Limited Editions 1990-94
Style: Illbient, Abstract, Techno, Ambient
Date of release: 1994
Country: Germany
Size MP3: 1640 mb
Size FLAC: 1211 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: AC3 MP4 ASF MIDI DTS XM AAC

Complete your Alec Empire collection. I am a fan of this Album. It is one of the strongest Electro moves i know. I have got in my collection since 1994. And will keep it till i die.

Released in 1994 on Mille Plateaux, it is a compilation of tracks previously issued on vinyl by that sublabel's parent, Force In. between 1990 and 1994. All tracks written by Alec Empire.

Compilation album by Alec Empire. Released in 1994 on Mille Plateaux, it is a compilation of tracks previously issued on vinyl by that sublabel's parent, Force In. SuEcide" – 6:34 (previously released on SuEcide P. ).

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Alec Empire (Alexander Wilke) was born in 1972 in West Berlin. At the age of ten he was already a street hero of breakdancing.

Alec Empire (born Alexander Wilke-Steinhof on 2 May 1972 in Charlottenburg, West Berlin) is a German experimental electronic musician who is best known as a founding member of the band Atari Teenage Riot, as well as a prolific and distinguished solo artist, producer and DJ. He has released many albums, EPs and singles, some under aliases, and remixed over seventy tracks for various artists including Björk. He was also the driving force behind the creation of the digital hardcore genre, and founded the record labels Digital Hardcore Recordings and Eat Your Heart Out. Alec Empire. Alec Empire DJing at Throbbing Gristle's 2005–2006 New Year's Eve party. Background information. 1992 – SuEcide P. & P.

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Tracklist

SuEcide 6:34
Sweet 6:09
The Sun Hurts My Eyes 12:06
The Backside Of My Brain 7:58
Dark Woman 5:22
Silver Box 3:23
Chinese Takeaway 5:01
Civilization Virus (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 13:30
When Love Disappears 8:19
Limited 05 3:32

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MP CD 2 Alec Empire Limited Editions 1990-94 ‎(CD, Album, Comp) Mille Plateaux MP CD 2 Germany 1994
MPLP 2 Alec Empire Limited Editions 1990-94 ‎(2xLP, Album, Comp) Mille Plateaux MPLP 2 Germany 1994
MP LP 2 Alec Empire Limited Editions 1990-94 ‎(2xLP, Album, Comp, W/Lbl) Mille Plateaux MP LP 2 Germany 1994
GEIST 008CD Alec Empire Limited Editions 1990-94 ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE) Geist Records GEIST 008CD UK 2000
none Alec Empire Limited Editions 1990-1994 ‎(10xFile, MP3, Comp, RE, VBR) Geist Records none US Unknown


User reviews
Dammy
I am a fan of this Album.It is one of the strongest Electro moves i know. I have got in my collection since 1994. And will keep it till i die.
Zonama
been a fan of Empire's more erratic jungle punk for years. As with age I don't really listen to it as much as i used to but buying this album was a eye opener though and home to some of his best work. Some of his finest compositions reside here- namely "Civilization Virus", "The Sun Hurts My Eyes" and criminally short "Limited 05". I'm dying to get hold of his other mille plateaux releases- namely Generation Star Wars and Low On Ice on vinyl. seems a lot of his stuff put out on that label is expensive gold..
Sironynyr
I find that most of Alec Empires output is hard to stomach. Although I like what he does with his Digital Hardcore material, I find it is largely full of diminishing returns upon repeat listens, and as I get older, I don't particularly want to be bludgeoned over the head continuously for an hour at a time. However, there are real gems in his discography, and thankfully, these were the releases that I was first exposed to. So when I got this album in my mid teens shortly after its release, and shortly after my own discovery of WARP, R & S, GPR et. al I came to know Alec Empire not as the front man of ATR, but rather as a thoughtful and dark exponent of intelligent techno, kindred spirit to RDJ, Locust, Biosphere and the like. Recorded on barebones equipment, which in no ay hinders, and in fact enhances the overall mood and consistency of the record, this is excellently crafted dark techno. Empire had a true knack on this record for creating some very memorable moods, and every track is strong. some of my favorite highlights include the backside of my brain, which sets up a supremely satisfying pulse and moves along nicely in its 8 or so minutes, civilization virus, which is a long tribal ambient piece which gathers momentum and tension as it moves along, and Limited 05, which is a criminally short slice of ambient brilliance, rarely replicated anywhere else in his discography with the exception of the song "the report" from the 3cd comp the Gist of Alec Empire. This whole affair flows brilliantly from start to finish and is a masterpiece of early IDM. The mood is so similar to that of Locust's weathered well that they truly must be regarded as kindred spirits in some fashion. Alec Empire would come close to this brilliance again (Low on Ice, Generation Star wars) but would never match it, nor did he appear to be interested in doing so. I respect his harder stuff, and I respect him as an artist, but this, his first solo long player will always rest in my mind and heart as his best.
krot
Well said! This one made such an impression on me as well. One of the first really good electronic records I ever heard. I'll definitely have to check out the other two discs you mentioned.