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Acid Scout - Pot / Junkyard Album

Acid Scout - Pot / Junkyard Album

Performer: Acid Scout
Title: Pot / Junkyard
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: db 42
Label: Disko B
Released: 24 Mar 1996
Style: Acid, Experimental
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 303




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
db 42Acid Scout Pot / Junkyard ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Disko Bdb 42Germany1996


  • Mastered ByAndy Mellwig
  • Producer, Written-ByRichard Bartz


(c) 1996 Sub-Up-Records MVLG/GEMA.
(p) 1996 Disko B.
German distribution: EFA-Medien
UK distribution: SRD


  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8153


  • Copyright (c) – Sub-Up-Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Disko B
  • Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering
  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA 12282-6
  • Distributed By – SRD


Reviews (3)
Undoubtedly a great album, my favorite side is Pot, great rhythms of pure techno, if yours is the techno can not miss this album in your suitcase.

Had this one for a while now, and I'd totally forgot about it. No wonder why, though. I found it a totally useless release, but then again I've never been much of a Richard Bartz fan. The A side track, Pot (played at 33rpm), is a seven minute techno piece whih never actually achieves anything. Too repetitive and boring to captivate or gain any recognition, be it in a club or on the dance floor. It has the exactly same few sounds used in a pretty unimaginative way from start to finish. Nothing experimental here, as far as I'm concerned, and even the techno label tarnishes that name. Flip it on the B side, and you have Junkyard, preferably to be played at 45rpm, as if spun on 33, it just crawls too much, meaning that your tortures will be longer than they could have been otherwise - and without reason too. A pretty wicked track at the beginning, with broken beats and strange vocals, starts out pretty promising, but then it falls into the trap of the A side track, meaning it repeats itself way beyond any point of welcome. It's a slower number too, so chances are non-existent you'll ever get away with dropping this one, regardless of the occassion. Well then, I know that mr. Bartz is a pretty popular figure in the world of electronic music. And if I was to judge his credentials solely on this release, well I guess I wouldn't have to look much furter than the "junkyard"...

I disagree. The A-side track does get a little repetitive but it has such a powerful bassline. I think that played for a couple of minutes it will grab attention. The track has a good outro too, something most producers don't really bother with other than a simple stripping away of elements.

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