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Bruce Haack - Electric Lucifer Book 2 (CD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Electric Lucifer: Book 2 - Bruce Haack on AllMusic -
  2. Dec 29,  · Good rock. The appearance of the electronic voice on the album could be the most revolutionary thing about it. But as for me, I just dig it musically. Note there is a CD reissue Electric Lucifer Book 2 which has interviews and Bonus Tracks. Tracks: 1. Electric To Me Turn 2. The World (Narration) 3. Cherubic Hymn 4. Program Me 5. War 6. National.
  3. Farad Bruce Haack serves as a glowing primer of Haack's work throughout his career. Touching on the lush, pysch-electronic grooves of the Electric Lucifer period and extending to his more abstract, angular works, this compilation highlights his use of the Farad, one .
  4. Electric Lucifer by Bruce Haack, released 10 October 1. Electric To Me Turn 2. The Word 3. Cherubic Hymn 4. Program Me 5. War 6. National Anthem 7. Chant Of The Unborn 8. Incantation 9. Angel Child Word Games Song Of The Death Machine Super Nova Requiem Bruce Haack's "The Electric Lucifer" is rightly considered one of the masterworks of 20th century electronic .
  5. Bruce Haack The Electric Lucifer Book 2 (In Which Lucifer Tempts Jesus Of Nazareth) Introduction: Lucifer Awakens: "Jesus Boy - Is That You Struttin Around At This Ungodly Hour" Created and performed by Bruce Haack MANUFACTURED & MARKETED BY NORMAL REC/5(18).
  6. Born on May 4, in Alberta, Canada, Bruce Clinton Haack is one of the pioneers of electronic music during the 50's and 60's. Prolific composer behind a huge span of wildy creative, from electronic childrens songs to satanic music, as well as being an inventor of weird musical instruments like the Theremin-inspired Magic Wand and the Dermatron, a device that worked off the natural.
  7. Electric Lucifer Book 2 CD music This is a great album to get your exploration of Bruce Haack going. I highly recommend it! If you already own it, check out his earlier childrens albums, or the incredibly cool tribute album "Dimension Mix" featuring Beck, Stereolab and others! By christopher (Brooklyn, NY).

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