N-Son-X - Humanoid FLAC album
Humanoid is the third German studio album and the second English studio album by German band Tokio Hotel. Released through Island Records and Cherrytree Records, the album was recorded in both German and English with both versions set for a simultaneous worldwide release bearing the same title, Humanoid. The German version of the album was released on October 2, 2009 in Germany and other European countries, while the English version was released in the United States on October 6, 2009.
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Humanoid - Built By Humanoid. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.
N-Son-X, Humanoid (original mix).
VA - Sound Of Acid Core Vol. 2 (1997) – N-Son-X - Humanoid. Sound Of Acid Core Vol. 2 (1997) CD1 08 – Roland Goes Mad In Boscaland - Live A. :18. VA - Sound Of Acid Core Vol. 3 (1997) CD2 01 – Liquid Bass - Acid Raiser. 2 (1997) CD1 10 – Unknown Structure - Helixcoid. Acrid Abeyance – Minimalistic (. om Rmx) v. om/acidraver.
Tribal Experience/Fake Buggin'.
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Built By Humanoid is Humanoid’s second album, a mere 30 years after the debut, though Brian Dougans claims the first album wasn’t really him anyway. Humanoid’s classic acid house single, Stakker Humanoid, highly regarded as one of the key tracks from the era (Richard James (Aphex Twin) sights the Stakker project as a major influence), enjoyed massive success in 1988. Reaching N. for 5 weeks in the UK dance charts, performances on Top of the Pops, a John Peel session for the BBC and European tours eventually led to an album deal.
- Producer – Bernd Linsenbühler, Jörg Zittrich
NotesTrack A uses the same "Humanoid" sample as did Stakker's "Humanoid" (originally sampled from the video game Bezerk). It also uses the line "I'm talking about form. I'm talking about content. I'm talking about inter-relationships. I'm talking about God, the Devil, hell, do you understand, finally?!" spoken by the character Harding in the movie 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: LC 2961
- Other: GEMA
|CSR 96010||N-Son-X||Humanoid (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Casseopaya Recordings||CSR 96010||Germany||1996|