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I-F - Lost Tracks For Lost Minds

Musician: I-F
Album title: Lost Tracks For Lost Minds
Style: Techno, Acid
Released: 2007
Size MP3 version: 1202 mb
Size APE version: 1910 mb
Size WMA version: 1560 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 337
Format: AC3 DMF MPC AU VOX APE AUD
Genre: Electronic

I-F - Lost Tracks For Lost Minds mp3 album

I-F - Lost Tracks For Lost Minds mp3 album

Tracklist

ATLANTIKWALL 001
A1 Hott Radiosilence I 7:30
A2 Hott Radiosilence II 8:13
B1 Unknown Artist Untitled 7:57
B2 Housemaid Untitled 7:32
ATLANTIKWALL 002
A Unknown Artist Untitled 16:04
B1 Unknown Artist Untitled 6:31
B2 Beverly Hills 808303 Checking The Wine Cellar 8:26
ATLANTIKWALL 003
A1 Unknown Artist Untitled 5:38
A2 Unknown Artist Untitled 7:17
B Beverly Hills 808303 Untitled 10:44
ATLANTIKWALL 004
A Beverly Hills 808303 Untitled 18:12
B1 Unknown Artist Untitled 7:40
B2 Beverly Hills 808303 The Escape (Return To Nothing) 7:40
ATLANTIKWALL 005
A1 Beverly Hills 808303 Untitled 7:29
A2 Unknown Artist Untitled 7:42
B1 IMP Electronics For Defence Source 6:13
B2 Frank Castle Untitled 5:19
ATLANTIKWALL 006
A1 Unknown Artist Untitled 6:25
A2 Frank Castle Untitled 7:35
B1 Jungian Archetype Untitled 9:16
B2 Unknown Artist Untitled 10:03

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69787
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69788
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69789
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69790
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69791
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 69792

Notes

This boxset features 6 blacklabeled records and is limited to 300 copies.
It's the 1st in a series of 3 boxes with old work from I-F during the 1992-1997 period.

Besides a catalogue number, each record also contains a matrix number;
69787 / 69788 / 69789 / 69790 / 69791 / 69792

The box is a regular shipping box (which is actually used to sent the records) with a sticker of the release on the backside.
It also contains a free Atlantik Wall Records sticker inside.

The tracklisting as it appears below is not to be found on the records or on the box.

ATLANTIKWALL 001
A1 - previously released as A2 on HOTT - Radiosilence
A2 - previously released as B1 on HOTT - Radiosilence
B1 - previously unreleased
B2 - previously released as A3 on Housemaid - She's Dumb, Blond And 18!

ATLANTIKWALL 002
A - previously unreleased
B1 - previously unreleased
B2 - previously released as A on Beverly Hills 808303 - Acid Planet 7

ATLANTIKWALL 003
A1 - previously unreleased
A2 - previously unreleased
B - extended version of B2 on Beverly Hills 808303 - Acid Planet 4

ATLANTIKWALL 004
A - extended version of B3 on Beverly Hills 808303 - Acid Planet 4
B1 - previously unreleased
B2 - previously released as B2 on Beverly Hills 808303 - Asociaal Hard Op Je Bek!

ATLANTIKWALL 005
A1 - previously released as A2 on Beverly Hills 808303 - The American Lie and Beverly Hills 808303 - The American Lie
A2 - previously unreleased
B1 - previously released as B2 on Various - The Chase E.P
B2 - previously released as B3 on Various - The Chase E.P

ATLANTIKWALL 006
A1 - previously unreleased
A2 - extended version of A2 on Frank Castle - Untitled
B1 - previously released as A2 on Various - The Chase E.P
B2 - previously unreleased



greatest
a must have for fan of old dirty acid from den haag ;p
blodrayne
"It's the 1st in a series of 3 boxes with old work from I-F during the 1992-1997 period."does anybody know Box #3?i only know these releases:1. I-f – Lost Tracks For Lost Minds 2. Interr-Ference – Lost Minds # 2
Gashakar
the box 03 is the compilation of 6 vinyls of unit moebius tracks re-issue atlantikwall 19 to 24 but not in one box but six red vinyls sale separately and ltd to 200 copy each
Jelar
Absolutely agree with the Moanerman review. Lets have the more intelligent gritty intense tracks that permanently implanted I-F receptors in our minds. I'd rather have bunker 26, test pilot volume 1, portrait of a dead girl 1 & 2 re-released as a boxset than this collage of mediocre fumblings. DAMN IT where is the non live version of SUPERMAN?!!! I'm sure there are numerous early I-F tracks I'm yet to hear that obliterate these tracks.