Bruce Haack's "The Electric Lucifer" is rightly considered one of the masterworks of 20th century electronic music. Originally recorded in 1968 and 1969 (and released in 1970) it is an album both unique in conception and superb in realization. An eminently listenable work where Pop-psychedelia and Moog/musique-concrete sounds coalesce around Haack's central metaphysical concept of "Powerlove", a force so powerful that it could end war and unify humankind. Acclaimed upon its original release (one of Rolling Stone's favourite albums of 1970 among many citations) yet unavailable on LP for over four decades, "The Electric Lucifer" is reissued here officially for the very first time on LP!
Remastered and restored from the ‘lost’ original master tapes discovered in the Columbia vault. "The Electric Lucifer" is your gateway to the profound yet playful universe of Bruce Haack, a "far-out" place where flower-power and inner-space electronics collide! Limited edition of 500 in deluxe replica packaging on 180 gram vinyl.