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Boomkat Product Review:
The legendary electronic crackpot's horror-themed 1978 partner to 'The Electric Lucifer' (1970) finally sees light of day on vinyl thanks to Canada's Telephone Explosion.
Formerly only available on a 2008 CD re-mastered from original tapes, the near-mythical 'Haackula' nests perfectly on wax where the time-worn infidelities of some of the cuts sound much more at home.
It's got some of Haack's most wigged-out gear inside, from the sleazy space lounge vibings of 'Blow Job' and the creepy AF 'Invocation' thru the jiggling drum machiens and percolated synths of 'Death Machine', to its highly sought-after vocoder boogie finale, 'Party Machine' written with Russell Simmons and best considered as Kraftwerk's greazy American doppelganger.