Repress syntezatorowego odpowiednika czarnej dziury, oryginalnie na International Deejay Gigolo w 2003. Hipnoza skuteczna również w warunkach klubowych, warto też wspomnieć o fikuśnym niby-bicie w „Higgs-Mechanism”.
It would be fair to say that this first ever vinyl edition of Dopplereffekt's landmark 2003 album "Linear Accelerator" is long overdue. Over the years the Gerald Donald-helmed crew has been responsible for some of the greatest electro of all time, and this album arguably remains their strongest single audio document - in part because it contains a mixture of blissfully melodic numbers and some serious dark, experimental epics. If you still need convincing, check epic opener "Photo Injector", a 21-minute trip into the darkness of deep space that just gets more dystopian as it progresses, or the "Radioactivity"-era Kraftwerk tribute that is the similarly weird and spaced-out "Graviton". Speaking of Kraftwerk, the pioneering Germans would also have been proud of the rushing positivity that is "Z-Boson" and "Computer World"-ish "Higgs-Boson".