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Acid Eiffel / How Do You Plead?
Choice / Soofle
Acid, Techno
Numero di catalogo:
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2790 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2868 mb
Fragile Records


1ChoiceAcid Eiffel
Mixed By – Laurent, Ludovic Navarre, ShazzProducer, Written-By – Laurent Garnier, Shazz
2SoofleHow Do You Plead?
Mixed By – Ludovic Navarre, ShazzProducer, Written-By – Ludovic Navarre


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FRG-6Choice / Soofle Choice / Soofle - Acid Eiffel / How Do You Plead? ‎(12", W/Lbl)Fragile RecordsFRG-6US1993


  • Graphics [Uncredited]Gary Arnett


©℗ 1993 FNAC Music SACEM
Made in Detroit
Fragile is an alternative division of Transmat

Issued in a plain black die-cut sleeve.
Matrix number on each side is etched with a 7 and overwritten with a 6.

Codici a barre

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-out): FRG 6A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-out): FRG 6B NSC
  • Rights Society: SACEM


  • Copyright (c) – FNAC Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – FNAC Music
  • Licensed From – FNAC Music
  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation



50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Choice Soofle - Acid Eiffel How Do You Plead. Complétez votre collection Choice, Soofle. Acid Eiffel. How Do You Plead 6:36. Versions 2. Trouver Votre Version. Cat N. Titre Format. Album by Soofle. How Do You Plead was sampled in. Dooms Night Timo Maas Remix by Azzido Da Bass 1999. Features Song Lyrics for Choice's Acid Eiffel, How Do You Plead album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User this item in stock, then you will get an infomation E-Mail Please login to reserve out-of-stock items. Classic Cool Detroit & Acid styled Tracks by Laurent Garnier . Choice, Soofle. Acid Eiffel, How Do You PleadFragile. US House. Paul Johnson & Oli Furness. Tribute EpMusic Is Love. Acid Eiffel is an acid beast, with a subtle melody and a delicious background soundscape. How Do You Plead might sound kind of cheesy at first, but it is sweet as well. Link to post. Choice - Acid Eiffel. from The History Of Trance Part 1 '91 - '96 by VA. supported by. If you like The History Of Trance Part 1 '91-'96, you may also like: Love Inna Basement by DJ Bogdan. go to album. Read about How Do You Plead by Soofle and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. We dont have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Do you know the lyrics for this track Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Classic Of The Week. Artist: Choice, Soofle Track: Acid Eiffel, How Do You Plead Released: 1993. Related Posts. Template: Sticky. Bizarre Inc Playing With Knives. Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlés Choir Burning

  • Melipra
Beatport has "How Do You Plead?", but it lists the artist as St Germaine and the label as "F Communications", release date 2012.
  • Quamar
Because it was written by Ludovic navarre and it's on this release :
  • Konetav
In 2005 I made a Schaffel-Tekno-Trance remix on Acid Eiffel under my project called TWO BIONOTZ..)
  • Kanal
I have an mp3 downloaded in 2002, and the info sheet say that exist a repress of FRG-6 in 2001, any info about this repress? Thanks.Another nice vinyl with the classic track Acid Eiffel on it. Both ± ± tracks are licensed from FNAC and released on Fragile too. This rip ± ± was done from the original Fragile release dated 1993 and not the ± ± 2001 re-press. ± ± ± ± Enjoy. ±.
  • BlessСhild
Purchased my copy in 2003 also. Good times when Submerge was carpet bombing the shelves with classic Detroit Techno...
  • Gann
Yes, it was repressed somewhere early 2000. I think I bought my copy in 2003. The artwork is exactly the same as the original. That's why there is no seperate entry. At that time most of the Detroit labels repressed a large part of there catalogue: Metroplex, UR, Red Planet, KMS, Transmat/Fragile. All these were easy to get then.
  • BlackBerry
Just stumbled upon this really weird "cover/homage" to Acid Eiffel : Acid Eye Full :
  • Mr_Mole
How Do You Plead is a piece of timeless beauty. It would have got more attention if Acid Eiffel on the other side wouldn't have got all the attention.
  • Nafyn
it's rare for a 13-minute tune to sound too short. but you just never want Acid Eiffel to end it's that good
  • Magis
There are thousands of great acid tracks but the TB-303 programming on Acid Eiffel is hard to top.
  • BOND
laurent played live when he won the music victories, the best
  • Arith
Acid Eiffel has something similar to The Art Of Trance* - Deeper Than Deep E.P. (Third Eye Mix) in the acid line. Both tracks released in '93, Deeper than Deep was supposedly out in March as per discogs, instead Acid Eiffel is so far unknown which month it was out. I wonder if it's a coincidence or if one artist was inspired, directly or subconsciously by the other. Choice were a trio whereas AoT just one man.
  • Mettiarrb
I don't hear any similarities, it's just a generic acid sound extremely popular at the time.
  • Nikobar
Easily one of the greatest techno records ever recorded. I never seem to tire of this one. It just so good.
  • Beazerdred
Ah! Sorry bro. I thought you were talking about How Do You Plead? As that was what I was looking at when I read your message :/
  • Άνουβις
Never mind time sigs.this is a tune that is absolutely bless.ive ended many a party with this as an outrow. dance to rock.they all love it.x
  • Fawrindhga
Gotta get your sigs right dude. where the hell would we all be without accurate analysis of time signatures in music? Right down the shitter, that's where! :)
  • Dolid
Could someone who has really analyzed this track tell me how many different time signatures are overlapped? It's at least two.
  • Mikale
Check your PMs. :-) We are talking about Acid Eiffel, right? "How Do You Plead," the b-side, is about 6'35".
  • Bragis
I'm interested to know the source of the 13+ minute version. I have the original Fragile imprint, which comes in at about 6 1/2 minutes. As for everything else, I'm sorry but I'm just not hearing it. Everything remains in perfect 4/4 time at an unchanging 129.87 BPM (according to Traktor). I've split the track up into bits, taking multiple loops at various points along the track to confirm this. At no point do any of the elements go out of synch, speed up or slow down in any way. I'd like to hear the long version. What label is it on? Perhaps I can get a copy. Failing that, I think we're probably going to have to agree to disagree because I'm as convinced that you are wrong as you are convinced that I am :)
  • FreandlyMan
After re-listening (again!), I think it's 4/4 at two different tempos, the faster of which is exactly fast enough that it is 5 beats for 4... so 4/4 at 80 bpm overlaid with 4/4 at 100 bpm as example tempos (it's more like 132 & 105.6). One of the way the song builds excitement in different parts is that the slower tempo part fades out and the kickdrum ramps up so everything is synced up in your brain. The Twin Peaks-ish synth chords are at the faster tempo, but you could call it 1/4 as it's only 4-count increment notes. The version I have is 13'32". If you have the same version, listen at 7'24" and you'll hear what I'm talking about... the slower tempo strobing synth fades out completely and suddenly the song snaps into a different groove.
  • Daizil
Hey man. So, properly analyzed it now. Took a four bar loop to be sure. The whole thing is in 4/4 dude. The synth (chords) plays 3 bars on the C# then 1 bar on the D (not actually C# and D of course but they are the root notes) and this repeats throughout. The lead acid synth keeps the same 4/4 time. One thing it does do however is change its riff at the end of bar 8 ( counting from when the kick drum comes in) for an 8th of a bar or so. Perhaps it's that change that's throwing you off?
  • FRAY
Listen to the beginning minute -- the synth is in 4/4, but the bass drum is in 5/4. They keep getting out of sync, and then re-syncing on the downbeat, so the listener always off-balance / re-balancing. I'm not sure about the Twin Peaks-ish mournful chords, which is the main reason I asked.
  • MisterQweene
It's contains only one time signature ( 4/4 ) throughout. Perhaps you mean something else? Time signature simply refers to how many beats there are in a bar of music. Aside from a few exceptions (some rare tunes are written in 4/3 time for instance) all dance music is written in 4/4 time. That is, 4 beats to the bar. This track is no different. Hope that helps :)
  • Ueledavi
timeless untouched unparalleledso much depth to this oneacid eiffel takes you on quite the journey
  • Marilace
If all you are looking for is Acid Eiffel on its own side, grab the repress of this Digweed comp. It has Acid Eiffel by its self on the A-side and its still being sold on places like Juno for less than $10. Here is the discogs page for it tho.
  • August
How Do You Plead? -> quasi-Todd Terry punchy beats meets Carl Craig Detroit techno/house melancholia = guilty as charged. i've had this in my stacks for ~20 years now, timeless.. Acid Eiffel is of course awesome, but this is the one I picked this one up for and it's still a prized cut in the collection after all of these years.
  • It's so easy
The first time I heard this track was on the Energy Zurich rave in Switzerland in 1993 - I have that moment captured with my video camera :) it was a very intense moment
  • Darkraven
Anybody that keeps crediting Garnier with Acid Eiffel please read the bloody credits...I mean no less than Ludovic Navarre and Shazz were involved in creating the's the same on youtube. Wtf.
  • Ckelond
Are You able to read properly? Take a look at the credits, given on the labels.
  • Samutilar
After hearing of the tragedy in Paris on November 13th, 2015, this track immediately came to mind. In times of darkness, music has a way of being that beacon of hope. I refuse to immerse myself in 24 hour news, or horrid debates about why. Turn everything off, hit play, and let Laurent remove you from this world for 13 minutes plus. This track encompasses so much for so mNy different moods. When I listen now, I think of the beauty that still exists in this world. For 13 minutes, this track gives you pain, love, loss, hope, joy, and beauty. All without a single word. True music transcends language. Evil will always emerge with the cowards, with the weak...but music and love has a much larger audience. It never hides, it never dies. This track will always represent, from now on, those lost on this day. The cowards will be forgotten.
  • Nikok
I had the same reaction. Just needed to heard something beautiful at that time. Along with a Deepside "French". I cried, but eventually felt warm inside.
  • Axebourne
I heard "Acid Eiffel" on internet radio and had hard time finding it, I accidentally found it on one of my compilations (The History of Trance) which is the only one of few to feature it uncut and unmixed. So that was exciting. Then I proceeded to listen to it, but for some reason I wanted to hear it again and then again. So on and so forth I have been listening to it on loop for a bit over a week...home, car, at work, here and there a bit. I don't know why but it always sounds different. And now I have these things in my brain...I don't know I think they are thoughts. I keep thinking about people and life and our future. As if I was standing on top of a really tall structure and staring into the cloudy murky sky. Thinking what are these clouds going to bring. That's it, I am going to buy 2 synthesizers and I am continuing this music. I don't care about dubstep, I want more of this. I love you music, you always find ways to surprise me even after all these years...
Acid Eiffel is a classic track but I don't understand all the comments about it being 'Detroit'. I'd say it sounds more like Chicago (Acid) House (which Juan Atkins called the type of music he and his fellow Detroit producers were making at the time Techno to differentiate it from), and early tracks by Gerald Simpson (A Guy Called Gerald), both were the soundtrack to Manchester and the Hacienda in the late 80's where Laurent Garnier was living and working at the time, (and where he took his first steps on his musical career so would have obviously been a big influence on him) combined with more trancey elements. I'd say it has a unique French cool, melancholy sound to it. It does have a soundtrack like quality which some Detroit Techno tracks have, but in the latter I hear something more hi tech.Sometimes funk based, sometimes harder edged. Sometimes soulful, sometimes raw and uncomprisingly political. Sometimes bleak and dystopian, sometimes beautiful and shimmering. But always futurisitic, and with a much more machine oriented sound. Like they are letting the machines speak for themselves and creating something of a paradox. Future where there is no future. The beauty in decay. Creating something filled with warmth and emotion out of something cold and lifeless. Almost like the machines have a soul. Either way, whatever you want to call it, it is a great piece of music. So enjoy the Acid Eiffel. The view from up there is spectacular.
  • Chi
Acid Eiffel best deep acid track in the world
  • Peras
The greatest techno record of all time? Quite possibly.
  • ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
Ironically everything what Detroit ever was about got culminated in 1993 already with the 11 minute long epic journey Acid Eiffel.
  • Precious
You misunderstand irony. And this record was mastered by a Detroit engineer and released on a Detroit label. It wouldn't even exist without Detroit
  • Ucantia
Nonsense !
  • Ndav
No disrespect but to make a comment like that I would say you don't really understand the music of Detroit.
  • Marirne
...and was produced by three french guys ;-)
  • Acrobat
Acid Eiffel is a big reminder why i love music made from machines and this is just EPIC ! A sea of warm synths just wash over you......... Goose bumps ;)
  • Unnis
Soofle's "How Do You Plead?" is worth checking out, too. Detroitish to my ear, in a dreamy way forward pushing and that little bit of acceptable cheesiness. I just recently got to know this track via Mike Huckaby's mix for the Little White Earbuds podcast (No. 50). At first I found the female vocal sample ("Wanna be with you, wanna tell you that") quite annoying: Too "vocal house". But lots of things were possible in 1993 and it makes sense. Somehow. It fits to the above mentioned amount of melodic cheesiness and it works a bit like a counterpoint to the other male vocal samples that are acceptable at once. Check.
  • Darkshaper
Quite frankly one of the most stunning electronic music productions of the past 2 decades. Even though it lasts over 12 minutes, it is so tempting to listen to it all over again! And it sounds just as good at +4 and it does -2 on the pitch. I often wonder how long this took to produce. I once read in an interview with Laurent that when he makes a track, he changes his mind so many times throughout production with various new ideas that the end result is always something that he had not anticipated, so i wonder what this could have ended up sounding like, depending on his mood that day / week? A true standout track with the same high quality and originality of Sven Vath's "Barbarella".
  • Landamath
Choice - Acid Eiffel, one of the very best techno/acid tunes of all time. A melody you easily can get on your mind, a very nice amibent melody together with cool laser sounds from time to time.
  • Bradeya
This appeared when acid-house was veering toward the screeching 303's of 'Higher State of Conciousness' and reminded us all that that little box from Roland was capable of something far more subtle and, ultimately, rewarding. This track nearly had me in tears when i first heard it. Benchmark classic.