- Here We Are
- Panic in Needle Park
- Somthin' Somthin'
- Demi Does...
- El Padre
- Flight Deck
Eco-Hed is the first musical endeavor by Van Christie since the break-up of Die
Warzau. Alongside Van on this funky journey is Chicago House phenomenon Matt
Warren. As a result, this album has a very urban groove to to it with only
tacit comparisons to old school Electro. Most of the music ventures into the
rarely explored regions between House and Techno that most musicians consider
taboo. This is where the funk skills of master programmer Van Christie are
right at home. The album has a certain vibe and groove to it that would make
most Hip-Hop artists cringe in abject worship. The only departure from this mood
on the album is 'Suitability' which consists of a large
monologue by the infamous Charles Manson with some of the most deft rhetoric in
history. While I am unsure as to the point of this monologue, it does serve as
a excellent pause before the music drives one back onto the dance floor.
Eco-Hed is: Van Christie & Matt Warren
2702 N. Mozart
Chicago, IL 60647
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