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Running time 5:17 (Twoism)
5:07 (Boc Maxima)
5:01 (DISKONO001X)
Appears on Twoism
Boc Maxima
DISKONO001X artwork



  • At approximately 2:16, there is a vocal sample of a monologue taken (the sample has been sped up) @1:06:35 from the adult film "Summer of '72".

That tiny room at the beach was absolutely the perfect place for my first time. When we came together, I could feel the hairs growing on my chest. I saw my future. I saw my past. For a few minutes it was like being alive and they live happily ever after. All my questions had been answered. And all my fears disappeared. All that was left was... the kiss. Every move we made was a kiss.[1]




  • The version on "Psychogeographic X" is a slightly different cut from the original. Discogs user Onanon describes this version best by saying:

"This version of Sixtyniner is different from the one as released on Twoism. The Diskono version is a little bit faster, the nostalgic main melody is more at the front, the intermezzo breaks are more detailed and the 'first kiss' story is easier to understand. The bass is not as deep as on Twoism. After 4.14 the main melody is gone and won't return as the higher melody continues over the beat. The Twoism version continues to play the melody 'till the end but the beats disappear earlier. Overall this version sounds clearer. The Twoism version sounds more sad in a way."

  • One possible meaning of the title: sixty-nine or soixante-neuf, in relation to the fact that the lyrics are from a porn film; credit, [sixtytenth]. But it may also be significant that there are tracks called Sixtyniner, 1969, and June 9th (6/9). [DC]