"I don't wanna say anything" was originally released on Harvest/EMI as a teaser for Khan's highly acclaimed "Electricity" album in 1996. Kraut icons such as Can and Tangerine Dream but also psychedelic pop artists like Pink Floyd or Thomas Dolby were part of the Harvest family. Khan together with Air Liquide and the KOMPAKT Cologne posse were the young, new generation of acid-techno producers to reactivate this unique German exception in experimental music publishing. With "I don't wanna say anything" Khan pioneered his fluffy minimal acid grooves that seem more relevant than ever today. Take a deep plunge into Khan's Turkish acid bubble bath. Re-mastered by Jammin' Masters.