|1-01||One Step Inside Doesn't Mean You Understand||3:15|
|1-03||Pick Up The Phone||3:55|
|2-02||One With The Freaks||3:38|
|2-04||Off The Rails||3:27|
|20184-2, 7243 812124 2 4||The Notwist||Neon Golden (CD, Album)||City Slang, Virgin||20184-2, 7243 812124 2 4||Europe||2002|
|none||The Notwist||Neon Golden (Deluxe Edition) (18xFile, AAC, Album, Dlx, RE, 256)||City Slang||none||Europe||2010|
|20184-1, 724381091012, 20184-2, 810910 2||The Notwist||Neon Golden (LP, Album)||City Slang, Virgin, City Slang, Virgin||20184-1, 724381091012, 20184-2, 810910 2||Germany||2002|
|SLANG9550064, SLANG0680057P||The Notwist||Neon Golden (LP, Album, RE + DVD-V)||City Slang, City Slang||SLANG9550064, SLANG0680057P||Europe||2010|
|SLANG9550064, none||The Notwist||Neon Golden (LP, Album, Num, RE, Fly)||City Slang, Slowboy Records||SLANG9550064, none||Germany||2016|
Neon Golden is the fifth studio album by German indie rock band The Notwist, originally released through City Slang on 14 January 2002. Pitchfork placed Neon Golden at number 131 on its list of the top 200 albums of the 2000s.
Neon Golden was a subtle rewiring of the Notwist's long-established baroque hip-hop post-rock fetishist technique. The album's minimal kitchen-sink vibe was stronger, the wide assortment of instruments were arranged with new conviction, and the band would throw in a startlingly unpretentious mixture of tub-thumbing static, cellos, banjos, organs, and breakbeats while Markus Acher's Belle & Sebastian-styled vocals flowed underneath like island run-off.
BPM Profile Neon Golden. Album starts at 101BPM, ends at 96BPM (-5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Notwist.