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Mind How You Go
Mind How You Go is Skye Edwards's debut solo album, following her departure from Morcheeba. Despite anticipation by fans, the album achieved limited success in the UK as a result of insufficient promotion. It was more successful in other parts of Europe, particularly Poland, France, Italy and Switzerland.
Supreme Beings Of Leisure
Supreme Beings Of Leisure
Supreme Beings of Leisure is an album released by Supreme Beings of Leisure, an electronic/trip hop band, in 2000.
Between Darkness and Wonder
I Have Seen
For Sleepyheads Only
For Sleepyheads Only is the 2002 debut album by Norwegian electronic band Flunk on Beatservice Records. The original pressing was on CD and vinyl while a later revised version was released only on CD in the US from Guidance Recordings.
It Takes A Thief
A Grand Love Story
A Grand Love Story is a 1997 studio album by Kid Loco, originally released through Yellow Productions.
Shallow and Profound
Suzuki is the second studio album by Austrian duo Tosca, released by Studio!K7 and G-Stone Recordings in 2000. Unlike many of Tosca's subsequent releases, Suzuki is essentially an instrumental album, with vocal samples integrated throughout, but in such a way that they "become a part of the instrumentation."
The album is dedicated to the Zen master Shunryu Suzuki. The dedication can be found on the inside of the front cover.
A dub remix album, Suzuki In Dub, was released in 2002.
It was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association which indicated sales of at least 100,000 copies throughout Europe.
Singles 90/98 is a limited edition 11 disc compilation album by Massive Attack released in 1998. It features all their vinyl and CD singles collected until 1998 with B-sides and a host of remixes totalling 63 tracks.
The box set is packaged in a 5" X 5" black box made of thermally treated paper which turns white when touched or when heat is applied. The actual discs are housed in 11 cardboard sleeves with new artwork not found on the original singles.
Peace Orchestra is an album recorded by Peter Kruder under the Peace Orchestra banner. The album's most well-known track "Who Am I" received a great deal of exposure through its use throughout The Wachowskis' project The Animatrix. It was additionally featured on the soundtrack album to the 2001 Christopher Nolan film Memento and in the film Stay by Marc Forster.
Statues is the fourth and final studio album by English-Irish electronic music duo Moloko. It was released on 3 March 2003 by The Echo Label.
Vertigo is the second studio album by the British electronica duo Groove Armada, released in 1999 on the Jive Electro record label. It contains the well-known singles "At the River" and "I See You Baby".
Nightmares On Wax
Carboot Soul is the third studio album by Nightmares on Wax. It was released in 1999 on Warp. It peaked at number 71 on the UK Albums Chart. Early copies of the album were issued with a designer packet of Rizla cigarette papers, which featured the album's artwork.
Nothing Changes Under The Sun
Kruder & Dorfmeister
Waltz For Koop
Waltz for Koop is the second studio album by the Swedish electronic music duo Koop. It was their first album to hit a U.S. Billboard chart, peaking at number seventeen on Top Electronic Albums. The compositions are recorded and mixed by Mats "Limpan" Lindfors. Two years after its release, a remix album was issued with the title Waltz for Koop: Alternative Takes.
The Power of Suggestion
Karminsky Experience Inc.
Ballroom Stories is a studio album by Waldeck released in 2007. Ballroom Stories is the first album that Waldeck teamed up with Zeebee on. The album features a more trip hop sound than his previous albums.
Hôtel Costes Quatre
Come Touch The Sun
Genetic World is the debut studio album by the French electronic music trio Télépopmusik, released in 2001. The album was re-released in 2002 as per request of the producer Heisenberg. Angela McCluskey appeared as a special guest vocalist and co-writer of many of the album's tracks. She performed on "Love Can Damage Your Health", “Smile", "Breathe", and "Yesterday Was a Lie", the first three of which were also singles.
One of the singles, "Breathe", was a commercial success, charting in both the US and the UK.
McCluskey and the members of Télépopmusik first met when they opened for the band The Wild Colonials in New York and struck a friendship.
The Blue God
The Blue God is the second studio album by British singer-songwriter Martina Topley-Bird, her first in five years. Released on 12 May 2008, the album had been complete since at least September 2007. Since then, Topley-Bird slowly revealed track titles and posted songs from the album on her official website and her MySpace page. The Blue God was produced by Danger Mouse.
The album was preceded by its first single, "Carnies," on 3 March 2008. "Poison," the second single, was released on 5 May 2008. The single's B-side, "Soldier Boy", is a collaboration with Gorillaz & Roots Manuva which interpolates certain elements of the Gorillaz' demo "Snakes & Ladders". The third single from the album, "Baby Blue," was released as a digital download on 7 September 2008.
The album reached number 88 on the UK Albums Chart in its first week of release.
The Funky Lowlives
Slow Train Soul
Skye & Ross
Skye & Ross
A Special Album
Ralph Myerz And The Jack Herren Band
Instinct is the second full-length studio album by English trip hop duo Mandalay, released in 2000 through V2 Records. Two singles were released to help promote the album: "Deep Love" and "Not Seventeen".
Kokopelli is the second album by British band Kosheen released in the UK through Moksha Recordings on 11 August 2003. The album saw the band lean towards the rock music genre.
Band member Darren Beale states they named the album after a North American Indian named Kokopelli. He states "He was a spiritual character and he used to travel from the all villages and reservations to spread fertility, you know, to make their crops grow. I suppose he was like a witch doctor as well and he used to do some music and dance. We were kind of into American history and culture anyway but then Sian was reading about this guy and we thought we'd link it to that."
The Dining Rooms
Deep Down & Dirty
Deep Down & Dirty is the fourth studio album by the British electronic band Stereo MCs, released on 28 May 2001, nine years after the album Connected. The album maintains a similar style to its predecessor with deep-groove, beatbox funk, nods to soul-jazz and gospel though music critics at the time noted its grittier, edgier approach. The title track was released as the album's first single. It was recorded at Frontline Studios, Brixton, London.
Boulevard (The Complete Series)
A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular
A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular is the debut studio album by the Belgian band Hooverphonic. It was first released on 29 July 1996, credited to the band's original name, "Hoover". "2 Wicky", "Wardrope", "Barabas" and "Inhaler" were released as singles from the album. A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular is the band's only album with original lead singer Liesje Sadonius.
By June 1998, A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular had sold over 140,000 copies worldwide. In November 2011, the band announced the re-release of the album in a deluxe format, including the album on vinyl, a collection of remixes and rarities from the era, artwork, and a booklet of essays by band members about the album.
Turntable Soul Music
Nouvelle Vague is the debut studio album by the French band Nouvelle Vague. It was first released on 9 August 2004 on Peacefrog Records.
The album consists entirely of easy listening and bossa nova versions of songs that were written and recorded during the post-punk/new wave era. The band's name is a play on words, new wave and bossa nova being the literal translations, in English and Portuguese respectively, of the French phrase Nouvelle Vague, which is itself a reference to the French cinema movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The songs were recorded with female vocalists who had not previously heard the songs they would be covering.
En Passant is a 2004 album by the German electronic duo Alphawezen, which was formed in 1998, consisting of Asu Yalcindag and Ernst Wawra. It has also been released for mp3 download by both HoloPhon and Mole Listening Pearls.
A video for "Speed of Light" was released in 2005 depicting Asu Yalcindag walking around with an iPod.
dZihan & Kamien
Pure Yoga Sivananda
Maxinquaye is the debut album by English rapper and producer Tricky. It was released on 20 February 1995 by 4th & B'way Records.
In the years leading up to the album, Tricky had grown frustrated with his limited role in the musical group Massive Attack and discovered vocalist Martina Topley-Bird, who he felt would offer another dimension to his lyrics. He signed a solo contract with 4th & B'way Records in 1993 and recorded Maxinquaye the following year, primarily at his home studio in London with Topley-Bird as the album's main vocalist. Additional singers included Alison Goldfrapp, Ragga, and Mark Stewart.
Maxinquaye was produced by Tricky with assistance from Mark Saunders, who helped him use dub production techniques and heavily altered samples taken from a variety of sources. The record's groove-oriented and low-tempo sound incorporates elements from hip hop, soul, rock, ambient techno, reggae, and experimental music.
Cold Water Music
Cold Water Music is the debut studio album by British musician Aim, released on 11 October 1999 by Grand Central Records. The album was re-issued in 2007 by ATIC Records.
The Breeze Is Black
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