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The Future Sound of London
Snivilisation is the third album and the first named album by Orbital. It was released in 1994. The album reached #4 and spent 4 weeks in the UK albums chart in 1994. By April 1996 it had sold 80,000 copies in the UK..
The Irresistible Force
Ova Nova (Remix)
The 9th of Nine Hearts
Banco de Gaia
A User's Guide
Higher Intelligence Agency
The Sabres Of Paradise
State to State 2
The Black Dog
The Cartel, Vol. 2
The Amorphous Androgynous
Living In A Giant Candle Winking At God
Living in a Giant Candle Winking at God is the debut album by the Transit Kings. It featured guest appearances from The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and comedian Simon Day. The Sun described the album as "quality" and "out of this world" and compared it to a mixture of DJ Shadow and Röyksopp; however, The Times called it "Orb-lite" and proclaimed it to be "Deep Forest-style sludge".
Though Jimmy Cauty left the Transit Kings before the release of Living in a Giant Candle Winking at God, he received a credit as composer on seven of the album's tracks.
Time Tourist, or TimeTourist, is an album released by B12 in 1996 on Warp. The inventive packaging for the album makes it appear as if TimeTourist is an educational computer game written in a dystopian year 2166 and which looks back on the late 20th century as a primitive and quaint time in the development of mankind.
The track title "VOID/Comm" refers to "VOID/Comm R&D", a fictional 22nd-century company whose "B12 Systems" division developed "WorldCOM", a shared-mind technology which frees humans from physical interpersonal contact and the need to use very much of their brains. "VOID/Comm" is likely in reference to the Voigt/Kampf test administered in Blade Runner. The album's packaging makes reference to a number of other science fiction names corrupted over two centuries — Phettt, Hein Len, Seaclarc, A.C Mov, and Kaydich — as well as to the Roddenberry and Lucas "Sacred StarTexts".
Although the featured artist for the album is B12, on the packaging, each track is associated with one of B12's aliases: CMetric, Redcell, or Musicology.
Microgravity is the debut studio album by Norwegian electronic musician Geir Jenssen under the stage name Biosphere, released in 1991.
The album was at first rejected by SSR, the subsidiary of Nettwerk with whom Jenssen had previously released his music, as "unmarketable". The small Norwegian label Origo Sound picked it up, and the record scored on the club circuit in 1991.
At the end of 2014, Geir Jenssen launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to re-release the album on vinyl.
Polymer is the tenth studio album by British electronic music duo Plaid. It was released on 7 June 2019 by Warp. It is the follow-up to their 2016 album The Digging Remedy. The tracks "Maru", "Recall", "Los", and "Dancers" were made available prior to release, each with a music video.
Emissions From The Archive Vol. 1
Two Lone Swordsmen
Meat Beat Manifesto
Down With the Dawn
Mixmaster Morris & Pete Namlook
The Theory of Evolution
Two Guys Three Boxes
A Guy Called Gerald
Once Again, Again
International Peoples Gang3395 (Remastered)
international peoples gang
Edgeland is the debut solo album by Underworld member Karl Hyde. It was released on 19 April 2013 by Universal Music. The album debuted at number 117 on the UK Albums Chart.
Young American Primitive
Young American Primitive
From Death To Passwords
Outside The Echo Chamber
Orbit is the first studio album by English musician William Orbit. While all of his later solo albums are predominantly instrumental, this album consists mostly of songs with lyrics, with vocals performed by Peta Nikolich. Orbit spawned two singles, "Feel Like Jumping" and "Love My Way"; the music video for "Feel Like Jumping" was directed by Peter Christopherson.
Orbit has described the album as 'far from his best' and has suggested that listeners save their money for something else unless they are collecto-maniacs. Orbit was out of print since the mid-Eighties but was re-released without Orbit's permission in digital form by IRS to coincide with the artist's latest release, 2009's My Oracle Lives Uptown.
Ambient Systems 3
Here's One I Made Earlier!
76:14 is the second studio album by English electronic music duo Global Communication. Initially released via Dedicated Records on June 1, 1994, the album has been re-issued a number of times, most recently in 2005 in an expanded and remastered version.
Musik is the third studio album by Canadian electronic music producer Richie Hawtin, and his second under the stage name Plastikman. It was released through Novamute Records and Plus 8 in 1994. It peaked at number 58 on the UK Albums Chart.
Tomorrow Is Another Day
Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters
Tomorrow Is Another Day is the second collaborative release by German electronic musician Ulrich Schnauss and Engineers' Mark Peters, released on 25 October 2013 through Bureau B.
Challenge Me Foolish
One to Three
James Lumb's Sonic Diary Singles
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