Teachings From The Electronic Brain

Data di pubblicazione
4 Set 2006
Numero di brani
15 brani


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    Brano     Durata Ascoltatori
1 Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea (12" Version) 4:59 5.967
2 Future Sound Of London - Max (2006 Edit) 2:55 1.093
3 Future Sound Of London - Everyone In The World Is Doing Something Without Me (2006 Edit) 1:59 1.200
4 Future Sound Of London - My Kingdom (2006 Edit) 5:39 1.149
5 Future Sound Of London - Smokin' Japanese Babe (2006 Edit) 5:14 871
6 Future Sound Of London - Antique Toy (2006 Edit) 4:15 847
7 Future Sound Of London - Lifeforms (Radio Edit) [2006 Mix] 2:51 805
8 Future Sound Of London - Yage (2006 Edit) 6:23 736
9 Future Sound Of London - Expander (12" Version) 4:53 617
10 Future Sound Of London - Glass (2006 Edit) 4:56 639
11 Future Sound Of London - Far-Out son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman (2006 Edit) 4:15 530
12 Future Sound Of London - The Lovers 5:57 1.726
13 Future Sound Of London - Mountain Goat (2006 Edit) 4:41 786
14 Future Sound Of London - Cascade (Shortform) (2006 Edit) 4:18 600
15 Future Sound Of London - We Have Explosive (7'' Edit) (2006 Edit) 3:17 562

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  • kippy93

    Fantastic album, got this the other day and it's great. Some of their stuff reminds me a little of Leftfield's stuff. Gotta love My Kingdom, Papua New Guinea (classic track) and Expander. Fantastic stuff FSOL!

    20 Mag 2009 Rispondi
  • SecondThought

    Everything on this disc is readily available elsewhere - although getting ahold of the Lifeforms radio edit can be a bit tricky, and Everyone In The World/My Kingdom is a new edit, albeit one that simply cuts out half of the track. Otherwise it's a diappointing compilation, it'd be worth hearing if the tracks were in their original form (ie without the intro/outro sections), or mixed together as a new record, but as it is they simply fade in and out, cut directly from their respective albums. Also, only one track from ISDN is criminal, and technically nothing there is from Lifeforms, what with Cascade and Lifeforms having vastly different single versions. I don't mind the AA tracks - Mountain Goat is arguably one of their best tracks and doesn't sound out of place, and The Lovers turned up on Translations before The Isness, and that was marketed as a FSOL release rather than an Amorphous one.

    15 Mar 2009 Rispondi
  • FuturaDLX

    I don't like the way Amorphous Androgynous tracks are now FSOL. Is this how they're credited on the album?

    29 Gen 2009 Rispondi
  • spellvexit

    I love the Future Sound of London, but this isn't the wildly divergent album that dspasovski writes of below. Most of the remixes have just a few touch-ups; you'll know from the first second or two which track you're listening to. I was a bit disappointed overall, not because the music is bad, but because the tracks barely differ from their originals. If you already have their other albums, this one doesn't add much to your library. I'd only recommend it if your'e a completionist.

    11 Dic 2008 Rispondi
  • Terrasidius

    yeah totally, any FSOL release is a must have! :)

    20 Ago 2008 Rispondi
  • dspasovski

    Excellent compilation album, highly recommended! All of the original tracks have been edited/remixed so that most of them have only vague similarities to the originals (which is a good thing IMO as they sound very refreshing and new for old FSOL fans). If you still haven't listened to this album, go get it!

    8 Mar 2007 Rispondi

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