The Future Sound Of London - Promo 500 flac album
Title: Promo 500
Style: Abstract, Trip Hop, Ambient
MP3 album: 1653 mb
FLAC album: 1439 mb
Other formats: XM AU WAV WMA MP4 AHX DMF
Every (1-7) new Volume compilation -outtake- album does sound far too familiar to the one before it, yet bland and pale to the original beauties as Lifeforms & Dead Cities. This unfortunately, though to a lesser extent, is the same with the more ambient Environmental album series too and a lack of ideas with nothing really new or captivating in the music, both Volume & Environmental series suffer with this!.
Accelerator is the debut studio album by British electronica group The Future Sound of London. The album was first released in 1991 by the record label Jumpin' & Pumpin'. It is widely regarded as the group's most "club-oriented" album in that almost all the tracks have a sonic, dance-friendly vibe and it does not contain much of their later, more off-beat, complex, ambient techniques.
The Isness is a 2002 album by experimental electronica group The Future Sound of London, released under the alias Amorphous Androgynous (except in the US, where it was released as FSOL for commercial reasons).
Ai - Paradigmension album: 23rd June 2017 17-track album via blurredrecordings Ai (stands for Audio intelligence) : people on this project: Robin Appleton, Will White, Brian Dougans, Garry Cobain Ahead of the release, you can download 1 track, the LP cut of "So High - I Can Reach The Sun" here: xlr8r.
However, as before, a FSOLdigital track is delivered each month to make a new 12 track album . The first track is ready and waiting for 2019 – The Future Sound Of London – DAK 5053 TMY. Enjoy".
The Future Sound of Lo. ifeforms. The Future Sound of Lo. SDN. ead Cities. ccelerator. Amorphous Androgynous.
|C||You're Creeping Me Out||6:33|
|D2||Live In New York||6:12|
- Engineer – Yage
- Written-By, Producer – The Future Sound Of London
NotesPromo use only - not for sale
There is no catalogue number, the only inscriptions in the record are *PROMO 500*
Recorded at Earthbeat Studios, London 1994.