Future Sound of London: Archived 9

Future Sound of London SKU: 36717002
The Future Sound of London: Archived 9

Future Sound of London: Archived 9

Future Sound of London SKU: 36717002

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Archived 9
Artist: Future Sound of London
Label: Jumpin & Pumpin
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5013993990956
Genre: Electronic

The Future Sound of London's long and varied history stretches back almost 25 years and as such a vast amount of unrealised material exists in the FSOL Archives. 1988 to 2018 - 30 years of recorded history. Archived 9 brings further treats from the mammoth FSOL archives - this time ranging from early 90s right up to recent times. 17 unreleased tracks woven together to form over 60 mins of mind bending sound experiments. From light to darkness from forests to deserts onwards... Did you know - The Future Sound of London were the first band to distribute their music via the internet, in 1994? Did you know - The Future Sound of London were the first band to use ISDN technology to transmit their music via the internet and also to radio stations across the world - a system that has now been adopted by the radio industry worldwide?

Tracks:
1.1 Ocea (6.38)
1.2 Semi Conscious Participant (2.27)
1.3 Silent Midnight (4.12)
1.4 Halfer (4.34)
1.5 Embodied (3.47)
1.6 Super Tide (3.22)
1.7 These Days (4.31)
1.8 Slow Moving World (1.53)
1.9 Propagate (3.41)
1.10 Without You It's Meaningless (5.15)
1.11 Light (3.05)
1.12 Extruded (3.29)
1.13 Views of An Empty Sky (3.32)
1.14 Plenary (1.24)
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