samedi 19 mai 2007

5 rare ep's by Future Sound of London (1990, 91, 92)

Yunie (aka FSOL) - I can see for miles (1990)

Label: Debut
Catalog#: DEBTX 3103
Format: Vinyl, 12", Promo
Pays: UK
Année: 1990

Style: Downtempo

A1 I can see for miles
B1 I can see for miles (Astral Mix)

Art Science Technology (aka FSOL) - AST (1990)

Label: Debut
Catalog#: DEBTX 3100
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Pays: UK
Année: 1990

Style: Acid House, Techno

A1 A.S.T.
A2 Esus Flow
B1 Esus Flow (Vast Galaxy Remix)

Candese (aka FSOL) - You took my love (1991)

Label: Debut
Catalog#: DEBTX 3138
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Pays: UK
Année: 1991

Style: House, Acid

A1 You took my love (Earth mix)
A2 You took my love (New Yorker mix)
B1 You took my love (Instrumental)
B2 It's takin' me over
B3 I need somebody

Metropolis (aka FSOL) - Metropolis (1992)

Label: Union City Recordings
Catalog#: UCRT 11
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Pays: UK
Année: 1992

Style: Techno, Deep House (retro) , Acid

A1 Metropolis (Original)
A2 Metropolis (Analog)
B1 Hyporeel
B2 Metropolis (Sueto mix)

Yage (aka FSOL) - Fuzzy Logic E.P. (1992)

Label: Jumpin' & Pumpin'
Catalog#: 12 TOT 21
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Pays: UK
Année: 1992

Style: IDM, Breakbeat, Techno

A1 Quazi
A2 Coda Coma
B1 Livin' for the love
B2 Fuzzy Logic

7 commentaires:

P M X a dit…

can't believe I'm the only person to comment on this, but thank you!!! I love the 'new' Amorphous Androgynous, but there's something very special about the older FSOL material. Thank you.

Anonyme a dit…

Metropolis still a great track, thanks for putting these on,

Anonyme a dit…

Thank you so much for your effort! Incredible stuff you present here. Please keep on. I would love more from the golden days of house and techno between 1985 and 1991. Wolfgang

Anonyme a dit…

when techno was techno and minimal was never even a thought!!!

Klenderfender a dit…

WOW! A.S.T. I've been looking for this track since 91! Thanks so much!

Anonyme a dit…

(8-O , least i can say is thanks!

the saucer people a dit…

Over three years old and the link is still working! Thank you so much for compiling such a rare selection of FSOL related material...these are the tracks that really remind me of cold warehouses, dodgy nightclubs, outdoor parties, cave parties, inner city squat parties and travelling all over the UK every weekend to either go to events or put on our own...thinking about it now, the idea of the acid house explosion without the many releases of FSOL under their own name and their many aliases is unthinkable...once again, an amazing post and thanks for all the memories these tracks have triggered, my gods, was it really twenty years ago??? It feels like yesterday!