8 thoughts on “ 1 In 8 - The Future Sound Of London - Accelerator (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. European gram vinyl LP pressing. Accelerator is the debut album by British Electronica group The Future Sound of London and is widely regarded as their most club friendly album. First released in Britain in , Accelerator includes the track that is one of the group's biggest commercial hits, "Papua New Guinea", which became an instant /5(39).
  2. Recorded and engineered at Earthbeat Studios, London, The tracks play exactly as listed in the tracklisting, but the A-side bears the D-side label of "The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld" by 5/5(8).
  3. May 05,  · multidimensional and compelling in a way that very few full length LP's can ever achieve. A "Future Sound " indeed then and now. It easily qualifies as one of the most epic electronic dance LP's of the 's. Everyone who enjoys this type of music needs to /5(K).
  4. The Future Sound of London - Accelerator - elovopplacinhou.kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in IDM # in Trip-hop # in Techno (CDs & Vinyl)/5(39).
  5. The Future Sound of London (often abbreviated to FSOL) is a British experimental electronic music duo, formed in in Manchester, United Kingdom, and made up by Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. Their music style covers most areas of electronic music, such as techno, drum and bass, house, trip-hop, ambient, dub, and often incorporates elements of jazz, classical and psychedelic rock.
  6. Accelerator by The Future Sound Of London was available on Vinyl LP & CD but is now sold out on all formats, sorry.. Take a look at what else we have in by The Future Sound Of London, check out some related artists, head over to our new releases or knock yourself out reading our latest music news & .
  7. Humanoid (A Future Sound of London alias) expands on ’s Built LP with Future:Turned EP. This means more acidic bass line experiments and unpredictable rhythms. The four tracks were produced by The Future Sound of London and engineered by Yage (which is .
  8. Future Sound Of London, The ‎– Accelerator () Carl Craig ‎– More Songs About Food And Revolution Item One ‎– The Flash Of Sound () Heiko Laux ‎– Tieup To Machines () Intellect ‎– Pick 'Em Up () Dye Witness* ‎– What Would You Like To Hear Again? Modular Expansion ‎– Unit 1 .

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