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The Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung & The Ramblings Of A Madman (EP) (1995) {Holland}

The Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung & The Ramblings Of A Madman (EP) (1995) {Holland}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 139 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 61 mb
Genre: electronica

Far-Out Son Of Lung & The Ramblings Of A Madman is a 4-song EP released in 1995 by The Future Sound Of London. This EP is known for its song and video for "Amoeba"

The Future Sound Of London - 4 Albums (1991-2008)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Dec. 13, 2014
The Future Sound Of London - 4 Albums (1991-2008)

The Future Sound Of London - 4 Albums (1991-2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 2,22 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 805 MB | Covers - 546 MB
Genre: IDM, Techno, Downtempo, Ambient | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Jumpin' & Pumpin', Virgin

First recognized as the dance duo behind the club hits "Stakker" (as Humanoid) and "Papua New Guinea," Future Sound of London later became one of the most acclaimed and respected international experimental ambient groups, incorporating elements of techno, classical, jazz, hip-hop, electro, industrial, and dub into expansive, sample-heavy tracks, often exquisitely produced and usually without easy precursor. Notoriously enigmatic and often disdainful of the press, the group's Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans worked their future-is-now aesthetic into a variety of different fields, including film and video, 2- and 3-D computer graphics and animation, the Internet, radio broadcast, and, of course, recorded music…
The Future Sound of London - Teachings From The Electronic Brain (The Best of FSOL) (2006)

The Future Sound of London - Teachings From The Electronic Brain (The Best of FSOL) (2006)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 419 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 163 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 199 Mb
Genre: Electronic, Abstract, Ambient, Downtempo, Trip Hop | Label: Virgin | # 0946 3 70522 2 8 | Time: 01:08:10

The best of The Future Sound of London! FSOL were formed by Brian Dougans and Gary Cobain in the early 90's and are seen to be one of the most respected and influential electronic acts of the past 15 years. Their work enabling them to incorporate elements of classical, hip hop, electronica, industrial, punk and dub to create expansive tracks laden with samples exquisitely produced and pretty unique. FSOL are an important part of the journey from post rave electronica, with music that has successfully experimented and crossed the boundaries of trip hop, ambient, hip hop, jungle and even punk, or certainly a punk-rock attitude.

Future Sound Of London - ISDN [FLAC] (1995)  Music

Posted by jeffero at Aug. 4, 2007
Future Sound Of London - ISDN [FLAC] (1995)

Future Sound Of London - ISDN (White Edition) (1995)
FLAC 824 kbps avg. | CUE | Time: 75'19'' | 433 MB RAR
Electronic, Ambient, Leftfield, IDM, Experimental
Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman EP [FLAC] (1995)

Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman EP (1995)
FLAC 779 kbps avg. | Time: 23'57'' | 135 MB RAR
Electronic, Ambient
Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman EP (1995)

Future Sound Of London - Far-Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman EP (1995)
Ambient, Electronic | MP3 CBR 192 kbps | Time: 23'57'' | 34 MB RAR
The Chillout Zone Massive - Future Sound Of London Megamix (3 Hours Longform Mix) (2004)

The Chillout Zone Massive presents Slidin'tune Compilation vol. 18:
Future Sound Of London Megamix (3 Hours Longform Mix) (2004)

MP3 CBR 224 kbps | CUE | Time: 179'32'' | 293 MB RAR
Ambient, Electronic, Psychedelic, Trip-Hop, Easy Listening

Links updated: 2007.07.20.

The Future Sound of London - From The Archives Vol.6 (2010)  Music

Posted by gribovar at May 20, 2017
The Future Sound of London - From The Archives Vol.6 (2010)

The Future Sound of London - From The Archives Vol.6 (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 276 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 114 MB | Covers - 109 MB
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, IDM, Techno | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: fsoldigital (CD TOT 65)

From the Archives Vol. 6 is a release from The Future Sound of London's From the Archives series. As with the rest of the series, the music within covers their unreleased 1990s experiments and songs that never made it to the albums released at the time. This particular volume begins with earlier material based around the band's acid techno years, and moves into more abstract and experimental work further into the album. Following the popularity of the previous two volumes, volume 6 is segued from start to finish, with no gaps between tracks.
The Future Sound of London - Archived : Environmental : Views (2017)

The Future Sound of London - Archived : Environmental : Views (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:26:30 | 336 Mb
Electronic, Ambient, IDM | Label: Fsoldigital

FSOL's contribution to Record Storey Day 2017 is a triple-LP set called Archived : Environmental : Views. One can guess that the first LP will be tracks from the archives, the second LP will be pieces recorded as part of the Environments series, and third will be 'Viewed from' tracks.

The Future Sound Of London - The Pulse EPs (2008)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Nov. 10, 2016
The Future Sound Of London - The Pulse EPs (2008)

The Future Sound Of London - The Pulse EPs (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 595 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 186 MB | Covers - 75 MB
Genre: IDM, Techno, Ambient | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Jumpin' & Pumpin' (CD TOT 57)

The Pulse EPs gathers together some of the strongest tracks FSOL recorded before the release of Accelerator (1991). Originally pressed as four 12" EPs between 1991 and 1992, the record collects 16 pieces under the band's more well known aliases of Mental Cube, Indo Tribe, Yage and Smart Systems, plus the first ever Future Sound of London tracks (which, "Hardhead" in particular, are far removed from the layered, abstract work the name is most famous for). On that level, there is little here for those wanting another Lifeforms or Dead Cities, but any fans of Accelerator are urged to get ahold of this, and it works as a more singular and focussed effort than the similar Earthbeat compilation, which veers jarringly from vocal house to ambient breaks and acid house…