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    FSOL* - ISDN Show (CD)


    1. Yolrajas

      "Dead Cities" was my first FSoL purchase, and it's a journey of cinematic proportions. Thematic, yes, but never content to let the listener stay in one place for long; full of twists, turns, and dramatic flourishes, this album redefines what is possible in electronic music/5(52).
    2. Vudojin

      Dec 11,  · While this CD is usually considered FSOL's 3rd album Its not an actual studio album. These 15 tracks are actually tracks that FSOL played over an ISDN internet hook-up throughout and So this isn't exactly an album with a theme or story to tell.. as most tracks were recorded days, weeks and months apart/5().
    3. Faulkree

      Aug 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Future Sound Of London ISDN YouTube The Future Sound of London - Essential Mix [] BBC RADIO 1FM LONDON - Duration: Driving Music 17, views.
    4. Toramar

      Oct 19,  · There's also Carlos from the ISDN Show CD which hasn't been released. And there are three or four more tracks from the Dead Cities tour that are currently unreleased. They were working on an EP for Glass that never came about, and there's an Oil remix of Yage which hasn't been released yet, and a couple of alternate remixes of that which were.
    5. Tojale

      () ISDN Show (A promo recording of a live netcast) () The Otherness (Bonus track album on "The Isness & The Otherness", a 2-CD special limited edition) () A Gigantic Globular Burst Of Anti-Static (Soundtrack for an art exhibition held at the Kinetica Art Museum, London in ).
    6. Samujin

      Recorded live during various ISDN digital phone link transmissions from FSOL's studio to Europe and New York City, this is a revolutionary document of the possibilities of electronic music. Regardless of the intent - the liner notes suggest an artistic statement against the trappings of "performance" and such - an amazing piece of art has been.
    7. Mazugar

      Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about FSOL* - ISDN Show at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your FSOL* collection/5(36).
    8. Kazrasho

      Compared to where most of the band's career would later go, Accelerator is a fairly conventional debut from the duo -- certainly it's the most explicitly commercial-minded the duo ever was, slotting in well with many other early-'90s U.K. dance/techno outfits. As such it's also arguably the least cryptic and most approachable release for newcomers, holding up well a decade after its original.

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