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  1. Kikasa Reply
    TITLE: Lifeforms. Lifeforms. ARTIST: Future Sound of London. Life Form Ends. Both the CD and sleeve are in excellent condition with just light wear. Elaborate Burn. Written-By –Dougans,Cobain
  2. Zulmaran Reply
    Feb 21,  · Well, to just do the main FSOL albums (including Archives), something like this: Lifeforms Dead Cities Environment Six / Environments II Environment Five Environments 4 ISDN Archives 7 Archives 5 Archives 4 Archives 9 Archives 6 Life in Moments Archives 1 Archives 2 Environments 3 Archives 8 Archives 3 Environments Accelerator.
  3. Metilar Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Accelerator - The Future Sound of London on AllMusic - - Compared to where most of the band's career would Missing: ISDN.
  4. Vijind Reply
    Since the holy trinity of albums that was Lifeforms, ISDN, and Dead Cities, Future Sound Of London fell from the radar for a time, springing up here and there under a handful of their other aliases (my favourites include 'Yage' and 'Orgone Accumulator'), and releasing four albums-worth of archival material through the Environments series.
  5. Mezirn Reply
    Kai, the 12th track on FSOL 's ISDN album, is one of FSOL's best songs, and with its very strong rolling bass, it's also the ultimate song to drive annoying neighbors absolutely insane. This was only necessary one time, the rest of the term they understood.. I enjoy loud music as much as any child of the 's who was raised on hard rock.
  6. Mecage Reply
    ISDN, an Album by The Future Sound of London. Released in June on Astralwerks (catalog no. ASW ; CD). Genres: Ambient Techno.
  7. Gumuro Reply
    Mar 06,  · - FSOL - ISDN Transmission 8, Los Angeles (Groove Radio) [live mix] () - FSOL - ISDN Transmission 16, France (Fun Radio) [live mix] () - FSOL - ISDN Show [Promo CD] () - FSOL - We Have Explosive [single + remixes] () - The EBV releases - Oil - Slight of Hand EP () - Headstone Lane.
  8. Tuzshura Reply
    ISDN is a music album by experimental electronica artists The Future Sound of London which was released in two different versions in and The music on the album is edited together from various live broadcasts that the band had broadcast to radio stations all over the world using ISDN, which at the time was a relatively new technology.
  9. Kigasho Reply
    ISDN Show is a promotional release of a live ISDN show by The Future Sound of London that was netcast around that time, and as such it is a rare item and one of the last, technical, releases by FSOL until The track list given on the CD itself is incorrect: "Yage" is split into two tracks, making the further titles inaccurate. This corrects itself later on as the second .