THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - ISDN (Ltd Edition) (1994)

CD (CDV2755)/12"/CD (ASW 6144) 5th December 1994

01. Just A Fuckin Idiot
02. The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman
03. Appendage
04. Slider
05. Smokin Japanese Babe
06. You're Creeping Me Out
07. Eyes Pop - Skin Explodes - Everybody Dead
08. It's My Mind That Works
09. Dirty Shadows
10. Tired
11. Egypt
12. Are They Fightin Us
13. Hot Knives
14. A Study Of Six Guitars
15. An End Of Sorts



THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - ISDN (1995)

CD (CDVX2755)/12"/CD (ASW 6144) 5th June 1995

01. Just A Fuckin Idiot
02. The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman
03. Appendage
04. Slider
05. Smokin Japanese Babe
06. You're Creeping Me Out
07. Eyes Pop - Skin Explodes - Everybody Dead
08. It's My Mind That Works
09. Dirty Shadows
10. Tired
11. Egypt
12. Kai
13. Amoeba
14. A Study Of Six Guitars
15. Snake Hips



THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PROMO 500 (1994)

2x12" (PROMO500)

01. Slider
02. Snake Hips
03. You're Creeping Me Out
04. Herd Killing
05. Live In New York

Notes:
A collection of recordings from FSOL's 1994 ISDN Tour.

The album was released in a black digipack in 1994, limited to 10,000 copies in the UK and 10,000 copies in the US. The following year, it was re-released in a white-sleeved jewel case, with "Kai", "Amoeba" and "Snake Hips" replacing "Are They Fightin Us", "Hot Knives" and "An End Of Sorts"

"Promo 500" was a promo release limited to 500 copies only. The track on it called "Herd Killing" is a different track to its namesake on Dead Cities.

FSOL's most claustrophobic sounding album is mostly constructed from raw hip-hop drum loops and acid jazz tinges, with ambient interludes. The album was collected from live performances, then mixed into a full journey, like their other albums. Loops and sounds credited this time include John Williams, 23 Skidoo and Current 93 amongst other sources. The white version comes with a 16 page booklet with photos and graphic manipulations from Buggy G. Riphead and FSOL, as well as Gaz's musings on the performance and recording of the album. The photographs include pictures of their friend, Vit, as well as the usual appearence by Shauneen Ta and the Electronic Brain.


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