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Performer: FSOL
Genre: Electronic
Title: ISDN
Country: UK
Released: 05 Dec 1994
Style: Leftfield, IDM, Downtempo, Experimental, Ambient
Label: Virgin
Catalog Number: CDV 2755, 7243 8 40066 2 4
MP3 version ZIP size: 2149 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2059 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 413

Tracklist

1Eyes Pop - Skin Explodes - Everybody Dead3:45
2Slider7:20
3Hot Knives3:20
4You're Creeping Me Out6:31
5It's My Mind That Works3:21
6Smokin Japanese Babe
Bass [Acoustic Bass Loops] – John Williams
5:07
7The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman
Bass [Bassballs] – Phillip Pin
4:14
8Dirty Shadows6:12
9Appendage2:33
10Are They Fightin Us6:23
11Tired6:37
12Egypt4:11
13A Study Of Six Guitars4:17
14An End Of Sorts5:26
15Just A Fuckin Idiot5:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneFSOL ISDN ‎(15xFile, AAC, Album)VirginnoneUSUnknown
PMT011FSOL ISDN ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Future Sound Of London)PMT011RussiaUnknown
TCVX 2755A/BFSOL ISDN ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)VirginTCVX 2755A/BUK1995
CDVX 2755, 7243 8 40387 2 4FSOL ISDN ‎(CD, Album)Virgin, VirginCDVX 2755, 7243 8 40387 2 4UK & Europe1995
VX2755, 7243 8 40387 1 7FSOL ISDN ‎(2xLP, Album)Virgin, VirginVX2755, 7243 8 40387 1 7UK & Europe1995

Credits

  • Design [Uncredited]Buggy G. Riphead
  • EngineerYage
  • Producer, Written-ByThe Future Sound Of London

Notes

Original limited edition release of 10,000 copies. Later reissued as CDVX 2755 with an amended tracklist (tracks 12, 13 and 15 are exclusive to this release). Packaged in cruciform velcro-sealed embossed card case which unfolds to reveal a standard card sleeve inside containing the disc. The outer case is embossed with the text "FSOL ISDN" on the front.

Engineered by Yage for EBV
Recorded live at Earthbeat Studios, London, 1994 during various ISDN transmissions:
Live to Holland via VPRO Radio 9/9/94: tracks 1, 4, 6, 11 & 13
Live to Europe via Radio 1 FM 14/5/94: tracks 9, 14 & 15
Live to The Kitchen New York 5/11/94: tracks 3, 7, 8 & 10
Track 3: acoustic bass loops sourced from the album "Cavatina", put through the machines.

Published by Sony Music Publishing
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Virgin Records Ltd.
℗ 1994 Virgin Records Ltd.
© 1994 Virgin Records Ltd.
Printed in UK

Uncredited:
Synth string loop on track 3 is taken from "Entrance (Hohner Afternooning)" by Sun Electric, from the album "Ahhh!"
Both the title of track 7 and the vocal sample on the intro of track 8 ("You know the way everybody's into weirdness right now? Cosmic unconscious.") are taken from the 1984 movie "Repo Man".

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24384 00662 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724384006624
  • Matrix / Runout (Variations 1, 2 and 3): 840066 2 . 1 : 1 : 6 EMI SWINDON
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 4): 840066 2 . 1 : 1 : 4 EMI SWINDON
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Price Code: PM 527
  • Mould SID Code (Variation 1): ifpi 1404
  • Mould SID Code (Variation 2): ifpi 1405
  • Mould SID Code (Variation 3): ifpi 1420
  • Mould SID Code (Variation 4): (none)

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – EMI Swindon

Video

Album

ISDN is a music album by experimental electronica artists The Future Sound of London which was released in two different versions in 1994 and 1995. FSOL - Psycho-Crab . FSOL - Her Face Forms In Summertime . FSOL - G Eletro . FSOL - Everyone In The World . FSOL - Sitting Around. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1995 CD от ISDN на to music from fsol isdn like Kai, Appendage & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from fsol isdn. isdn CD, album leftfield, idm, downtempo, experimental, ambient, virgin, rub. P&p: rub p&p. FSOL - ISDN. The disc starts off with sort of a live sound as one can hear people talking and just a little bit of electronic gurgling in the background before one of the members of the group calls out for people to stop flashing lights and the track creeps into motion. It's a fairly dark sounding effort, with a rhythm comprised of a muted blast of wind noise and plenty of little blips and squirts to go around. by SaturnVoyage May 17 2019 via iPhone. No products in the cart. ISDN Cassette Album. Out of stock. Third album from The Future Sound Of London, released in 1995. We have a very limited stock of this original cassette release. All tapes are unplayed but due to the age of these items some of the packaging may be slightly marked. Instead of touring for the Lifeforms album in 1994, they instead set up a series of appearances on a variety of radio stations, as well as concert dates involving broadcasting to specific venues. ISDN, named after the high-speed connection that made these ventures possible, compiles a variety of cuts from four different sessions, including one with Robert Fripp. FSOL - ISDN - 3 Appendage, FSOL-ISDN - трек 7, FSOL - ISDN - 2 The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman, FSOL - ISDN - Egypt, Appendage, FSOL '94 ISDN - Slider, FSOL - Smokin Japanese Babe и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. 2 The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman - FSOL - ISDN. Egypt - FSOL - ISDN. Appendage - FSOL - ISDN. Slider - FSOL '94 ISDN. Smokin Japanese Babe - FSOL. ISDN - FSOL. Appendage - FSOL. Add album to Cart. BBC - Radio1 1993
Cordabor
This wrecked-in many, many heads back in the day and probably keeps doing so. Something of an apex in the 'sample the living sh*t out of everything and process it' approach to production of the early-mid 1990s. Captures the post-Cold War early-internet head space very well; as though you are peering into a mad laboratory of EMS engineers on a LSD-drenched post-MKUltra freakout (the 2003 German documentary 'The Net' is a perfect visual companion to this) . It also sounds as cinematic, and more 'Blade Runner' than just about any other ambient-techno record you'll ever find. VERY Essential.

Blacknight
Just A F*ckin Idiot contain's samples from the old Disney sci-fi movie The Black Hole. Not sure of the "Stop flashing your lights" bit at the start, sounds like Stone Roses Ian Brown, can anyone confirm that???

Gholbimand
Have you actually verified this claim for yourself? . .

Brazil
Its Bernard Sumner. and sampled from Joy Division live at Preston Warehouse February 28, 1980.

HelloBoB:D
Brian Dougans has confirmed a few times on Facebook that it's definitely not Bernard Sumner.

Broadcaster
What evidence do you have for that though? Other sources say Joy Division, not New Order. This would make more sense, given Ian Curtis had epilepsy which would explain the request to 'leave the lights alone'.

Foiuost
"Could you leave the lights alone, please? Stop flashing the fucking lights." is Bernard Sumner of New Order, taken from a New Order live bootleg.

Nuliax
excellent ambient house of the 90s, out there w Mixmaster Morris,The Orb,Aphex Twin & Orbital..Other samples used are 'Everybody online-looking good!'from Aliens & some crunching sounds from Terminator I or II(when the exoskeletons crush real skeletons in the future scenes..).

Zulurr
Ambient house??? :/ You have to re-listen for it maybe....

Broadraven
<I>ISDN</I> is not just a high-speed internet connection, it’s a compilation of live recordings that the Future Sound of London did, merged seamlessly into one another. It’s futuristic in the best way possible with sounds and textures and sonic images floating in and out of cyberspace. There’s the super-futuristic jazz of “The Far Out Son of Lung and the Ramblings of a Madman” (led in by a sample from <I>Aliens</I>) and “Smokin’ Japanese Babe.” “Slider” is as dark funk as any I’ve heard, while “Eyes Pop – Skin Explodes – Everyone Dead” sounds like electronic Baroque music. “Tired” starting with a delicate guitar before going into some chugging beats, then some icy synths. That’s what’s so wonderful about this album: it’s a journey in the best sense, with new things to hear and see around every corner. “Egypt” goes for ethnic electro, while “A Study of Six Guitars” has the guitars, definitely, but also some industrial percussion too. Plug in to <I>ISDN</I> today.

Kikora
the pictures provided here are only of the front and back of the inner cd sleeve--the outer sleeve is not pictured here (as of 12/2003). the inner sleeve is itself wrapped in a folded cardboard outer sleeve (basically a tri-fold type of sleeve) which is held shut with velcro tabs. the inside of this sleeve is a panaramic of slick 3d graphics, with a glossy finish, while the outside of the sleeve is a tougher laminate type of finish to protect the cardboard. "FSOL ISDN" is embossed in large letters across the center of the front cover, with a sticker affixed along the top indicating "a limited edition of 10,000 copies". by today's standards, this release will probably seem very cheesy and dated to many listeners. it's worth checking out if you haven't ever heard it: this was an important release for FSOL, and FSOL were very influential artists at that time (early 90's). to understand where "electronic listening music" (or ambient, or idm) is today, one needs to be familiar with the work of FSOL.