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Yage Guinea

cat February 7th, 2014 by Virtual Keeper

History of The Future Sound can be divided into two parts approximately: up Accelerator and after Lifeforms. Accelerator album track, and especially Papua New Guinea was a turning point in the fate of the group. Before Accelerator'ny period very few people known. Only a few names of Mental Cube, Humanoid, Semi Real, Yage, Smart Systems and Indo Tribe something to say. Dance and underground music.

All released in the light before the album Accelerator never reprinted. And it is unlikely that any of this can be found in music stores. Their breakthrough in the mass began with the Papua New Guinea. This track voiced series for the BBC. It is said that it attracted the attention of Virgin Records and they signed a contract with the band, Brian and Gary Cobain Dugans (Brian Dougans & Gary Cobain – all releases to Accelerator'a name was listed as Gary Cockbain, no one really can not say why, including the most Cobain). Students at Manchester University, who studied electronics, Cobain and Dugans organized the project in early 90s.

Vocal Lisa Gerrard sample (Lisa Gerrard) from Dead Can Dance, bass line of one of the compositions of Meat Beat Manifesto, plus sluggish rhythms UK breakbeat and ambient layers piling up – from this material was made first, and probably the most famous hit FSOL – Papua New Guinea. Single his way, even pop the UK charts, reprinted six times and the number of remixes for this track tends to infinity. FSOL, was interested in experiments with the musical ideas of philosophers and glands of hallucinogens were something of a musical panacea-90.

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