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My Kingdom

The Future Sound Of London

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Feeling the waters in early '96 with a typically anonymous 12-inch entitled "We Have Explosive," FSOL mark their follow-up this time, both lexically and stylistically, by returning to the dense forest of sonic abstraction characteristic of their earlier work. Unlike "Explosive"'s abrasive amyl-house vibe, "Kingdom" brings together the lush ambiance of Lifeforms with the focused, somewhat dark edge of ISDN, moving through five mixes (four on the vinyl version), all of them otherwise unavailable, of the track derived from their Dead Cities album. Downtempo, drum'n'bass-esque fast-breaks, and foggy ambient electro all find play here. A welcome return to form.
© Sean Cooper /TiVo

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My Kingdom (Part 1)
00:10:50

Ennio Morricone, Composer - Vangelis, Composer - The Future Sound Of London, MainArtist - Brian Dougans, Composer - Garry Cobain, Composer - Wynne, Composer

(C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd ℗ 1996 Virgin Records Limited

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My Kingdom (Part 2)
00:03:17

Ennio Morricone, Composer - Vangelis, Composer - The Future Sound Of London, MainArtist - Brian Dougans, Composer - Garry Cobain, Composer - Wynne, Composer

(C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd ℗ 1996 Virgin Records Limited

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My Kingdom (Part 3)
00:07:12

Ennio Morricone, Composer - Vangelis, Composer - The Future Sound Of London, MainArtist - Brian Dougans, Composer - Garry Cobain, Composer - Wynne, Composer

(C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd ℗ 1996 Virgin Records Limited

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My Kingdom (Part 4)
00:05:14

Ennio Morricone, Composer - Vangelis, Composer - The Future Sound Of London, MainArtist - Brian Dougans, Composer - Garry Cobain, Composer - Wynne, Composer

(C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd ℗ 1996 Virgin Records Limited

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My Kingdom (Part 5)
00:03:53

Ennio Morricone, Composer - Vangelis, Composer - The Future Sound Of London, MainArtist - Brian Dougans, Composer - Garry Cobain, Composer - Wynne, Composer

(C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd ℗ 1996 Virgin Records Limited

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Feeling the waters in early '96 with a typically anonymous 12-inch entitled "We Have Explosive," FSOL mark their follow-up this time, both lexically and stylistically, by returning to the dense forest of sonic abstraction characteristic of their earlier work. Unlike "Explosive"'s abrasive amyl-house vibe, "Kingdom" brings together the lush ambiance of Lifeforms with the focused, somewhat dark edge of ISDN, moving through five mixes (four on the vinyl version), all of them otherwise unavailable, of the track derived from their Dead Cities album. Downtempo, drum'n'bass-esque fast-breaks, and foggy ambient electro all find play here. A welcome return to form.
© Sean Cooper /TiVo

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