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Performer: FSOL
Genre: Electronic
Title: ISDN
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1706 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1460 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1767 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 185
Other Formats: AIFF MP2 TTA DXD VOX MOD MP1

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.

The original version of the album (limited pressing) had a black cover, not white. Three tracks were changed for the newer release as well: Track 12 was "Are They Fightin Us" - 6:24 Track 13 was "Hot Knives" - 3:21 Track 15 was originally "An End of Sorts" - 5:26. Its not an actual studio album. These 15 tracks are actually tracks that FSOL played over an ISDN internet hook-up throughout 1993 and 1994 as most tracks were recorded days, weeks and months apart there is some good music on here. Most of these songs have a lot more drum work in them then FSOL fans were used to.

No products in the cart. ISDN (Cassette Album). 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.

The Future Sound of London (often abbreviated to FSOL) is a British electronic music group composed of Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. Although often associated with ambient music, Cobain and Dougans usually resist being typecast into any one particular genre

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FSOL Slider (ISDN 1994). Download FSOL – Slider (ISDN 1994).

Tracklist

1 Just A Fuckin Idiot 5:39
2 The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman 4:29
3 Appendage 2:25
4 Slider 7:22
5 Smokin Japanese Babe 4:59
6 You're Creeping Me Out 6:31
7 Eyes Pop - Skin Explodes - Everybody Dead 3:45
8 It's My Mind That Works 3:24
9 Dirty Shadows 6:15
10 Tired 6:31
11 Egypt 4:11
12 Kai 4:24
13 Amoeba 5:20
14 A Study Of Six Guitars 4:12
15 Snake Hips 5:51

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Sony Music Publishing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Caroline Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Earthbeat Studios
  • Pressed By – Disctronics USA – 133753

Credits

  • Engineer – Yage
  • Producer – The Future Sound Of London
  • Written-By – The Future Sound Of London

Notes

The original version of the album (limited pressing) had a black cover, not white.
Three tracks were changed for the newer release as well:

Track 12 was "Are They Fightin Us" - 6:24
Track 13 was "Hot Knives" - 3:21
Track 15 was originally "An End of Sorts" - 5:26

Manufactured, Marketed and Distributed By Caroline Records Inc.

No SID Codes present on disc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 17046 61442 9
  • Barcode (String): 017046614429
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): DISCTRONICS USA **ASW-6144** 133753-D1-5139
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): DISCTRONICS USA **ASW-6144** 133753-D1-5139-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDV 2755, 7243 8 40066 2 4 FSOL* ISDN ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Cru) Virgin, Virgin CDV 2755, 7243 8 40066 2 4 UK 1994
none FSOL* ISDN ‎(15xFile, AAC, Album) Virgin none US Unknown
PMT011 FSOL* ISDN ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Future Sound Of London) PMT011 Russia Unknown
TCVX 2755A/B FSOL* ISDN ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Virgin TCVX 2755A/B UK 1995
CDVX 2755, 7243 8 40387 2 4 FSOL* ISDN ‎(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin CDVX 2755, 7243 8 40387 2 4 UK & Europe 1995

Ucantia
Great album to relax to at the end of a long day at work. Just put your headphones on or put the CD in and let Dougans and Cobain take you through their world of twisty sounds, surreal landscapes, intelligent melodies, and at times bliss. Dead Cities is their best album but this comes in at a close second with Lifeforms coming in at a close third.

Aedem
While this CD is usually considered FSOL's 3rd album... Its not an actual studio album. These 15 tracks are actually tracks that FSOL played over an ISDN internet hook-up throughout 1993 and 1994. So this isn't exactly an album with a theme or story to tell.. as most tracks were recorded days, weeks and months apart. Still though.. there is some good music on here. Most of these songs have a lot more drum work in them then FSOL fans were used to. Also is the inclusion of jazz influence in a couple tracks. The outcome works well though and this is a compilation of dark tracks. My personally favorite is Amoeba.. almost an alien sounding drum beat.

Fecage
This album, with its esoteric artwork and sleeve notes and track titles that explain so little, is often looked at the outcast of the FSOL catalogue. A lot of people say that this album is "creepy", or "evil", or that there is very little musically to grab onto (in stark contrast to their early work). I personally feel, however, that ISDN is the pinnacle of their work: a complete vision of the new and flavorful patchwork that these two guys wanted to bring at the height of their career.No one song on this album jumps out at you and grabs you, instead the album just slinks by in a flurry of bizarre vocal snippets, jagged drum loops, keyboard splotches, guitar stabs, muted horns and unsettling moments of clattering ambience. However, with repeated listens I find that this album really molds itself around you and demonstrates a stunning breadth of skill. "Smokin' Japanese Babe" holds up a broken mirror to Portishead and Massive Attack, "It's My Mind That Works" and "Dirty Shadows" walk a finer line than any track on the "Lifeforms" album, and tracks like "Kai" and "The Far Out Son..." interlock wildly disparate parts into a kind of gritty future hip-hop. All the tracks work splendidly together, and the best ones stand on their own as true gems of improvisation. Truly essential listening for people who want to know how far electronic music can really stretch itself.