The third album, In No Sense? Nonsense!, by the English avant-garde synth-pop band Art Of Noise is an experimental record. The instrumental power is besides the traditional band sounds (electric guitars, drums, and synthesizers) made up by orchestral and choral music. Art Of Noise created a piece where everything fits together in the sound as a whole.
This is the new 2LP Best Of assembling the biggest hits and remixes produced by Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook. Spanning nearly two decades of his career, Fatboy Slim still dominates the dancefloor as his international touring schedule demonstrates. This collection includes multiple top 10 hits along with the most successful remix productions of his career.
"Vertigo" is the second studio album by the British electronica duo Groove Armada, released in 1999 on the Jive Electro record label. It contains the well-known singles "At the River" (which was previously featured on the duo's debut album Northern Star) and "I See You Baby". A masterpiece of late 1990’s back in print on 19 April 2019!
"Tourist" is the third studio album by French producer Ludovic Navarre, released under his stage name St Germain. The album's musical style is described by AllMusic as "a synthesis of electronics with jazz soloing".As of 2018, "Tourist" has sold over four million copies worldwide."Tourist" formed the soundtrack of the 2001 French film "Chaos".
On 29 October, 2010 Hooverphonic released the single "The Night Before" to introduce new singer Noémie Wolfs. This was followed on November 26 by the release of the full-length album "The Night Before". The album went platinum in Belgium soon after its release.
Blue Wonder Power Milk is the second studio album by the Belgian band Hooverphonic, released on 11 August 1998. It is the band's first album featuring lead singer Geike Arnaert. "This Strange Effect", "Lung", "Club Montepulciano" and "Eden" were released as singles from Blue Wonder Power Milk, with "Eden" peaking at number 12 on the Wallonia Ultratop 50...
Third is the 3rd studio album by the UK electronic band Portishead. It was first released in 2008 in the UK by Island Records and a day later in the US by Mercury Records. The band's 1st studio album in 11 years, it moved away from the trip hop style they had popularised, incorporating influences such as krautrock, surf rock, doo wop, and the film...
Big Calm is the second studio album by English electronic music group Morcheeba. It was released in March 1998 by Indochina Records and Sire Records. The album reached the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart, while the single "Part of the Process" charted in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart in August of the same year.
Boulevard is an album by French DJ Ludovic Navarre, released under the stage name St. Germain. It was originally released in the UK on July 28, 1995, but was later released in the USA March 26, 2002. The album is more dance music-oriented and relaxing compared to his 2000 hit album Tourist.
Vincent Fenton (born March 26, 1991), known professionally as French Kiwi Juice or the abbreviation FKJ, is a French multi-instrumentalist, singer, and musician from Tours. His self-titled debut album, French Kiwi Juice, was released on March 3, 2017. FKJ has performed at music festivals including Coachella, EUPHORIA, CRSSD, and Lightning in a Bottle.
In The Many Faces of Depeche Mode we will explore a different side of them, including collaborations, their side projects, their influences, plus a revision of their fantastic catalog. With fantastic artwork and remastered sound, The Many Faces of Depeche Mode is the ultima addition to the Many Faces collection, and also remember that the album is not...
Zen (漸 Zen) is the sixth solo studio album by Japanese hip hop producer DJ Krush. It was released in 2001. It peaked at number 66 on the Oricon Albums Chart. John Bush of AllMusic gave the album 4 stars out of 5, saying, "DJ Krush works his way into a vision of sublime, downbeat hip-hop that's a snug fit with the title."
Volcov returns with vol.2 of compilation series From The Archive on BBE Music. From The Archive Vol. 2 features several tracks never before released on vinyl, including Afterlife Vol.2 by Black Renaissance composer and Roy Ayers collaborator Harry Whitaker and Ron Trent’s homage to French violin genius Jean-Luc Ponty, Ori Space.
The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was first released on 30 June 1997 by XL Recordings in the United Kingdom and on 1 July 1997 by Maverick Records in the United States.
Songs of Faith and Devotion is the eighth studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode, released in the UK in 1993 by Mute Records and in the US and Canada by Sire and Reprise Records. The album incorporated a more aggressive, darker rock-oriented tone than its predecessor, Violator (1990), largely influenced by the emerging alternative rock...
A Broken Frame is the second studio album by English electronic band Depeche Mode, released on 27 September 1982 by Mute Records. The album was written entirely by Martin Gore and recorded after the departure of Vince Clarke, who had left to form Yazoo with singer Alison Moyet.
Protection is the second studio album by English electronic music group Massive Attack, released on 26 September 1994 by Circa and Virgin Records. It was the last album to feature Tricky as a member of the group, before going solo with his album Maxinquaye in 1995.
Mezzanine is the third studio album by English electronic music group Massive Attack, released on 20 April 1998 by Circa and Virgin Records. It was produced by the group and Neil Davidge. Musically, Mezzanine sees the group expanding their trip hop sound to electronica stylings, with diverse influences from new wave, rock, hip hop, and dub music.