Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman (Vinyl)

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Digitally re-mastered 20th Anniversary edition of the Electronica act's hugely influential album. Underworld's debut arrived as a fully formed statement of intent. It's' nine tracks showcased the limitless possibilities of electronic music. Although born out of club culture, DUBNOBASS defied the accepted genres of the time - equally suited to the dancefloor and the after party, it was as immersive an experience quaking through bass bins or headphones. Two decades on from it's original release, it's unarguable that the album is one of the most influential British electronic records of all time; a signpost for everything from dance music's easy relationship with main stages at festivals to the radio/globe-conquering EDM phenomenon.

Product Details

Barcode
602537907953
Department
Music
Released
21 Oct 2014
Artist
Underworld
Format
Vinyl
Genre
Dance & Electronic
Label
UMe
Number of Discs
2
Tracks
  1. Dark & Long
[Disc 1]
  1. Mmmskyscraper I Love You
  2. Surfboy
  3. Spoonman
  4. Tongue
  5. Dirty Epic
  6. Cowgirl
  7. River Of Bass
  8. M.E
Year
2014
Videos
Underworld - Mmm Skyscraper I Love You - (Full Length)
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Published 10 years ago by PostEchoCorp
Duration: 13:10
Underworld - M.E.
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Published 10 years ago by UnderworldFan94
Duration: 07:09
Underworld - Dark and long
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Published 8 years ago by Trip Hop Universe
Duration: 07:36
Supply Source
UK

Underworld

Artist Photo
Real Name
Karl Hyde, Rick Smith, (Darren Emerson)
Profile
UK electronic music act formed by Rick Smith and Karl Hyde in 1987 after their former band Freur disbanded. The first line-up released more song oriented funky guitar based pop over the course of two albums. In 1991 the core duo returned with a new track oriented technoid direction and a new ally; DJ Darren Emerson. In 1996 the former b-side "Born Slippy NUXX" was used in Danny Boyle's film "Trainspotting" and became an instant anthem of the mid to late 1990's. Emerson left in 2000 after the release of "Everything, Everything" to pursue a solo career.
Members
  • Alfie Thomas
  • Baz Allen
  • Bryn B. Burrows
  • Darren Emerson
  • Karl Hyde
  • Pascal Consoli
  • Rick Smith
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