The Chemical Brothers ‎– Exit Planet Dust

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1 Leave Home
Bass [Dirty Bass] – Seggs*
5:32
2 In Dust We Trust 5:17
3 Song To The Siren 3:16
4 Three Little Birdies Down Beats 5:38
5 Fuck Up Beats 1:25
6 Chemical Beats 4:50
7 Chico's Groove 4:48
8 One Too Many Mornings
Engineer – Dan Zamani
4:13
9 Life Is Sweet
Engineer – Tim HolmesVocals – Tim Burgess
6:33
10 Playground For A Wedgeless Firm 2:31
11 Alive Alone
Vocals – Beth Orton
5:16

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Notes

Recorded between August and November 1994 in Orinoco and Da Da studios south London.
Edited and compiled at Berwick Street.
Mastered at The Exchange.

Leave Home contains a sample of Blake Baxter's 'Brothers Gonna Work It Out'.
Song To The Siren recorded live at Sabresonic nightclub March 1994.
One Too Many Mornings contains a sample of Swallow's 'Peekaboo' and 'Follow Me Down'.

Printed on disc: Made in UK

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  • Rights Society: BIEM MCPS

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XDUSTLP1, 7243 8 40540 1 4 The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust(2xLP, Album) Freestyle Dust, Junior Boy's Own, Virgin XDUSTLP1, 7243 8 40540 1 4 UK 1995 Sell This Version
TOCP-53559, XDUSTCD1, none The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust(CD, Album, RE, Gre) Virgin, EMI Music Japan Inc, Junior Boy's Own, Freestyle Dust TOCP-53559, XDUSTCD1, none Japan 2013 Sell This Version
7243 8 40540 4 5, 7243 8 40540 2 1 The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust(Cass, Album) Virgin, Virgin 7243 8 40540 4 5, 7243 8 40540 2 1 US 1995 Sell This Version
7243 8 40540 21, XDUSTCD1 The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust(CD, Album, RE) Virgin, Freestyle Dust, Junior Boy's Own 7243 8 40540 21, XDUSTCD1 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
312697 The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust(CD, Album, Unofficial) CD Media Records, Freestyle Dust (2) 312697 Russia 1997 Sell This Version

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h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

September 14, 2013

Next to Surrender and Hanna this is their best work. Total bigbeat classic.
budnik

budnik

August 19, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
the chemical brothers are quite possibly the most important group of the 1990's. They have been pushing boundaries that other bands dare not to. Thing is, they manage to pull it off every time.

This, for me, is their best album. It has everything, wonderful downbeat tracks which are bliss ala "one too many mornings", to the straight up party anthems "chemical beats" (which you'll know from the Playstation game "Wipeout 2097").

This album is best enjoyed watching the sun go down at Cafe Mambo or somewhere like that. Its a special album this, treat yourself.

Tom n Ed, we salute you.
harmisajedi

harmisajedi

November 5, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
This is ground zero for big-beat/break-beat afficionados... You can't call yourself one without owning it. To paraphrase the Rolling Stone review, 'whether you enjoy the ecclecticism of the Chems or not, Exit Planet Dust will still cause more hedonism per square foot than any other CD for a long while.'