Fluke ‎– Risotto

Label:
Circa ‎– CIRCA33, Circa ‎– 7243 8 44656 1 2, Circa ‎– 7243 8 44869 14, Circa ‎– 7243 8 44870 10, Circa ‎– 7243 8 44869 1 4, Circa ‎– 7243 8 44870 1 0
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A01 Absurd 5:48
A02 Atom Bomb 5:45
A03 Kitten Moon 9:18
B04 Mosh 6:20
B05 Bermuda 7:57
C06 Setback 8:54
C07 Amp 8:09
D08 Reeferendrum 7:22
D09 Squirt 6:15
D10 Goodnight Lover
Written-By – Steve Dub
7:34

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Sleeve Sticker:
10 TRK LP

IN: SIDE FOR TRACKLIST

2X6"X2DISCS
ISTRUZIONI D'USO
01H:11M:225 PEEL

Sleeve:
Printed in UK

INNER SLEEVES FOR FULL DETAILS L2R

Inner Sleeve DISC 01:
VOID

ALL TRACKS PUBLISHED BY SIX OF ONE/V2 PUBLISHING,
EXCEPT: PUBLISHED BY SIX OF ONE
/V2 MUSIC PUBLISHING/COPYRIGHT CONTROL

CONTAKT: WWW. THEDESIGNERSREPUBLIC. COM

Inner Sleeve DISC 02:
VOID

RING... RING...

FLUKE/DR: WOULD LIKE TO THANK
KITCHENAID FOR KINDLY LET US BORROW THE BEAUTIFUL CHROME MIXER
TO CONTACT KITCHENAID CONTACT 0345 023447

WITH THANKS: ASHLEY NEWTON, RAY COOPER, AND ALL SUPPORT AT VIRGIN.CIRCA, STEVE DUB, PHIL CHARTERS, RACHAEL STEWART,
JOHN PENNINGTON, DAVE MAY, SHANDY, JONATHON, HUGH, JON, LOUISE, JAMES G, MARIA FORTE AND ALL AT V2, JILL COMBER, HANNAH
P., BARRY ANDREWS, MARGO BUCHANON, DAVE PITMAN, HELEN KNOX, KEITH WOODS AND ANDREW GOLDSTONE AT ASTRALWERKS, BEN SPOT,
DIG + RICHARD AT SOUND CONTROL, ERIC AT MEDIA SPEC, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Labels:
LONG PLAY ER. MADE IN ENGLAND.

Info:
Issued in a picture sleeve with pictured inner-sleeves.
Durations are listed as above on the sleeves but with different times on the labels (below), both inner sleeves contain lyrics for the songs.

Absurd 5.47
Atom Bomb 5.45
Kitten Moon 9.56
Mosh 6.19
Bermuda 8.06
Setback 8.55
Amp 8.14
Reeferendrum 7.35
Squirt 6.15
Goodnight Lover 7.34

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24384 46561 2
  • Barcode (String): 724384465612
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Runout)): CIRCA 33 A-1-1-2 D
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (Runout)): CIRCA 33 B-1-1-1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side (Runout)): CIRCA 33 C-1-1-1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side (Runout)): CIRCA 33 D-1-1-1 D
  • Rights Society: belBIEM
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Price Code: F: PM264

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
ASW 6224 AD Fluke Risotto(CD, Album, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 6224 AD US 1997 Sell This Version
VJCP-25327 Fluke Risotto(CD, Album) Virgin VJCP-25327 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
DPRO 1624 Fluke Risotto(CD, Album, Promo) Virgin Music Canada DPRO 1624 Canada 1997 Sell This Version

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derpif

derpif

February 14, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Listened to it for the first time in years, it's as great as it was in 1997. Unbelievable, most of the music from back than sound so dated now, this album does not. Everybody should own this. Sound reminds me of old Crystal Method as in Vegas, maybe that is because I listened to both at the same time period extensively.
jammin023

jammin023

February 22, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
Fluke were initially part of my "Holy Trinity" of progressive house acts in the early 90s, along with Leftfield and Underworld. Everyone's heard of the other two, so why are Fluke so criminally under-recognised? Like the others, they went out from their progressive house background to forge new musical directions and break new ground - in Fluke's case, they took on breakbeats in ways that in 1997 were nothing short of exhilirating, and whether it was the grimy big beats of Atom Bomb or Absurd, or the sweet chittering of Reeferendrum or Setback, they laid the foundations for both midtempo crunk/glitch-hop, and (via Hybrid a couple of years later) nuskool breaks.

Atom Bomb is probably a victim of its own success at inspiring copycats, because it's the one track that sounds a bit "of its day" now - buried under the weight of its many imitators in the brief upsurge of interest in Big Beat that followed, but pretty much everything else on this album still sounds fresh as I write this 14 years after its release. If you want to experience Fluke at the height of their powers of groove and skills of production, let this album take you on a journey...