Herbert* ‎– 100 Lbs

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Phono ‎– phonocd1, Phono ‎– efacd1704026
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Tracklist

1 Rude 4:05
2 Desire 4:25
3 Thinking Of You 4:52
4 Oo Licky 7:36
5 Friday They Dance 6:51
6 Pen 4:32
7 100 Lbs 7:18
8 Take Me Back 7:37
9 Deeper 8:44
10 Resident 5:32
11a See You On Monday 11:37
11b (no audio) 1:00
11c Untitled 2:58

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Credits

Notes

Conceived on the pavement. Laboured in Kent. Delivered by forceps.

Recorded in Swingtime.

℗ 1996 Phono © 1996 Phono
Made in England

Released in a Digipak with white tray, manufactured by J. Upton, England.

Track 1 includes an intro (spoken word piece plus fanfare) which appears at the start of the track. This is also how it appears on the original Part One 12". The reissue of 100 Lbs had this piece removed. Therefore the length of "Rude" is 4:05 on this release, and 3:47 on the reissue.
Track 11 includes a hidden, untitled track at the end of "See You On Monday", which ends at 11:37. There's 1 minute of silence before the untitled track starts at 12:38 and lasts until the end at 15:35.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 027220 800123
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5027220800123
  • Matrix / Runout: PHONOCD1 104092011 & MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0451

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
phonocd1, efacd1704026 Herbert* 100 Lbs(CD, Album, PMD) Phono, Phono phonocd1, efacd1704026 UK 1996 Sell This Version
phonocd1, efacd1704026 Herbert* 100 Lbs(CD, Album, RP, Uni) Phono, Phono phonocd1, efacd1704026 UK Unknown Sell This Version
!K7209CD Herbert* 100 Lbs(2xCD, Promo) Studio !K7 !K7209CD Germany 2006 Sell This Version
!K7209CD Herbert* 100 Lbs(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Studio !K7 !K7209CD Germany 2006 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

June 7, 2004

Though not as polished as it could be, Herbert’s debut album, <I>100 Lbs.</I>, still shows a unique sensibility and approach to house music. “Thinking of You” undoubtedly has the beat to make it work, but the smooth synths give it a bouncy outlook. “Oo Licky” beings to showcase of that Herbert humor, with the vocal sample and the digitized voice exhorting the listener to chill out. My favorite track here, “Friday They Dance” is deep and gracious, starting off quietly and content to maintain that mood. A few tracks seem a bit underdeveloped (“Take Me Back” and “Deeper,” for instance), but those shortcomings are more than compensated for by other excellent tracks (like “Resident” or “See You On Monday”). Herbert has helped house move in a new direction, and this album shows the first few steps he took.