LFO (2) ‎– Brainstorm

Label:
Fast Forward Records ‎– LF 1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Brainstorm Pt. 1
B Brainstorm Pt. 2

Credits

Notes

℗ & © 1990 Fast Forward Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 014563 004566
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side A): Stu MPO LF 1 A¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side B): MPO LF 1 B¹

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LF 1 L'F'O* Brainstorm(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Fast Forward Records LF 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
LF 1 LFO (2) Brainstorm(12", W/Lbl) Fast Forward Records LF 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
LF 1 LFO (2) Brainstorm(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Fast Forward Records LF 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
613 988 LFO (2) Brainstorm (The Remix)(12") Global Satellite 613 988 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
663 988 LFO (2) Brainstorm (The Remix)(CD, Maxi) Global Satellite 663 988 Germany 1990 Sell This Version

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8892sales

8892sales

August 5, 2017

As far as those that believe this record is greater than the real LFO is concerned. I have to politely disagree. Yes, Brainstorm is a great record and an absolute, underground bleep techno classic. But to say it is better than anything that Bell/Varley made. Nah. Even if one thinks every other track by them is rubbish. At the end of the day, they made LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix) which wipes the floor over everything related including this and is still a timeless classic and never gets tiresome imo. Ever.
mattbat0

mattbat0

March 6, 2015
Quality tune - this really sums up for me that early 1990 mellower techno sound that was doing the rounds at the time....
Cheese101

Cheese101

January 20, 2015

I still think Brainstorm Pt 1 is better than anything put out by the "real" L.F.O.
A true classic.
jam1

jam1

October 14, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
Brilliant tune!
funk_wid_it

funk_wid_it

July 30, 2012
edited 7 months ago

Here we have 80s UK electro legend Paul Hardcastle coming on the Bass & Bleep tip, not to mention making waves within the scene by using the same name as the Leed's based LFO! Saying that, it turns out that Paul Hardcastle was indeed first to use the name 'LFO' in 1988. Talk about confusion, eh? :) ;) LOL.