LFO ‎– LFO

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Warp Records ‎– WAP 5, Outer Rhythm ‎– WAP 5
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Purple Sleeve
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WARP in association with Outer Rhythm.
Outer Rhythm is a division of Rhythm King.

℗ 1990 W.A.R.P. Records/Outer Rhythm
© 1990 W.A.R.P. Records/Outer Rhythm

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Originally released here in a purple, stickered, die-cut, WARP company sleeve, it was then subsequently issued in a black picture sleeve.

Track durations are not present on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016026 228057
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): MPO WAP 5 A¹ TOWNHOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): MPO WAP 5 B¹ TOWNHOUSE

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAP 5 LFO LFO(12", Promo) Warp Records WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
WAP 5 LFO LFO(Acetate, 12") Warp Records WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
LFO 001 LFO LFO(12", Unofficial) Not On Label (LFO) LFO 001 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
WAP 5 LFO LFO(12", Bla) Warp Records, Outer Rhythm WAP 5 UK 1990 Sell This Version
WAP 5CD LFO LFO(CD, Single) Warp Records, Outer Rhythm WAP 5CD UK 1990 Sell This Version

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8892sales

8892sales

July 17, 2018

Together with a few others on Warp Records. The LFO Remix also contains some serious deep bass. Love Mentok 1 on the remix twelve. Absolute humdinger of a classic.

However, this is the biggest and baddest of the two. I actually really like the other bassline on this tune aswell which alternates with the sub bass. The Clonking/Tone style one. Dare I say, I actually prefer it. It contains so much character and is so well defined within the mix. Absolutely love it. And those fantastic, soothing, trippy, inspiring string pads with an endless build up of peaks and troughs...Doesn't get any better than that really.
jamesclough6

jamesclough6

June 5, 2018
Loved this and all the other warp releases at the time. Used to see the warp sleeve and just buy it without even hearing it first. Nightmares on wax,testone,forgemasters even tricky disco all safely tucked up in my garage.
ashdanerd

ashdanerd

April 14, 2018

Corker of a track and indeed a 12”. Good to play when testing (or trying to blow) subwoofers well.
mwss77

mwss77

February 24, 2018
Classic original from back in the day when dance was dance.....remember hearing this on the old pirate radio stations
djxray

djxray

February 23, 2018
Remember buying this from Bluebird records in Edgware Rd. when it was released. Dat bassline ❤️
Akaikitty

Akaikitty

February 20, 2018

Watch your bass bins.
Almost killed my mums car speakers with this.
Awesome track. Nothing wrong with this one
wildtimes

wildtimes

May 5, 2017
While Manchester was taking all the plaudits. There really was a great scene in Yorkshire in 89/91with the so called Bleep scene.
Great bands , producers and DJs with the like of LFO , Unique 3 , Nightmares on Wax , Sweet Exorcist and The Forgemasters etc....
LFO - LFO killer track one of my desert island discs.......
8892sales

8892sales

February 13, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

I'm not sure of the exact date LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix) was pressed (I'm not talking about being fully released). All I know is that it was being played as early as May 1990 on London pirate radio station, Dance FM, as they were caining it endlessly for good reason, amongst other radio stations. Probably even further back on Sheffield radio stations. The LFO Remix was played a few weeks later.

Boy did it cause tremors, in more ways than one...
ian_s

ian_s

February 5, 2017
According to LFO in the June '96 issue of Muzik, his track allegedly sold around 120,000 copies.
AskeladdenBlack

AskeladdenBlack

January 27, 2017
I seem to remember a story about the boys sneaking into a club in Leeds which was Warehouse I presume tape in hand (damn remember those days playing demos on tape in big clubs all bass and no midrange) getting the dj to play it and Rob & Steve from Warp were there and well Warp became what it became.