LFO ‎– We Are Back / Nurture

Label:
Warp Records ‎– WAP 14
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A We Are Back 4:47
AA Nurture 4:04

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Credits

Notes

Made in England.
℗ 1991 WARP Records
© 1991 WARP Records

Sides are labelled A and AA, but the tracks are listed on rear cover as:
A. We Are Back
A1. Nurture

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021603 014060
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): WAP-14-A₁ ✳ TOWNHOUSE MAX.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA, etched): WAP-14-B₁ ✳ TOWNHOUSE MAX.

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RTD 126.1124.0 LFO We Are Back(12", Promo, W/Lbl, han) Rough Trade RTD 126.1124.0 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
WAPCD 10714 LFO We Are Back(CD, Maxi) Indisc, Warp Records WAPCD 10714 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
WAP 10714 LFO We Are Back / Nurture(12") Warp Records WAP 10714 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
WAP14CDD LFO We Are Back(4xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Warp Records WAP14CDD UK Unknown
RTD 126.1124.0 LFO We Are Back / Nurture(12") Rough Trade, Warp Records RTD 126.1124.0 Germany 1991 Sell This Version

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scherben

scherben

October 21, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

I suspect 'We Are Back' was inspired by -but is by no means imitative of- Phuture's 'Creator'. LFO, of course, going in a totally different direction, with plenty of bleeps and bass (thanks Leon ;)) to put it on a mechanistic, robotic tip that's a total pleasure to hear and dance to.
Si_Burtron

Si_Burtron

October 26, 2011
'Nuture' is the true winner here. Deeper, more inventive and more in keeping with the LFO ep tracks such as Quantok.
cybergenic

cybergenic

November 18, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
We are back - Magic track, is permanently etched in my mind as a great sound of raving in the 90's
Definately not an anthem, this track came out at a time when artists recorded what ever they wanted not just what people wanted to hear. The sub bassline in this track is dangerous
Lowfrequencyoscillations...
steady-j

steady-j

October 23, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

When this came out it sounded like nothing else. Still does. Totally digital, freaky and distorted, with a heavy "clonk" disposition that made me initially think it might be Sweet Exorcist. At that point I hadn't registered the distorted "Low Frequency Oscillation" vox.

There. Are. Many. Imitators. But. We. Are. The. Truuuuue. Creators..... We're Back!

believe it, LFO stand proud among the most innovative producers of the early 90s.
eiskristall

eiskristall

July 3, 2002
I don't like this vocoder techno so much, it is too simply maded, also for this time, after the ingenious "LFO" track a year before I expected a more progressive release.