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XL Recordings ‎– IFXLLP 139, Impotent Fury ‎– IFXLLP 139
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition

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Text from the sticker on front cover:
"PLEASE NOTE: This album is a compilation of all three Lemon Jelly EPs released so far. If you already own these EPs there is no reason for you to buy this product."

This compilation brings together the tracks from Lemon Jelly's previous 3 Impotent Fury EP's - The Bath EP, The Yellow EP and The Midnight EP.

Comes in a double gatefold sleeve with a 4 page color insert.

Limited to 1000 copies on vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 634904013912
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): IFXLLP 139 A1 Guy's THE ECXHANDE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): IFXLLP 139 B1 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): IFXLLP 139 C 1 DAMONT Guy's THE EXCHANGE U
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): IFXLLP 139 D1 DAMONT

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IFXLDA139 Lemon Jelly Lemonjelly.ky(9xFile, MP3, Album, Comp, 320) XL Recordings IFXLDA139 UK 2000
SRCP 365 Lemon Jelly Lemonjelly.ky(CD, Comp, Tri) XL Recordings SRCP 365 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
IFXLCD139 Lemon Jelly Lemonjelly.ky(CD, Comp, Tri) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD139 UK 2000 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 139 Lemon Jelly Lemonjelly.ky(CD, Comp, Tri) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 139 UK 2000 Sell This Version
XLCD 139 PR Lemon Jelly Lemonjelly.ky(CD, Comp, Promo) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury XLCD 139 PR UK 2000 Sell This Version


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October 28, 2018

I paid a fair price 2 years ago for a still sealed copy from the States. Yes, it's expensive, but who cares, it's an absolute must have album if you're into Electronica. This and their follow up epitomise the sound of the noughties. And to have it on vinyl is something really really special. If you get the opportunity, forget about the cost and just grab it. It's up there with some of the greatest albums of all time!


August 17, 2018
edited 5 months ago

This is arguably one of the greatest electronica albums ever (compilation technically as it's a collection of their first 3 EPs).

Got turned onto them around 2004 or so and after listening to Jelly Mixture during a profound psychedelic experience. So I had to get all of the Lemon Jelly albums available on vinyl, I HAD TO.

So I finally listened to my copy of this, and I may have been "enhanced' and I know it's a very clean and quiet mix, but the sounds here just flow cosmically out of the speakers like psychedelic silk being weaved by exploratory masters of their craft.

This is the alpha and omega of chilled out downtempo breakbeat ambient electronic brilliance! Get this when you can, there's ONLY 1000 of these beauties out there! Easily worth $200, and I say that as someone who likes to get as much value from my purchases as possible, but there is a reason the scarcity of this is what it is. This is a supreme pressing, I'm sure things may get repressed in the unknown future because Lemon Jelly is just too good to not, but then again, they're badass enough to do just that! That's why they released like only 125 copies of their first screenprinted EPs and then the remaining 1000 are in regular sleeves. So I'm well aware they know what their doing when it comes to the scarcity of their albums, you either got 'em or you don't, and thankfully, I got 'em! <3

Much love to you all, definitely take a Dose of liquid reality and eat your special K in the morning and have your daily Tea or Herbal remedy at hand and sit back, close your eyes and meditate while this eternally timeless and yet freshly futuristic sounds of a sonic utopia pour over your soul.

tl;dr Get this record if you can! It's really f***in' good!


July 12, 2016
Amazing album. Too bad the prices are absolutely silly for the LP version.


August 31, 2015
sweet chill out tunes! great band hope they reform one day


May 30, 2013

Magnificent from start to end, deep chill out tunes, take a seat and a nice drink, close your eyes for a while and enjoy...
but limited to 2000 copies according to Discogs, in who's warehouse are these? think some drunk guy added some thousands too much, Peace