Liquid ‎– Culture

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XL Recordings ‎– XLCD 113
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Liquid Love 6:04
2 Snowstorm 4:39
3 One Love Family (Your Teeth In My Neck)
Vocals – IGad
6:59
4 Rise 5:03
5 Closer
Vocals – Luca Santucci
6:08
6 Phase 2:20
7 Liquid Is Liquid (Journey Into Dub)
Remix – Red Jerry
6:51
8 Niagara 7:00
9 Drug Culture (Vision Dawn) 4:43
10 Hope Against Hope
Vocals – Luca Santucci
6:27
11A Sweet Harmony 15:18
11B Mist

Notes

Track 11B is a hidden track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5012093551326

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLLP 113 Liquid Culture(2xLP) XL Recordings XLLP 113 UK 1995 Sell This Version
7243 8 40381 2 0, 8403812 Liquid Culture(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Delabel 7243 8 40381 2 0, 8403812 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
825.0113.20, XLCD 113 Liquid Culture(CD, Album) PIAS Benelux, XL Recordings 825.0113.20, XLCD 113 Benelux 1995 Sell This Version
INT.847.905, 7243 4 84205 2 7 Liquid Culture(CD, Album) XL Recordings, XL Recordings INT.847.905, 7243 4 84205 2 7 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
AVTCD-95031 Liquid Culture(CD, Album) Avex Trax, XL Recordings AVTCD-95031 Singapore 1995 Sell This Version

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y-1

y-1

September 28, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
Be aware! If you're expecting an album full of great breakbeat tunes as found for example on Liquid's classic Future Music EP, you're wrong. The sole exception is the original "Sweet Harmony" which was tagged at the end of the album; it's so different from the rest, it wouldn't have fit in anywhere else. All other tunes are soft, commercial sounding affairs somewhere between trance, house, and pop. This really has no guts, little imagination, and tries to suit everyone's living room.
"Sweet Harmony", two more half-decent cuts ("Rise" and the housey remix of "Liquid Is Liquid") were not enough reasons for me to keep this album, so I sold it from my collection, which is a thing I do very rarely! I'm really surprised this album goes down so well with so many here on Discogs. I'm even surprised that XL Recordings released this album and didn't tell Liquid to find some other fool.
miendo

miendo

February 3, 2004
Bought it in 1996 and still one of the very best albums I have in my entire records collection. I have never felt more emotion in a "dance" music album. Rhythms are particularly well done (between binary and breakbeats) and synths are often melancholic. The whole is very coherent and simply beautiful.
This is a masterpiece.
spoons

spoons

July 2, 2003

This album is full af melancholy and yet uplifting tunes. Tracks 1,3,4 10 and 11 are my faves but I can enjoy very single track. Finishing the album with 'Sweet Harmony' was a good choice