Outcast ‎– Out Of Tune

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One Little Indian ‎– TPLP74CD
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1 Choice
Vocals – Kirsty YatesWritten-By – K Yates*
4:34
2 Life And Breath
Vocals – Kirsty YatesWritten-By – K Yates*
5:38
3 Terrible
Vocals – Bullet*Written-By – R Brown*
5:49
4 Whe De Rass
Vocals – Bullet*Written-By – R Brown*
5:32
5 Out Of Tune
Bass – Spad
3:43
6 Nothing's Changed
Vocals – Kirsty YatesWritten-By – K Yates*
5:02
7 Rollercoaster
Vocals – Sarah WintonWritten-By – S Winton*
5:21
8 Always Thinking
Vocals – Kirsty YatesWritten-By – K Yates*
4:50
9 Afterhours
Vocals – Kirsty YatesWritten-By – K Yates*
6:33

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Notes

Recorded at TTB Studios, Wakefield, England.

Barcode: 5 016958 029425
Matrix: TPLP74CD -

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5016958029425

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VGP 000095 Outcast Out Of Tune(CD, Album, Promo) One Little Indian, Virgin VGP 000095 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
TPLP74 Outcast Out Of Tune(LP) One Little Indian TPLP74 UK 1996 Sell This Version
7243 8 42105 2 6, 724384210526 Outcast Out Of Tune(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin, One Little Indian, One Little Indian 7243 8 42105 2 6, 724384210526 Europe 1996 Sell This Version

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djboxmusic

djboxmusic

May 11, 2015
This sounded like nothing else at the time it came out. There was a swell of electronica coming from the likes of Autechre and other Warp artists. But add into the mix the evocative female vocals and things are taken to another level. I do feel this is one of those under the radar albums where the world will evetually catch up and recognise its brilliance. It needs to be given a chance to grow on you. It's dark and brooding but makes perfect sense if you're going through trouble and strife. This is medicine for the broken hearted. I'll always love it. Respect to Mr B Hannant and R Brown who's techno output is also right up my 'Tippy Tappy' street.
KDKotU

KDKotU

December 17, 2010
This is an amazing LP - From the opening track, all etherial vocals and chugging bass-lines, to the rap tracks, right through to my fave track, afterhours.... I love this album, I really do and I wish they had made more. I really miss Beaumont Hannant. The sounds are deeply DEEPLY layered and textured, as with most of Beau's material, it's intricate and instantly accessible, yet offers so much more on repetitive listens.
kentandrew

kentandrew

August 14, 2008

I can understand why this one didn't sell too well. The styles of music change much like William Orbit's Strange Cargo III. There are raps, there are dreamy female vox, but there is only one standout. Rollercoaster manages to coast along on a breakbeat and a rolling sub bass tone rather splendidly. Gone is the tech trance that Beaumont Hannnant followers look for. Outcast is also unheard of in the states where we have Outkast, the hip-hop duo. I also think the music is too dark, where a little bit of uplifting house sounds or happy reggae style dub could have helped. I wouldn't buy it again if I had the choice, because of the import premium slapped on to this album.