The Future Sound Of London ‎– Papua New Guinea 2001

Label:
Jumpin' & Pumpin' ‎– 12 TOT 44R, Jumpin' & Pumpin' ‎– 12TOT 44R
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Main-Path) 10:43
B Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Flip-Path) 8:01

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Credits

Notes

[Published by] Skratch Music Publishing
Produced at Earthbeat Studios
Remix Produced for Def Mix Productions @ SAW.REC Studios, NYC

℗ 1992 Passion Music Ltd.
Remixes 2001 Passion Music Ltd (on sleeve)
This Remix 2001 Passion Music Ltd (on labels)
Jumpin' & Pumpin' A Division of Passion Music Ltd.
Distributed by The Entertainment Network / 3MV

Made in England

12 TOT 44R (on sleeve)
12TOT 44R (on labels)

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Flipside is marked as a B-side on label, whereas it is marked as a double-A-side as per runout etchings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 013993 704409
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013993704409
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 08 47463 20 1A1 12 TOT 44R A WALLY.C. MASTERPIECE DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): 08 47463 20 1B1 12 TOT 44R AA ⎯ DAMONT

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Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

June 1, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

I would not say that this a "buy on sight" record. The main path is the better of the 2 versions but the flip-path version is pretty useless in my opinion. I can't ever see myself wanting to play it. Main-path version is redeeming when the Papua melody sparkles in the breakdowns. Otherwise this record is a 3 out of 5 at best. I'm a big fan of classic old prog like this but this record has not aged well at all. Satoshi can do, and has done much better on other releases. Definitely dont go out of your way to buy this unless you can find a domestic copy for a bargain price. For the best versions of Papua check the versions released on the label "Simply Vinyl (S12)". Much better remixes and versions for my tastes.
behemoth

behemoth

June 21, 2002

Satoshi Tomiie is the only one that comes close to bettering the original. I actually prefer the main-path mix to the original (but only because I haven't heard it as much). The A-side is a very dark mix, that just keeps getting more and more intense until the magnificent breakdown shimmers into existence. Absolutely breathtaking. The B-side is like the A-side, but its all dark. There are a few moments when there is a glimmer of light, but it is quickly consumed by the darkness. Evil. Buy it. Now.