Various ‎– Vibe 2

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Future Times ‎– FT011
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2 × Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 L.I.E.S. Comeback Dust (Max D's Big Top Dustheads Rmx)
Remix – Max D*
A2 Tom Noble (3) Malaco
Keyboards – Benny Badge
A3 Confused House Concrete (Dub)
B1 Alexis Le-Tan* Marathon Man
B2 Steve Summers (3) Uncollected Grooves
C1 Juju & Jordash Musketache
C2 Steve Moore (3) Volatile Memory
D1 Hunee Folga
D2 Swimmers & Gang Sexy

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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByPCMJR*

Notes

Copies bought direct from Future Times have a sticker in the top right corner of the jacket.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): FT-011-A PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): FT-011-B PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): FT-011-C PCMJR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): FT-011-D PCMJR

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magiceye

magiceye

March 19, 2016

Perfect comp, pretty much every track is a gem. Absolutely the jewel in the crown of the FT catalogue to date.
wodeblock

wodeblock

March 17, 2014
B1. Alexis Le-Tan- Marathon Man is an artful cut up of this by Stanislas Kadik,
http://www.discogs.com/buy/Vinyl/Stanislas-Kadik-Marathon/78768061?ev=bp_titl.
Love it, one of the best tracks ion the comp!!
vagueblack

vagueblack

May 25, 2013

Really good comp. You can listen straight through and stay into it. Most electronic vinyl double packs these days are just collections of tracks for djs to pick and choose the couple good tunes to spin. This collection is full of good tunes of varying styles and tempos that all have a certain collective forward-thinking, non-conformist vibe to them and hang well together like an actual album should. It reminds me of a classic idm comp cd back in the day like the Artificial Intelligence releases--where its just chock full of strong tracks by solid artists to watch. Well done, Future Times!
gmos

gmos

October 5, 2012

Nice solid compilation by the Future Times crew from DC. Despite a variety of artists with diverse styles, you got some Nu Disco, Cosmic sounds, 21st Century Boogie, and a nod to old school Chicago, there is a common aesthetic throughout that means it works just as well as an album that you can listen to from start to finish. If you've been following the LIES label then you should know what to expect. Highlights for me are Max D's remix of LIES "Comeback Dust", Tom Noble's slamming boogie funk on "Malaco" and the dreamy deep acid of Steve Summers' "Uncollected Grooves". Great stuff, definitely keep an eye (or an ear) on the Future Times label.