The Talisman & Hudson* ‎– Leaving Planet Earth

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C.S.M.F. Records ‎– CSMF 13
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Leaving Planet Earth
Written-By – N.Champion*
6:00
B Distant Shores
Written-By – C.Hudson*, N.Champion*
9:28

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TMI01 Talisman & Hudson Leaving Planet Earth(3xFile, MP3, 320) Too Much Information Records TMI01 UK 2007
PRFCT094 Talisman & Hudson Leaving Planet Earth(3xFile, MP3, 320) Perfecto PRFCT094 UK 2017

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tharobster

tharobster

May 23, 2011
copies for sale here on discogs , about £15 will get you an EPIC slice of soundscapey drum and bass . it really is a massive string moment . like the guy says below , it is worth hunting down . it was a tune , is a tune , and always will be a tune . amazing . tempo is a scary 160 bpm , but you can easily drop it to 152bpm on the technics 1200, or more . then it sounds right [to me!] . if you click the label name above , you can read what the label name CSMF stands for in label review - and believe me it is v funny one from the prodigy [its their label]
Sand_Leaper

Sand_Leaper

May 5, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Like many other releases from CSMF's back catalogue, this one is rarer than rocking horse shit. In addition, it's been in such demand after being championed by Paul Oakenfold that the title track has been bootlegged twice and re-released again by Global Underground on their recent compilation "10".

Trainspotter hype aside, the title track is rather marvellous. A soaring, string-laden intro gets contrasted sharply by punchy, driving breakbeats, providing just the right amount of variation from the regular 4/4 norm.

While I can't say that it is worth shelling out the arm and leg that I've seen it go for on eBay, it is certainly worth hunting down.