Various ‎– Osmosis

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Leaf ‎– BAY 10CD
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CD, Compilation
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1 310 Nod
Recorded By, Producer – 310
8:09
2 Beige The Rhythm! The Message?
Vocals – Uje BrandeliusWritten-By, Producer – Beige
4:24
3 Susumu Yokota Morino Gakudan
Written-By, Producer – Susumu Yokota
3:27
4 Eardrum Swarm
Producer – EardrumWritten-By – Ciccotelli*, Barge*, Baker*
6:25
5 310 Jet Pack Time
Recorded By, Producer – 310
5:24
6 The Sons Of Silence The Sonar Song
Composed By – Mudford*, Gardiner*
4:58
7 Four Tet Cload
Written-By, Producer – Kieran Hebden
5:34
8 A Small Good Thing* El Mariachi Loco (The Siesta)
Trumpet – Nick DeanWritten-By – Hulme*, Sedgewick*, Fazzini*
2:14
9 Eardrum Nightcrawler
Producer – EardrumWritten-By – Ciccotelli*, Tsiboe*, Baker*
6:14
10 Beige Melodramatic System Error
Written-By, Producer – Beige
5:13
11 Gorodisch Omaha
Written-By, Producer – Stephen Cracknell
5:21
12 Richard Thomas Pienso Que
Written-By, Producer – Richard Thomas
3:38
13 Gripper As Usual (Version)
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Alan Gubby
8:00
14.1 Susumu Yokota Kawano Hotorino Kinoshitade
Written-By, Producer – Susumu Yokota
2:24
14.2 No Artist (silence) 2:33
14.3 Black Helicopters (2) and MC Graeme Garden* Rockafeller Skank
Composed By [Original] – Fatboy Slim
1:49

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Notes

New and exclusive tracks from The Leaf Label's forthcoming releases.
℗ & © The Leaf Label 1999.

Track 14.3 is a hidden track. Complete duration of track 14 is 6:46.
Credits in the booklet read as follows:
"Special covert assistance by Black Helicopters and MC Graeme Garden."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66017 00592 8
  • Barcode (alt barcode on sticker): 0 17533 21472 9
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS BAY10CD 01 6
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0445
  • Other (stamped over hub): MADE IN UK BY PMDC

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Bongodelow

Bongodelow

August 21, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

A mixed bag of memorable tracks and just plain weird sounds. Don’t get me wrong i looove experimental music but this is wayyy out there. I dig most of it though as i can use some of the tracks to mix with. Surrealism for the ears. Love the first and fifth tracks by 310 and mixed it into a drum and bass track which worked splendidly. Love the Four Tet number Cload as it just slams down beautifully with a tight beat. And the Susumu Yokota Morino Gakudan track rocks with a light melodic ambience which tickles the ear drums. All in all not a bad find for 49p in a charity shop
conspirator

conspirator

August 4, 2013
edited over 7 years ago

Morino Gakudan by Susumu Yokota is one of the most beautiful pieces of music I have ever come across. I searched for this CD for years and it was worth it just for that track. Morino Gakudan strikes me as a truly stunning piece of art, I can't get enough of it. The rest of the compilation is so-so.
Lazytrap

Lazytrap

July 28, 2003

This budget-priced compilation was a sleeper. Not only did it contain music from a multitude of then up-and-comming artists, but it features an early and hard to find Four Tet track - Cload.