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    Flux*Uncarved Block

    Label:One Little Indian – tplp1cd
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:Post-Punk, Tribal, Avantgarde, Dub

    Tracklist

    1The Value Of Nothing2:47
    2Youthful Immortal5:32
    3Just Is1:06
    4Children Who Know7:49
    5Backword2:40
    6Footprints In The Snow6:16
    7Nothing Is Not Done4:32
    8The Stonecutter5:04
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    Notes

    Case reads 'Made in England'
    Disc reads 'Made in France' (initial pressing, later no country is printed)

    Other credits that can't be identified:
    Bob, Brad, Smuff, Shal, Tan

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 016958 000929

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Uncarved Block (LP, Album)One Little Indiantp 1UK1986
    New Submission
    Uncarved Block (LP, Album, White Label)One Little Indiantp 1UK1986
    Uncarved Block (CD, Album, Reissue)One Little Indian USOLI001USUnknown
    Uncarved Block (LP, Album, Reissue)One Little IndianTPLP 1UKUnknown
    New Submission
    Uncarved Block (LP, Album, Reissue, Test Pressing)One Little IndianTPLP 1UKUnknown

    Reviews

    DJPIGG's profile picture
    DJPIGG
    This is an extraordinary, almost indescribable album...

    If pushed, I'd describe it as a cross between Flux Of Pink Indians and African Head Charge; leaning more heavily on the (Coal) latter and I'd add that when I heard that (the legendary) Echo Records in Byres Road, Glasgow, was closing, this was the CD I bought first, just to ensure I had a copy on CD.

    Once, while with Hotalacio, I asked Coal if Flux would ever return. He told me that it wasn't exactly a profitable album for him (or for OLI) and that it wasn't likely that they'd ever do anything like it again.

    This is a shame as it is one of the greatest albums I've ever heard!