Leftfield - Leftism FLAC album
Album 'Leftism' (1995) by Leftfield. Track 1: Release The Pressure.
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Leftism is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo Leftfield, released in 1995 on Columbia Records. It contained a mixture of new tracks along with reworked versions of previous Leftfield singles. The album contains guest spots from musicians not associated with dance music at the time such as John Lydon from Public Image Ltd. (and formerly of Sex Pistols) and Toni Halliday from Curve.
Leftfield – Leftism. Label: Hard Hands – HANDLP2T. Still the greatest original artist dance album of all time by a long stretch. The sequencing is beyond perfection as the mood and styles flow seamlessly despite the incredible variety. 22 years on and there isn't a single track that doesn't stand the test of time. The craft and care that went into every track, every beat, every sample, every segue shines through. This album changed my life from the moment i heard the open chords of release the pressure and all these years later it still reveals new things. If you've never listened to it, you really are missing out.
Leftfield - Leftism 22 Leftism was, in many ways, the absolute centrepoint of the 1990s, and represented the breaking of dance culture's second wave of mainstreaming. In 1994, though, Underworld's an and The Prodigy's Music For The Jilted Generation went further.
Album · 1994 · 18 Songs. Hailed as one of dance music's first major album-length statements, Leftism recalls the anything-goes spirit of the mid-'90s, when the UK's rave culture was opening up to new ideas. Trance-inducing tracks like "Black Flute" and "Space Shanty" paid tribute to long nights in muddy fields, but others-from the sci-fi chirps of "Release the Pressure" to the ambient synths and spoken word of "21st Century Poem"-had wider vistas in mind, including world-music accents and even a John Lydon cameo.
Leftism (Remastered). The album's 1995 US release helped open up the states for techno-electronic music: The classic single "Open Up," which features ex-Sex Pistol/PIL ranter John Lydon, was one of the first dance singles to push popular radio barriers with its high energy beats and b-line hooks.
Tourism is a live album by the English electronic music group Leftfield released in March 2012 with an accompanying DVD with visuals from their latest tour, made by the visual artist collective Ne1co. The album was recorded from 5–18 March 2011 at The Future Music Festival across Australia and at The Enmore Theatre, Sydney and The Palace, Melbourne. Song of Life" - 9:09. Release the Pressure" - 9:14.