(1992-09-14) FSOL - Test Transmission 1

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(1992-09-14) FSOL - Test Transmission 1

Post by Ross » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:30 pm

THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - TEST TRANSMISSION 1
Kiss 100 FM, London, UK
14/09/1992

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Tracklist:
Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 1) (45:38)
00:00 EarthBeat Central Computer - Transmission Intro
01:10 The Future Sound of London - Lifeforms (unreleased until 1994)
04:58 The Source - Source EP B1 (aka Aqua Viva) (1992) - Robert Leiner alias
08:22 Tokyo Offshore Project - The 13th Level (1992)
11:10 The Future Sound of London - Space Hippy / Answerphones - (unreleased)
13:53 Dif Juz - Crosswinds (1985)
15:14 Ramirez & Pizzaro - Hablando (Accordeon Mix) (1992)
19:40 Redcell - Paradroid (1992)
23:53 Datura - Yerba Del Diablo (Achico) (1991)
27:40 Double FM - The Sound of Amnesia (Hey Que Pasa) [aka (Amnesia Mix)] (1992)
32:08 Night Flight - Volcano (Escape Remix) (1992)
36:10 Don Carlos - Alone (Sax Ambient) (1991)
41:18 Morganistic - In The Shadow (1992)
45:11 Cabaret Voltaire - D.T.'s / Cold Turkey (1983)
45:38 End (of Part 1)

Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 2) (30:31)
00:00 Transmission Intro 2
01:52 EarthBeat Central Computer offers mix selection
02:18 The Moody Boys & Screamer Mix
- 02:18 Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir - Nkosi Sikelel, iAfrica (Lord Bless Africa)
- 02:57 Unknown
- 05:35 Unknown
- 08:51 Sueño Latino - Sueño Latino (Illusion First Mix by Derrick May) (1992)
- 12:56 Alliance - Thoughts Of You (Techamental) [played at 45rpm] (1989)
- 15:35 Unknown
- 16:19 Unknown
- 19:03 Rotterdam Termination Source - Poing (1992)
- 20:01 Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir - Nkosi Sikelel, iAfrica (Lord Bless Africa)
20:35 Mental Cube - Chile of The Bass Generation (1990)
24:28 Exocet - Safety Zone (1989)
27:09 Bizarre Tracks - Journey into Rhythm (1992)
30:31 End (of Part 2)

Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 3) (32:21)
00:00 Yage & Cyberface - Transmission Intro 3
00:10 Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks on Zinc [sped-up / remixed] (1991)
03:35 The Future Sound of London - Expander (Remix) (1992)
07:17 Metropolis - Metropolis (1992)
11:38 EarthBeat Central Computer offers mix selection
12:00 Leftfield Mix
- 12:07 Herbie Hancock - Hang Up Your Hang Ups [sped-up / remix] (1975)
- 13:40 The Beatles - Revolution [Snippet] (1968)
- 14:00 Lennie De Ice - We Are I.E. [Snippet] (1991)
- 16:53 A.T.S. feat. Mr. Jay - Baa. Daa. Laa. (Baa. Daa. Vocal) (1992)
- 18:50 Dee Patten - Who's The Bad Man (Sound System Mix) (1992)
- 21:56 Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit (1991)
- 26:01 Orbital - The Naked and The Dub (1992)
32:22 End (of Part 3)

Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 4) (30:36)
00:00 Yage & Cyberface - The Sample Library intro
01:13 Unknown
03:03 Unknown
05:20 Cabaret Voltaire - Taxi Music (1983)
06:51 Unknown
08:36 Mombassa - Cry Freedom [played at 45rpm] (1992)
10:36 EarthBeat Central Computer offers mix selection
10:59 Mixmaster Morris Mix
- 10:59 Unknown
- 11:25 The Irresistible Force - Spiritual High (1992)
- 18:24 Terry Riley - A Rainbow In Curved Air (1969)
- 19:22 Unknown
- 23:08 Aeoliah - The Light Of Tao (1984)
- 24:43 Unknown
27:11 Alhambra ‎– Alhambra (Otama Remix) (1992)
30:36 End (of Part 4)

Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 5) (15:39)
00:00 Vangelis - Pris Meets J.F. Sebastian (unreleased until 2002)
01:52 Unknown
01:55 Innocence - Natural Thing (Sunset Mix) (1990)
04:16 Balil - Nort Route Remix (1991)
07:19 The Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea (1991)
11:03 Cabaret Voltaire - Easy Life (Jive Turkey Mix) (1990)
13:18 The Biting Tongues - Meet Mask Separatist (1985)
14:38 Tomita - The Sea Named "Solaris" (1977)
15:39 End (of Part 5)

Kiss 100 FM Test Transmission 1 (Part 6) (30:12)
00:00 Peter Gabriel - Slow Marimbas (1985) / Goodbye from Yage & Cyberface (Outro)
00:52 EarthBeat Central Computer offers mix selection
01:03 The Black Dog Mix
- 01:18 BFC - Galaxy (1990) - early Carl Craig alias
- 04:23 Sex Pistols - Anarchy in The UK (1976)
- 05:34 The Normal - Warm Leatherette (1978)
- 07:16 Unknown
- 10:31 X-101 - G-Force (1991)
- 12:38 Model 500 - Off to Battle (1987) - Juan Atkins alias
- 15:21 Wally Badarou - Theme from Countryman (1982)
- 18:11 Suzanne Ciani - Lixiviation - (unreleased until 2012)
- 18:28 The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe (1966)
- 20:26 The Beatles - The Inner Light (1968)
- 22:15 The Cure - A Forest (1980)
- 25:00 Caustic Window - Italic Eyeball (1992)
26:35 Unknown
30:12 Transmission End



Notes:
"You are listening to a test transmission for the new ambient station F.S.O.L."

The first of many (now legendary) transmissions for Kiss 100 FM London, 1992, with your hosts Yage and Cyberface. FSOL take you into the smart systems, the central microprocessing units of the Earthbeat Central Computer. Through the vortex, the acceleration, over-ride, to bring you mixes from The Moody Boys, Leftfield, Mixmaster Morris and Black Dog. The first ever FSOL transmission.
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Re: (1992-09-14) FSOL - Test Transmission 1

Post by Pandemonium » Mon Nov 25, 2013 9:11 pm

Heeyy :)

No credit for Mr. Pande digging out the tracks ? :)
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Re: (1992-09-14) FSOL - Test Transmission 1

Post by Ross » Mon Nov 25, 2013 9:24 pm

You will be getting a big fat credit on the main site for everything. I could thank you for each bit of help if you like, but to be honest most of these updates will be coming from your big review thread, so it'll be every single time. ;)

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Re: (1992-09-14) FSOL - Test Transmission 1

Post by Pandemonium » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:18 pm

I was joking of-course :)

I can see this sub-forum is far from finished,
and we PMd the rest ...
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