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Humanoid
Stakker Humanoid

My, how time has flown -- is it really 30 years since 'Stakker Humanoid' by Humanoid hit no.1 in the UK Dance Chart? An acid house / pop crossover classic which peaked at no.17 in the main UK chart in November 1988, Stakker Humanoid was produced by Brian Dougans of FSOL and is said to have had an impact on early Aphex Twin! Reworked here and backed with two equalling uncompromising tracks, 'Stakker' and 'Blunt'. 30th anniversary 12" on Jumpin' & Pumpin'.
  • Vinyl 12" (FSOLD12001)
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The Future Sound Of London
Archived 9

Jumpin' & Pumpin' follow 'Archived 8' with -- you guessed it -- the ninth volume in their ongoing series of unreleased music from the apparently inexhaustible Future Sound Of London archive. 'Archived 9' brings together another dozen tracks, some of which have been reconstructed and embellished upon and mixed to complete a new album of work in its own right, worthy of sitting next to 'Lifeforms' or 'ISDN'. Archived 9 is available on CD.
  • Vinyl LP (LPTOT75)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • CD (CDTOT75)

The Future Sound Of London
My Kingdom Re-imagined

The Future Sound Of London, or FSOL to their friends have taken a Michelin-starred chef’s approach to reworking their 1996 track, My Kingdom by offering it up in eight different ways on My Kingdom Re-imagined, moulding it from ambient rock to electronica along the way. The original version of the track features on their Dead Cities album, was based on Vangelis track Rachel’s Song from Bladerunner and even impacted the the top 20. 180g vinyl LP, limited to 200 copies and CD on Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • CD (CDTOT73)

The Future Sound Of London
Environment 6.5

Future Sound Of London’s Environments series began in 1993, though without any releases seeing the light of day till 2008. Now they present a pair of new records (released separately) that map out some properly deep an imaginative electronic territory: vintage FSOL. Environment 6.5 is released by Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • Vinyl LP (LPTOT71)
  • CD (CDTOT71)

The Future Sound Of London
Environment Six

Future Sound Of London’s Environments series began in 1993, though without any releases seeing the light of day till 2008. They haven’t stopped generating Environments though, not by a long shot: they now present a pair of new records (released separately) that map out some deep electronic territory with the attention to detail typical of FSOL. Environment Six is released by Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • Vinyl LP (LPTOT70)
  • CD (CDTOT70)

The Future Sound Of London
Archived : Environmental : Views

For an act called The Future Sound Of London, these guys sure do have a lot of past to them. Archived : Environmental : Views is a big stack of material, some of which has been released in different mixes but other swathes of which has never seen the light of day before. Crucial stuff from an important project, out on Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • CD (CDTOT72)

The Future Sound Of London
Archived 8

Future Sound Of London’s remarkable reputation means that it is a great surprise to find there is still so much material that has never been shared with the public: the appetite is certainly there. The fans will consequently be pleased with Archived 8, a new album of old material from throughout their 25 year career. Very strong tracks, on Jumpin’ & Pumpin’.
  • Vinyl LP (LPTOT69)

The Future Sound Of London
Environments 4

A salad of ambient and drone-like variations from The Future Sound Of London. Environments 4 is another passage through time and space, featuring sonic examinations, forest and urban excursions and eastern drones, percussion and strings. Is it dance music? Is it really the future sound of London? I'll get back to you on that. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Jumpin & Pumpin.

The Future Sound Of London
From The Archives Vol.6


The Future Sound Of London
From The Archives Vol 1


The Future Sound Of London
From The Archives Vol 2


The Future Sound Of London
From The Archives Vol 3


The Future Sound Of London
By Any Other Name


The Future Sound Of London
Environments

Environments has an interesting history to it. It is known as the ‘lost’ Future Sound Of London album, being originally due for release in 1993 but never quite getting out there. Now we can at last hear what we were missing out on: more prime sound from the masters. This was released digitally and on CD a few years ago, but this is the first ever vinyl pressing.
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  • Jumpin' & Pumpin'

The Future Sound Of London
From The Archives


The Future Sound Of London
Archived EP