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First released over 30 years ago, this EP is where The Future Sound Of London started before "Papua New Guinea" later in 1991. All four tracks were instrumental in establishing a new genre of electronica within dance music. They were ahead of their time and extremely progressive, and here three decades later they are making an impression. "Pulse State" has been described as the 'best bleep track ever made', and at the time dominated the airwaves on London pirate stations. "In The Mind of A Child", with it's bouncy heavy bass and 909 drums (originally intended for Mental Cube) declared a masterpiece. This edition of The Pulse EP is the first reissue in it's original vinyl form since 1991, those initial pressings now commanding £50 on Discogs.
First released over 30 years ago, this EP is where The Future Sound Of London started before "Papua New Guinea" later in 1991. All four tracks were instrumental in establishing a new genre of electronica within dance music. They were ahead of their time and extremely progressive, and here three decades later they are making an impression. "Pulse State" has been described as the 'best bleep track ever made', and at the time dominated the airwaves on London pirate stations. "In The Mind of A Child", with it's bouncy heavy bass and 909 drums (originally intended for Mental Cube) declared a masterpiece. This edition of The Pulse EP is the first reissue in it's original vinyl form since 1991, those initial pressings now commanding £50 on Discogs.
5013993701163
Pulse (Ep) (Uk)
Artist: Future Sound Of London / Indo Tribe
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Bring in the Pulse (MFK Mix) (5:11)
2. In the Mind of a Child (First Born Mix) (5:18)
3. Hardhead (Frothin' at the Mouth Mix) (6:07)
4. Pulse State (831 Am Mix) (7:33)

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First released over 30 years ago, this EP is where The Future Sound Of London started before "Papua New Guinea" later in 1991. All four tracks were instrumental in establishing a new genre of electronica within dance music. They were ahead of their time and extremely progressive, and here three decades later they are making an impression. "Pulse State" has been described as the 'best bleep track ever made', and at the time dominated the airwaves on London pirate stations. "In The Mind of A Child", with it's bouncy heavy bass and 909 drums (originally intended for Mental Cube) declared a masterpiece. This edition of The Pulse EP is the first reissue in it's original vinyl form since 1991, those initial pressings now commanding £50 on Discogs.
        
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