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Fortran 5 - Blues mp3 download Performer: Fortran 5
Album: Blues
Country: UK
Released: 1991
Style: Leftfield, Techno, Synth-pop
Size MP3: 1203 mb.
Size FLAC: 1320 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 622
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Liner notes extracted from "Fortran Five" a novella by Simon Leonard published by Malice Aforethought Press. Fortran 5. Blues ‎(CD, Album).

Fortran 5. INT 84. 74, CD STUMM 79, CDStumm79.

Fortran 5 mp3 download DOWNLOAD Blues album: Artist - Fortran 5 mp3 Album - Blues mp3 Year - 1991 Genre- Electronic Tracks: Blues P. Blues P. Two Curious Friends Midnight Trip (Tubby Noise Mix) Groove Crazy Earth Heart On The Line Bike (Steve James Mix) Xx21 Blues P. Bike (Si. .The band were made up of members David Baker and Simon Leonard, who had previously worked. Liner notes extracted from "Fortran Five" a novella by Simon Leonard published by Malice Aforethought Press.

Fortran 5 - Blues download free. Singer: Fortran 5 Album's name: Blues Label: Mute ‎– ALCB-369 Type: CD, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 21 Oct 1991 Category: Electronic Style: Leftfield, Techno, Synth-pop. Fortran 5 - Blues MP3 version. 1697 downloads at 15 mb/s. Fortran 5 - Blues FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s. 3. Two Curious Friends. 4. Blues Pt. 1. 3:32. 6. Heart On The Line.

FORTRAN 5 - Look to the Future. flac 03. FORTRAN 5 - Two Curious Friends. 06. FORTRAN 5 - Heart on the Line. 07. FORTRAN 5 - Bike (Sid Sings Syd). 08. FORTRAN 5 - Love Baby. 09. FORTRAN 5 - Blues Pt. lac. 10. FORTRAN 5 - Inanga. 11. FORTRAN 5 - Crazy Earth. 12. FORTRAN 5 - Midnight Trip (Tubby Noise Mix). 13. 14. FORTRAN 5 - Bike (Steve James Mix).

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Mute (catalog number STUMM 79). This album was released in 1991 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album.

Tracklist

Groove 4:43
Look To The Future 5:09
Two Curious Friends 4:57
Blues Pt. 1 3:32
XX21 5:00
Heart On The Line 5:00
Bike (Sid Sings Syd) 5:51
Love Baby 4:55
Blues Pt. 2 2:09
Inanga 6:05
Crazy Earth 4:53
Midnight Trip (Tubby Noise Mix) 5:49
Blues Pt. 3 6:05
Bike (Steve James Mix) 4:06

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD STUMM 79 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(CD, Album) Mute CD STUMM 79 UK 1991
9 61099-2, 61099-2 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(CD) Mute/Elektra, Mute/Elektra 9 61099-2, 61099-2 US 1991
ALCB-369 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(CD, Album) Mute ALCB-369 Japan 1991
INT 846.874, CD STUMM 79, CDStumm79 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(CD, Album) Mute, Mute, Mute INT 846.874, CD STUMM 79, CDStumm79 Germany 1991
C STUMM 79 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(Cass, Album) Mute Records Ltd. C STUMM 79 UK 1991
9 61009-4 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Mute 9 61009-4 US 1991
INT 146.874, STUMM 79 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(LP, Album) Mute, Mute INT 146.874, STUMM 79 Germany 1991
STUMM 79 Fortran 5 Blues ‎(LP, Album) Mute STUMM 79 UK 1991


I can't believe this release (and Fortran 5) is so overlooked. It's early 90's techno that stretches across various subgenres. The one common theme is it's almost all light-hearted and never takes itself too seriously. Sometimes it can verge on synthpop and it almost always is catchy. The production values are superb. 15+ years later and the music does NOT sound dated! Track by track: almost everyone you know would like the Tequila cover "Groove". "Two Curious" is excellent IDM. The "Blues" interludes are bizarre abstract minimalism, but don't last long. "XX21" throws some gritty techno-industrial with a sound that I swear Half-Life 1 stole for the reactor noise. "Look To" is retro disco funk. "Bike" is light-hearted fun. "Love Baby" gives us some pseudo-psytrance/house. "Crazy Earth" is extremely uplifting. "Midnight Trip", my favorite, is a bass-blowing deep dub/reggae-techno excursion -- play it on something with 15" subs. For all these years this CD has made it into regular rotation into my playing schedule, and will continue to do so for the next 15!
'Bike' (Sid Sings Syd) is a work of absolute demented genius - it's a dancey cover version of Pink Floyd's 1967 psychedelic pop track 'Bike' (written by Syd Barrett) only the vocals here are reconstructed entirely from Sid James samples. There's chopped-up bits from various 'Carry On...' movies and 'Hancock's Half Hour', and the track itself's a really catchy little number. One of the best cover versions ever made, for sure!