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Fortran 5 - Crazy Earth album download

Fortran 5 - Crazy Earth album download Performer: Fortran 5
Album: Crazy Earth
Country: UK
Released: 1990
Style: Leftfield, House
Size MP3: 1892 mb.
Size FLAC: 1298 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 925
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Complete your Fortran 5 collection. referencing Crazy Earth, 12", 12 MUTE 113. Totally overlooked by every one, it originally came out as two twelve inches, and its elements comprise of sublime house, tinged with sweet 303 acid sounds, glorious Asian vocals complete the track to make perfect for any after hours chilled house set. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. referencing Crazy Earth, 12", Promo, MB 110360.

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Crazy Earth (Global Warming) - Fortran 5. 7:540:30. 19. Crazy Earth (L'Essence De Syd) - Fortran 5. 6:450:30. 20. Smiling (Swingle Overdrive) - Fortran 5. 6:500:30. 21. Midnight Trip (N29 Mix) - Fortran 5. 8:020:30. 22. Love Baby (Charlie Endell Mix) - Fortran 5. 6:120:30. 23. Midnight Trip (Less Noise Mix) - Fortran 5. 5:000:30. 24. Love Baby (Haze Mix) - Fortran 5. 25. Crazy Earth (Music For Icecaps) - Fortran 5. 8:310:30. 26. Crazy Earth (Acid Rain) - Fortran 5. 5:460:30. 27. Groove - Fortran 5. 4:590:30. 28. Groove (The Herbal Supper Mix) - Fortran 5. 5:570:30.

Tracklist

Crazy Earth (L'Essence De Syd)
Crazy Earth (Acid Rain)
Crazy Earth (Global Warming)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12 MUTE 113 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth ‎(12") Mute 12 MUTE 113 UK 1990
L12 MUTE 113 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth (Remix) ‎(12") Mute L12 MUTE 113 Europe 1990
80549 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth (Remix) ‎(12") Mute, Virgin 80549 France 1990
80546 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth ‎(12") Virgin, Mute 80546 France 1990
MB 110360 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth ‎(12", Promo) Mute MB 110360 UK 1990
MB 301258 Fortran 5 Crazy Earth ‎(12", Promo) Mute MB 301258 UK 1990
MUTE 113R Fortran 5 Crazy Earth ‎(7", Single, Promo) Mute MUTE 113R UK 1990


I don't think progressive house had a name in 1990, but that's clearly what this is...it's trancey house, actually deep house, but more ethereal and hypnotic than its American cousins. Synth pads are held across multiple bars, transitions are relatively gentle, and the music lacks the soulful vocals and in-your-face, booty-shaking aesthetic that dominates "pure" house music. The kick drum is omnipresent but is clearly not the emphasis here; it's the anthemic chords, the effects, the abundant dreamy qualities.Despite the inclusion of the "harder" mixes by Colin Faver, I can't imagine this really being much of a hit on the dancefloor; it's all a little too pop, a little too soft and pretty. But as a milestone in the development in progressive house and trance music, it's an excellent example of how UK producers were taking their brand of acid house to the next level, out of the clubs and into the fields and bedrooms.Every version is about the same, just recombining the same parts in different ways. The "Global Warming" mix is a bit smoother and more trancey than the rest. Be sure to seek out the epic, soaring "Music for Ice Caps" version in which all of the transitions are gentle fades. Beautiful.
Original PR for the single claimed the group were Brazilian and were a Mute Brazil signing. The fake Brazilian promos would have been designed to tie in with that. Of course, as has been pointed out elsewhere, there never was a Mute Brazil.
Totally overlooked by every one, it originally came out as two twelve inches, and its elements comprise of sublime house, tinged with sweet 303 acid sounds, glorious Asian vocals complete the track to make perfect for any after hours chilled house set.
It was a marketing idea at Mute London. Back then lots of labels wanted to make their artists look like imports were coming in and create a buzz in the UK shops. Looking back it didn't really work. Everything about that record from the heavy card jacket to label and shrink-wrap and the other Fortran 5/Mute Brazil promo was created at Mute London. This is 100% true, I know because I was there at the time.
It was a marketing idea at Mute London. Back then lots of labels wanted to make their artists look like imports were coming in and create a buzz in the UK shops. Looking back it didn't really work. Everything about that record from the heavy card jacket to label and shrink-wrap and the other Fortran 5/Mute Brazil promo was created at Mute London. This is 100% true, I know because I was there at the time.