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Wagon Christ

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Lovely

A1 Lovely (Album Version) (4:07)
A2 Never Ending Snorkel (3:44)
B1 Pretty Crap (8:00)
B2 Suspension Breakdown (3:53)
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Virgin Records (UK)

Cat No: VSTDJ 1703
Released: 1998

£8.00

Pistol Grip

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Roll That Sh*t, Light That Sh*t

A1 Pistol Grip (Intro Skit) (2:06)
A2 Doo Wah Diddy (2:45)
A3 Petroleum Jelly (4:04)
A4 Feel Tha Noize (5:39)
B1 Roll That Sh*t, Light That Sh*t (Interlude) (1:43)
B2 Cosmic Hydro (5:34)
B3 Doin My Thing (4:26)
B4 Fluid Funk (4:08)

Deph Tone Recordings

Cat No: DTPGEP0001
Released: 2000

£4.50

Neutron 9000

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Cybersculpture

A Cybersculpture
B1 Metropolisation
B2 Butterfly Holocaust
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Profile

Cat No: PROFT 295
Released: 1990

£7.00

Nicolette

Format: Vinyl Double 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Beautiful Day

A1 Beautiful Day (Original Mix)
A2 Beautiful Day (Digital Hardcore Remix)
Remix - Alec Empire
B1 Beautiful Day (Realtime Remix)
Remix - DJ Krust*
B2 Beautiful Day (Studio Drum Mix)
Remix - DJ Krust*
C1 Beautiful Day (Lush Pastoral Remix)
Remix - Dave Hill , Mark Broom
C2 Beautiful Day (Islands Remix)
Remix - Shut Up & Dance
D1 Beautiful Day (Partycrashers Remix)
Remix - Felix , Kenny C
D2 Beautiful Day (Instrumental)

Talkin' Loud

Cat No: TLDJ 26/27
Released: 1996

£12.00

1 World

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Down On Love

A Down on Love (Assertive Mix)
B1 Down on Love (Assertive Instrumental)
B2 Down on Love (Blissful Shorts Mix)
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FFRR

Cat No: FX 129
Released: 1990

£7.00
£3.50

Various

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Song Of The Flower

A1 Gold Coast Better Vibes (Ghama Dub)
A2 Dharma Bums Dharma Means Truth
A3 Deeper Throat Mouth Organ
B1 Dharma Bums Dharma Means Truth
B2 Deeper Throat Mouth Organ (Dust Brothers Mix)
Remix - Dust Brothers, The (2)
B3 Gold Coast Better Vibes (Gold Blend)

Mindfood

Cat No: MF 005
Released: 1994

£10.00

Ajax

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

One World

A1 One World
A2 Another World
B1 Out Of This World
B2 As The World Turns
Engineered By - Chanin Warakulnukroh

Wax Trax! Europe

Cat No: WAX 112
Released: 1990

£8.00

Small Fish With Spine

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

The Hilltop EP

A1 The Hilltop
A2 Frostbyte
B1 SQ 4
B2 Smart Fish (Very Smart)

Apollo

Cat No: APOLLO 027
Released: 1996

£7.50

Cycloid

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Define 20

A1 The Remix
A2 Sway
B1 The Bullit Train
B2 Iroquois
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Undefined Recordings (Australia)

Cat No: UNDEF 020
Released: 1999

£8.00

J.J.

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Slide Away

A1 Slide Away
A2 Time Is Like A Train
B1 Crying Over You
B2 Secret Smiles

CBS

Cat No: 656322 6
Released: 1991

£5.00

The Flowerpot Men

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Walk On Gilded Splinters

A Walk On Gilded Splinters (8:29)
AA Melting Down On Motor Angel (5:58)

Compost Records

Cat No: Compost 02
Released: 1985

£4.50

Speedy J

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Ni Go Snix

A1 Ni Go Snix (Original Edit) (5:26)
A2 Ni Go Snix (Snix Mix) (4:45)
B1 Ni Go Snix (µ-Ziq Mix) (7:03)
B2 Ni Go Snix (Like A Tim Mix) (5:59)

NovaMute

Cat No: 12NoMu53
Released: 1997

£5.00

Children

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Tune To Unknown

A Tune To Unknown
B1 Sell My Pulse
B2 Sell My Pulse (Remix)
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Ramp

Cat No: RAMP 002 T
Released: 2003

£9.00

The Weathermen

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Bang!

A Bang! (4:33)
B Bang! (Lichtenstein Version) (4:33)
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Play It Again Sam (PIAS)

Cat No: BIAS 127
Released: 1989

£7.50

Louie Chavez

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Electronica

Sleazo

sleazo
sha la la
telly sav
fly agaric
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Faux-Lux

Cat No: FLUX 001
Released: 1996

£7.00

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Information on the Electronica genre

Electronica was made possible by advancements in music technology, especially electronic musical instruments, synthesizers, music sequencers, drum machines, and digital audio workstations. Early forms of electronic music required large amounts of complex equipment and multiple operators for live performances, and multiple engineers to record the music at high quality. As the technology developed, it became possible for individuals or smaller groups to produce electronic songs and recordings in smaller studios, even in project studios. At the same time, computers facilitated the use of music "samples" and "loops" as construction kits for sonic compositions. This led to a period of creative experimentation and the development of new forms, some of which became known as electronica.

In the mid-1990s, electronica began to be used by MTV and major record labels to describe mainstream electronic dance music made by such artists as Orbital (who had previously been described as ambient) and The Prodigy.[citation needed] It is currently used to describe a wide variety of musical acts and styles, linked by a penchant for overtly electronic production; a range which includes more popular acts such as Björk, Goldfrapp and IDM artists such as Autechre, and Aphex Twin to dub-oriented downtempo, downbeat, and trip-hop. Madonna and Björk are said to be responsible for electronica's thrust into mainstream culture, with their albums Ray of Light (Madonna), Post and Homogenic (Björk). Electronica artists that would later become commercially successful began to record in this early 1990s period, before the term had come into common usage, including for example Fatboy Slim, Fœtus, Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, The Crystal Method, Moby, Underworld and Faithless. A focus on "songs", a fusion of styles and a combination of traditional and electronic instruments often sets apart musicians working in electronic-styles over more straight-ahead styles of house, techno and trance. Electronica composers often create alternate versions of their compositions, known as "remixes"; this practice also occurs in related musical forms such as ambient, jungle, and electronic dance music. Wide ranges of influences, both sonic and compositional, are combined in electronica recordings.

The more abstract Autechre and Aphex Twin around this time were releasing early records in the "intelligent techno" or so-called intelligent dance music (IDM) style, while other Bristol-based musicians such as Tricky, Leftfield, Massive Attack and Portishead were experimenting with the fusion of electronic textures with hip-hop, R&B rhythms to form what became known as trip-hop. Later extensions to the trip hop aesthetic around 1997 came from the highly influential Vienna-based duo of Kruder & Dorfmeister, whose blunted, dubbed-out, slowed beats became the blueprint for the new style of downtempo. Roni Size, Goldie and Omni Trio commanded attention in the UK as exemplars of the drum and bass genre.

It could be noted that older bands such as New Order and Depeche Mode had built on the new wave music of the 1980s and added more dance and electronic instrumentation and alternative rock influences to become early pioneers of "electronica" music. These two groups are very commonly cited as being hugely influential to the first generations of underground and later, alternative electronica artists.