The Future Sound of London
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1988
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The Future Sound of London

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The Future Sound of London (often abbreviated to FSOL) is a British electronic music band composed of Garry Cobain (sometimes styled as Gaz Cobain) and Brian Dougans. The duo are often credited with pushing the boundaries of electronic music experimentation and of pioneering a new era of dance music. Although often labelled as ambient, Cobain and Dougans usually resist being typecast into any one particular genre. Their work covers many areas of electronic music, such as ambient techno, house music, trip hop, ambient dub, acid techno. In addition to music composition, their interests have covered a number of areas including film and video, 2D and 3D computer graphics, animation in making almost all their own videos for their singles, radio broadcasting and creating their own electronic devices for sound making. They have released works under numerous aliases.

The artists have been fairly enigmatic in the past but have become more candid with their fanbase in recent years with social websites like Myspace, YouTube, their forum and many interviews in which Cobain almost always speaks for the group.

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Expander (Radio 1 Session, 25 Aug 1992)
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Expander (Radio 1 Session, 25 Aug 1992)
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Papua New Guinea
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Papua New Guinea
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Viewed From Outside
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Viewed From Outside
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Moscow (Remix)
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Moscow (Remix)
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Lifeforms
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Lifeforms
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Room 208
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Room 208
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Pulse State (Bicep Edit)
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Pulse State (Bicep Edit)
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We Have Explosive (7'' Edit)
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We Have Explosive (7'' Edit)
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Lifeforms (Radio 1 John Peel Session, 25 Aug 1992)
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Lifeforms (Radio 1 John Peel Session, 25 Aug 1992)
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Yage
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Yage
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Papua New Guinea (Nu:Tone Remix)
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Papua New Guinea (Nu:Tone Remix)
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