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This ambitious 1994 album will leave you in a sweating, swirling, ecstatic trance. Bringing on DJ Darren Emerson was a brilliant move by Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, whose rock inclinations get completely submerged in endless textures of ambient echoes, throbbing bass, buzzing synths, and scattered breakbeats. Hyde's dark, monotone moan—often multi-tracked—snakes its way through beats that drive relentlessly forward. Propulsive, yet fluid and melodic, this is dance music that both electronic heads and indie rockers can agree on.

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Worth rediscovering

Such a great album. The original master always sounded a little soft and too filtered, a bit like you were listening through a pillow. This version reveals more and brings the stage closer. I'm really enjoying rediscovering it again.

Masterpiece

One of the few albums I can play front to back and 20 years later- still find new things I like about this album, this album is a classic and stands the test of time- easily one of my favorite albums of all time

Biography

Formed: 1988 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Underworld became one of the most crucial electronic acts of the 1990s via an intriguing synthesis of old and new. The trio's two-man front line, vocalist Karl Hyde and keyboard player Rick Smith, had been recording together since the early-'80s new wave explosion; after two unsuccessful albums released as Underworld during the late '80s, the pair finally hit it big after recruiting Darren Emerson, a young DJ hipped to the sound of techno and trance. Traditional pop song forms were jettisoned in...
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