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Album Review

Leftism spans most of Paul Daley and Neil Barnes' singles output from 1992 to 1995 (excepting only "Not Forgotten") and adds several new tracks. Far from being just a stale progressive house LP, it spans a wide range of influences (tribal, dub, trance) and includes a good mixture of vocal tracks (with Toni Halliday, John Lydon, and Earl Sixteen) and instrumental workouts.

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Classic!

Leftism is a stone-cold classic! At the time of its release there hadn't been many proper house or techno albums. The usual fare of the day was 12 tracks strung together and labelled as an album. Leftfield took things in a new direction with a stunner in production and which displayed their wide and varied tastes. At a time when dance artists were beginning to realize that more could be done then make single after single - Leftfield epitomized this thinking with a true gem of its time which still holds up today. Leftism is perhaps only eclipsed by Orbital's 'brown album' in its ability to provide untold moments of joy. As they get set to release their first new full length in 16 years...hears hoping it is half as good as this masterpiece.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

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

The production team which brought house music back from the brink of commercial mediocrity, Leftfield made it safe for artistic producers to begin working in a new vein termed progressive house. Paul Daley (a former member of A Man Called Adam and the Brand New Heavies) and programmer Neil Barnes combined the classic soul of early Chicago and New York house with the growing Artificial Intelligence school of album-oriented techno to create classic, intelligent dance music. When legal hassles over...
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