Originally posted by WARP recordsIt's with great sadness that we announce the untimely passing of Mark Bell of LFO who died last week from complications after an operation. Mark's family & friends request privacy at this difficult time.
Bell and Gez Varley formed LFO in the early nineties and were one of the first artists represented on the WARP label. Assuming I can make the embed code work, here's their first album, Frequencies, a classic slab of Detroit techno (by way of Leeds) with enough bass to destroy your speakers if you aren't careful:
EDIT: And because Grooveshark's copy is totally hosed, here's a Spotify version instead.
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Yeah, lest anyone forget the collected members of Rammstein have a sense of humor, well, listen to the chorus. It's juvenile, yes, but that's pretty much it. And the actual sex itself is fairly limited. Not bad, albeit not all that great of an effort.