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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5.Sum 41-Hells Song 4.Disturbed-Remember 3.Evenescance-Bring Me to Life 2.Trapt-Headstrong 1.Linkin Park-Somewhere I belong honestly i haven't listened to that much music at all this week but there you go....