Leftfield - Leftism
NME.COM feature on Leftfield - Leftism album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 November 1994
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- Release The Pressure
- Afro Left
- Song Of Life
- Black Flute
- Space Shanty
- Inspection (Check One)
- Storm 3000
- Open Up
- 21st Century Poem
- Afro Ride
- Filter Fish
- Afro Central
- Cut for Life
[B]'Afrika Shox'[/B] is a worryingly pedestrian piece of work, a burly slab of vocoder electro-funk that falls far short of the melodrama it aspires to generate.
- Sep 4, 1999
Directed by [B]Chris Cunningham[/B] so fast asleep he's dead....
- Feb 12, 2000
London Arena seems to be accomodating those who fancy their saucer-eyed gurners' soundtrack to have a little variety...
- Jan 2, 2001
Dance veterans to play Manchester and Sheffield
Aphex Twin, David Guetta, Friendly Fires, Soulwax also on the bill for August event
Band join Rock Ness Festival bill
Leftfield - Leftism: Wikipedia Album Entry
Leftism is the debut album by electronica musicians Leftfield, released in 1995. It was shortlisted for the 1995 Mercury Music Prize but lost-out to "Dummy" by Portishead . In a 1998 Q magazine poll, readers voted it the eightieth greatest album of all time, while in 2000 Q magazine placed it at number 34 in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever.
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