The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust
NME.COM feature on The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 08 August 1995
Once the masters, now failing to claw their way into the contemporary canon
Seven albums in and Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons might no longer be raving on the most future-facing side of dancefloor, but their way with an effortless arms-in-the-air banger is undisputable. On ‘Snow’ , what sounds like the buzz of a dodgy dial-up modem is layered with sweetly serene lady-vox and ‘Horse Power’ offers up an awesome kind of intensely sinister Berlin S&M dungeon...
- Jun 11, 2010
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Leave Home
- In Dust We Trust
- Song To The Siren (Live)
- Three Little Birdies Down Beats
- Fuck Up Beats
- Chemical Beats
- Chico's Groove
- One Too Many Mornings
- Life Is Sweet
- Playground for a Wedgeless Firm
- Alive Alone
A pinging dance track for the Olympics
- Jul 22, 2012
- Sep 19, 2007
We Are The Night
- Jul 3, 2007
Cyclist says he listened to 'Escape Velocity' before he got on his bike to bag his fifth gold medal
Duo set to create another silver-screen score
The Adam Smith directed movie will be released on March 26
The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust: Wikipedia Album Entry
Exit Planet Dust is the debut album by British electronica duo The Chemical Brothers, released in the UK on June 26, 1995 and the US on August 15 1995 (see 1995 in music). The title is a reference to their departure from their earlier name "The Dust Brothers".
In 2004, the album was packaged with 1997s Dig Your Own Hole in a limited edition box set as part of EMI's "2CD Originals" collection. It was certified platinum by the BPI on January 1, 1996.
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Artist/Album artwork images hosted by Last.fm. For copyright enquiries please see here.