|A1||Guns Blazing (Drums Of Death Part 1)
Featuring – Kool G Rap
|A2||UNKLE Main Title Theme|
Featuring – Alice Temple
Featuring – Richard Ashcroft
|B1.1||Getting Ahead In The Lucrative Field Of Artist Management|
Featuring – Badly Drawn Boy
|B4||The Knock (Drums Of Death Pt.2)
Featuring – Mike D
Featuring – Atlantique
|B6.1||Rabbit In Your Headlights
Featuring – Thom Yorke
|MW085CD||UNKLE||Psyence Fiction (CD, Album)||Mo Wax||MW085CD||UK||1998|
|PRCD 7892-2||UNKLE||Psyence Fiction (CD, Album, Promo)||London Records||PRCD 7892-2||US||1998|
|7243 8 464622 6||Unkle||Psyence Fiction (CD, Album)||Source||7243 8 464622 6||Europe||1998|
|314 540-970-2||UNKLE||Psyence Fiction (CD, Album)||Mo Wax||314 540-970-2||Canada||1998|
|MR 2415-2||UNKLE||Psyence Fiction (CD, Album)||Moon Records||MR 2415-2||Ukraine||2007|
Written-By – D. Gough*
|A2||The Knock (Drums Of Death Part 2)
Written-By – M. Diamond*
Written-By – W. Malone*
Psyence Fiction is the debut studio album by British-American electronic music group Unkle, released on 24 August 1998 by Mo' Wax. The creation of the album was helmed by the duo of James Lavelle and DJ Shadow, with the former overseeing the album's thematic concepts and the latter handling musical composition. Psyence Fiction also features contributions from a varied cast of guest musicians recruited by Lavelle.
A great UNKLE album, harbouring the best of UNKLES abilities. Such original production could only occur with producers such as James Lavelle and DJ shadow. UNKLE, starting with Psyence Fiction, are the most original and skilled producers I have heard to date. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Psyence Fiction is the debut studio album by British-American electronic music group Unkle, released on 24 August 1998 by Mo' Wax. The creation of the album was helmed by the duo of James Lavelle and DJ Shadow, with the former overseeing the album’s thematic concepts and the latter handling musical composition. Psyence Fiction Q&A.
Critically derided, UNKLE’s 1998 album Psyence Fiction has since gained cult status for its chaotic collages and maverick collaborations. Eliot Wilder explores the record’s complex appeal, 20 years on. The ’90s were a fertile and fecund time for rap and hip-hop. From groups like the Wu-Tang Clan, De La Soul, Outkast, and Public Enemy, to rappers such as Dr Dre, the Notorious . and Tupac, it was the decade in which the music emerged from the underground into the mainstream
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