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4.7 ✱


Techno, Downtempo, Big Beat


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Fluke - Risotto album download


Absurd 5:48
Atom Bomb 5:45
Kitten Moon 9:18
Mosh 6:21
Bermuda 7:57
Setback 8:54
Amp 8:09
Reeferendrum 7:22
Squirt 6:15
Goodnight Lover 7:34


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe 1997
CIRCA33, 7243 8 44656 1 2, 7243 8 44869 14, 7243 8 Fluke Risotto ‎(2xLP, Album) Circa, Circa, Circa, Circa, Circa, Circa CIRCA33, 7243 8 44656 1 2, 7243 8 44869 14, 7243 8 UK 1997
VJCP-25327 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Virgin VJCP-25327 Japan 1997
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe 1997
CIRCD33, 844656 2 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 844656 2 Brazil 1997
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe 1997
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Italy 1997
ASW 6224 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Astralwerks ASW 6224 US 1997
7243 8 44656 2 9, CIRCD33 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album) Virgin Music Canada, Virgin, Circa 7243 8 44656 2 9, CIRCD33 Canada 1997
ASW 6224 AD Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 6224 AD US 1997
DPRO 1624 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Virgin Music Canada DPRO 1624 Canada 1997
CIRC 33, 7243 8 446564 3 Fluke Risotto ‎(Cass, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRC 33, 7243 8 446564 3 UK 1997
CIRC33, 7243 8 44656 4 3 Fluke Risotto ‎(Cass, Album) Circa, Virgin CIRC33, 7243 8 44656 4 3 Poland 1997
none Fluke Risotto ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Astralwerks none US 1997
EP1381-97 Fluke Risotto (Astralwepks) ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Euro Sonic Production EP1381-97 Ukraine 1998
WT-531 Fluke Risotto ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Western Thunder Records WT-531 Ukraine 1998
none Fluke Risotto ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Moon Records none Ukraine 1998
CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 Fluke Risotto ‎(CD, Album, RP) Circa, Virgin CIRCD33, 7243 8 44656 2 9 UK & Europe Unknown

Redirected from Absurd (Fluke song)). Risotto is the fourth album by British electronica group Fluke, first released on 26 May 1997 at label Circa Records and 30 September at Astralwerks. The album is named after the dish risotto (Italian: . his is also last album recorded with Mike Tournier.

Risotto ‎(CD, Album, Promo). Asw 6224 ad. Us. 1997. Risotto ‎(CD, Album). Risotto ‎(CD, Album, Promo).

Home Album Fluke – Risotto. Tracklist: 01 – Absurd 02 – Atom Bomb 03 – Kitten Moon 04 – Mosh 05 – Setback 06 – Bermuda 07 – Amp 08 – Reeferendrum 09 – Squirt 10 – Goodnight Lover.

by Fluke - 10 Tracks - 1:13:22. Release date 01/01/1997. 9. Squirt (Rissotto Vox).

Risotto is the sixth album by British electronica group Fluke, first released in September 1997. The album is named Risotto after the dish. Many of the tracks that brought Fluke to a larger audience feature on this album, including Atom Bomb, used on the wipE'out" 2097 soundtrack, and Absurd, used in many films/trailers, including Sin City in 2005.

Risotto September 30, 1997 Astralwerks. some may already be familiar with 'Atom Bomb' and 'Absurd,' two songs that put Fluke on the dance floor map in 1997. if the font and artistic guidance of the album literature look familiar, then you probably played Psygnosis cult futuristic racer, Wipeout 2097 which features Fluke on more than a couple tracks.

Слушайте и скачивайте fluke - risotto - 02 на Хотплеере в mp. Fluke - Bullet (Empirion Mix) 07:49. Fluke - Electric Guitar (Six Wheels On My Wagon) 07:25. Fluke - Absurd Sin Sity Theme 05:58. Fluke - Atom Bomb 05:45. Fluke - Atom Bomb 10:12. Fluke - Atom Bomb 03:56. Fluke - Atom Bomb 05:40.

Продавец: ООО "ГК Империя инструмента". Адрес: Россия, Москва, Павловская, 27/29.

My love for this album will stand until my end. "Absurd" starts the set strongly and "Atom Bomb" is one of the best big beat tracks of all time. Very nostalgic also, thanks to the unforgettable clip from the masterpiece WipEout 2097.The rest of the CD is mostly techno, with "Kitten Moon" being far more peaceful. None filler on this musical treasure. Just beats and sweet keyboards.A very nice soundtrack for PS1 or N64. 5/5 all the way.
Same thoughts here, Atom Bomb is my favorite track ever. And the rest of the album is beyond gorgeous.
Fluke's Kitten Moon is the one. Melancholic, nostalgic and unique...brilliant
I think FLUKE was very underrated! Favorite BIG BEAT / TECHNO album from all time! Respect!
Listened to it for the first time in years, it's as great as it was in 1997. Unbelievable, most of the music from back than sound so dated now, this album does not. Everybody should own this. Sound reminds me of old Crystal Method as in Vegas, maybe that is because I listened to both at the same time period extensively.
The first two tracks, Absurd and Atom Bomb, are high-energy big beat songs that really catch your attention. I agree with the sentiment that the first three tracks are really good and then its pretty dull until the end. As an album, this does not accomplish much.
Maybe you should switch to another CD player. I can't help, but I don't know which album you're referring to with your comment. Risotto is one of the best electronic albums ever produced and a pure pearl of the 90s era.
Fluke were initially part of my "Holy Trinity" of progressive house acts in the early 90s, along with Leftfield and Underworld. Everyone's heard of the other two, so why are Fluke so criminally under-recognised? Like the others, they went out from their progressive house background to forge new musical directions and break new ground - in Fluke's case, they took on breakbeats in ways that in 1997 were nothing short of exhilirating, and whether it was the grimy big beats of Atom Bomb or Absurd, or the sweet chittering of Reeferendrum or Setback, they laid the foundations for both midtempo crunk/glitch-hop, and (via Hybrid a couple of years later) nuskool breaks.Atom Bomb is probably a victim of its own success at inspiring copycats, because it's the one track that sounds a bit "of its day" now - buried under the weight of its many imitators in the brief upsurge of interest in Big Beat that followed, but pretty much everything else on this album still sounds fresh as I write this 14 years after its release. If you want to experience Fluke at the height of their powers of groove and skills of production, let this album take you on a journey...
the first 3 tracks are great but then the rest are just average. I guess the first 3 tracks were placed there because they're the top 3 tracks.
After listening to "Absurd" on the Tomb Raider soundtrack (the unmixed version of the Chemical Brothers' "Galaxy Bouce" being the only reason I picked it up in the first place... really!), I wondered if there was more like this from them, so I picked up this album and gave it a spin. While "Absurd" was quite similar to the version I already knew, it was the rumbling and unstoppable bassline of "Atom Bomb" that crushed any doubt of whether or not this CD was worth the purchase. What an awesome track! At the same time, it's sort of the climax on the album, with "Kitten Moon" and "Reeferendrum" still standing above the other tracks. It's not that the album is weak by any means, but once you have been exposed to the sonic radiation of Fluke's "Atom Bomb", the other tracks can't stand the comparison. You can always hit the Back button to get some more of course. You know you want to!
For some reason, I think that a lot of the best tunes on an album are not the ones that reviewers rant about, or the ones that are released as singles. Kitten Moon is the example here that slowly rolls by unnoticed like a hitman with a 100% success rate. Absurd and Atom Bomb are killer tunes, but I don't see them as being too interesting. Still, the mixing from song to song give the album synergy & in turn the album becomes an electronic modern concerto or symphony.
Infrequency of highs make them sweet when they do occur. Album starts of fragmented, but really smooths out mid to late. Reminds me of some of the more advanced system 7. Perhaps a bit tough to get into but easy to stay there once you are in. Puppy is a bit more consistent, but without this there would be no Puppy.
The only thing that bothers me about this release is that it sounds rather flat. Fluke has chosen to explore the lower frequencies and at times ignores the high- and midtones that make for a crystal clear listening experience.
generation of new
This CD has to be listend to through some speakers that can pick up some real low frequencys cause the bass lines on here so deep.
Sort of ambient, but bigbeat, breakbeat and jungly in places. But for something to chill to, this is the best in my collection. Absolutely sublime.

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