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It was the third single from their debut album Dreamland , and was released in March in most countries. The song contains a sample from Oran "Juice" Jones ' song "Shaniqua". Billboard Hot , where it peaked at number eight. In the song was named the st best track of the s by Pitchfork Media.
Below, we take a closer look at 30 essential tracks that have shaped dance music from '88 onwards. It was so huge that the song, which sampled Peter Cook and Dudley Moore and was recorded over the course of just two days, only took a single day to sell out its initial run of copies. There were a few records that really defined that 88 to 90 period and they were really hard to get hold of and I remember just craving those records so much that when I finally got hold of them, I wore them out. It transformed dance music from something found in club basements to a genre that could move an entire nation. Once that happened, we had a mainstream hit. Fusing jazz, downtempo house music, some ambient bird sounds and the unmistakable kick of the Roland drum machine, Pacific State, an ode to things far more exotic and tropical, would set a benchmark for what would become known as Balearic. Produced by the Leeds duo Gez Varley and the late Mark Bell, LFO is four-minutes of mind-dizzying electronica that still sounds like the future to this day, reworking the sci-fi sound of early-Detroit techno for the UK dance community. Regardless, this euphoria-drenched number can still bring a nostalgic tear to the eye of any old school raver to this very day. Who it influenced: Papua New Guinea set a precedent for what would soundtrack the 90s, from the blissful pop of Moby to the experimental electronica of Autechre.
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