Going back to this and R&S, this is sounding a bit dated now. Rhythm & Stealth still sounds like it could have been made yesterday, and its why its the one I go back to now. (NB I wrote this before reading any of the comments below)
the fact that this is so dated is absolutely wonderful, i dont want to listen to electronic music from 1995 that sounds 'new and exciting today'. this is wonderful because it absolutely sounds like it's from the mid-90's. the synth and whirly drums in it are wonderfully camp.
Leftfield, especially Leftism, had as much influence on me as my first rave. Great debut album, unlikely to be ever matched again.
@bbish007/emmdragon - leftfield have split up (for now anyway). If they do ever reform go and see them live at any cost.
I had a good look for you, can't seem to find anything new from them following the 2005 A Final Hit, greatest hits compilation which was after their 2002 split :( .. Following Leftism there is Rhythm and Stealth released in '99.
and really, how is this so amazing after nearly 15 years?! It manages to both remind me exactly of that time and era in electronic music, yet feel timeless and relevant... I could imagine listening to Leftism in another 15 years.
waddup evry1 we are all here for good music so chek this out........................
[artist]dare2[/artist] [album artist=dare2]the theory of everything e.p.[/album]...and from the upcoming album [album artist=dare2]this is our patch[/album] you gotta hear [track artist=dare2]terrabeats - 13 minutes to die mix [/track].....................OMG I'M GOOD TO YOU LOT
A top quality album, to be sure. [track artist=Leftfield]Release the Pressure[/track], [track artist=Leftfield]Inspection (Check One)[/track], [track artist=Leftfield]Song of Life[/track] and [track artist=Leftfield]Open Up[/track] are the highlights for me.