Recovered & Remastered. One thing was true: 'The Men in White Coats', Full Moon Scientist's debut was a remarkable album. For those who agree and people who like a good slice of modern western dub, here is 'Full Moon Scientist Vol. 1'. This disc contains mostly unreleased and alternative takes/mixes of their 'Old Man River's Crying' single. But wait: there's so much variety here, you might think this is an actual album.
Full Moon Scientist combined dub, breaks, ambient, sampledelica, and a very typical British humour. They first caught the attention of Leftfield (Neil Barnes & Paul Daley) and were subsequently signed to the legendary Hard Hands label. They recorded their debut album 'The Men in White Coats', a few singles, and a mini album all released on the Hard Hands label. Moon - Ark Is Go. Jul 2018. The Ghost Crater Of Tycho (Bandcamp Exclusive).
The full moon is the lunar phase when the Moon appears fully illuminated from Earth's perspective. This occurs when Earth is located between the Sun and the Moon (more exactly, when the ecliptic longitudes of the Sun and Moon differ by 180°). This means that the lunar hemisphere facing Earth – the near side – is completely sunlit and appears as a circular disk. The full moon occurs roughly once a month.
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Old Man River's Crying (Beltane Alarm Experiment)
The Exit Of Ambient Sense
Old Man River's Crying (Rope Of Sand Vocal Mix)
The Exit Of Common Sense
Old Man River's Crying (Noisesurfer 'Crying Sand' Mix)
Mastered By – Martin Ward Remix – Joaquin Ronco
Old Man River's Crying (Beltane Alarm Experiment Instrumental)
The Door Of Common Sense
Limited Edition Bonus Mini-CDR
Space Partycles (Alternate Mix)
This is CD #13 in the Recovered & Remastered series. Track #8 (Children Of The Night (Remix)) is a hidden CD only bonus track. Special limited edition includes exclusive track. Mini CDR states edition of 50 copies only but it is actually a limited edition of 99 copies only.
FMS 001 RE
Full Moon Scientist
Full Moon Scientist Vol. 1 (CD, Comp, Promo, RM, S/Edition)