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This is a detailed discography of all releases by Leftfield known by us.

It is not official and not complete, but we're looking for all information that you have and can't find here.



Contents



About Leftfield

Neil Barnes and Paul Daley
Neil Barnes and Paul Daley
(Promotion picture for Rhythm and Stealth)

Once in a while there come artists who take leaps above the norm. Artists so raw and uncalculating that there isn't enough time to realize what hit before the storm. Artists who know how to turn any record into a goldmine. In 1989, Leftfield was born. Neil Barnes and Paul Daley, inspired by house music's many facets formed the production team of Leftfield, working with several artists who were at the cutting edge of dance music. Leftfield were famous in the studio for their brilliant remixes of such artists as Adamski and Detroit house legend Kevin Saunderson's Inner City project. Leftfield had a different interpretation of house than the British djs who invented acid-house, and their style was a bit beatier, more personified, and built up in a progression. In 1991, Leftfield had progressive-house down to a mark, and their first single, "Not Forgotten" was an instant club hit heard around the world, trademarking the brilliant production work on a simple, but cutting edge dance track.

Barnes and Daley signed to Outer Rhythm Records (a subsidiary of Rhythm King, home to Bomb The Bass, S'Express and Baby Ford), and released another single called "More Than I Know." As the recognition and credibility as producers became apparent, Leftfield received even more remix work from some of the best in the field including Guerrilla Records band React 2 Rhythm, David Bowie, British pop act D:Ream, and later on remixed Renegade Soundwave, Ultra Nate, Yothu Yindi and Stereo Mcs. Leftfield also took to producing a ragga singer named Djum Djum who released a record on Outer Rhythm with Leftfield called "Difference."

At this point in 1992, it was evident that Leftfield had enough of a following to put their money where it would best be used, their own record label to promote other artists with the same ideas as theirs. Taking the name from their production alius, Hard Hands, Leftfield began to sign various acts further promoting the bass-induced, rhythmic and dubby-house Leftfield were growing famous for. Their first release was the first Leftfield record on Hard Hands, a track featuring Earl Sixteen on a ragga-vocal called "Release the Pressure." Personified by deep bass, brilliant vocals, and Leftfield's classic drive, the single unleashed Leftfield to a growing number of fans interested in their unique and rhythmic style, but still very much in the underground of British dance music. After "Release The Pressure" other releases followed without direct Leftfield input by such names as Bushflange, Small World and other close friends of Leftfield interested in releasing singles directed at the dance floor. But Leftfield was the heart of Hard hands, and the name was enough for fans to pick up releases by anyone on the Hard Hands label.

Leftfield themselves released another single on Hard Hands, the monstrous "Song Of Life." A brilliant track weaving in and out of scratching samples, huge bass line, and a beat that seemed to have impossible energy. Leftfield and Underworld remixed the track on a series of 12"s and was a major crossover for Leftfield in the commercial market. The single reached the British National Charts as well as being exported to America on a compilation called "Futurhythms". Leftfield's "Not Forgotten" found it's way into American hands as well on "The Best Of House Music 4: Future House". "Song Of life" was also on a dj EP released for "Futurhythms" with an extended version. Leftfield were finding their name in quite a few magazines, and some great reviews followed. But Leftfield didn't really care about the publicity so much, if they had, they would be the first techno super group. Barnes and Daley were still meshing in the studio, producing and remixing, they were certain that publicity or no publicity, the fans would buy the records if they wanted to. It wasn't going to take a media supermarket to get their name out.

But despite their cult following, Leftfield remained the brilliant underdogs of progressive house music. Sharply protesting their "progressive house" stigma, many critics and artists criticized them for giving rise to the wave of disposable house music which grew old and tiresome after several months of monotonous releases. But it just so happened that their next release couldn't be ignored by any media. Recruiting former Sex Pistols and PIL singer, John Lydon, Leftfield and Lydon released "Open Up", a track written by Lydon as a bitter testimony of an audition for a film he had not received a role in. Angry at the entire industry, Lydon replies "You lied, you cheated, you cheated you changed the stakes....Open Up, make room for me", the encompassing Lydon vocal was backed by Leftfield at their best. A stomping 9 minute power-house record that lived up to everything Leftfield fans were looking for. A smashing club hit, and a resurrection for Lydon, anyone anywhere in London could hear the rumblings of Lydon as he chanted "Burn Hollywood Burn." But despite the wide acclaim for the track, MTV in London refused to play the video due to it's negative connotations to Hollywood. Despite quite a few protests, the video was banned, and the single got a bad rep for being a bit too over the top, when the single had not even been released in America yet. Leftfield produced and performed the single with Lydon and the 12" featured a 13 minute epic overdrive version which stripped the track down and rebuilt the fundamental beat and rhythm with a new bass line. Absolutely painstakingly brilliant version with the flip side containing the other brilliant unedited vocal version. Leftfield could do no wrong, and the fan base grew. But Leftfield took some time off, Neil got married, and Leftfield stayed away from the spotlight for awhile as "Open Up" became a club anthem, and Britain's finest export into the US. Columbia Records, London, decided it was too much to let these two monstrous boys go unwatched, and offered Leftfield a deal with Hard Hands to back any Leftfield releases in the future. Leftfield agreed, and Columbia knew they had captured another hit.

Still releasing other bands strictly on Hard hands, Leftfield took to working on more of their own material. They had grown tired of remixing, and admitted that they had taken several of their own ideas to do remixes, and would rather save them for their own material. It certainly would take a lot for anything bad to come out of Leftfield, since all the remixes were brilliant anyway. But in early 1995, after a year or so of disappearance, Leftfield were ready for their long-long-awaited debut LP. It had been 5 years since "Not Forgotten" and fans were skeptical at the unleashing of the new Leftfield, even Columbia wondered if their fans were still around. But Leftfield were ready, and in January released "Leftism" in the UK. Sifting in and out of their old singles and all new material, the album explored all facets of dance music, and many other styles as well. From progressive to trance, to reggae, to ambient, Leftfield were the masters of it all, and the album proved their complete mastery of techno, and could make anyone stop dead in their tracks and rethink their opinion of dance music. Far above any record released of the genre, or any record released in 1995, "Leftism" struck home, and critical acclaim followed. Reworking their early single "Song Of Life" into a 1995 version, the track was completely rebuilt and stood as brilliant today as it did in 1992. In fact, better, sharper beats and an unstoppable bass proved Leftfield were again on top of it, and that everyone was still years behind.

Toni Halliday (of Curve) guested vocals on a track that proved to be Leftfield's next single, "Original", a slower track curved around the delicate sound of Halliday's voice. Instrumental dubby mixes followed, and showed Leftfield were a bit more than typical "techno artists." Columbia released the album on double vinyl, cd, and a triple vinyl package with an extra song. No package could be better than that. Classic tracks could be found all over the album, including "Space Shanty" and "Storm 3000" a brilliant dub epic. Some time off from Leftfield brought Neil just in time to witness the birth of his first child, and Leftfield made plans to tour the UK soon. Recently, Leftfield released the limited single for their album track, "Afro-Left", the brilliant original features Djum Djum on a ragga vocal, backed by classy Leftfield beats. "Release the Pressure" can also be found on the "Judge Dredd" soundtrack, and was re-released in early 1996 with surprising drum and bass versions. Could anyone ask for any more from artists? Not much. If they quit now, it would take years for anyone to catch up anyway. Leftfield are invading America as we speak, watch the bass bins.


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Singles & EP's



Leftfield: Not Forgotten

Written by Neil Barnes. Produced by Neil Barnes and Mat Clarke.

12": 1990 UK (Rhythm King; FOOT 3)                      17:41

  06:40  Not Forgotten (Original)
  06:13  Not Forgotten (Fateh's On The Case)
  04:48  Not Forgotten (Dub)



Leftfield: Difference

Written by Neil Barnes / Neil Cole. Produced by Neil Barnes, Mat Clarke and Neil Cole.

12": 1991 UK (Rhythm King; FOOT8)                       13:48

  07:06  Difference (Steng Mix)
  06:42  Difference (Cake Mix)

12": 1991 UK (Rhythm King; FOOT8R) 

         Difference (Peng Jammer Mix)
         Difference (Sagwa Mix)



Leftfield: More Than I Know

Written by Neil Barnes. Produced by Neil Barnes and Mat Clarke.

12": 1991 UK (Rhythm King; FOOT9)                       14:24

  06:45  More Than I Know (12" Mix)     [A1]
  07:39  Not Forgotten (Hard Hands Mix) [B1]

 B1: remix and additional production by Paul Daley and Neil Barnes

12": 1991 UK (Rhythm King; FOOT9R)                      20:37

  08:41  More Than I Know (10K Mix)
  07:31  More Than I Know (More Mix)
  04:25  More Than I Know (Even More Mix)



Leftfield featuring Earl Sixteen: Release the Pressure (1992)

Produced & mixed by Leftfield. Written by N. Barnes, P. Daley & E. Daley except "Rough Dub" by N. Barnes & P. Daley.
Engineered by Chris Jones @ Rollover Studios, W10.

Sleeve Sticker HAND001T Record Label HAND001T
12": 1992 UK (Hard Hands; HAND001T) ^
12": 1992 UK (Hard Hands; LEFT001) [white label]
CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND001CD) [unconfirmed, exists?]             

  08:00  Release The Pressure (The Vocal Mix)   [A1]
  08:45  Release The Pressure (The Rough Dub)   [B1]
  04:55  Release The Pressure (The Desert Edit) [B2]

 [timings are estimations measured by hand]


"Release the Dubs":
12": 1992 UK (Hard Hands; HAND004T) [white label; mixes unlabeled]

         Release The Dubs (Remix 1)
         Release The Dubs (Remix 2)
         Release The Dubs (Remix 3)
         Release The Dubs (Remix 4)



Leftfield: Song of Life

Written, produced & mixed by Leftfield. Recorded at Rollover Studios, London, W10.
Remixed at Dada Rooms, London SW9.
Dedicated to the memory of Steve Walters whose support, friendship and encouragement will never be forgotten.

Front Sleeve HAND002CD Record Label HAND002T Record Label HAND002R
CDS: 1992 UK (Hard Hands; HAND002CD) ^                  25:00

  04:18  Song Of Life [Edit]
  08:44  Song Of Life (Extended Version)
  06:05  Fanfare Of Life
  05:45  Release The Dubs [Edit Of Release The Dubs 3]

12": 1992 UK (Hard Hands; HAND002T) ^                   20:29

  09:13  Song Of Life  [12" Mix]    [A1]
  05:08  Dub Of Life                [B1]
  06:08  Fanfare Of Life            [B2]

12": 1992 UK (Hard Hands; HAND002R) ^

  08:30  Song Of Life (Steppin Razor Mix)               [A1]
  06:10  Release The Horns [Edit Of Release The Dubs 1] [A2]
  10:25  Song Of Life (The Lemon Interrupt Mix)         [B1]

 [timings are estimations measured by hand]
 
 1+3 remix and additional production by Underworld. 
   Remixed at the Da Da Rooms SW9. Engineered by Steve Jones.
 2 remixed by Leftfield at the Da Da Rooms SW9. 
   Engineered by Steve Jones.



Leftfield/Lydon: Open Up

Written by Barnes, Daley, Lydon. Produced by Leftfield. Vocals by John Lydon.
Recorded at Rollover Studios, London, W10.
Sleeve design by Jonathon Cooke. Cover illustration Paradise Organisation.

Front Sleeve HAND009CD Record Label HAND009T Record Label HAND009R
CDS: 1993 UK (Hard Hands; HAND009CD) ^                  26:26
MC:  1993 UK (Hard Hands; HAND009MC)

  03:49  Open Up (Radio Edit)
  08:49  Open Up (Full Vocal Mix)
  13:40  Open Up (Dervish Overdrive Mix)

CDS: 1993 DE (Logic Records; 74321-17540) ^             19:25

  03:49  Open Up (Radio Edit)
  08:46  Open Up (Full Vocal Mix)
  06:47  Open Up (Dervish Overdrive) [Edit]

12": 1993 UK (Hard Hands; HAND009T) ^                   22:29

  08:49  Open Up (Full Vocal Mix)    [A1]
  13:40  Open Up (Dervish Overdrive) [B1]

12": 1993 UK (Hard Hands; HAND009R) ^                   17:31

  03:52  Open Up (I Hate Pink Floyd)    [A1]
  05:36  Open Up (Open Dub)             [A2]
  08:03  Open Up (Dust Brothers Remix)  [B1] [Chemical Brothers]

 1+2 additional production and remix by The Sabres Of Paradise
     (Weatherall, Kooner & Burns)
 3 additional production and remix by Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands 
   for Dust Brothers Productions.
   [Note that Simons/Rowlands firstly called themselves "Dust Brothers
    UK" but changed their name later to "Chemical Brothers" to avoid
    being confused with the original "Dust Brothers" from US
    consisting of John King ("King Gizmo") und Mike Simpson
    ("E.Z. Mike").]

CDS: 1993 DE (Logic Records; LOC 127)                   21:31

  03:49  Open Up (Radio Edit)
  03:52  Open Up (I Hate Pink Floyd)
  08:03  Open Up (Dust Brothers Remix)
  05:36  Open Up (Open Dub)

 2+4 remixed by Sabres Of Paradise
 3 remixed by Dust Brothers UK  [Chemical Brothers]

CDS: 1993 US (??; ??)                                   35:31

  03:49  Open Up (Radio Version)
  08:49  Open Up (Full Vocal Mix)
  13:40  Open Up (Dervish Overdrive Mix)
  09:11  Afro-Ride

CDS: 1993 US (??; CSK 7282) [promo]                     12:38

  03:49  Open Up (Radio Edit)
  08:49  Open Up (Full Vocal Mix)



Leftfield featuring Toni Halliday: Original

Produced and mixed by Leftfield.
"Original" written by Barnes / Daley / Halliday. "Filter Fish" written by Barnes / Daley.
Engineerd at Rollover Studios, London W10.
A Blue Source sleeve. Art direction Jonathon Cooke. Photography by Derek Santini.

Front Sleeve HAND18CD Front Sleeve HAND18CDX
CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND18CD) ^                   25:05
CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND18CDX) ^ [cardboard digipack]

  04:11  Original (Radio Edit)
  07:39  Original (Live Dub)
  05:28  Original (Jam)
  07:43  Filter Fish

12": 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND18T)

  06:22  Original
  05:28  Original (Jam)
  07:43  Filter Fish
  04:07  Original (Drift)

CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND18P) [promo]              10:33

  04:11  Original (Radio Edit)
  06:22  Original (Album Version)



Leftfield featuring Djum Djum: The Afro-Left EP

Written by Barnes / Daley / Cole. Produced by Leftfield at Rollover Studios, London W10.
Vocals by Djum Djum.
A Blue Source sleeve. Art direction Jonathon Cooke. Photography by Amber Rowlands.

Front Sleeve HAND23CD
CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND23CD) ^                   30:37
12": 1995 US (Hardhands / Columbia, NYC; CAS 7247)  [*]

  07:35  Afro-Left         [*A1 07:32]
  09:11  Afro-Ride         [*B1 09:10]
  06:04  Afro-Sol          [*B2 06:02]
  07:47  Afro-Central      [*A2 07:45]

 2-4 remixed by Leftfield @ Flat 12

12": 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HAND23T)                      23:02

  09:11  Afro-Ride
  06:04  Afro-Sol
  07:47  Afro-Central

CDS: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; ???) [promo; stickered]

  --:--  Afro-Left (Edit)
  04:24  Afro-Ride (Edit)



Leftfield featuring Earl Sixteen: Release the Pressure (1996)

Produced by Leftfield at Rollover Studios, London, W10.
Vocals by Earl Sixteen / Cheshire Cat, except "Release One" by Earl Sixteen and "Release Two" by Cheshire Cat.
A Blue Source sleeve. Art direction Jonathon Cooke. Photography by Derek Santini.

Front Sleeve HAND029CD
CDS: 1996 UK (Hard Hands; HAND029CD) ^                  29:58

  04:00  Release The Pressure [1996 Single Mix]
  07:25  Release One
  07:22  Release Two
  06:04  Release Three
  05:08  Release Four

2x12": 1996 UK (Hard Hands; HAND029P) [promo]           23:55
12":   1996 UK (Hard Hands; HAND029T)

  04:00  Release The Pressure [1996 Single Mix]
  07:25  Release One
  07:22  Release Two
  05:08  Release Four

CDS: 1996 UK (Hard Hands; HAND029CDP) [promo]           04:00

  04:00  Release The Pressure [1996 Single Mix]



Leftfield: Phat Planet

Written by Barnes, Daley. Produced by Leftfield.

12": 1999 UK (??; ??) [white label; x300]

  05:19  Phat Planet

10": 1999 UK (Hard Hands; PHAT 001) [white label; x2000]        09:19

  05:19  Phat Planet
  04:00  Phat Planet (Version 2)



Leftfield Bambaataa: Afrika Shox

"Afrika Shox" written by Barnes, Daley, Bambaataa. Produced by Leftfield and Nick Rapaccioli.
"Phat Planet" written by Barnes, Daley. Produced by Leftfield.
Engineered by Adam Wren. Recorded at Rollover Studios.
Art direction by Blue Source / Leftfield. Photography by Toby McFarlan Pond.

Front Sleeve HAND057CD1 Front Sleeve HAND057CD2 Front Sleeve 667788 2 Front Sleeve HAND057T (part of)
CDS: 09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND057CD1) ^              15:29

  03:47  Afrika Shox (Radio Edit)
  05:24  Phat Planet
  06:14  Afrika Shox (Jedi's Elastic Bass Mix)

 1 remixed at Sarm West
 3 remix and additional production by Tom Moddleton and Mark Pritchards

CDS: 09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND057CD2) ^              14:46

  06:21  Afrika Shox (VW Remix)           
  08:25  Phat Planet (Dave Clarke Remix)
[multimedia data track for PC-CD-ROM:]
  04:43  Afrika Shox (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]

 1 remixed at Battery
 2 remixed by Dave Clarke
 3 remixed at Sarm West

CDS: 09/1999 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; 667788 2) ^        22:13

  03:47  Afrika Shox (Radio Edit)
  08:25  Phat Planet (Dave Clarke Remix)
  06:21  Afrika Shox (VW Remix)           
  06:14  Afrika Shox (Jedi's Elastic Bass Mix)

 [remix credits see above]

CDS: 0?/1999 UK/EU (Hard Hands; HAND057CDP) [promo] ^

  03:44  Afrika Shox (Radio Edit)
  05:41  Afrika Shox (Album Version)

12": 09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND057T)
12": 09/1999 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; 667788 6) 

  06:21  Afrika Shox (VW Remix)           
  05:19  Phat Planet
  06:14  Afrika Shox (Jedi's Elastic Bass Mix)

 [remix credits see above]

 [a sticker on (some?) UK 12" sleeves wrongly claims
  'includes Phat Planet - Dave Clarke Mix']



Leftfield Roots Manuva: Dusted

Written by Barnes, Daley, Smith. Produced by Leftfield. Vocals Manuva.
Engineered by Adam Wren. Recorded at Rollover Studios, W10. Mastered by Paul Solomons.
Art direction by Blue Source / Leftfield. Photography by Toby McFarlan Pond.

Front Sleeve HAND058CD1 Front Sleeve HAND058CD2 Front Sleeve 668208 2
CDS: 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND058CD1) ^

  04:51  Dusted
  03:59  Dusted (Pressure Drop Remix)
  05:43  Dusted (Si Begg's Buckfuck 3000 Remix)
  03:50  Dusted (Howie B Instrumental Remix)

 2 remix and additional production by Pressure Drop.
   Contains a sample of Magic's Wand written by Thomas Dolby.
 3 remixed by Buckfuck 3000
 4 additional production and remix by Howie B. Guitar by Greg
     Fleming. Keyboards and addition programming by Jeremy Shaw.

CDS: 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND058CD2) ^

  03:16  Dusted (X-Ecutioners Remix)
  05:47  Dusted (Howie B Vocal Remix)
  04:45  Dusted (Tipper Remix)

 1 remixed by Roc Raida of the X-Ecutioners
 2 additional production and remix by Howie B. Guitar by Greg
     Fleming. Keyboards and addition programming by Jeremy Shaw.
 3 remix and additional production by Tipper.

CDS: 12/1999 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; 668208 2) ^

  04:42  Dusted
  04:02  Dusted (Pressure Drop Remix)
  03:52  Dusted (Howie B Instrumental Remix)
  03:19  Dusted (X-Ecutioners Remix)
  04:44  Dusted (Tipper Remix)

 [remix credits see above]


Promo CD:
CDS: 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND0...) [1 track promo pic]

         Dusted (...)


12" Vinyl:
12": 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND058T)

         Dusted (Si Begg's Buckfuck 3000 Remix)
         Dusted (X-Ecutioners Remix)
         Dusted (Pressure Drop Remix)


12" Vinyl Promo:
2x12": 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND0...) [promo]

 [details unknown]


10" Vinyl Promo:
10": 12/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HAND0...) [promo]

 [details unknown]



Leftfield: Never Forgotten (Not Forgotten '99)

12": 1999 UK (one sided whitelabel)

  --:--  Not Forgotten (1999 Remix)



Leftfield featuring Nicole Willis: Swords

Written by Barnes, Daley, Barnes, Daley.Produced by Leftfield. Engineered by Adam Wren. Recorded at Rollover Studios.
Art direction by Blue Source. Photography by Toby McFarlan Pond.

Front Sleeve HAND059CD Front Sleeve HAND059CD2 Front Sleeve COL 669268 2
CDS: 05/2000 UK (Hard Hands; HAND059CD) ^

  04:06  Swords (Radio Edit)
  05:54  Swords (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
  05:28  Swords (Leftfield Exit Mix)
[multimedia data track for PC-CD-ROM:]
  04:06  Swords (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]

 2 Remix and additional production by Two Lone Swordsmen 
    (Weatherall and Tenniswood)
 3 Remixed by Leftfield

CDS: 05/2000 UK (Hard Hands; HAND059CD2) ^

  04:42  Swords (Leftfield Revisted Mix)
  05:03  Swords (Cari Lekebusch Remix)
  05:18  Swords (To Rococo Rot Remix)

 1 Remixed by Leftfield
 2 Remixed by Cari Lekebusch at HPhq/Stockholm
 3 Remix and additional production by To Rococo Rot

CDS: 05/2000 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; COL 669268 2) ^

  04:06  Swords (Radio Edit)
  04:41  Swords (Revisted Mix)
  05:53  Swords (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
  05:17  Swords (To Rococo Rot Remix)
[multimedia data track for PC-CD-ROM:]
  04:06  Swords (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]

 [remix credits see above]

12": 05/2000 UK (Hard Hands; HAND059T)

  04:41  Swords (Leftfield Revisited Mix)  [A1]
  05:04  Swords (Cari Lekebusch Remix)     [A2]
  05:53  Swords (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix) [B1]
  05:17  Swords (To Rococo Rot Remix)      [B2]

 [remix credits see above]

CDS: 2000 UK (Hard Hands /Sony Music; HAND059CDP) [promo]

  03:47  Swords (Radio Edit)
  04:41  Swords (Leftfield Revisted Mix)
  05:04  Swords (Cari Lekebusch Remix)
  05:53  Swords (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
  05:17  Swords (To Rococo Rot Remix)
  05:28  Swords (Leftfield Exit Mix)

 [remix credits see above]



Leftfield vs Fatboy Slim: Planet Of The Phatbird (promo only)

CDS: 200? UK (Sony Music/Southern Fried Records; PHATBIRDCD) [promo]

  03:27  Planet Of The Phatbird (Edit)
  07:45  Planet Of The Phatbird (Full Length)

 [Promo Use Only, "Only Available on the album... 
  Fatboy Slim Live On Brighton Beach"]



Albums



Leftfield: Backlog (Compilation)

All tracks written by Neil Barnes, except 9/10 by Neil Barnes / Neil Cole. All tracks produced by Neil Barnes and Mat Clarke, except 9/10 by Neil Barnes, Mat Clarke and Neil Cole.
"Hard Hands Mix" remix and additional production by Paul Daley and Neil Barnes.


Front Sleeve OUTER 001
CD: 1992 UK (Outer Rhythm; OUTER 001) ^                 66:18

  06:41  Not Forgotten
  06:12  Not Forgotten (Fateh's On The Case Mix)
  04:46  Not Forgotten (Dub Mix)
  06:43  More Than I Know (12" Mix)
  07:37  Not Forgotten (Hard Hands Mix)
  08:38  More Than I Know (10K Mix)
  07:29  More Than I Know (More Mix)
  04:22  More Than I Know (Even More Mix)
  07:06  Difference (Steng Mix)
  06:42  Difference (Cake Mix)

12": 1991 UK (Outer Rhythm; OUT1P) [promo]              14:45

  07:39  Not Forgotten (Hard Hands Mix)
  07:06  Difference (Steng Mix)



Leftfield: Leftism

1 written by Barnes / P.Daley / E.Daley.
2 written by Barnes / Daley / Cole.
3,6,7,9,11 written by Barnes / Daley.
5 written by Barnes / Daley / Halliday.
8 written by Barnes / Daley / Clarke.
10 written by Barnes / Daley / Lydon.
Vocals by: 1 Earl Sixteen, Papa Dee. 2 Djum Djum. 5 Toni Halliday. 8 Danny Red. 10 John Lydon. 11 Lemn Sissay.
Produced & mixed by Leftfield.
Recorded at Rollover Studios, London W10.


Front Sleeve HANDCD2
2xLP: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HANDLP2)                     69:45
MC:   1995 UK (Hard Hands; HANDMC2)
CD:   1995 UK (Hard Hands; HANDCD2) ^

  07:38  Release The Pressure
  07:32  Afro-Left
  05:20  Melt
  06:56  Song Of Life
  06:22  Original
  03:45  Black Flute
  07:14  Space Shanty
  06:30  Inspection (Check One)
  05:43  Storm 3000
  06:52  Open Up
  05:42  21st Century Poem


Special Edition Triple LP:
3xLP: 1995 UK (Hard Hands; HANDLP2T) [special edition]

  07:39  Release The Pressure
  07:32  Afro-Left
  07:09  Cut For Life
  05:12  Melt
  03:45  Black Flute
  06:22  Original
  06:29  Inspection (Check One)
  07:14  Space Shanty
  05:43  Storm 3000
  03:38  Half Past Dub
  08:44  Open Up [Longer Version]
  04:30  21st Century Poem


Front Sleeve D31357
Bonus Remix Disc Edition:
2CD: 1995 AU (Liberation / Hard Hands / Mushroom; D31357) ^ 
                                                        114:33
[disc one:]                                             69:45
  [same as regular one, see above]

[disc two:]                                             44:48
  09:11  Afro-Ride
  07:22  Release One
  07:40  Original (Live Dub)
  07:40  Filter Fish
  07:47  Afro-Central
  05:08  Release Four


Front Sleeve
"7 Track Remix-CD" Bonus Disc Edition:
2CD: 05/2000 (Hard Hands; HANDCD2X) ^

[disc one:]                                             69:45
  [same as regular one, see above]

[disc two:]                                             51:41
  09:12  Afro-Ride
  07:21  Release The Pressure (Release One)
  07:31  Original (Live Dub)
  07:42  Filter Fish
  07:43  Afro-Central
  05:02  Release The Pressure (Release Four)
  07:08  Cut For Life


2x12": 1995 UK (Hard Hands; ???) [promo]                27:32

  07:39  Release The Pressure
  07:32  Afro-Left
  06:38  Black Flute
  05:43  Storm 3000

2x12": 1995 UK (Left EP 1 ?) [promo] 

         Afro-Left                [A]
         Cut For Life             [B]
         Inspection (Check One)   [C]
         Black Flute [extended?]  [D]



Leftfield: Rhythm and Stealth

All track written by Barnes, Daley. Produced by Leftfield. Except:
1 additional writing Smith. Vocals Manuva.
3 additional writing Cheshire. Vocals Cheshire Cat.
6 additional writing Bambaataa, Rapaccioli. Vocals Afrika Bambaataa.
7 additional writing Rapaccioli.
8 additional writing Willis. Vocals Nicole Willis.
10 additional writing Della Volpe.
6/7 produced with Nick Rapaccioli.
Engineered by Adam Wren. Recorded at Rollover Studios. 6 remixed at Sarm West.
Art direction by Blue Source. Photography by Toby McFarlan Pond.


Front Sleeve 488527
5x10": 09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HANDLP 4T) [limited 5x10"]
2LP:   09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HANDLP 4)
CD:    09/1999 UK (Hard Hands; HANDCD 4)
CD:    09/1999 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; COL 488527 2) ^     52:56
2LP:   09/1999 DE/EU (Sony / Columbia; COL 488527 ?)
CD:    09/1999 US (Hard Hands/Higher Ground/ Columbia; CK68529)

  04:41  Dusted
  05:24  Phat Planet
  05:56  Chant Of A Poor Man
  04:12  Double Flash
  06:02  El Cid
  05:37  Afrika Shox
  04:51  Dub Gussett
  05:07  Swords
  04:13  6/8 War
  06:54  Rino's Prayer

[multimedia data track for PC-CD-ROM - only on US CK68529:]
  04:43  Afrika Shox (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]


Front Sleeve HANDCD 4X
"Stealth Remixes" Bonus Disk Edition:
2CD: 05/2000 UK (Hard Hands; HANDCD 4X) ^

[disc one:]                                             69:45
  [same as regular one, see above]

[disc two: "Stealth Remixes"]                                             
  05:52  Phat Planet (Dave Clarke Remix)
  05:56  El Cid (I-Cube Simple Mix)
  05:40  Rinos Prayer (Nick Rapaccioli Remix)
  05:25  Chant Of A Poor Man (Mighty Quark Remix)
  06:34  Dub Gussett (Maas Remix)
  06:49  El Cid (I-Cube Table Tennis Remix)
  06:12  Double Flash (Headstarter Remix)
[multimedia data track for PC-CD-ROM:]
  04:43  Afrika Shox (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]
  04:41  Dusted (Video Version) [MPEG + QT]

 1 remixed by Dave Clarke
 2,6 remixed by I-Cube
 3 remixed by Nick Rapaccioli
 4 remixed by The Mighty Quark
 5 remix and additonal production by Ewan Pearson
 7 remixed by Barbed Wire
 8 remixed at Sarm West



Exclusive Compilation Tracks and Other Contributions



A Final Hit

Written by Barnes / Daley. Produced by Leftfield.

Front Sleeve
on Various: Trainspotting Soundtrack
CD: 1996 UK    (Premier / EMI Records; CDEMC 3639)
CD: 1996 NL/EU (Premier / EMI Records; 7243 8 37190 2 0) ^
CD: 1996 US (??; ??)
12": 1996 US (??; ??) [promo; orange vinyl]

  03:15  A Final Hit


on Various: Trainspotting #2 Soundtrack
CD: 1997 UK (??; ??)
CD: 1997 US (??; ??)

  04:55  A Final Hit (Full Version)


on Various: Brits '97
CD: 1997 UK (...)

  03:15  A Final Hit



Shallow Grave

Written by N. Barnes and P. Daley. Produced and mixed by Leftfield.

Front Sleeve
on Various: Shallow Grave Soundtrack
CD: 1995 UK/EU (EMI Records; 7243 8 32488 2 7) ^

  04:36  Shallow Grave



Praise

Written by N. Barnes and P. Daley. Produced and mixed by Leftfield.
Art direction and design by Andy Vella.

Front Sleeve
on Various: 104.9 - An XFM Compilation
CD: 1995 UK (XFM; XFM CD2) ^

  05:13  Praise



Space March

on Various: Shaken and Stirred - James Bond Project
CD: 1998 UK (??; ??)
CD: 1998 US (??; ??)

  05:29  Space March (featuring David Arnold)



Snake Blood

Written by Neil Barnes and Paul Daley. Produced by Leftfield. Engineered by Adam Wren.

Front Sleeve 4344 31079 2
(Design and layout: Artboy)

On "The Beach - Motion Picture Soundtrack" :
CD: 02/2000 DE/EU (London Records / Warner; 4344 31079 2) ^
CD: 01/2000 US    (...)

  05:39  Snake Blood



Other Compilation Appearances



Afro-Left/Ride

on Various: Survival
CD: 199? UK (??; TRIBE CD2)

  07:33  Afro-Left


on Various: Wipeout Soundtrack
CD: 1996 UK (Sony; TV 6)

  04:24  Afro-Ride [edit]


Front Sleeve
on Various: Wipeout 2097 Soundtrack
CD: 1997 UK (Virgin; TCV2815 / 7243 8 42226 2 8) ^

  04:24  Afro-Ride [edit]


on Various: Wipeout XL Soundtrack
CD: 1997 US (Virgin; ??)

  04:24  Afro-Ride [edit]



Difference

On "Various: Progressive House Classics" (Compilation):
CD: 1996 UK (Dino Entertainment / Firm Music; FIRMCD 01)

  05:20  Djum Djum: Difference (Steng Mix) [Edit] [2]



Inspection (check one)

on Various: Future Funk
2xCD: 199? UK (A&M; 540 495-2)

       Inspection (check one)


on Various: Hackers 2 Original Soundtrack
CD: 199? UK (Edel; 0037172 EDL)

       Inspection (check one)



Melt

on Various: Dimensions in Ambience
CD: 199? UK (Quango/Island; 162-531 045-2)

       Melt



Not Forgotten

on Various: Future House vol.4
CD: 199? US (??; ??)

  07:22  Not Forgotten (hard hands mix) [slightly edited]


On "Various: Progressive House Classics" (Compilation):
CD: 1996 UK (Dino Entertainment / Firm Music; FIRMCD 01)

  06:27  Not Forgotten (Hard Hands Mix) [edit] [9]



Open Up

on Various: Chemical Reaction
CD: 199? UK (Afrodesia Music; AFRCD 01)

         Open Up (Chemical Brothers Mix) [different,longer mix]


on Various: Cream of Underground House vol. 3
CD: 199? UK (??; HOLDCD 004)

  08:04  Open Up (Dust Brothers Remix)


on Various: Best of Cream of Underground House
2xLP: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Open up (full vocal mix)


on Various: Hackers Soundtrack
CD: 199? UK (Edel; ??)

  06:54  Open Up [album version]



Original

on Various: Mercury Music Prize Sampler
CD: 1995 UK (Mercury; MMPCD4)

  04:09  Leftfield - Original (7")  [track 1]



Release the Pressure

Written by N. Barnes and P. Daley. Produced and mixed by Leftfield.


on Various: Altered States
CD: 199? UK (Solid State Records; ??)

  07:25  Release Two


on Various: Judge Dredd Soundtrack
CD: 1995 UK (Epic/Sony; 480855 2)

  07:39  Release the Pressure [album version]


on Various: The Serious Road Trip
3xCD: 1995 UK (Melody Maker; MCD 11195)

  05:44  Release the Dubs [edit of release the dubs 2]


Front Sleeve
on Various: Shallow Grave Soundtrack
CD: 1995 UK/EU (EMI Records; 7243 8 32488 2 7) ^

  05:44  Release The Dubs [Edit Of Release The Dubs 2]


on Various: Trance Dance
CD: UK (??; DINCD45)

  04:53  Release the Pressure [mix unknown]



Song of Life

on Various: Abduction
2xCD: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Song of Life (12" mix)


on Various: Tribal Gathering
3xLP: 199? UK (??; ??)
2xCD: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Song of Life (12" mix)


on Various: Cafe del Mar
CD: 199? UK (React Music; REACT CD 41)

         Fanfare of Life


on Various: Ibiza After Hours
CD: 199? US (??; ??)

         Fanfare of Life


on Various: Chill Out
2xCD: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Song of Life [version unknown]


on Various: Muzik Club Classics
CD: 199? UK (n/a) [free with Muzik Magazine July 1999 issue]

         Song of Life [version unknown]


on Various: DADA: Deep and Dubby Attitude
CD: 199? UK (??; DADA CD 001)

         Song of Life (lemon interrupt remix) [edited]


Front Sleeve Back Sleeve  

On "Flux Tracks 02" (Compilation):
4LP: 1996 UK (EXP/ EXPLP003)  [unconfirmed cat#]
2CD: 1996 UK (EXP/ EXPCD003 / 5 028668 000257)

  08:44  Leftfield: Song Of Life (extended version)


on Various: Futurhythms
CD: 199? US (??; ??)

  04:18  Song of Life (radio edit)


on Various: Trance 2
CD: 199? UK (??; ??)

  04:18  Song of Life (radio edit)

12": 199? US (??; ??) [white label promo]

  09:14  Song of Life (club mix) [mislabeled "5:22"]


on Various: ??
2xCD: 199? ?? (??; ??)

         Cut for Life



Space Shanty

on Various: Foundations - Coming Up from the Streets
2xLP: 1997 UK (Feedback; FCL002)
2xCD: 1997 UK (Feedback; FCL002CD)

  07:36  Space Shanty (tribal remix)



Swords

on Various: Go Soundtrack
CD: 1999 US (Sony; ??)

        Swords [featuring Nicole Willis]


Remixes, Collaborations And Outside Production Work



Adamski: Back to Front

12": 199? ?? (MCA; MCSTD 1644)
CDS: 199? ?? (MCA; ??)

  04:11  Back to Front (rub it radio edit)
  06:32  Back to Front (rub it vocal mix)
  07:31  Back to Front (rub it love it dub)



David Bowie: Jump They Say

12": 1992 US (BMG; 47855-00421)

  07:40  Jump They Say (leftfield 12" vocal)
  06:13  Jump They Say (dub oddity)

12": 1992 UK (Arista; 74321-13942)

  05:40  Jump They Say (hard hands remix)
  07:40  Jump They Say (leftfield 12" vocal)
  06:13  Jump They Say (dub oddity)



Delta Lady: Anything You Want

Written by Schneider/Needs. Produced by Kris Needs at Rollover Studios, London. Vocals by Wonder. Music by Needs/Daley/Barnes.
"Volume Vocal Mix" programmed and edited by Kris Needs, Paul Daley and Neil Barnes. Re-production by Steve 'Dub'. Engineered by Olli J.

12": 199? UK (Hard Hands; HAND006T)

         Anything You Want (Delta Belter Vocal Symphony)
         Anything You Want (Delta Dub Charge)


on Various: Trance 3
CD: 199? UK (??; ??)

  06:03  Anything You Want (Edited 12" Version)


on Various: Volume Seven
CD: 07/1993 UK (...)

  06:03  Anything You Want (Volume Vocal Mix) [Edited 12" Version]


Front Sleeve
on Various: Wasted (The Best Of Volume)
2xCD: 1995 UK (World's End; BOVCD1)

  06:03  Anything You Want (Volume Vocal Mix) [Edited 12" Version]


on Various: XL Recordings chapter 4
2LP: 1995 UK (XL Recordings; ??)
CD:  1995 UK (XL Recordings; ??)

  06:03  Anything You Want (Edited 12" Version)



D:Ream: Unforgiven

12": 199? UK (??; MAG 1016T) [*]
CDS: 199? UK (??; ??)

  08:56  Unforgiven (leftfield hard mix) [not on *]
  07:02  Unforgiven (leftfield hands mix)



Herbal Infusion: The Hunter

[Herbal Infusion is Leftfield (and Wesson)]

12": 199? UK (Zoom Records; ZOOM 13)

         The Hunter (original herbal club mix)
         The Hunter (herbal drum and bass club)
         The Hunter (club mix rumble style by acorn arts)



I.C.P.: Free and Equal

12": 199? UK (Raiders Records; RADZ 2)

         Free and Equal (leftfield remix)
         Free and Equal (leftfield tribal mix)



If?: Everything and More

12": 199? UK (??; MCST 1606)

         Everything and More (leftfield vocal mix)
         Everything and More (leftfield ranch dub)
         Everything and More (leftfield bonus love dub)



If?: Everything and More

12": 1992 UK (MCA, London; MCST 1606)

  08:25  Everything And More (Leftfield Vocal Mix)      [A1]
  06:19  Everything And More (Leftfield Ranch Dub)      [B1]
  04:52  Everything And More (Leftfield Bonus Love Dub) [B2]



If?: Open Up Your Head

12": 199? UK (??; MCST 1583)

         Open Up Your Head (Vocalfield Remix)
         Open Up Your Head (Trancefield Dub Mix)
         Open Up Your Head (Stringfield Dub Mix)



Inner City: Hallelujah

Composed by Kevin Saunderson / McCoy / Munnell.
Produced by Kevin "Master Reese" Saunderson for KMS Records Detroit. Production assistant: Tommy Munnell.

Front Sleeve TENCD398
 

CDS: 1992 UK (Ten Records; TENCD398 / 665 249) ^

  03:56  Hallelujah (Leftfield On High Vocal - 7" Edit)
  07:28  Hallelujah (Leftfield On High Vocal)
  04:09  Hallelujah (Leftfield Instrumental)
  04:07  Hallelujah (Leftfield Glory Mix)
  07:03  Hallelujah (Leftfield Zoom Dub)
  04:45  Hallelujah (Spiritual Sample Mix)

 1-5 Remix and additional production by Leftfield


12": 1992 UK (Ten Records; TENX398) ^

  07:15  Hallelujah (Leftfield On High Vocal)  [A1]
  04:00  Hallelujah (Leftfield Instrumental)   [A2]
  03:50  Hallelujah (Leftfield Glory Mix)      [A3]
  08:50  Hallelujah (Leftfield Zoom Dub)       [B1]
  04:35  Hallelujah (Spiritual Sample Mix)     [B2]
  05:10  Hallelujah (Leftfield Bonus Beats)    [B3]

 [timings are estimations measured by hand]

 A, B1, B3 Remix and additional production by Leftfield


on Inner City: Praise
CD: 199? UK (Ten Records; ??)

         Hallelujah (Leftfield On High Vocal)



Morgan King: I Am Free

12": 199? UK (??; OM 000664)

         I Am Free (leftfield dub remix)
         I Am Free (leftfield escape from dada mix)


on Various: DADA: Deep and Dubby Attitude
CD: 199? UK (??; DADA CD 001)

         I Am Free (leftfield mix 2)


On "Sasha presents: Excession Recordings" (Compilation):
CD: 1999 UK (Excession Recordings; XSN CD001)

  08:53  Morgan King: I'm Free (Leftfield Dub)

 Remix and additional production by Leftfield




John Lydon: Sun/Psychopath

Written by John Lydon. Produced by John Lydon for JRJL and Mark Sounders for SSO.

Front Sleeve VUSCD 122
on John Lydon: Sun
CDS: 1997 UK (Virgin; VUSCD 122 / 8 94388 2 6) ^        20:23
CDS: 1997 AU (Liberation / Mushroom; 0089069-SUN1) [blank cardsleeve, maybe promo]

  04:13  Sun (Leftfield Remix)
  03:10  Sun (Lydon Remix)
  03:54  Psychopath (Leftfield Remix 3)
  09:01  Psychopath (Leftfield Dub Remix)

 1,3,4 additional production and remix by Leftfield
 2 remix by John Lydon and Martin Lydon

12": 1997 UK (Virgin; VUSTDJ127) [promo]

  04:13  Sun (Leftfield Remix)
  05:54  Sun (Leftfield Dub Remix)
  03:54  Psychopath (Leftfield Remix 3)
  09:01  Psychopath (Leftfield Dub Remix)

CDS: 1997 UK (Virgin; ??) [promo]

  04:13  Sun (Leftfield Remix)
  03:54  Psychopath (Leftfield Remix 3)


on John Lydon: Psycho's Path
CD: 1997 UK (Virgin; ??)

  04:13  Sun (Leftfield Remix)
  04:18  Psychopath (Leftfield Remix)



Pressure Drop: You're Mine

12": 199? DE (Logic Records; ??)

  06:05  You're Mine (leftfield vocal mix)
  05:05  You're Mine (guv dub 2)

12": 199? UK (??; LC 7502) [promo]

  04:02  You're Mine (radio edit)
  11:27  You're Mine (guv dub 1)
  10:02  You're Mine (leftfield vocal mix)



React 2 Rhythm: Intoxication

Produced and mixed by React 2 Rhythm.

2CDS: 1991 UK (Guerilla; CD-GRRR14-15)
CDS:  1991 US (Tribal/IRS; X25G-13844)
12":  1991 US (Tribal/IRS; ...)

  06:10  Intoxication (Leftfield Remix)
  08:10  Intoxication (Dubfield Remix)

 Remixed by Leftfield
 [this CD contains 3 other tracks not related to leftfield]


On "React 2 Rhythm: Whatever You Dream" (Album):
CD: 1992 US (IRS/Guerilla; X2-13150)

  07:59  Intoxication (Dubfield Remix)


On "Various: Dub House Disco" /
On "Various: Dub House Disco & Dub House Disco 2000" (Compilation):
CD:  1992 UK (GRCD 004)             ["Dub House Disco" only]
2CD: 1993 US (IRS; 0777 7 13221 29) [Gatefold Double CD /w "DHD2000"]

  06:10  React To Rhythm: Intoxication (Leftfield Remix)

 [Note: "Dub House Disco 2000" contains no Leftfield related tracks]


On "Various: Progressive House Classics" (Compilation):
CD: 1996 UK (Dino Entertainment / Firm Music; FIRMCD 01)

  05:21  React 2 Rhythm: Intoxication (Clubfield Mix) [edit] [1]



Renegade Soundwave: Renegade Soundwave

12": 199? UK (Mute; 12MUTE146)
CDS: 199? UK (Mute; CDMUTE146)

  07:50  Renegade Soundwave (leftfield remix)
  05:24  Renegade Soundwave (leftfield dub)

12": 199? US (Elektra; ED 5683)

  07:50  Renegade Soundwave (leftfield remix)


on Various: Into the Mix 2
2xCD: 199? US (Hypnotic; ??)

  07:50  Renegade Soundwave (Leftfield Remix)


on Various: 'Xmas Dust Up' (promo tape)
MC: 12/1994 (NME magazine)

         Renegade Soundwave (Leftfield Remix) [continuously  mixes]



Sandals: A Profund Gas

12": 199? UK (??; ??)

         A Profund Gas (vocal mix)
         A Profund Gas (cheetali mix)
         A Profund Gas (ardens bud phase 1)
         A Profund Gas (ardens bud phase 2)
         A Profund Gas (profund dub)



Sandals: Nothing

12": 199? UK (Acid Jazz Records; FX 199)

         Nothing (extended version)
         Nothing (protest vocal)
         Nothing (dub)
         Nothing (hard hands ritual)
         Nothing (distant dub)


on Various: Slowburn
CD: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Nothing (leftfield dub)



Sandals: (tracks)

Leftfield: co-wrote; Neil Barnes: performs on


on Sandals: Rite to Silence
CD: 199? UK (??; ??)

         Feet
         Change
         Lovewood
         Here Comes the Sign



Stereo MC's: Step It Up

12": 199? UK (Island; BRW 266864)
CDS: 199? UK (Island; ??)

         Step It Up (stereofield dub)
         Step It Up (stereofield dub instrumental)

12": 199? US (Gee Street; 862431)
CDS: 199? US (Gee Street; ??)

         Step It Up (stereofield dub)



Sunscreem: Perfect Motion

on Sunscreem: Perfect Motion
CDS: 1992 UK (Sony; 658405-2)

  05:02  Perfect Motion (One Down Mix)  [track 5]

12": 1992 UK (Sony, SSQ; 658405 5)

         Perfect Motion                   [A1]
         Perfect Motion (Vocal Mix)       [A2]
         Perfect Motion (Boys Own Mix)    [B1]
         Perfect Motion (Rhythm's A Drug) [B2]

 A2 remixed by Leftfield


on Sunscreem: White Skies
2xLP: 199? UK (Sony; 472218)

  08:41  Perfect Motion (Leftfield Vocal Mix)




Supereal: Body Medusa

Produced by Supereal.

2CDS: 1991 UK (Guerilla; CD-GRRR17-18)
CDS:  1992 US (Tribal/IRS; X25G-13852)

  07:34  Body Medusa (Leftfield Remix)

 Add'l prod and remix by Leftfield


On "Various: Dub House Disco" /
On "Various: Dub House Disco & Dub House Disco 2000" (Compilation):
CD:  1992 UK (GRCD 004)             ["Dub House Disco" only]
2CD: 1993 US (IRS; 0777 7 13221 29) [Gatefold Double CD /w "DHD2000"]

  07:33  Supereal: Body Medusa (Leftfield Mix)
  02:00  Supereal: Body Medusa (Leftfield Dub Mix)

 Remix and additional production by Leftfield


On "Various: Progressive House Classics" (Compilation):
CD: 1996 UK (Dino Entertainment / Firm Music; FIRMCD 01)

  06:58  Supereal: Body Medusa (Leftfield Mix) [Edit] [13]



Tricky: Brand New You're Retro

  [unreleased]



Ultra Nate: Deeper Love

12": 199? UK (Warner Bros; SAM 923) [promo]

         Deeper Love (leftfield vocal mix)
         Deeper Love (ultrafield dub)


on Ultra Nate: Rejoicing
12": 199? US (Warner Bros; 40638)

         Deeper Love (leftfield vocal mix)



Yothu Yindi: Timeless Land

12": 199? UK (??; Yothu 003) [promo]

         Timeless Land (leftfield remix)
         Timeless Land (leftfield dub)



Bootlegs



Leftfield: Leftout (Bootleg Compilation)

 


CD: 1999 ?? (??; ??) [bootleg compilation]

  04:38  Shallow Grave
  13:40  Open Up (dervish overdrive)
  08:44  Song of Life (extended version)
  07:47  Afro-Central
  07:39  Original (live dub)
  05:15  Melt
  07:22  Release One
  07:43  Filter Fish
  --:--  A Final Hit [version unknown]
  --:--  Swords



About This Discography


List of abbreviations

Formats:
CD    = CD longplay album
NoCD  = Non-CD ("Copy protected" disk) who is violating the 
        "Red Book" standard for audio CDs 
LP    = twelve inch vinyl longplay album
MC    = music cassette (tape)
MD    = mini disk
CDS   = CD single, maxi or EP
12"   = twelve inch vinyl single or EP
10"   = ten inch vinyl single or EP
7"    = seven inch vinyl single or EP
2CD   = double CD, 3CD = triple CD, ...
2LP   = double LP, 3LP = triple LP, ...
2MC   = double MC, 3MC = triple MC, ...
2x12" = double 12", 3x12" = triple 12", ...


diecut sleeve = sleeve with a hole in the middle, usually without any
 release-specific layout (e.g. black, white, or with a generic label
 logo used for all releases from this label)

bootleg = illegal unofficial 'black market' pressing


Country codes:
AU = Australia
AT = Austria
BE = Belgium
BR = Brasil
CA = Canada
CZ = Czech Republic
DE = Germany
DK = Denmark
EU = European Union (or Continental Europe)
ES = Spain
FI = Finland
FR = France
GR = Greece
HK = Kong Kong
IT = Italy
JP = Japan
ML = Malaysia
NL = Netherlands (Dutch)
NO = Norway
PL = Poland
RU = Russia
SC = Scandinavian
SE = Sweden
SG = Singapore
UK = United Kingdom
US = United States
ZA = South Africa


Universal Product Code / International Article Number

The Universal Product Code (UPC aka EAN.UCC-12) is the original 12-digit barcode widely used in USA and Canada for items in stores since 1974. The International Article Number (EAN-13) was developed as a superset of UPC with an additional 13th digit for international use (UPC has the prefix 0 in the EAN system).
UPC consists of an item group digit, a 5-digit manufacturer code, a 5-digit product reference number assigned by the manufacturer and a check digit. EAN is build up using 2-3 digits for country prefix, 4-5 digits manufacturer code, 5-digit product reference number and a check digit.
For a list of EAN country codes see Wikipedia, but note that they're not valid for 12-digit UPC codes.



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