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(1992-05) The Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea

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(1992-05) The Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea

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THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PAPUA NEW GUINEA (1992)
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7" (TOT17)/CASSETTE (MCSTOT17) 11th May 1992

01. 7" Original
02. Andrew Weatherall Mix

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12" (12TOT17R) 11th May 1992

01. 12" Original
02. Andrew Weatherall Full Length Mix
03. Dub Mix
04. Journey To Pyramid
05. Monsoon Mix
06. Graham Massey Mix
07. Dumb Child Of Q Mix

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CD (CDSTOT17) 11th May 1992

01. 7" Original
02. Andrew Weatherall Mix
03. Dub Mix
04. Journey To Pyramid
05. Graham Massey Mix
06. Dumb Child Of Q Mix
07. 12" Original
08. Hamish McDonald Mix

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CD (ZYX 6786-8)

01. 7" Original
02. Andrew Weatherall Mix
03. Graham Massey Mix
04. Hamish McDonald Mix

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7" R&S Records (RS 92709)
01. 7" Original
02. Graham Massey Mix


THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PAPUA NEW GUINEA (1996)

CD (CLP 9743-2)

01. 7" Original
02. Andrew Weatherall Mix
03. Dub Mix
04. Journey To Pyramid
05. Graham Massey Mix
06. Dumb Child Of Q Mix
07. 12" Original
08. Hamish McDonald Mix

Notes:
Originally released in 1991, with re-releases in 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2007.

The "Andrew Weatherall Remix" on the 12" is two minutes longer than the versions on the 7" and CD.

The 1996 US re-release features a holographic cover.

Composition by Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. Produced by Yage.

An exclusive mix, combining the 'Original 12" Mix' and 'Dumb Child of Q Mix' appears on Accelerator. The 'Original 12" Mix' appears on Teachings from the Electronic Brain: The Best of FSOL. the 'Dumb Child Of Q' mix appears on Earthbeat.

After appearing in the film Cool World, 'Papua New Guinea' began to get wider exposure, and eventually received a more deluxe re-release, featuring several new interpretations by the band, as well as remixes from the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Graham Massey and Hamish McDonald. It was this release that made the group well known (indeed, it is still their most famous track to date), and is responsible for interest from Virgin, and the success of the rest of their career.

Charts:
UK singles chart (1992): number 22.












THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2001 (2001)
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CD (CDSTOT44) 17th September 2001

01. Papua New Guinea (7" Original)
02. Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Radio-Path)
03. Papua New Guinea (Hybrid Radio Edit)
04. Papua New Guinea (Blue States Mix)
05. Papua New Guinea (Simian Mix)



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12" (12 TOT 44) 17th September 2001

01. Papua New Guinea (Hybrid Mix)
02. Papua New Guinea (Oil Funk Dub Mix)
03. Papua New Guinea (12" Original)


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12" (12 TOT 44R) 17th September 2001

01. Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Main-Path)
02. Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Flip-Path)


THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PAPUA NEW GUINEA (2002)
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12" (SUPER DJ 2042 DMD) 10th June 2002

01. Papua New Guinea (Marco V Mix)
02. Papua New Guinea (Original Mix)
03. Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Main-Path)


THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON - PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2007 (2007)

12" (12TOT45) 14th May 2007
01. Papua New Guinea (Herd & White Remix)
02. Papua New Guinea (Herd & White No Acid Mix)
03. Papua New Guinea (Herd & White Radio Mix)


The 2001 version was released in line with the Accelerator re-release and Papua New Guinea Translations remix album, marking ten years of the track and album.

The 2007 house remixes by Herd & White were released for no discernable reason.




Purchase from FSOLDigital.





CHarts:
UK singles chart (2001): number 28.

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