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Peter Lazonby - If You Cannot Resist. Why Do You Exist?, Brainiak Records. It's odd this hasn't been posted already, classic ambient techno tune.

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Album · 1996 · 6 Songs.

Still, with HUMBLE SERVANT, WAVE SPEECH and SACRED CYCLES this album contains three of my favourite tracks ever and I can't recommend it enough. Give it a try! Reply Notify me Helpful. Musically and artistically amazing album. Lazonby knows how to deliver trance goodies. Sacred Cycles is a popular classic but I have to say I enjoy "Humble Servant" & "Wave Speech" (over 15 minutes of pure awesomeness!) more. It's sad that it has only 6 tracks but fortunately Peter has understood "quality over quantity" and made this album a great journey trough his art of trance music. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.

This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 128/135 BPM). Tracklist Your Humble Servant.

Pete Lazonby - Humble Servant. Artist: Pete Lazonby. Album: Your Humble Servant. Download Pete Lazonby - Humble Servant. Your Humble Servant: Best 2 songs. Pete Lazonby - Sacred Cycles 10:59. Pete Lazonby - The Charm 07:20. Pete Lazonby: best 2 tracks. Pete Lazonby - Sacred Cycles Sacred Cycles, 2006 08:47.

Your Humble Servant (1995). Album by Pete Lazonby. see 11 more connections. Papua New Guinea by The Future Sound of London (1991).

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Tracklist

Humble Servant 10:12
Stamina 9:13
Butterfly Collector 7:11
The Charm 7:20
Sacred Cycles 10:59
Wave Speech 15:23

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRAINK 44 CD Peter Lazonby* Your Humble Servant ‎(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Brainiak Records BRAINK 44 CD UK 1995
Braink 44LP, WURST 1 Peter Lazonby* Your Humble Servant ‎(2x12", Album + 10", Ltd) Brainiak Records, Brainiak Records Braink 44LP, WURST 1 UK 1995
Braink 44LP Peter Lazonby* Your Humble Servant ‎(2xLP, Album) Brainiak Records Braink 44LP UK 1995
285 001-2 Peter Lazonby* Your Humble Servant ‎(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Pagoda 285 001-2 US 1996
NEXP010 Pete Lazonby Your Humble Servant ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Northern Exposure Recordings NEXP010 UK 2010


Peter Lazonby - Your Humble Servant FLAC album

Performer: Peter Lazonby

Title: Your Humble Servant

Country: UK

Date of release: 1995

Style: Trance, Techno

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1171 mb

Size FLAC: 1448 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 799

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Faebei
In what world do we live, that this album does not rank amongst the crowned achievements of electronic dance music! YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT is highly underrated, and crimically disregarded. Maybe because it came out at a time when techno and trance burned all bridges between them in mutual contempt, and still took, with almost naive aspiration, the deepest, most ambitious and most innovative elements from both fronts and mixed them into a timeless techno-trance masterpiece.Regardless of whether it's deep, Detroit-style techno or classic harmonic trance you're looking for, this album is a must-have. First, there's the opening-track HUMBLE SERVANT, a Detroit-influenced string techno epos that has few rivals. If this had been put out on, say, Transmat at the same time, it would stand es one of the most highly regarded techno classics of the nineties: A deep, melodic, string-heavy, yet beatless six minute intro explodes into pure bliss once the bassdrum kicks in and stands on par with Derrick May's best productions. If classic Detroit techno is your thing, this track alone should make this a worthwile investment.Then there's the closing WAVE SPEECH, one of the most hypnotic and beautiful trance tracks ever produced. A deep and harmonic, ambient-like synth pattern and soft organic drums lull your mind into an utter tranquility, while a driving bassline and a strong kickdrum will get you grooving before you know what happened. Both extremes are balanced in perfect dynamic equilibrium. Over more than 15 minutes a whole story unfolds, told in nothing but sound. Everything culminates into a five minute breakdown (the longest I ever remember hearing anywhere) right before the dramatic finale. This track is a journey into an unknown world, and one can only wonder where trance music would be today if this was the path ist had followed from the mid-nineties onwards. Absolutely mind-blowing!(The full 15+ minute version is exclusive to this album. The older, more dancefloor-friendly EP version is more than five minutes shorter.)These two tracks almost put SACRED CYCLES to shame, Peter Lazonby's most well-known track and one of the classic trance anthems (well-deserved! It's still a gorgeous beauty of a track). I don't think SACRED CYCLES needs much of an introduction. Much alike WAVE SPEECH it is a beautiful, epic blend of ambient, trance and techno that easily stood the test of time. The limited edition also includes a 10" with the two remixes by Jens Mahlstedt and Gary D. Especially the former stands as one of the best trance remixes ever. It keeps the harmonic integrity of the original, adds some more trancy harmonics, but its sparse and concentrated drums still sound very modern. The rest of the album didn't age that well, but still provides some nice is-it-techno-is-it-trance grooves that are very far from bad. Still, with HUMBLE SERVANT, WAVE SPEECH and SACRED CYCLES this album contains three of my favourite tracks ever and I can't recommend it enough. Give it a try!
Faebei
In what world do we live, that this album does not rank amongst the crowned achievements of electronic dance music! YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT is highly underrated, and crimically disregarded. Maybe because it came out at a time when techno and trance burned all bridges between them in mutual contempt, and still took, with almost naive aspiration, the deepest, most ambitious and most innovative elements from both fronts and mixed them into a timeless techno-trance masterpiece.Regardless of whether it's deep, Detroit-style techno or classic harmonic trance you're looking for, this album is a must-have. First, there's the opening-track HUMBLE SERVANT, a Detroit-influenced string techno epos that has few rivals. If this had been put out on, say, Transmat at the same time, it would stand es one of the most highly regarded techno classics of the nineties: A deep, melodic, string-heavy, yet beatless six minute intro explodes into pure bliss once the bassdrum kicks in and stands on par with Derrick May's best productions. If classic Detroit techno is your thing, this track alone should make this a worthwile investment.Then there's the closing WAVE SPEECH, one of the most hypnotic and beautiful trance tracks ever produced. A deep and harmonic, ambient-like synth pattern and soft organic drums lull your mind into an utter tranquility, while a driving bassline and a strong kickdrum will get you grooving before you know what happened. Both extremes are balanced in perfect dynamic equilibrium. Over more than 15 minutes a whole story unfolds, told in nothing but sound. Everything culminates into a five minute breakdown (the longest I ever remember hearing anywhere) right before the dramatic finale. This track is a journey into an unknown world, and one can only wonder where trance music would be today if this was the path ist had followed from the mid-nineties onwards. Absolutely mind-blowing!(The full 15+ minute version is exclusive to this album. The older, more dancefloor-friendly EP version is more than five minutes shorter.)These two tracks almost put SACRED CYCLES to shame, Peter Lazonby's most well-known track and one of the classic trance anthems (well-deserved! It's still a gorgeous beauty of a track). I don't think SACRED CYCLES needs much of an introduction. Much alike WAVE SPEECH it is a beautiful, epic blend of ambient, trance and techno that easily stood the test of time. The limited edition also includes a 10" with the two remixes by Jens Mahlstedt and Gary D. Especially the former stands as one of the best trance remixes ever. It keeps the harmonic integrity of the original, adds some more trancy harmonics, but its sparse and concentrated drums still sound very modern. The rest of the album didn't age that well, but still provides some nice is-it-techno-is-it-trance grooves that are very far from bad. Still, with HUMBLE SERVANT, WAVE SPEECH and SACRED CYCLES this album contains three of my favourite tracks ever and I can't recommend it enough. Give it a try!
Wyameluna
I was given the 10" 'German remixes' of Sacred Cycles by Tim Fielding (I can't remember ever having the album) because he was aware of my enthusiasm for prog/trance at the time. It's a totally epic disc that duly got rinsed all over London and Europe. I've never heard the album but would venture it's worth picking it up just to get your hands on the bonus disc.
Wyameluna
I was given the 10" 'German remixes' of Sacred Cycles by Tim Fielding (I can't remember ever having the album) because he was aware of my enthusiasm for prog/trance at the time. It's a totally epic disc that duly got rinsed all over London and Europe. I've never heard the album but would venture it's worth picking it up just to get your hands on the bonus disc.
Nikok
Musically and artistically amazing album. Lazonby knows how to deliver trance goodies. Definitely one of those albums I never regret buying and I keep listening it over and over again (yes, still these days). Sacred Cycles is a popular classic but I have to say I enjoy "Humble Servant" & "Wave Speech" (over 15 minutes of pure awesomeness!) more. It's sad that it has only 6 tracks but fortunately Peter has understood "quality over quantity" and made this album a great journey trough his art of trance music.
Nikok
Musically and artistically amazing album. Lazonby knows how to deliver trance goodies. Definitely one of those albums I never regret buying and I keep listening it over and over again (yes, still these days). Sacred Cycles is a popular classic but I have to say I enjoy "Humble Servant" & "Wave Speech" (over 15 minutes of pure awesomeness!) more. It's sad that it has only 6 tracks but fortunately Peter has understood "quality over quantity" and made this album a great journey trough his art of trance music.
Gathris
A copy of this was handed to me by the author on a hazy night in New Orleans. PL, wherever you are... thank you.
Gathris
A copy of this was handed to me by the author on a hazy night in New Orleans. PL, wherever you are... thank you.
Kriau
When I first bought this album, the only thing I knew from Lazonby was Sacred Cycles. And it sounded a bit cheap. But, since the copies of this album are also cheap, ive decided to buy it. And It blew me. Amazing techno/trance album. Beautiful melodies, well developed trance rhythms, and weird vocal samples make this a true classic. The album version of Sacred Cycles is so hypnotic, and the mood on these tracks is so delightfully weird. If you like Jam & Spoon, early Sven Vath, early FSOL (hence the opening samples from Papua New Guinea on the first track), mixed up with a bit of X-Dream and melodic Oliver Lieb, you have to take a serious listening on this one.
Kriau
When I first bought this album, the only thing I knew from Lazonby was Sacred Cycles. And it sounded a bit cheap. But, since the copies of this album are also cheap, ive decided to buy it. And It blew me. Amazing techno/trance album. Beautiful melodies, well developed trance rhythms, and weird vocal samples make this a true classic. The album version of Sacred Cycles is so hypnotic, and the mood on these tracks is so delightfully weird. If you like Jam & Spoon, early Sven Vath, early FSOL (hence the opening samples from Papua New Guinea on the first track), mixed up with a bit of X-Dream and melodic Oliver Lieb, you have to take a serious listening on this one.