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HIFI SEAN Ft LP Vinyl NEW Crystal Waters Norman Blake Yoko Ono

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Cat no. FAKE114


1 Testify

by Hifi Sean featuring Crystal Waters

2 18th

by Hifi Sean featuring Norman Blake

3 In Love With Life

by Hifi Sean featuring Yoko Ono

4 Atomium

by Hifi Sean featuring Bootsy Collins

5 Like Josephine Baker

by Hifi Sean featuring David McAlmont

6 Lost Without You

by Hifi Sean featuring Paris Grey

7 Ultratheque

by Hifi Sean featuring Dave Ball

8 Truck

by Hifi Sean featuring Fred Schneider

9 Monday Morning Sunshine

by Hifi Sean featuring Jean Honeymoon

10 You're Just Another Song

by Hifi Sean featuring Little Annie

11 Heavy Game

by Hifi Sean featuring Billie Ray Martin

12 Heartbreak House

by Hifi Sean featuring Maggie K De Monde

13 A Kiss Before Dying

by Hifi Sean featuring Alan Vega


‘FT’, which Sean describes as ‘electronic, psychedelic soul’, sees him collaborate with an extraordinarily diverse range of artists, spanning some of the most significant underground musical icons of the past 40 years. This stellar collection of artists includes:- Yoko Ono, avant garde musician, conceptual artist and one of the most controversial female artists of all time; Bootsy Collins, widely regarded as one of the finest Funk/R’n’B bass players in the world; Dave Ball, co-founder of Soft Cell, notorious UK synth pioneers with the uniquely sleazy electric soul sound; Fred Schneider from the manic, bizarre and highly innovative US new-wave group B-52’s and Alan Vega, vocalist of the essential and groundbreaking New York duo Suicide. A full list of collaborating artists is below. Hifi Sean is the songwriter, DJ and producer Sean Dickson. He is most famously known as front man of the Scottish band The Soup Dragons, responsible for a series of huge hit singles; ‘I’m Free’, ‘Divine Thing’, and ‘Mother Universe’. Dickson was also the main creative force behind the follow-up project The High Fidelity, a much more artful and intimate project, critically acclaimed for the releases ‘Demonstration’ and ‘The Omnichord Album’ . Those albums included two very rare musical collaborations between Dickson and legendary Radio DJ John Peel and also the late Mickey Finn (one half of 70’s musical giants T-Rex). In some ways, this was the germination of an idea that would provide the conceptual foundation behind ‘FT’.