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The Cinematic Orchestra - Past, Present & Future



The Cinematic Orchestra promo
The Cinematic Orchestra - Past, Present & Future - Licensing Sampler
(promoCD) Ninja Tune NLSCD012, 2007-07

CD Tracklisting:
PAST:
01. All That You Give feat. Fontella Bass
02. Channel 1 Suite
03. Burnout
04. All Things To All Men feat. Roots Manuva
05. Man Whit The Movie Camera
06. Ode To The Big Sea
PRESENT:
07. To Build A Home
08. Breathe
09. Into You
10. Time & Space
11. That Home
12. Familiar Ground
13. Time & Space (Vocal Edit)
FUTURE:
14. Borrowed Time
15. Found
16. In The Beginning
17. Brother
18. Lullaby
CD Artwork:
Djouls

Djouls

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funkster funkster ·  18 September 2007, 13:38

How can I get a copy of this? - or is it just for promo purposes?

Ninja Freaks Ninja Freaks ·  01 October 2007, 05:17

Yep, promo purposes only

Ninja Freaks Ninja Freaks ·  10 October 2007, 17:24

This item is for the hardcore collectors only. Exclusivly for radio station promotions and artist use etc...Amon Tobin, Mr Scruff, Hextatic and another Cinematic Orchestra have their 'Licensing Sampler' for same purpose. They was never intended for sale but in some occations they slips thru and get sold at eBay and other shops. I think the earliest one was Coldcut - Let Us Play Live Sample & Backing Tracks, and it was only on vinyl.
ZaM


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