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The Other People Place – Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe

Genre: Electronic
Style: Electro, Downtempo
Year: 2001


[00:00] Eye Contact
[05:30] It’s Your Love
[13:01] Moonlight Rendezvous
[20:08] You Said You Want Me
[24:31] Let Me Be Me
[32:17] Running From Love
[38:07] Lifestyles Of The Casual
[43:37] Sunrays

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Demetri Class says:

25:30 Thanks Bogdan Raczynski!

Monster Energy Music Academy says:

probably the best thing warp ever put out
and we're talkin about frickin warp

Lucas Fowler says:

I thought this album was sort of boring when I first heard it, but now I realize over much time how amazing this record is, I can't stop listening to it.

Ryan Platt says:

The first track seriously has blown my mind. Detroit's scene was so covert – nobody else knew much about it – unless you were there.

Adrian Harley says:


craig “Electroslut” white says:

Top Album timeless classic, from the Drexciya stable

David Bradshaw says:

one of the best albums ever

Going Good Records says:


BandWagon1987 says:

I cried and I marvelled at the same time

wnkrs says:

to me, the best most honest beautiful transcendent album of all time. so pure.

Silas Hallahan says:

so much high end

Geraunimo Jérôme says:


Rod GS says:

Beautifully crafted sounds.

Tim Berghuis says:

Stinson playing mastermind is definitely a gift.

da mo says:

timeless classic.

ue .re says:

brilliant album, let me be me harmony takes you on a journey

Nina Kardec says:

thank you !

gabbafm says:

Possibly the best electro album of all time.

Steve Reynolds says:

The other people place? Bit separatist. Such a slogan on a club sign would make me think 'wankers' tunes be good though

Suni PJ says:

oh yeah! transmission overload :D

Warris says:

Good stuff!

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