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Fingers Inc. - Another Side mp3 album
Performer: Fingers Inc.
Title: Another Side
Released: 1988
Country: UK
Style: House
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 945
MP3 size: 1191 mb
FLAC size: 1179 mb

Another Side might sound unfamiliar to modern EDM listeners, who might wonder where the incessant wallop and insipid vocals signifying "deep house" in 2016 went. The album opens with the shimmering keys and by-turns gritty and gentle soul vocals of Owens on "Decision," Heard’s programmed drums swinging around but never quite settling into a four-four

Fingers Inc. ‎– Another Side. Label: Jack Trax ‎– FING 1. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: UK. Released: Feb 1988. Concept By – Damon D'Cruz. Engineer – Mike Konopka, Tommy White. Keyboards, Programmed By, Backing Vocals, Mixed By, Producer, Photography – Larry Heard. Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Artwork By – Ron Wilson. Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Recorded By – Robert Owens. Liner Notes – Simon Witter. Mixed By – Mike Konopka.

Fingers Inc - Another Side 01 - Decision. mp3 02 - Bye By. p3 03 - Never No More Lonely. mp3 05 - Another Side. Fingers Inc. - Another Side (C FING 1) - 1988, MP3 (tracks), 224 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Fingers Inc - Another Side.

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Another Side is the debut album of Chicago-based house music group Fingers In. released in February 1988 on Jack Trax. It is the group's only full-length album release, as well as the first full-length house music album. The album was reissued in 2014 by P-Vine Records and in 2015 by Alleviated Records.

Tracklist 1. Decision (04:47) 2. Bye Bye (05:33) 3. Never No More Lonely (05:30) 4. Shadows (04:27) 5. Another Side (05:48) 6. So Glad (06:18) 7. I'm Strong (05:20) 8. A Love Of My Own (05:50) 9. Distant Planet (05:20) 10. Feelin' Sleazy (05:08) 11. Music Take Me Up (06:34) 12. Mystery Friend (05:06).


Decision 4:46
Bye Bye 5:35
Never No More Lonely 5:29
Shadows 4:28
Another Side 5:49
So Glad 6:18
I'm Strong 5:21
A Love Of My Own 6:00
Distant Planet 5:20
Feelin' Sleazy 5:07
Music Take Me Up 6:39
Mystery Friend 5:07
Mysteries Of Love 6:28
A Path 5:39
Bring Down The Walls 5:36
Can You Feel It 5:45


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(2xLP, Album) Jack Trax FING 1 UK 1988
CFING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(2xCass, Album) Jack Trax CFING 1 UK 1988
FING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(2xLP, Album) Jack Trax FING 1 UK 1988
CD FING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(CD, Album) Jack Trax CD FING 1 UK 1988
VSCD-1201 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(CD, Album) Jack Trax VSCD-1201 Japan 1988
FING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Jack Trax FING 1 UK 2002
CD FING 1 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Jack Trax CD FING 1 UK 2010
PCD-24339/40 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(2xCD, Album, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-24339/40 Japan 2014
ML-9001 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(3xLP, Album, RE, RM) Alleviated Records ML-9001 Europe 2015
ML-9001 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(3xLP, Album, RE, W/Lbl, Sta) Alleviated Records ML-9001 Netherlands 2015
ML-9001CD Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Alleviated Records ML-9001CD Netherlands 2015
ML-9001 Fingers Inc. Another Side ‎(12xFile, WAV, Album, RM) Alleviated Records ML-9001 US 2017

does anyone know why this (the digital re-release) only has 12 songs?
Trash Obsession
Fantastic pressing, great sleeve. Everything about this package is perfect, especially the music!
This Alleviated issued album sounds better than the UK Jack Trax version; It is basically three 12-inch maxi singles (Jack Trax version is 2 LPs instead), and it sounds loud and clear. Plus, the jacket is nice and beautiful. Highly recommended.
The original Jack Trax version LP is great, but it is not really suitable for club play, just because it is not loud as maxi single.
This reissue is really really great. But.. the Jack Trax version sounds very good also. Especially for a record with four tracks on each side. Anyway: the classic of classics. Best house album of all times together with DJ Sprinkles’ Midtown 120 Blues imho :) xx
Love Larry's production...The vocals however, bring it down a notch. I would love to have an instrumental version of this album.
Can anybody who's bought this advise whether the cut is loud enough to play out?Thanks
Yes, the 3 x LP version is great for DJs.
Mine sounds really great - deep, clean and plenty loud. I've played a few tracks out already.
It's 4 tracks less than the old release, last 4 (some of the best here) are missing :(
Anyone know if there is a plan to release a decent Fingers inc/Larry Heard compilation especially all the tracks off Alleviated? Much needed and wanted!!
'I'm Strong' has just been re-released and remastered here: other tracks do you hope to be released? I'm sure a compilation will show up at some point!
Does anybody know why this release lacks the four tracks from the vinyl pressing of this remaster?
Here you go, Fingers Inc. - Another Sidea a a a a a a
The album + 4 tracks runs at almost 90 mins, pretty much needing 2xCD instead of one.
I do own the two disc P-Vine reissue, but I wish that the remaster was at least released as a download with the last four tracks.
I can't give you an explanation to your question but you can buy the Japanese double cd reissue (on P-Vine), the four tracks are on cd2 ;)
CD length? Time available? w w w w w w.
Timeless classic. My original is well worn! So just had to get this. Excellent pressing on stiff vinyl.
Oh man I'm so glad I bought this! Sleeve is pretty amazing
The highlights on this "mighty" compilation/album are these four deep house tracks: "Distant Planet", "Mystery of Love", "A Path" and "Can you feel it". Worth the purchase just for them, probably.
i take it all back - demanding reissues to sound exactly like 30 year old originals is just... not perfectly reasonable, the essential tracks sound good, the discs will survive hundreads of passes, so nothing but a huge "thank you" for the reissue.
stand out track is Never no more lonely by far.
...and don't forget "Bring Down The Walls" to complete the list of course.
don't sleep on this. classic... beautiful record, pristine sound
Pretty much a miracle, this compilation / album having been reissued. Sounds really nice.
Damn I got the original but this one looks beautiful.. I would buy it just for the cover !
is this available yet?
yes out now
Nope. Official release delayed until December as i suppose.
If any house album (that rare thing), or music release of any kind, deserves the title "classic", this does. House music, no dressing, just straight to your heart and soul. I can celebrate to this record, I can dance to this record, I can mourn to this record. For me, listening to this record label to label is, basically, a religious experience. What these young geniuses did in their 20s so long ago still astounds almost 30 years later. The beauty of it is the unshakable feeling of artistic integrity, a lack of pretense, of marketing, of any other core intention than to make great music. Obviously they wouldn't have balked at superstardom. But like all artists, the real purpose for these guys here seemed, in my opinion, really to make some personal expression that could serve as a medium to inspire and connect with others. This album is a work of FINE ART that deserves to be treasured for centuries to come.
Mad rare Japan compact disc edition of this classic album with the OBI strip. You seldom see these. SERIOUS COLLECTORS.... THIS IS THE ONE!!
Why do people give a fuck about obi strips? Do they make the music sound any better? What a load of balls.
"On a distant planet in the jacking zone Finger Inc.have been displaying another side of House music sincebefore anyone knew there was one. Far and free from the defects that have conspired (in vain) to weaken house music's exploding popularity - musical thieving, unimaginative productions, hokey singings and dirty deals - Fingers Inc. have filtered their dreams and experiences through a bittersweet blend of hypnotic electronics and oozingly emotional singing to become one of the scene's most popular and respected acts. The Fingers story began in late 1983, when touring R'n'B/Jazz drummer Larry Heard was coaxed by family and friends into vinylisinga tune he'd been fooling around with called 'Mysteries Of Love'. Larry known to his younger brother as 'loose fingers', due to his keyboard playing style - felt that the song demanded a singer, and local DJ Robert Owens was the man. So Mr. Fingers became Fingers Inc. and, in April '86, 'Mysteries Of Love' was released on the DJ International label. What followed was to become, for Chicago, a depressingly typical tale. 30.000 people bought the 'Mysteries...' 12", putting it at Nr. 10 in Billbord's national sales chart, but the initial advance from DJI was all the money the group was to receive. To get out of their contract, Fingers had to give DJI another record, so they recorded 'A Path', an introspective career analysis detailing their bad experiences with DJI (echoes of Marvin Gaye's 'Here, My Dear'). In reality their options were limited, and so their career beat a path to the door of Trax Records where, after releasing 'Bringing Down The Walls' and the 'Can You Feel It' EP, they suffered a similar treatment, and decided to stop stop recording for any Chicago labels. 'I don't know the music business anywhere else', says Larry, 'but the small labels in Chicago are not very honest. At least we got somethig off every record. Some people got nothing, or had their songs stolen.' In the second half of '87, they released 'I'm Strong' and 'A Love Of My Own'on their own Alleviated label, content - after their previous experiences - to be less visible but more independent. Independence has always characterised Finger Inc., not least at all in the subject matter department. 'Jack means nothing to me', claimed Larry at the height of Chicago's jackmania, 'Our songs are about experiences and beliefs. 'A Path' is almost religious.' Roberts lyrics span everything from love wars to Ethiopia and, on songs like 'Feelin Sleezy', reflect their heavily sexual/druggey ambience of Larry's music. 'Feeling Sleezy', explains Robert, 'IS sexually motivated. It's about the all-American feeling of beeing at home, bored, on your own, and wanting someone, going out to find them. Fingers Inc. is about looking at your life, the battle to fit into the circuit of life.' This lyrical idiosyncrasy - coupled with with sophisticated rhythms and subtle productions - has meant that Fingers Inc. have, despite their popularity, never been the victims of blatant musical piracy. But the influence of their style has been enormous. From 'Mysteries Of Love' to their latest single 'Distant Planet' - a collaboration with Dennis 'The It' Harris and Frankie Knuckles - they've pioneered the spaced-out, moody acid tracks House style, and singles like 'Can You Feel It' have profoundly influenced the now-in-vogue atmospheric Detroit sound (Rythim Is Rhythim has often assuemed to be a Fingers pseudonym). 'Another Side' is Fingers Inc. complete work up to date, the definitive document, featuring all the DJI, Trax and Alleviated singles, 'Distant Planet' and another nine previously unreleased tracks, many featuring new group member Ron Wilson (on vocals). It's the consumate debut LP of a Chicago group who any House insider will tell you, possess talent and integrity in unusual abundance. Don't take it from me. Just put the needle on the record!" Simon Witter, NME (this story was taken from the left side inside the gatefold sleeve cover of this compilation) Respect.
This needs re-writing without the mistakes. Terrible effort, if you're gonna quote then quote accurately.
Shame you didn't quote it properly. Who the hell is 'Dennis Harris' ???
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