This is the second installment of the early 90's computer/console game music craze in the UK. This week we have another track that was released in order to promote the upcoming release of a game.
The producers of this track, Ian Richardson & Nick Coler were also involved with the KLF/Timelords/2K (1988-1997) as well as being responsible for producing Space's first album 'Spiders' (1996) Unfortunatly for them this track scraped the lower end of the UK charts yet sill managed to hang about for a few weeks. It was released to advertise the upcoming release of 'Lemmings 2: The Tribes' but unlike the game the track never received much press of it's own barely getting any air-time at all probably due to the radio stations like the general public losing interest in the game music remixing fad by this point.
Label: Parlophone, Synthetic
Part Code: CDR 6343, TCR 6343, 12R 6343, 7R 6343
UPC: 724388058926 (CD), 724388058940 (Cass)
Style: Leftfield, Synth-pop
Lemmings (7" Mix) (CD, Cass & 7")
Lemmings (Bebop Extended Mix) (CD, & 12")
Lemmings (The Hamster Jam Mix) (CD, & 12")
I Think You'd Better Do What He Says (CD, Cass, 12" & 7")
Trivia: The track 'I Think You'd Better Do What He Says' actually tells the listener how to complete one of the levels in 'Lemmings 2: The Tribes'
The Hamster Jam Mix of 'Lemmings' was by 'The Space Invaders' two game references for the price of one right there.
Written & Preformed by: Ian Richardson, Nick Coler, Hubert Humphrey & Bryan Johnston
Thanks To: Miles, Christian, John, Dave & Richard (Synthetic), Tris (Parlophone), Phil Morris (Psygnosis), Maggie, Sue & Mark (DMA)
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