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A Wooden Box Set 

11 CDS Housed In A Wooden Box With  Design From The Designers Republic.

9 Artists Albums And A 2 Disc Compilation 

** The Future Sound Of London CD Is Exclusive To The BOX, SO NO Digital** Boxes Ship In January



Touched By Silence 

 Albums From 

 The Future Sound Of London 



Mick Chillage 


Anders Ilar

Joel Tammik

Autumn Of Communion 

Eric ‘the’ Taylor

 Artists On The Compilation 


James Bernard

The Orb

David Morley


Higher Intelligence Agency


DF Tram

Karsten Pflum


Mr Ll


Dub Tractor


Richard H Kirk


SI Matthews 

Lorenzo Montana

Gabriel Le Mar Meets Ingo ito

David Bessell

Atom TM

You can hear A Preview Of The Box On Friday The 13th Before release On http://mixlr.com/touched_music/

BUY Friday Night After The Preview Here - https://touched.bandcamp.com/merch 






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45 minutes ago, purlieu said:

The Apertures track that starts the compilation is the debut track by a collaborative project between Brian Dougans and myself. Just a heads up for FSOL fans!

Congrats man! 

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1 hour ago, purlieu said:

The Apertures track that starts the compilation is the debut track by a collaborative project between Brian Dougans and myself. Just a heads up for FSOL fans!

Awesome, congrats!

The box set looks fantastic, so best of luck with it Mr. Touched ?

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Having observed Touched since the beginning I have gotta say you should take a moment to reflect on how far this has come Martin, like and entire exclusive FSOL LP on your label, holy sh*t! Imagine telling your 2013 self that would actually occur! Beautiful looking box!

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Sounds so cool but man I don’t think I could ever sit through those Touched comps unless if I set aside everything else to review for a bit lmaooo. I appreciate the fact it’s for a good cause tho! Perhaps this series is a bit easier in terms of track time

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