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Lamb - Fear Of Fours FLAC Performer: Lamb
Album: Fear Of Fours
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: Downtempo, Trip Hop, Drum n Bass
Label: Mercury, Fontana
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: 314 558 821-2
Size FLAC: 1855 mb.
Size MP3: 1688 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 877
Record Source: CD, Album


2All In Your Hands
Horns – David ClackSaxophone – Ben ParkTrombone, Saxophone – Alice Kinloch
3Less Than Two1:19
Violin – Graham Clarke
7Little Things3:18
Percussion – Crispin "Spry" Robinson
9B Line
Guitar – Jimi Goodwin
10Ear Parcel7:54
13Soft Mistake3:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
baacd2, 558 821-2Lamb Fear Of Fours ‎(CD, Album)Fontana, Fontanabaacd2, 558 821-2Europe1999
noneLamb Fear Of Fours ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Moon Records noneUkraine1999
546 228-2Lamb Fear Of Fours ‎(CD, Album)Fontana546 228-2Australia1999
314 558 821-2Lamb Fear Of Fours ‎(CD, Album)Fontana314 558 821-2Canada1999
MEAD 1021Lamb Fear Of Fours ‎(CD, Album, Promo)MercuryMEAD 1021US1999


  • CelloCathy Rimer, Katheryn Locke, Kanera Dawkins
  • Double BassAlan Gibson , Jon Thorne
  • DrumsMikey Wilson
  • ProducerLamb
  • TrumpetKevin Davy
  • ViolaHelen Kamminga, John Rayson, Neil Catchpole
  • ViolinAlison Dods (tracks: 5, 7, 14), Ann Wood (tracks: 5, 7, 14), Matthew Ward (tracks: 5, 7, 14), Neil Catchpole (tracks: 5, 7, 14), Niroshini Thambar (tracks: 5, 7, 14)


UML pressing
4-page booklet with photos, artwork and credits. Standard CD jewel case with clear tray.


  • Barcode: 7 31455 88212 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 314 558 8212 [email protected] D
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L006
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0384
  • Other (Printed in center hub): MADE IN USA BY UML


  • Pressed By – UML


Fear Of Fours - Lamb. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Fear of Fours is the second studio album by British electronic music duo Lamb, released on 17 May 1999. All tracks are written by Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes, except where noted. On the CD release of the album, an alternate version of Lullaby is hidden in the pregap, which can be found by rewinding the CD back before the first track. The Australian version has extra remixes of the album's tracks. Songs in album Lamb - Fear Of Fours 1999. Lamb - Soft Mistake. Lamb - Little Things. Lamb - B Line. Lamb - Untitled. Lamb - All In Your Hands. Listen free to Lamb Fear Of Fours Soft Mistake, Little Things and more. 14 tracks 53:11. Fear of Fours. Rock 1999. Не сейчас. Lamb - Here Fear of Fours. While their debut was practically a revolution in the development of a satisfactory fusion of singersongwriter vocals and drum'n'bass, Lamb's second album sets the bar much higher. As on the band's debut, Andy Barlow proves he's one of the most capable and inventive producers in the electronic community. Lamb's second album, FEAR OF FOURS, shows them more focused, with a tighter grip on song structure. The rhythms, again, are breathtaking. The title, FEAR OF FOURS, comes from their aversion of the all-too-common 44 time signature found in most music today. So they craft tracks around less commonly used signatures, like the crazed 68 double bass jazz of B Line. They don't abandon it altogether, however All In Your Hands slithers with sinewy strength. Again, their range is noteworthy: right after the sultry Bonfire comes the frenetic and multi-fac. It was a moderate success, reaching UK 37, the bands only UK Top 40 album entry to date. The fourth track is not included on the albums track listing. It is a single struck chord which effectively ends the song B Line preceding it. On the CD release of the album, an alternate version of Lullaby is hidden in the pregap, which can be found by rewinding the CD back before the first track. Fear of Fours Q&A. More Lamb UK albums. The Secret of Letting Go. Backspace Unwind. Show all albums by Lamb UK. On Fear of Fours his left of centre beats flit between moods, tempos and genres occasionally in the same song as they attempt to frame Rhodes' brittle vocals. Standout tracks like Little Things swap time signatures like batons in a relay, each new wave driving the music forward. While heavyweight single B Line feels like the soundtrack to some vaudevillian Jekyll & Hyde musical, but in a good way. Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes continue to chart new territory as Lamb, having just finished touring their 2014 album, Backspace Unwind. Lullaby Ambient Version. This was a hidden track at the beginning of this CD