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LFO was a British electronic music act on the Warp Records label. LFO were pioneers of the bass-heavy techno, IDM, and acid house music of the late 1980s to mid-1990s. Originally, the group was composed of Gez Varley and Mark Bell. After Varley left in 1996, LFO was Bell alone. Bell passed away in October 2014.

The group's name is derived from the abbreviation for the term low-frequency oscillator, a synthesizer function widely used in electronic music.

Discography

Singles

  • LFO (1990) #12 UK - July 1990
  • We Are Back (1991) #47 UK - July 1991
  • What Is House? EP (1992) #62 UK - January 1992
  • Tied Up (1994) #99 UK - December 1994
  • Freak (2003) #79 UK - September 2003

Albums




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