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Lifeform EP
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KT-19941 ‎– Lifeform EP. Label: Puzzlebox Records ‎– PBX3-97. Format: Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM. Country: US.

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Lifeform EP. ~ Release group by KT-19941. Lifeform EP. 12" Vinyl. US. Puzzlebox Records.

KT-19941 has been played on NTS in shows including Circuits w/ Olly Chubb, featured first on 10 November 2015. Songs played include The Aura (Mix 1). Keith Tucker AKA KT-19941 began his career playing cover versions of Juan Atkins’ Electro hits from the 1980s with his childhood friend Tommy Hamilton. KT-19941 has been played on NTS in shows including Circuits w/ Olly Chubb, featured first on 10 November 2015.

Lifeforms is the second studio album by British electronica group The Future Sound of London. The album was released on 23 May 1994 by Virgin Records and later by Astralwerks. With time, it has become their best-known album and is considered to be an important and influential classic of avant-garde electronic music

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Hostile Lifeform is sort of like if James Cameron’s ‘Aliens’ was turned into a song. It’s the sound of a bunch of futuristic techno soldiers hopelessly gunning down acid-blooded monsters on an isolated planet in the furthest reaches of space. That is to say, it’s fucking excellent. Arpanet is yet another Gerald Donald alias. His 2002 album Wireless Internet was one of the undisputed electro highlights that year. Released on Record Makers, the label from the French duo AIR, Wireless Internet is filled to the brim with Donald’s signature spiraling arp melodies and stark machine funk. Illuminated Displays is arguably the album’s stand-out dance floor track. 24. KT-19941 – Face Your Fate (Puzzlebox Records 1997). KT-19941 is another Keith Tucker alter ego. Face Your Fate is a slice of classic Detroit electro futurism.


A1 Area 51 5:45
A2 Area 51 (Desert Free Beats) 5:42
A3 Phenomenon 1:45
AA1 Face Your Fate 5:42
AA2 Face Your Fate (Inst.) 5:42
AA3 Face (Acapella) 5:38

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Puzzlebox Records
  • Copyright (c) – Puzzlebox Records
  • Published By – Technosis
  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation


  • Producer, Programmed By – Keith Tucker


Dedicated to the life and spirit of Gerrold Sims
Now I understand............

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): PBX-97A (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): PBX-97AA (NSC)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321546811 Optic Nerve Face Your Fate ‎(12", EP) Omnisonus 74321546811 France 1997
PBX-3 K1* Life Form ‎(12", EP, RP) Puzzlebox Records PBX-3 US Unknown
PBX-97 KT-19941 Lifeform EP ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl) Puzzlebox Records PBX-97 US 1997
PBX 003 K-1* Life Form EP ‎(6xFile, ALAC, EP, RE) Puzzlebox Records PBX 003 US Unknown
PBX-3 KT-19941 Lifeform EP ‎(12", EP, RP) Puzzlebox Records PBX-3 US Unknown

  • 6 tracks (3 titles) of very special Detroit electro. "Face your Fate" is a futuristic monotone agenda for all electro warriors over a timeless production. Second only to UR's "Electronic Warfare". "Area 51" (not a very original title there matey) also has all the classic beats, bass, snares and strings, melded together perfectly for a rolling groove and a pure Detroit atmosphere. A second version adjusts the mix and the bassline, and adds a vocal, while "Phenomenon" is a slightly less strong take on the same theme.