Introspective at 30


Such an innovative, fresh sounding record – six 12" versions of orchestrated pop, Latino vibes and euphoric dance music.

The classic cover of Sterling Void’s ‘It’s alright’, plus a Frankie Knuckles produced track in 1988, shows just how pioneering ‘Introspective’ was.

And then there’s the beautiful Trevor Horn production on ‘Left to my own devices’. Still sounds fresh today.


Can’t believe it’s 30. I remember being so excited for its release. An excellent record, was listening to it just the other week actually, left to my own devices is a fucking great track. :+1:


It is always in my house-ouse-ouse-ouse-ouse


Another article on ‘Introspective’ from The Quietus.