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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Foxx began to find inspiration in the underground house and acid music scenes in Detroit and London. With Nation 12 in the early s, Foxx released two inch singles , "Remember" and "Electrofear".
The first was a collaboration with Tim Simenon , best known for his Bomb the Bass project. He also worked with LFO and made the music video for their eponymous debut single. On 24 March , Foxx made a return to the music scene with the simultaneous release of two albums, Shifting City and Cathedral Oceans on Metamatic Records. A limited edition twelve-track CD 1, numbered copies only entitled Subterranean Omnidelic Exotour was available for purchase by ticket holders.
Foxx and Gordon continued to work together, performing live on the Subterranean Omnnidelic Exotour in and and releasing a second album The Pleasures of Electricity , in September Two years later they toured again, to promote the album Crash and Burn , released in September on Foxx's own Metamatic Records. Three collaborative albums with Louis Gordon were released in late Live From a Room As Big as a City , a 'live' studio album from the tour released in association with an interview CD entitled "The Hidden Man" in October; the studio album From Trash in November and a further album from the same sessions a few weeks later during the accompanying mini-tour.
This two-CD package, entitled Sideways , included ten original tracks plus two extended versions of songs on From Trash. The second disc contained an extensive interview with Foxx describing the making of From Trash which was available only at concerts on the tour.
It was released for John Foxx's Metamatic tour, and originally limited to pressings. Foxx has performed and recorded with a variety of artists and musicians since returning to the music scene in the mid-nineties, most notably with Louis Gordon but also with Harold Budd , Jori Hulkkonen , Robin Guthrie formerly of Cocteau Twins , Ruben Garcia and The Belbury Circle.
Hulkkonen played as supporting act to the first John Foxx And The Maths concert at The Roundhouse in and also joined Foxx and the band onstage to perform Underpass. The first volume of Cathedral Oceans was released at the same time as Foxx's comeback collaboration with Louis Gordon and the Shifting City album.
In stark contrast to the latter, Cathedral Oceans is a more ethereal, ambient work combined with Foxx's own artwork of overgrown natural settings superimposed onto faces of statues. This contained his artwork made into a film intended as a "slowly moving, hallucinogenic, digital stained glass window, intended to be projected as big as possible onto architecture and in public places. On the opening night, Foxx performed a piano piece accompanying a reading from his unpublished novel The Quiet Man in front of an audience for the first time.
In Foxx appeared on stage at the Brighton Pavilion with Harold Budd and Bill Nelson as part of a concert to celebrate the work of the retiring pianist, which led to the announcement in October that year that Foxx would be involved in collaborations with Jah Wobble , Robin Guthrie ,  Steve Jansen and Nelson.
In June , Foxx released an instrumental solo album, Tiny Colour Movies , consisting of 15 instrumental tracks inspired by short art films he saw at a private screening. His official website described these as having the "filmic, atmospheric approach" of the Metamatic -era instrumental B-sides "Glimmer", "Film One" and "Mr No".
Edited versions of the movies were shown on a big screen for the first time with Foxx playing a mix of live and recorded accompaniment from the album. New releases. In Mysterious ways John Foxx September 23, Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Sunday 19 July Monday 20 July Tuesday 21 July Wednesday 22 July Thursday 23 July Friday 24 July Saturday 25 July Sunday 26 July Monday 27 July Tuesday 28 July Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Monday 3 August Tuesday 4 August Wednesday 5 August Thursday 6 August Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Monday 10 August Tuesday 11 August Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 AugustJohn Foxx - In Mysterious Ways Album Lyrics; 1. Enter the Angel (alternative version) Lyrics: 2. Shine On (alternative version) Lyrics: 3. In Mysterious Ways Lyrics: 4. Stars on Fire Lyrics: 5. .