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* DesignStudentsOrgasm: Every single one of their record sleeves.


* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Experiment Number Six".

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Experiment Number Six".Six" describes an experiment in RealTime and contains spoken timings which match precisely with the time displayed on your CD player.


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* SelfReferentialTrackPlacement: "Experiment Number Six" is indeed track six on ''Lost Horizons''.


* SweetDreamsFuel


* EasterEgg: If you write down all the places mentioned in "Ramblin' Man", there's a sequence whose initial letters spell out the message "{{Bagpuss}} sees all things". Quite ''why'', is anybody's guess.

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* EasterEgg: If you write down all the places mentioned in "Ramblin' Man", there's a sequence whose initial letters spell out the message "{{Bagpuss}} "Series/{{Bagpuss}} sees all things". Quite ''why'', is anybody's guess.


British electronica duo formed by Fred Deakin and Nick Franglenmainly known for chill-out tunes... and having really neat-o sleeve art, thanks to their other job as graphic designers.

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British electronica duo formed by Fred Deakin and Nick Franglenmainly Franglen. Mainly known for chill-out tunes... and having really neat-o sleeve art, thanks to their other job as graphic designers.

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* SweetDreamsFuel


British electronica duo mainly known for chill-out tunes... and having really neat-o sleeve art, thanks to their other job as graphic designers.

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British electronica duo mainly formed by Fred Deakin and Nick Franglenmainly known for chill-out tunes... and having really neat-o sleeve art, thanks to their other job as graphic designers.

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* BoleroEffect: "The Staunton Lick".


* FadingIntoTheNextTrack: The CD versions of ''Lost Horizons'' and ''69-95''.

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* FadingIntoTheNextTrack: FadingIntoTheNextSong: The CD versions of ''Lost Horizons'' and ''69-95''.


* NewSoundAlbum: ''69-95'' was this, to the extent that they had the sleeve stickers with a warning to that effect.

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* FadingIntoTheNextTrack: The CD versions of ''Lost Horizons'' and ''69-95''.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: "Experiment Number Six".
* NewSoundAlbum: ''69-95'' was this, to the extent that they had the sleeve stickers stickered with a warning to that effect.

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* NewSoundAlbum: ''69-95'' was this, to the extent that they had the sleeve stickers with a warning to that effect.


* EasterEgg: If you write down all the places mentioned in "Ramblin' Man", there's a sequence whose initial letters spell out the messgae "{{Bagpuss}} sees all things". Quite ''why'', is anybody's guess.

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* EasterEgg: If you write down all the places mentioned in "Ramblin' Man", there's a sequence whose initial letters spell out the messgae message "{{Bagpuss}} sees all things". Quite ''why'', is anybody's guess.

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* EasterEgg: If you write down all the places mentioned in "Ramblin' Man", there's a sequence whose initial letters spell out the messgae "{{Bagpuss}} sees all things". Quite ''why'', is anybody's guess.

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British electronica duo mainly known for chill-out tunes... and having really neat-o sleeve art, thanks to their other job as graphic designers.

!Nice weather for tropes!
*OverlyPreparedGag: They really did register a company in the Cayman Islands just so that their website could be lemonjelly.ky.
*RecycledTrailerMusic: Tunes such as "The Staunton Lick", "A Tune For Jack" and "Elements" were widely used as television background music.
*UnpluggedVersion: There's a lovely acoustic version of "Nice Weather For Ducks".

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