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FSUK Records is a subsidiary of Ministry of Sound.
Standing for "The Future Sound Of The United Kingdom", FSUK was the Big Beat offshoot of Ministry Of Sound set up to cover the Big Beat sound and spawned a series of compilations mixed by various DJs. The project was fairly short-lived releasing only four compilation albums from 1997-1999.
FSUK CD3 is a two-disc compilation released in 1998 which consisted of Big Beat artists of the mid-1990s. It was mixed by Bentley Rhythm Ace and mastered by Gus Shaw at Masterpiece Mastering, London. The album art was by Joel Lardner at Creative Union.
- 1997 - The Future Sound of the United Kingdom a.k.a. FSUK (Mixed by Derek Dahlarge)
- 1998 - The Future Sound of the United Kingdom Two a.k.a. FSUK2 (Mixed by the Freestylers)
- 1998 - The Future Sound of the United Kingdom Three a.k.a. FSUK3 (Mixed by Bentley Rhythm Ace)
- 1999 - The Future Sound of the United Kingdom Four a.k.a. FSUK4 (Mixed by Cut La Roc)
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