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Leftism is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo (now solo project)

Leftfield, originally released in 1995 on Columbia Records. It contained a mixture of
new tracks along with reworked versions of previous Leftfield singles. The album
contains guest spots from musicians not associated with dance music at the time such
as John Lydon from Public Image Ltd. (and formerly of Sex Pistols) and Toni Halliday
from Curve. The album was described as progressive house, although some journalists
found that label too limiting, suggesting the album incorporated many genres.

On its release, the album was well received from the British press with positive reviews
from the NME and Q. The album was nominated for the Mercury Prize in 1995. Critics
have praised the album as one of the major album-length works of dance music, with
Q referring to it as "the first truly complete album experience to be created by house
musicians and the first quintessentially British one".