First pressing of 750 numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl
Ninety is the second full-length album and first on ZTT Records by British electronic music group 808 State, released in 1989 and featuring the UK Top 40 single "Pacific State" which reached #10 in November 1989.
808 State's debut album release on ZTT Records wasn't the first major U.K. house/techno release, but arguably, it was the most important at the time, gaining a reputation over the years as a true classic in the field of electronic music. It helped to fully lay the groundwork for the '90s electronic revolution that continues to play out in the U.K.
Slant Magazine listed the album at #54 on its list of the "Best Albums of the 1980s" saying "A thrilling expansion of the possibilities for acid house and arguably the best LP ever produced in the style".
"Puts the Mancs right up there with their forebears such as Kraftwerk. State of the art and one of the blueprints for the '90's." NME, 10/10