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Music Has The Right To Children (2LP)
mpn: WARPLP55R, ean: 0801061805517,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews
2013 REISSUE : 2LP set, on 140-gram vinyl. Debut 1998 album from the mysterious Scottish duo ... a folktronica benchmark! (Condition: NM/NM)
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
mpn: AMBLP3902, ean: 5055274703046,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 56 reviews
2013 reissue. Import vinyl LP. Irish DJ Richard James (a.k.a. Aphex Twin) got into the techno sound at it's very dawn. He soon became a master of the ''ambient'' techno sound, later inspiring many other artists. Many critics consider his double album ''Selected Ambient Works 85-92'' as his most seminal recording. More than just a thumping raver groove, intricate melodies woven into and around the beats keep the music anything but dull. Some of it's most noted cuts are ''Tha,'' ''Heliosphan,'' ''
Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld
mpn: WA-11658634, ean: 0602498400227,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews
Digitally remastered three CD reissue of this influential 1991 techno album. Features the original album on the first two CDs, while Disc Three contains numerous bonus tracks including two versions of 'The Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain...' (John Peel Radio Session and Jim Cauty & Dr. Alex Paterson's Aubrey Mix Mk. II) plus remixes of classic tracks like 'Perpetual Dawn', 'Little Fluffy Clouds', Back Side of the Moon', 'Outland' and 'Spanish Castles'. Universal. 2006.
mpn: WARPLP70R, ean: 0801061807016,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
Limited vinyl LP pressing of this 1995 EP from the Scottish Electronic duo. Eight tracks.Boards Of Canada- Twoism- DSG.
Richard D. James Album
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mpn: WARP 43, ean: 0801061004316,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews
1 x Vinyl LP, AlbumUK 1996A143:30A2Cornish Acid2:15A3Peek 8245452012:59A4Fingerbib3:43A5Carn Marth2:28B1To Cure A Weakling Child3:54B2Goon Gumpas1:55B3Yellow Calx2:56B4Girl/Boy Song4:44B5Logan-Rock Witch3:28Aphex Twin- Richard D James Album.
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mpn: 0801061810115, ean: 0801061810115,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
Yes! It's happening! The most frequently-asked question by fans of Warp Records (besides, ''When is the next Aphex Twin record'') is ''When are you reissuing the Boards of Canada catalog on vinyl?''.....well - we're very happy to announce, that for the first time since the original releases, Warp is reissuing three of the most seminal LPs from our catalog, and widely considered some of the most important releases in electronic music history. Each reissue has been painstakingly produced with the
GIVE UP [Vinyl]
mpn: 70595, ean: 0098787059519,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews
It's been nearly two years since the monumentally successful ''Give Up'' CD came out. Since then, it's scanned over 350,000 and is currently enjoying sales that are consistently better than any other period during its release. Now comes the vinyl edition, containing a bonus six track EP with the b-sides of both commercially available Postal Service CD singles. Also includes covers by The Shins and Iron & Wine as well as the remixes from ''The District Sleeps Alone Tonight'' single.The Postal Ser
mpn: LCD64, ean: 0881824141229,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews
The Godfather of space age pop meets the undisputed champ of left field Moog beats to create one of the most unusual records of the year so far. An eclectic but accessible mixture of electronica, dnb, disco, hip hop and beyond.
mpn: 697-124 129-2, ean: 0769712412920,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Orbital ~ In-Sides The Hartnoll brothers remain the great hope of ambient techno--sleeker, smarter, and way more dynamic than the rest. The duo's third full-length disc is a sonically splendid variant Snivilisation (1994). --Jeff BatemanOrbital- In Sides.
4.9 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
On October 13, 1995, a relatively obscure techno act by the name of Autechre appeared on John Peel's famous radio show. And why are we finally seeing the release of the resultant Peel Session in 1999? It seems the British duo's stateside fan base has been growing at a meteoric pace since indie labels Matador and Nothing snared the American distribution rights from their native label Warp. This three-song gem exhibits the experimental, electro-informed sound Autechre helped to define. Their style
Analog Worms Attack
4.9 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews
Part dance album and part free-form experiment, When Analog Worms Attack is one of the more curious pieces of woofer-taxing techno to be heard. French artist-musician Quentin Dupieux, a.k.a. Mr. Oizo, proves emphatically that there's plenty of life left in deliciously free, bedroom-crafted expressions. Dupieux calls his sound ''dirty house'': subsonics are a rumbling ever-present, while the tunes themselves are like Paris on a rainy spring afternoon, lurking with crafty shadows and moments of
Auntie Aubrey's Excursions Beyond the Call of Duty, vol. 2
4.4 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
Continuing where part 1 left off, part 2 of 'Auntie Aubrey's Excursions Beyond The Call Of Duty'displays even more of Dr. Alex Patterson's remixing talents in all of his ambient glory. Features tracks by Pato Banton, System 7, Meat Beat Manifesto, Lisa St Like a stash of old Irish potato whiskey, Alex Patterson (the Orb) gets tastier, stronger, and more covertly mischievous as he gets older. The first Aubrey remix set was, in retrospect, a test drive. This second double-disc is the full-throttle
4.1 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews
One of the more approachable groups to emerge from Brooklyn's illbient scene, We manage the neat trick of standing outside the many subgenres they draw from while having a deep insider's knowledge of each of them. On their third album, Decentertainment, We's three kings, Lloop, Olive, and Once11, move at a deliberate pace--trip-hop and dub tempos are the order of the day, with the jungle beats filling in the spaces every now and then. But it's an event-filled album, shifting texture, mood, and r