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  1. Thanks hahathat, that comment right there should be the end of the discussion. You are dead on.
  2. Nice one, let's see if 'E T' sees that image anytime he listens to a track now! 'E T' I know what you mean, but it does seem pointless to make that a rule. I think it is mind over matter. I've experienced what you describe, sometimes with user descriptions or music videos, but after a listen or two I go back to just hearing the music without those outside influences. I rarely see visuals when listening to music, maybe if my eyes are closed... or if I'm hallucinating
  3. i can now spot the appearance of 'philosophy...' above in one of those lovely pics. i have 'words and music' and 'some computer music'. it was once relatively easy to pick up 'words and music' for about $10 on ebay around six or seven years ago. about that time i sold my 'HAB' e.ps, my green UI and my jake slazenger unreleased 12" thingy. i bought 'philosophy' back then, for about $30 new, unused, sealed etc. nice. Anchio Arch io Son Pittore, thanks for the comment on the collection. I've recently seen 'Words and Music' sell for only $2.99 and $3.04 here in the US on ebay, 1 bid on first, 2 on other, both started at $2.99. There are still some good buys on ebay, the auctions were labeled 'Aphex Twin Promo Words and Music CD' Should have held on to your 'Philosophy' CD for a minute :omg: I know you already know that tho...The Philosophy of Sound and Machine REPHLEX Aphex Twin
  4. Saw lots of older posts with your name of 'nacmat' but recently saw posts by 'w M w' with your same pic, thought you might have changed your name, but now it definitely makes more sense.
  5. so, who are you at xlt? Thanks for removing that! Not signed up on That Other Site™, just mostly browse the topics of interest. I found some useful information/links here on this forum which is why I joined. I remeber seeing your picture recently on xlt, you are 'w M w', right? Gonads and Strife! Gonads in the LIGHTNING, in the LIGHTNING, in the RAIN! Flash » Weeeeeeeee! (Gonads & Strife) Flash » DengDeng (Insanity Test) I remember seeing these on the net (Gonads and Strife) and the above link over 7 years ago online, when Tribes was online shooter to be playing, some pals from in-game sent me the links to these. Ahh, memories...
  6. I have the MPEG of the Warp Motion portion with Polygon Window, it's exactly as Joyrex describes it, early CGI video, it shows some sea-shells floating around what I presume to be the inside of a bigger sea-shell? during song it shows the cover of Artificial Intelligence picture of the room (lamp, records, guy in the chair is smoking a joint) Anyways I found the clip in a .torrent file, I have the VHS as well. It's only about a minute and a half of Polygon Window (maybe less) then it goes right into Richard H. Kirk 'Reality Net' :sleeping: It's about 30 mb. Where should I post it? Nice one Caustic! I still have the file if anybody is interested
  7. I suck :confused: LOL. Sorry all, having problems, at lease Adjective made a mix of it, Aphex style. I'll try to lay off that spacebar next time (I think that's what happened) Any way to remove posts?
  8. LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with the idea of the more mellow tracks with some mix in there. patternoverlap I think your list would definitely be the brighter side of RDJ and easiest to listen to. I know one friend of mine loves 'Milkman' and 'Bucephalus Bouncing Ball' some of his most favorite tracks of all but it's hard to get him to pay much attention to anything else, he just always requests those songs. I'll play the harder fast stuff for my friends who are really into Metal/Hardcore stuff, most of them have heard a few more popular tracks by Aphex Twin
  9. LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with t LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with the gentler LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with the gentler beats. LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with the gentler beats LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap, I agree with the gentler beats and
  10. LOL! That's great! I do the exact same thing. I'm always telling people something else, usually Pink Floyd (mainly b/c I do listen to a lot of Floyd) but I know what go through there Caustic. Good idea on the WATMM Teaches: electronic music Introductions! Vol. 1 :laughing: Nice list tbio2007 and Patternoverlap,
  11. I somehow submitted twice? Sorry, how clumsy of me... :embrassed: I'm just trying to get my number of posts up! j/k nacmat, you can remove my accidental post, right? and maybe this one too. You have my permission
  12. Here is some pics so you can give it up already. [] Just messing nacmat. hahaha good one! nice collection btw Thank you I mostly have only purchased items if they are in Excellent to Mint condition, except the White Label vinyls, you can't be too particular with the rarest of the rare. Hopefully when data input pages are up and running we can get some nice scans/pics for the WATMM Discography section, and this site might stand out more than Discogs or That Other Site™... :grin:
  13. I try to reserve certain Aphex tracks when trying to introduce someone to Richard's work. I'll only play RDJ stuff around certain people who I think are more musically open than others. You know more times than not you will get a not so pleasant or non-enthusiastic reaction if you play it to just anyone. When I first started listening to Aphex Twin some of the stuff didn't sit easy with me, weird, but that's what I loved about it, irritably soothing. It always grows on me more and more. Drukqs is a terrific release, some very unique stuff and killer tracks like: Mt Saint Michel mix St Michaels Mount, Meltphace, Afx237 v7 and Ziggomatic v17. I like the 54 Cymru Beats (Agronaut Mix) slightly more than Drukqs Album release. What tracks would anyone here suggest to be good tracks to introduce someone to RDJ? Keep in mind your favorite tracks may not be the most easily accessible tracks to non-listeners of RDJ. I guess it all depends on someone's taste in music as well... I mostly listened to ICBYD and older stuff when I first was into Aphex Twin, then I discovered all the newer stuff much later, and what a real treat that was.
  14. I try to reserve certain Aphex tracks when trying to introduce someone to Richard's work. I'll only play RDJ tracks around certain people who I think are more musically open than others. You know more times than not you will get a not so pleasant or non-enthusiastic reaction if you play it to just anyone. When I first started listening to Aphex Twin some of the stuff didn't sit easy with me, different, but that's what I loved about it, irritably soothing. It always grows on me more and more. What tracks would anyone here suggest to be good tracks to introduce someone to RDJ? Keep in mind your favorite tracks may not be the most easily accessible tracks to non-listeners of RDJ. I guess it all depends on someone's taste in music as well... Drukqs is a remarkable release, Mt Saint Michel mix St Michaels Mount, Taking Control, Ziggomatic I try to reserve certain Aphex tracks when trying to introduce someone to Richard's work. I'll only play RDJ tracks around certain people who I think are more musically open than others. You know more times than not you will get a not so pleasant or non-enthusiastic reaction if you play it to just anyone. When I first started listening to Aphex Twin some of the stuff didn't sit easy with me, different, but that's what I loved about it, irritably soothing. It always grows on me more and more. What tracks would anyone here suggest to be good tracks to introduce someone to RDJ? Keep in mind your favorite tracks may not be the most easily accessible tracks to non-listeners of RDJ. I guess it all depends on someone's taste in music as well... Drukqs is a remarkable release, Mt Saint Michel mix St Michaels Mount, Taking Control, Ziggomatic v17
  15. I agree with you Caustic, very good set. Just in the last couple weeks I figured that out as well and was surprised that the song was a few years older than I had thought b/c of ICBYD ('95). It's neat to find that stuff out, like in the Paradinas (µ-Ziq) interview by Joyrex where he says back in '91 when he met Tom Middleton and listened to some of the tapes from Richard that Tom had lying around and first heard Xtal and Polynomial-C. I know Xtal was on SAW 85-92 but I'm sure Polynomial-C had to have at least been created in 91 or earlier, pretty remarkable, that kind of information just heightens my appreciation for RDJ.
  16. Here is some pics so you can give it up already. The last one is personalized for you nacmat... :shade: I'll take the wager of our bet in non-marked unconsecutive bills please. Just messing nacmat. I've read through most of this forum prior to becoming a member, which is why I wanted to join to throw in my 2 cents here and there.
  17. Oh you think that's real funny ? I said make your wager. Stick your money where mouth is...
  18. I'll post some more pics later of mine, the ones shown before are similiar, mine is this copy here that sold on ebay: DJ Sandpaper set on eBay Oct. 08 2007 I can add some more clear, up close pics later CATS I'll say you are definitely a stand out user on this board! Nice work on all your contributions I'll add some random ebay pics of items I won, I can photograph anything else in detail And to anyone who doubts what I say about what I have... well ::
  19. Ahh, you guys are great. I've been reading the forum for some time, so I feel like already know some of you. ESPECIALLY you CAUSTIC. I would gladly show photos of any or all my goodies. I've spent a lot of time and money into them. I think my collection alone might be a good reason to make me an addition. Like I stated before I can provide photos of anything I have, some of the rarer stuff would especially be nice like the Sandpaper set and stuff since it is so hard to find. Thought you guys might want to know about some rare Aphex vinyls up for grabs on eBay while we are talking about collections and such: Search ebay user id: obs.path for tons of records including the following: Aphex Twin - Primavera Sound JAPAN UNOFFICIAL RELEASE http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...em=180177610387 Aphex Twin - Live At Pukkelpop 02 JAPAN UNOFFICIAL http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=180177609780 Aphex Twin - 1992 Tapes JAPAN UNOFFICIAL RELEASE http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...em=180177609041 ? You sure? Oh yea, I must have made it all up. Let's make a bet about what I do and don't have... go ahead, make your wager
  20. Hello everybody, just signed up to the Forum! What a great topic to have just been started, great way to make my entry... sorry if list is a little difficult to read, tried to include as much info. as possible The following is a list of what I own Richard D. James related (can provide actual photos/scans if anybody is interested as some of these I've not seen on That Other Site™ or Discogs or anywhere else): Vinyls: each '*' is for 1 record: for example, you'll see several ** by the Joyrex's b/c I love to collect the different versions available SH 101 * Universal Indicator Green 3 x Green Vinyl TR 606 ** Universal Indicator Red (The Cyberchildren) / One copy handstamped with 'The Aphex Twin' the other is same red label no stamp TB 303 * Universal Indicator Blue / Incorrectly handstamped with 'The Aphex Twin' from distributor, actually Kosmik Kommando record WAP 33 ** Quoth / One copy is clear vinyl, other is white label test pressing on black vinyl (more rare than clear) CAT 001 ** Bradley Strider / One copy is white label release, other is orginal in transparent Rephlex sleeve XN 4711 LTD * Brad Strider / Xtra Nova single sided release of Bradley's Beat PAC1 * Yellow vinyl promo release of Power-Pill Pac Man TABX 110 * Original release of Power-Pill Pac Man MF 201 * re-release of MIGHTY 001 Analogue Bubblebath RS 92001 ** Original 1992 rlease and 2006 re-release Digeridoo RS 92009 * 2006 re-release Xylem Tube TVT 4810-1 * Analogue Bubblebath Promo copy with Gold stamp stating "For Promotional Use Only" CUT 002 *** Analog Bubblebath 2 / One is White Label press, One is stamped diff. no 'Vol2' or 'Ab. Mix', other is regular copy CAT 004 EP *** Joyrex J4 / Regular Yellow with white 4 sided King pic, One is diff. label white/yellow, other is black label CAT 005 *** Joyrex j5 / One is white and red, One copy is White vinyl ver., other is White Label version CAT 008 * Analogue Bubblebath 3 purchased from Mark Van Hoen (who received from Grant Wilson-Claridge while attempting to recruit in early 90's, also bought a ver. of J4 and J5 from MVH) CAT 00897 * Analogue Bubblebath 3.1 White Label pressing CAT 009 LP * Still sealed 2002 re-release of Caustic Window Compilation CAT 009i * Joyrex J9i Rare 10 inch picture disc in original transparent sleeve with sticker affixed (1/300) CAT 009ii *** Joyrex J9ii / One is from MVH (1st edit.1/100), One is regular 2nd (1/900) with candy, other is 3rd release CAT 019 EP * Analogue Bubblebath 4 White Label test pressing CAT 020 EP * Bradley Strider EP copmlete with Rephlex poster WAP 39 * ON White Label test pressing, diff. ver. of D-Scape WAP 39 + 39R * 2 x vinyl in one gatefold sleeve, very rare WAP 48 *** GAK / One is White Label test press, One is WARP Promo with press sheets, other is regular copy RS 95035 * Clasics RS 95035 X * Aqua Blue 2 x vinyl pressing of Classics WAP LP 7 LTD * Clear 2 x vinyl pressing of Surfing on Sine Waves WAP LP 21 LTD * Brown 3 x vinyl pressing of Selected Ambient Works Vol. II WAP 60 R * White Label with Press release for Ventolin Remixes 0-66143 * Sire Records release of Ventolin still sealed WAP 67 ** Hangable Auto Bulb / One is White Label test pressing, other is regular copy WAP 69 * Hangable Auto Bulb 2 / White Label test pressing WARP LP 30 * I Care Because You Do / White Label 2 x test pressing WARP LP 43 * Richard D. James LP / White Label test pressing w/scan of press sheet WARP LP 43 P * Official Promo for Richard D. James LP WARP LP 92 * Drukqs 4 x vinyl regular release WAP 78 ** Girl/Boy EP / One is White Label press, other is regular copy WAP 195 * 4 track LFO / AFX Mail order from warp 12 FOOD DJ X 44 * DJ Copy only of Jesus Jones Zeroes and Ones Reconstruction 1 and 2 MEN 1 ** both white bg labels, one with white sleeve stickered, other black stickered ANALORD 01 - 09, & 11 & 10 PICTURE 1992 Tapes * White Label recording of 1992 The Orbit show / Morley, Leeds, UK CDs: GAK Power-Pill Digeridoo Polygon Window (Surfing on Sine Waves) orignal and re-release w/extra tracks Quoth original and TVT release w/bonus track Analogue Bubblebath 3 & 4 (original releases) '93 & '94 and re-releases Selected Ambient Works 85-92 Selected Ambient Works II Promo On (single, remixes, us single) Words And Music (Promo only CD) Icct Hedral Promo Ventolin / Ventolin Remixes Donkey Rhubarb Orig. and Promo I Care Because You Do Orig. and Promo Expert Knob Twiddlers Orig. and Promo Girl Boy Promo and Orig. Richard D. James Orig. and Promo Come To Daddy 2 x single Promos Come To Daddy Orig. and Promo Windowlicker Video CD with Original Edit 2 Remixes By AFX MEN 1 CD Drukqs Promo (full CD) Drukqs Sampler Drukqs Cock 10 Promo (2 remixes from Drukqs) Smojphace MEN 2 CD 26 Mixes for Cash 26 Mixes for Cash Radio Promo Chosen Lords Orig. and Promo Aphex Twin Banned MP3 CD SEALED Other Albums featuring Aphex remixes: Seefeel - Pure, Impure CD Gavin Bryars - Raising The Titanic CD PURE 25 * Original copy Seefeel Time To Find Me PULP6 * 2xLP various artist, includes exclusive to this release AFX - Bummy track DGC12-22300 * Beck New Pollution Compilations featuring Richard D. James exclusive material: The Philosophy of Sound and Machine (2 tracks from Richard D. James other aliases) Artificial Intelligence (Dice Man - "Polygon Window") Artificial Intelligence II (Polygon Window - "My Teapot") Taking Liberties (Caustic Window - "Phlaps") Excursions in Ambience - the Third Dimension (Aphex Twin - "Stone In Focus") Trance Europe Express 3 (Caustic Window - "Cunt") Ambient 4: Isolationism (Aphex Twin - "Aphex Airlines") Beck: The New Pollution (Aphex Twin - "Richard's Hairpiece") Rephlexions (AFX - "Mangle") Or Some Computer Music (Aphex Twin - "Perc #6") Video: VHS: Come to Daddy; Directors cut Warp and Sire and Sire White Label tape VHS: Windowlicker Warp- Nannou U.K. DVD: Warpvision DVD: Rubber Johnny PROMO Secret Tracks 2 - "Phlid" exclusive to the 'Secret Tracks 2' Compilation Tape from UK "Select" magazine May 1994 The DJ Sanpaper Set 1/200 promo 2 sheets (fine and course) both hand stamped with RDJ's APHEX symbol Also have more promotional goodies. That's all I have for original releases that's Richard music related.... kind of reminds of Pokemon sadly... "GOTTA CATCH 'EM ALL!" By the way, my collection is probably the reason I have no money What do I mainly need then (when I have more money obviously)? various orig. copys CD's and such and Come To Daddy 2 x vinyl promo and Analord Binder w/10 black vinyl and OF COURSE Melodies From Mars and Analogue Bubblebath 5 (almost had the copy most recently on eBay... sickening, I thought my bid over $1,000 might do it, but apparently not.. actually I bid a little more than that :embrassed: especially when you look at what it's gone for in the past. check www.popsike.com for rare vinyl auctions) I know I know, ridiculous, can't wait to hear how stupid everyone says I am for that one! 'Brivert And Muons.' from Expert Knob Twiddlers... anyone have this track? Can not find it online anywhere! want to hear it! Anyone else have this? LOVE TO HEAR IT
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