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I've felt that, often times, the most climactic, dramatic moments on the Autechre albums are the penultimate (second-to-last) tracks. I actually didn't listen to "Teartear" for a while because "Nil" just sounded like a proper ending to Amber (though I do feel "Teartear" is a very good ending now that I've listened to it a lot). I don't think all albums they've done have penultimate tracks that feel like penultimate tracks, but Autechre do execute such a technique in most of them I feel. My vote: "recks on" Second half is really tense and unsettling, and when the vocoded(?) voice comes in, it sounds like the album summoned an animatronic lifeform out of its electronic madness.