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[*]Does anyone actually own this release? The one called 100% that consists of mailbox recordings.

 

Many years back I did actually own the 100% cd and it's just as strange as it sounds. Just a bunch of dating service entries. Ended up giving it to a buddy to use in his DJ sets.

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Although most watmmers are familiar with them, I never hear much about Vulva in comparison to other acid/IDM acts.

 

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I really love their Rephlex release - my favorite of theirs. The other two albums are solid too.

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  • Does anyone actually own this release? The one called 100% that consists of mailbox recordings.
  • Anyone here manage to acquire all of the Universal Indicator releases?

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I'd love to know answers to the first 2 on that list :P

 

I have the digitals of that 100% thing, its just loads of different people who called into some dating agency thing, quite amusing. Great sample material plundering possibilities :P

 

As for the Universal Indicator series, they're usually quite hard to track down.

 

Green, Yellow, Red, Blue and Ultraviolet (which was apparently just Mike Dred solo).

 

Also, answers to PP Roy would also be interesting :)

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What other ESSENTIAL Rephlex records must I check out? Thanks

 

µ-Ziq - Tango N Vectif & Bluff Limbo

Astrobotnia

Stakker - Eurotechno

 

All of that is great. Really like the astrobotnia releases, especially part 1.

 

pretty much any aleksi perala under any of his monikers is a MUST.

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Effect Rainbow by Kiyoshi Izumi is the best record put out by Rephlex. Next is Astrobotnia, Yee-King and Cylobian Sunset.

 

Oh yeah and Vulva.

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'Humanoid: Sessions 84-88' is an awesome archive of earlier-than-early acid Techno by FSOL frontman Brian Dougans. Rephlex put it out in 2003...

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AscwCka36Y4

 

Leo Anibaldi's Rephlex album 'Void' is a very underrated dark techno classic...

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hIVaMS3pKM

 

And Lory D's compilation of rare tracks 'Sounds Never Seen' on Rephlex is also essential...

 

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'Humanoid: Sessions 84-88' is an awesome archive of earlier-than-early acid Techno by FSOL frontman Brian Dougans. Rephlex put it out in 2003...

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AscwCka36Y4

 

 

Nice spot, forgot about this album. If it's not too obvious, the Snowman mix of Stakker Humanoid is mindblowing.

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Really like the astrobotnia releases, especially part 1.

 

pretty much any aleksi perala under any of his monikers is a MUST.

 

Definitely, his most recent stuffs are fantastic. When it comes to Astrobotnia, I think Part 3 is my favorite tho.

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goodnight toby by yee-king is hands down down the best single track on rephlex mp3 folder

Definitely up there. Rephlexions in general is an awesome comp.

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I fucking love Rephlex.

 

Best releases IMO:

 

Cylob - Cylobian Sunset

JP Buckle - Flying Lo Fi

Yee King - SuperUser

Bodenstandig 2000 - Maxi German Rave Blast Hits 3

Ovuca - Lactavent

Bogdan Raczynski - Samurai Math Beats

Wisp - Shimering Hour

Aleksi Perälä - Project V

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loved that one ever since I heard it on Rephlex Radio ^_^ http://soundcloud.com/gearoidof/rephlex-radio, radio mix that schooled me in rephlex when I was in school many many years ago....

 

http://soundcloud.com/daveheadcleaner/bcbinterview (interview with Headcleaner! :D)

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This thread turned out great! Plenty of individual comments I could reply to, but overall I've been listening or re-discovering a lot of Rephlex releases lately thanks to all the recommendations.

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