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Many of you reading this will no doubt be familiar with Rephlex Records. About three years ago, because I'm something of a fanatic, I put together a printed discography. It features pages dedicated to Aphex Twin, Luke Vibert, Bogdan Raczysnki, Cylob, DMX Krew, The Tuss, and Ceephax Acid Crew.

 

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You can view the full project on my Behance profile: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Rephlex-Records-printed-discography/7730025

 

Please feel free to share the project on Tumblr: http://szabohaslam.tumblr.com/

 


I will be producing a limited amount to sell, with kind permission from Rephlex. You can follow me on Twitter for updates: @Szabo_Haslam

 

 

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I want. I want. I want.

 

Any chance of putting in a preorder (erm, depending on price of course !)

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Guest szabohaslam

Lush! I'd buy it.

 

Thanks. Are you by any chance from Sheffield, or a fan of tDR? North of Nowhere and all that...

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Lush! I'd buy it.

 

Thanks. Are you by any chance from Sheffield, or a fan of tDR? North of Nowhere and all that...

 

 

Good spot! I do have family connections in the Sunny North, but yes, a tDR uber-fan from way back.

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Guest The Bro

I'd love to get this as a present for my sister for her birthday in October. Look forward to updates on it. Great project by the way!!

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Looks very nice, keep us updated. I'm interested as well :)

 

Btw, the Aphex Twin track with the spectograph doesn't really have anything to do with Rephlex, but whatever!

edit: so this is that book that was already talked about it 2010 here? http://forum.watmm.com/topic/77167-rephlex-records-book/ and http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rephlex-records-albums-books-group/1108106166

edit2: no it isn't nevermind ok bye

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Btw, the Aphex Twin track with the spectograph doesn't really have anything to do with Rephlex, but whatever!

That, sir, is a very good point. Nicely spotted !
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Looks very nice, keep us updated. I'm interested as well :)

 

Btw, the Aphex Twin track with the spectograph doesn't really have anything to do with Rephlex, but whatever!

 

edit: so this is that book that was already talked about it 2010 here? http://forum.watmm.com/topic/77167-rephlex-records-book/ and http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rephlex-records-albums-books-group/1108106166

 

edit2: no it isn't nevermind ok bye

Gah! You're right! Totally glossed over that fact! I hope there's an extensive section on the Analord series...

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Thank you all for the comments. I am currently revisiting the project to include the latest releases, new artwork, and, yes, change the Aphex Twin page!

 

The next version will be a slightly different format to this, and should be ready in a couple of weeks.

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