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Falling in love with Analord


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My ranking of the top tracks, discounting analord 10 because it's a separate beast. I've been rigorously listening to analord since '05 (it seemed like a big modern date at the time). I used to try to emulate the sounds for years and then buy hardware once I could afford to. I don't have any good answers why this collection of tracks sounds so pivotal, the rest of afx' s output shrinks by comparison. 

My favorites of the extra tracks, that was a great Christmas:

 

 

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8 hours ago, chim said:

My ranking of the top tracks, discounting analord 10 because it's a separate beast. I've been rigorously listening to analord since '05 (it seemed like a big modern date at the time). I used to try to emulate the sounds for years and then buy hardware once I could afford to. I don't have any good answers why this collection of tracks sounds so pivotal, the rest of afx' s output shrinks by comparison. 

My favorites of the extra tracks, that was a great Christmas:

 

 

You've got good taste there! My doom is my favorite of the analords and that dead code track might just be my second.

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My favorite thing about Analord is the homages, easter eggs and nods to classic tracks. Or should I say Trax

 

 

 

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, chim said:

My ranking of the top tracks, discounting analord 10 because it's a separate beast.

                                                        analord 10 by aphex

                                                             the rest of analord by afx

                                                                 different sides of the same chocolate coin

                                                                           :aphexsign::aphexsign::aphexsign:

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After all this time Deadcode still manages to give me that sense of wonder that I had when I first started listening to AFX.  I started producing because of him and after a while I was able to dissect most tracks, ie. sort of understand how they are made. But deadcode still amazes me and for me has the biggest "more than the sum of its parts" feel of his discography I think. I mean I almost forget that it's electronic music I'm listening to, it sounds so organic. It always makes me think of a fairy tale-ish forest. it's a transcendental experience

/fanboiiiii

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  • 3 weeks later...

>buy all the Analords in 2004-2005

>sell them all in 2007 for cash

>pirate the digitals in 2010 because I felt entitled to them having already paid once

>suffer from panic attacks and a moral crisis of sorts for a lot of reasons in 2020

>learn about "first sale doctrine" in copyright law (you can't sell a record and keep digitals of it). Analords cannot be mine.

>baleet everything that is not either physically in my house or digitally purchased. All pirated booty overboard.

>7 months later and the withdraw is hitting.

>Bleepstore online for nearly 4 years and no Analord

"Feel like pure shit just want her back x"

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