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Did you know Aphex was asked to do a Tortoise remix, but declined to do so?


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I bought the whole series of 12"s they did in the '90s

 

oval, luke vibert etc...

but the aphex track never got released!

curious

please speculate
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Damn, I'd love to hear that. Wonder if he'd have a copy somewhere lying around waiting to be Soundclouded. And maybe a remix of Seneca while you're at it Rich.

 

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yeah i really love that autechre 12" though, even if it's very similar on each side, i'll listen again but if i remember correctly i love it and it kicks the shit out of my speakers and i love it

 

yeah and i love the artwork too. when that came out i was very into both bands and the idea of autechre reworking tortoise is still very very exciting to me

 

more so aphex twin reworking tortoise though

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no doubt it was a better remix than the one autechre did

whaaat, I fucking love those remixes

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                                                                      i would also like to hear this remix, Please:)

                                                                             :aphexsign::aphexsign::aphexsign:

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