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Considering Ae dropped 8 hours of music that year with no hype but a facebook post it was a bit much for a 25 minute EP 

So, I uh, might have somewhat spur of the moment (but not really, been wanting this for a while) put a system in my car. Was initially going to just upgrade speakers but my wife talked me into going m

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example of the noise on right channel. Recorded after I had cleaned the record and stylus.

Has anyone contacted blerp yet about the quality of the pressing? I haven't seen if anyone has. 

 

 

That noise is present on the non-vinyl versions as well.  He just makes noisy recordings, always has.  It's part of the charm.

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This is the only EP I've ever mountain biked 12 miles of intermediate/advanced trails to, the last 4 miles of which erupted into torrential downpour with flashing lightning and rumbling thunder, and upon finally returning to the trailhead parking lot I learned that my rear tire on my vehicle was flat and i had to get on my knees and swap in the spare on that bitch feeling like andy dufresne because I knew as soon as I got in the whip I was going to blast this shit on repeat again max volume and enjoy it from start to finish. 

 

 

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brainwork 4 lyfe, Rephlex 'til death and Richard has a crush on JLin confirmed

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This is the only EP I've ever mountain biked 12 miles of intermediate/advanced trails to, the last 4 miles of which erupted into torrential downpour with flashing lightning and rumbling thunder, and upon finally returning to the trailhead parking lot I learned that my rear tire on my vehicle was flat and i had to get on my knees and swap in the spare on that bitch feeling like andy dufresne because I knew as soon as I got in the whip I was going to blast this shit on repeat again max volume and enjoy it from start to finish. 

 

 

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brainwork 4 lyfe, Rephlex 'til death and Richard has a crush on JLin confirmed

But did you hop a median in the Tour of Oman to break away from the Peloton while listening to the EP?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhrImDwwaDc

 

(sorry, I just love any excuse to post that)

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This is the only EP I've ever mountain biked 12 miles of intermediate/advanced trails to, the last 4 miles of which erupted into torrential downpour with flashing lightning and rumbling thunder, and upon finally returning to the trailhead parking lot I learned that my rear tire on my vehicle was flat and i had to get on my knees and swap in the spare on that bitch feeling like andy dufresne because I knew as soon as I got in the whip I was going to blast this shit on repeat again max volume and enjoy it from start to finish. 

 

 

tenor.gif?itemid=3484770

brainwork 4 lyfe, Rephlex 'til death and Richard has a crush on JLin confirmed

But did you hop a median in the Tour of Oman to break away from the Peloton while listening to the EP?

 

 

(sorry, I just love any excuse to post that)

 

 

 

Nice. Nah, hit a few technical features and jumps though. Nothing that crazy.

 

 

 

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Footwork in Norwegian is fotronk, and ronk means jerking off. So two stinky, sweaty feet drenched in semen: Nice footwork indeed. Wanna go to Chicago and see som fotronk battles

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Footwork in Norwegian is fotronk, and ronk means jerking off. So two stinky, sweaty feet drenched in semen: Nice footwork indeed. Wanna go to Chicago and see som fotronk battles

 

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Footwork in Norwegian is fotronk, and ronk means jerking off. So two stinky, sweaty feet drenched in semen: Nice footwork indeed. Wanna go to Chicago and see som fotronk battles

 

whose alternate account is this and how quickly can it be deactivated?

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The death grips comparison is one that I kind of felt earlier as well. Esp. on 1st 44.

Weird, fantano wasn't feeling abundance... That one hit me the hardest and totally took me on a journey. SAW vibes there for sure.

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Sick. My cassette bought on the bleep store came addressed directly from mr. Aphex Twin who (after a little expert sleuthing on my part) apparently lives in a nondescript office building in the middle of an industry park in North Carolina.

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Vinyl and HQ files definitely opened this up more for me, as I had hoped.

MT1 and 1st 44 are gorgeous journeys, I put them over T69 even though I have the fond memory of hearing it premiere live.

Abundance is still not grabbing me as much, though I'm hearing more detail that I can appreciate. Maybe it will come to me with time.

Pthex scratches the noisy acid itch nicely and definitely fits with the EP in its way, but understandable why it's a bonus track.

 

MT1, 1st 44, T69, abundance / pthex

 

 

My vinyl side 2 was noisy but I think it's due to all the dust I accidentally got on it when playing side 1 because I haven't cleaned my slipmat in ages...

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Footwork in Norwegian is fotronk, and ronk means jerking off. So two stinky, sweaty feet drenched in semen: Nice footwork indeed. Wanna go to Chicago and see som fotronk battles

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you are a fucking heathen. 

 

 

Hahah, love it! 

 

It was a bit of a grumpy post from myself, but worth it for that response. I knew you wouldn't disappoint me oscillik. Now excuse me I have to skin some rabbits for my medieval stew.

 

Hoof It!

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Still haven't received my vinyl in northern Ireland. No rush just hope it isn't missing.

Same with me in central europe (dispatched on 10th, no info about the package since). I'm starting to get worried tbh as it never takes so long. In the meantime another item from Bleep shipped on Friday 14th and is being delivered today.

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antony fantano looks at music like a dry sponge reviewer

 

I always question the existence of music reviewers. They should review the music for deaf people using sign language if they want to be useful...

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The death grips comparison is one that I kind of felt earlier as well. Esp. on 1st 44.

 

 

One thing I've never understood about videos like this is the need to introduce a cut every 3-4 seconds. Like, does this add something aesthetically pleasing to the presentation? Or is it, like, people can't go more than 3 seconds without losing their train of thought/saying "um"/having to snort another line just to get through it all? Makes me fear we're slowly being habituated to be incapable of  thinking/speaking in complete sentences *puts on tin foil hat*

 

On a more positive note, reminded me of this:

 

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