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1. Richard D. James Album
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2. Jeff
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3. Rotting Pinata
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4. Hello Everything
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5. Drukqs
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6. Fabric 29
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7. Logical Progression, Level 1
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8. Hello Everything (Bonus CD)
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9. Lamb
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10. Come to Daddy EP
$17.99
11. 26 Mixes for Cash
12. Wax Ecstatic
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13. Fear of Fours
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14. Remixed
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15. What Sound
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16. New Forms
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17. Ultravisitor
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18. Between Darkness and Wonder
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19. Scorpio Rising
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20. Goodbye Enemy Airship The Landlord

1. Richard D. James Album
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (28 January, 1997)
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Asin: B000002HOF
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If techno ever does become the sound of young America, don't expect Richard James to be its poster boy, deserving though he may be. A native of Cornwall, England, James is obsessed with the mechanics of music making: As a kid, he took apart and reassembled the living room piano. Under the names Aphex Twin, Polygon Window, AFX, and other aliases too numerous to mention, he showed that he could make entire tracks with the sounds produced by tapping on a Coke can. Like the indie rockers of yore, he revels in his marginality because of the creative freedom it gives him. His full-length U.S. debut, Read more

Reviews (134)

5-0 out of 5 stars symphonic noise
I first discovered this cd while working in a music store. This cd is not for the weak hearted. One major thing I noticed in titles such as the Boy/Girl song is thathe never uses the same loop twice. The background will stay steady but everything around it will move all over the place, like putting bethoven in a cement mixer. I don't want to scare you away from this album because it is a definate worth while buy but to truely do this cd justice you need to strap on a good set of headphones and hang on for a glorius ride.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Album
Between this one and drukqs, this is one of my favorite albums. I can say that I like every song on this CD. Especially the last half.
4-0 out of 5 stars Well worth having if you like AFX
The other reviews say it all really - good, but not as esential as Selected Ambient Works (and not really in the same vein either). I just wanted to answer the reviewer's question about the gravestone: Richard D James's parents had a stillborn child some years before he was born, also called Richard, and the image is that of his brother's gravestone. (This also explains the significance of the middle 'D'.)
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Subjects:  1. Ambient Techno    2. Drill'n'bass    3. Electronica    4. Experimental Jungle    5. Experimental Techno    6. Hardcore Techno    7. IDM    8. Pop    9. Rock    10. Techno   


2. Jeff
Audio CD (05 August, 2003)
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Asin: B00009MGQL
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Calling fabled guitar god Jeff Beck "mercurial" doesn't do justice to the word – or the legend himself. While this latest blast of maniacal Beckology seems to form a loose techno-centric triptych with its predecessors, by no means is the guitarist resting on his laurels here. If anything, his continuing collaboration with Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Guitarist Ever
This is not a review of this album, rather it is a statement about the artist. This guitarist has been simply the greatest of a long list of great ones.From rock and blues in the early days of The Yardbirds and the Jeff Beck Group to the jazz-fusion period with Jan Hammer to the current phase of Industrial/Techno no other guitarist has been able to produce the sounds that emerge fom Mr. Becks guitar. His last three albums are a must for any serious student of the guitar. I saw him with Jennifer Batten a while ago. My wish is for these two brilliant guitarist to continue to collaborate
4-0 out of 5 stars Not his best...but worth having
I am a huge fan of Beck's instrumental work. This CD isn't his best stuff...for that I recommend Guitar Shop or You Had It Coming...but there are four songs (So What, Plan B, Pork-U-Pine, and My Thing) that definitely make this album worth the price. The rest of the album isn't bad, but those four songs kick a** IMHO. If you're a Beck fan, particularly of his more recent work, get the CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars Jeff Beck....Simply Incredible
Jeff Beck is the Greatest Rock Guitarist Alive today,IMO!!!!!..And if you checkout this C.D.you will see what I mean.No He dosen't do that mindless shredding nonsense like the thousands of pretenders do...Jeff does things with His Guitar..I have never hear anyone else do.At well over 60 years Old Jeff is still Pushing the envelope.Jeff always likes to Put ferocious playing on His C.D.s as well as Pretty and soulful stuff to show His Range,and He does this Beautifully on this C.D.Intelligent,Amazing and Wonderful Guitar Playing from the Master,Listen and Love it ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Electronic    3. Electronica    4. Experimental Jungle    5. Funky Breaks    6. Hard Rock    7. Pop    8. Rock    9. Rock & Roll    10. Rock/Pop   


3. Rotting Pinata
Audio CD (02 August, 1994)
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Asin: B0000029HS
Sales Rank: 6443
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Certainly was "Plowed into the ground"
I found this album at my local record shop, for $2, in the bargin boxes.At that price, I figured that anything would be worth a try.In retrospect, it was, but only to understand why I found six more copies in the bin for similar prices.
5-0 out of 5 stars Got to be one of the most underrated album of the 90s....
I have to admit that I had kind of forgotten about this band. A couple years ago a house fire destroyed alot of my CD's. Luckily I found this disc in a used CD store a week ago and instantly remembered what an amazing album this is, from a band that most people have never heard of. Its beyond me how these guys kind of slipped under the radar, but they did.
5-0 out of 5 stars Rotting Pinata - Sponge
My bro sold my Rotting Pinata CD years ago.Once I replayed this one, all of the songs came back to me and it was like I never lost it.Each song is great, can't think of a bad moment on this. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Popular Music    4. Post-Grunge    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


4. Hello Everything
by Warp Records
Audio CD (17 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000HCPSX0
Sales Rank: 2282
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Hello Squarepusher
For just about every artist who has a signature style, and makes more than a few albums, a bit of repetition is inevitable. Sooner or later, they will return to familiar territory. That's the case in Squarepusher's latest, "Hello Everything," which sounds a lot like his earlier work from the late 1990s.
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Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Electronic    3. Electronica    4. England    5. Experimental Jungle    6. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    7. Pop   


5. Drukqs
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (23 October, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QD9N
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Often proclaimed as electronica's one true genius, Richard James, a.k.a. Aphex Twin, returns with a double CD that showcases his cleverness as well as his inevitable inscrutability. Still, amid macabre birthday songs, unsettling screams, and other bizarre touches, Read more

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Reviews (152)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wacky.
If this is your first Aphex Twin/"IDM" purchase, this will be the weirdest thing you've ever heard in your whole life.It's probably not accessible to a lot of people.Actually, it's kind of annoying at first, but after a while it might grow on you.

5-0 out of 5 stars try it, start to finish....
i've read all the bashing reviews of this album, not up to par, a little shallow, etc...richard james has fooled the sheep.these disks have been designed to play together, try it, start to finish.i read this somewhere else online and was a little sceptical but a few minutes into the first track(s) was completly convinced.i ripped both disks onto the computer under two different formats and used two different media players timed to start at exactly the same time.a lot of work to enjoy an album but remember rdj is a computer geek and a jokester, probably gets off on the the bum reviews.enjoy!

3-0 out of 5 stars It's Actually Pretty Good
but I think his older stuff was better and I think his Analord or Chosen Lords stuff is better than this.However, if you listen to a tune like Ghostman or Goneja from Skinny Puppy's latest CD, The Greater Wrong of the Right, you'll see how Aphex Twin has been left in their dust.Sorry, but you've been outdone by the best as far as the last two Aphex Twin CDs are concerned. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Ambient Techno    2. Drill'n'bass    3. Electronica    4. Experimental Jungle    5. Experimental Techno    6. Pop    7. Rock    8. Techno   


6. Fabric 29
by Fabric
Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 10993
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, mind-bending music
This latest installment of the Fabric series marks not only what I consider the finest disc in the series to date, but also the finest mix I have heard by Tiefschwarz.
5-0 out of 5 stars A relentless tech mix that starts off with a bang.
This mix starts off heavy, and never lets up, with the quirky, yet hard hitting vocal track Grace (Anxiety) by Troy Pierce (as Louderbach) starting things off in a very energetic way.This track worked well in Sascha Funke's Boogy Bytes 2 mix, but it was deep into the mix.I feel it's even more effective starting a mix off.Things quickly lighten up with the bloopy Claude VonStroke next, and then it's into the M.A.N.D.Y. remix of Tiefschwarz's excellent track Damage, featuring Tracey Thorn of Everything But The Girl on vocals.
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Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Detroit Techno    3. Pop    4. Rock/Pop    5. Techno    6. Techno Bass   


7. Logical Progression, Level 1
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (23 July, 1996)
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Asin: B00004T6V6
Sales Rank: 24233
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Original recording reissued

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5-0 out of 5 stars Showcase of some of the highest quality D&B around
I think it's funny how a lot of d&b artist try to make their drums as fast and intricate as possible. It makes me think of what Steve Vai is to guitar. Although he has unlimited skill, I just don't dig his style too much. Theres not much you can diss about this recording, it's just very nice quality work. It sounds good without getting too cluttered and there are some insane samples thrown in, and the structure is very solid. It keeps me interested the whole time, and I usually have trouble getting away from the speakers while listening to it. It must be good then right?
5-0 out of 5 stars One of my first drum and bass selections...
After Dieselboy introduced me to the UK jungle sound, I began my quest into the genre now commonly described as drum and bass. It's only logical I found this goodlooking album while rummaging the isles of the Amazon.com warehouse (Newcastle, DE) as I picked orders for music lovers like you. This double disc recieved countless rewinds during my one hour commute between home and work. It's still a classic, and I still love "Demons Theme", and the track "Music". If you're a drum and bass historian, this will help you understand the logical progression of drum and bass music from hardcore, to jungle, to its many sub-genres. Most junglists know this albums sub-genre is labeled atmospheric, or "intelligent" drum and bass. No one can rock a sound system like LTJ

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT
This is one of my first CDs to Drum and Base, and I love it!!! Not very hardcore drum&base, it's just really cool to listen to. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 90's    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance    4. Dance Music    5. Electronica    6. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    7. Pop   


8. Hello Everything (Bonus CD)
by Warp Records
Audio CD (17 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000IY03L4
Sales Rank: 7212
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Limited Edition

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great album, but bonus cd is questionable.
I love Squarepusher, and I've been anticipating this release for some time now.The good news is this is a great Squarepusher album.He seems to be back in late 90s form for the majority of the album. Several of the songs remind me of songs from Hard Normal Daddy, based more around jazz and early 90s techno than some of the later releases.Chances are that if your interested in Squarepusher already, you'll like this album.
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Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Electronic    3. Pop   


9. Lamb
by Mercury / Universal
Audio CD (13 May, 1997)
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Asin: B000001EOS
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Goldie meets a caffeine-fueled Portishead on the full-length debut from a much-buzzed Manchester duo. Louise Rhodes provides the Bjork-like vocals, Andrew Barlow the complex drum & bass underpinnings. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars This is a good CD
This is a good CD. A lot of reviews say the lyrics are not very good. Well they are not as bad as people say, any way this kind of music is More about moods and sounds, and Lamb really deliver in those departments. I am still glad I bought this CD! "Lusty" and "Zero" are both great songs, and so is the rest of the album, This cd is full of compelling vocals and great beats. Lamb seems to get compared to everyone from "Olive" to "Baxter" to "Spicehouse" to "Hooverphonic". I think Lamb are totally unique and have no connection to Anyone but themselves. Overall this album is a great mix of drum n bass with a bit of jazz, some trip hop and a beautiful voice. A great addition to any modern music collection.
5-0 out of 5 stars Final Grade: 93%
I was introduced to this album from the first girl I ever felt sincere love for, so yeah it has a sentimental quality to it. Outside of this personal affiliation I make with the album, it is on its own a great record, borderlining on excellence.
5-0 out of 5 stars Finding "Someone" is like Finding Yourself a "Home"
Louise Rhodes has a beautifully suited sound, touching my mind in a way that makes me want to sigh when she sings about love and agree with her when she sings about hardship, and it meshes all-so-well with beats specifically tailored to carry that talent. That's what I like about Lamb; the acknowledgement that she's an instrument all to herself, haunting in some rights seemingly delicate in others, because this approach allows her to become something akin to the heartbeat of the song itself. In that right Rhodes does something that alot of other musicians can't, finding depths and points deeper still, and crafting emotions out of words. Sometimes they are beautiful things too, like the fluttering sigh of a butterfly in the breeze or the brush of a storm touching dry skies. and sometimes they scream like shadows in the delicate words the broken cry.
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Subjects:  1. Christian    2. Electronica    3. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    4. Pop    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Techno   


10. Come to Daddy EP
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (21 October, 1997)
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Asin: B000003MSH
Sales Rank: 20458
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars awestruck!
    precisely, this was my reaction upon seeing the video. A scintillatingly devilish promenade of bizarre apparitions, a turmoil of postnuclear visions...and i still have not figured out what makes it so appaling. The iconography of come to daddy has ever since made its way around art forums, magazines and had a greater impact on video-culture as none before, that owes less to the aphexian impromptu itself, than to us, masses who devour anything that is scandalous, and revolving.Thus a sound may only sound as it is visualized, and this may be a reason why, anaphexian experiment could be transplanted to M.T.V standards. Phonic violence is not the case of visual violence, and i think this a reason why we should credit RDJ more for his genuine sampling than for the visual inertia we are faced with in this video. This particular brakethrough does not apply to all aphexian sampling, i have seen other videos that did not scandalize the auditive this far...though windowlicker might be an acception. Come to daddy is musically more than just a scandal to the senses, in fact it juxtaposes them to a certain extent. Altough we seem to see all we hear we have to come to terms with deception, a musical ambiental experience should not be mistaken with the images of horror, and loathing we are bombed with day in day out.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Felping Gronad
    Completely veeblefetzer.
    2-0 out of 5 stars Superficial and numbing
    Superficial and numbing...
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    Subjects:  1. Drill'n'bass    2. Electronica    3. Experimental Jungle    4. Experimental Techno    5. Hardcore Techno    6. IDM    7. Pop    8. Rock    9. Techno   


    11. 26 Mixes for Cash
    by Warp Records
    Audio CD (25 March, 2003)
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    Asin: B000088EGP
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    It's hard to imagine Aphex Twin having a more appropriately named label (Warp); fitting also that Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Thank you, may I have another?
    More melodies would have been nice; I may make my own remixes of these songs (I'd just be adding more melodies) in order to make the music more satisfying :)As always, he delivers those tantalizing drum beats and creates a great c.d., but there just weren't any songs that amazed me.Expect an interesting set of songs, just don't expect them to be mind-blowing.Of course, that's my point of view, if you're new to this genre, this could be mind-blowing; when I first heard Karsten Pflum (who led me to check out Richard James) I was totally blown away.

    5-0 out of 5 stars 26 Mixes For Cash
    Ok I give little green papers and get this? What a deal! Depending on how you pay for this whether it be through a few small numbers (credit card), a $20 piece of paper, or 20 one dollar pieces of paper, you are getting a mighty fine deal.
    2-0 out of 5 stars Bleeps. Bloops. Kinda blah.
    I bought this after hearing the remix of Gavin Bryars' "Sinking of the Titanic," (the original is a beautiful piece of music; the remix is cool, too). The rest of 26 Mixes, well....
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    Subjects:  1. Acid Techno    2. Ambient Techno    3. Drill'n'bass    4. Electronica    5. Experimental Jungle    6. Experimental Techno    7. IDM    8. Pop    9. Rock    10. Techno    11. Trance   


    12. Wax Ecstatic
    Audio CD (02 July, 1996)
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    Asin: B000002BIQ
    Sales Rank: 97646
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Sophomore Slump?
    Okay, so they tried something new a few times on their second cd, but did that make this a sophomore slump.Not hardly.What they did was just turn a potential nightmare into a surprise minor success.Yes, there is plenty of talk about Memphis and drag queens here, but if that's all you see then you're missing the bottom line--the experiment worked!This cd proves that the sophomore slump is both something to fear and something to embrace.And have you heard the riffs on Wax Ecstatic?Amazing.Compare this to Seven Mary Three's "Rock Crown" and Silverchair's "Neon Ballroom".All risky, but the disc stacks up.By the way, all three of those cds are in my collection and they all kick it!Here's one for Mardi Gras.Enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Still one of the best in my collection
    It is now 2005, almost 10 years since this CD was released.I pulled it out again for the 1st time in about 2 years and listed to it while doing yard work...three times in succession.I still cannot believe how this gem has gone unnoticed by the general public.In my opinion, it is one of the top CD's released in the 1990's.I still vividly remember being at work and having the riff to Wax Estatic blow me away the 1st time I heard it on the radio.After finding out who it was, I bought the CD as soon as I could.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Killer concept album, Sponge's best...
    The fine art of a concept album was all but forgotten in the nineties, until Sponge unveiled this masterpiece on the public who (criminally) didn't seem to care.That is very unfortunate because "Wax Ecstatic" is easily some of the best music to come out of the drab mid nineties.The lyrical concept is certainly a strange one:the death of a drag queen.Not all the songs seem to fit the formula, but the vast majority do.The lyrics can be explicit at times, but never do the churn the stomach.By the time Velveteen comes around you'll find yourself feeling sorry for the transvestite protagonist, trust me.The music on this CD is diverse and a great leap forward from the nondescript grunge rock of "Rotting Pinata".

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    13. Fear of Fours
    by Mercury / Universal
    Audio CD (27 July, 1999)
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    Asin: B00000JNMT
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Three years elapsed between the U.K. release of Lamb's highly acclaimed debut and this CD, making fans of their moody trip-hop impatient. Does Read more

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    2-0 out of 5 stars Enough With the Voice Processing
    This had the potential to be a great album.It's spoiled, however, by what I'm certain is the bizarre electronic processing of Rhodes' voice.If you listen on a good stereo, it's obvious that the harmonic envelope of her vocals has been truncated and shifted upwards in the frequency spectrum, leaving her sounding like a petulant chipmunk.Vocal processing can make an average voice sound wonderful, but it's hard to imagine why anyone would want to use it to make a wonderful voice sound terrible--and as their first album demonstrates, Rhodes has a wonderful voice.And it's something that gets worse with repeated listenings rather than better.I'm afraid to buy their last two albums out of fear that I'll have to listen to that ghastly electro-voice again.I listen to this album in spite of the cringe-inducing vocals--there's still some excellent songwriting, arranging and playing on it.But Lamb deserves a big thumbs down for one of the worst production decisions I've ever heard.Best heard on your computer or in your car where it just sounds as if her voice has become somwhat more shrill--the better your audio system, the more it's likely to drive you nuts.And I still can't understand why people call this trip-hop.Drum & Bass plus a white female vocalist does not a trip-hop album make.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece
    All Lamb's albums are awesome, but this one sums them up best.This was the first time I'd heard Lamb (besides the K&D remix of Trans-Fatty Acid), and it was totally unlike anything else I had experienced.It was so intense and different.Every listen opened up new tracks that I hadn't noticed before, and Fear Of Fours has the most cohesive album structure that I have ever come across.Lamb wakes you up with Soft Mistake and Little Things, takes you on a wild journey with Ear Parcel and Five, and finally says good night with Lullaby, with killer tracks like B-line, All In Your Hands, Softly and Fly thrown in along the way.Fear of Fours is an absolute masterpiece, and is definately the place to start your love affair with Lamb.Happy listening

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great record, probably their best yet
    Andy Barlow and Louise Rhodes continue exploring interesting soundscapes after their intriguing self-titled debut. While not as risky and adventurous as that album, "Fear of Fours" still brings something new and provides a rich listening experience. In fact, it`s probably the duo`s best record to date, offering a strong and creative mix of trip-hop, drum n`bass, downtempo and electronica. Louise`s voice sounds a little weird at first, but after a couple of songs it doesn`t matter much since these compositions are always absorving and engaging, setting an unique and futuristic mood. There's a lot of good stuff to find here, like the heartfelt-but-not-corny ballad "Softly", the strange and addictive "Fly", the smooth instrumental "Five" or the epic "Bonfire". It expertly mixes light and darkness, the emotional and the mechanical, providing a fresh and original record that deserves more recognition. This gives "pop" a good name. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Electronica    3. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    4. Pop    5. Popular Music    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop   


    14. Remixed
    by Fontana Int'l
    Audio CD (30 August, 2005)
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    Asin: B0009A21IU
    Sales Rank: 33580
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent retrospective/reinvention of Lamb
    If you love Lamb, you're really gonna get a kick out of these remixes, and the liner notes are amazingly candid. If you don't know lamb, this is a great album to start off with.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a sound!
    Lamb has a sound somewhat similar to Portishead or Morcheeba, while still retaining more than a bit of originality.This new compilation collects some great remixes, more than a few previously available and familiar (Mr. Scruff's "Gold" remix introduced me to the band about 10 years ago), yet about half of the selections are previously unavailable or extremely rare. A plethora of great remixers are represented, including many doing some of their earliest remix work (Fila Brazilia, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Rae & Christian, Photek). Even the earlier tracks, while providing a history of the drum & bass scene, sound fresh and valid. For fans of drum and bass specifically, and today's electronica more generally, this is a must-have disc.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Lamb collector's must have
    I have all the Lamb albums, obviously a big fan, so I am biased to say the least. Read more

    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance    3. Dance Music    4. Electronica    5. England    6. Pop   


    15. What Sound
    by Koch Records
    Audio CD (06 May, 2003)
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    Asin: B00008XEQA
    Sales Rank: 19285
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great collection
    I first heard Lamb's "Heaven" on the soundtrack to the TV show Six Feet Under, so I decided to take a chance and buy one of their CDS.I have to say, this is one of the best collections I have heard in a long time.I thoroughly enjoy this CD.I also enjoy the different versions of "Gabriel", which is such a terrific song.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Yeah but...SHE CAN'T SING!
    Look, I'm the first one in line to jump around extolling the virtues of not-so-well-known artists and bands, because there is so much great music to be found, but this is one that suffers from something that should have been nipped in the bud way back in the recording phase.
    5-0 out of 5 stars More than anything
    ..else this is it. What an amazing collection of songs. The definitive. Such a shame they have split. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Christian    2. Club/Dance    3. Electronica    4. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    5. Pop    6. Popular Music    7. Rock   


    16. New Forms
    by Mercury / Universal
    Audio CD (28 October, 1997)
    list price: $19.98 -- our price: $19.98
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    Asin: B000001EYA
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    For his debut album on Talkin' Loud/Polygram, Bristol, England's Roni Size keeps with the label's tradition of releasing grandiose, song-oriented dance albums. Size teams up with DJs Krust, Die, and Suv; MC Dynamite; and vocalist Onalee to weld the rough-and-ready sounds of British drum & bass to the soul vibes of their hometown. On Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
    "New Forms" was, is, and always will be the best Drum N Bass album out there.
    4-0 out of 5 stars It was downhill from here for Roni Size
    New Forms won the Mercury Prize in the most abundant year in techno music history. That year being 1997. The Mercury Prize is given to the top electronica album of the year, so obviously that must mean that New Forms is one of the all-time great albums electronica has to offer right? Barely. Although disc 1 has the highlights: "Brown Paper Bag", "Let's Get It On", and "Morse Code", disc 2 maybe the best drum-and-bass cd ever recorded: a consistent onslaught of vocal-less soundscapes that keep the listener interested. Although the songs were written by Roni Size, the songs on disc 2 have an improvisatory feel to them, there's even a track called "Jazz". Disc 2 is ingenious, it is like Roni Size has a whole drum-and-bass opera in his head. But Reprazant deserves a lot of credit as well; the touches they put on every song are subtle and satisfying. "Brown Paper Bag" might be the best drum-and-bass song ever recorded and is a touchstone of tempo changes and intensity. It is truly a breathtaking ride of a song. The filler on disc 1 prevent New Forms from being an absolute masterpiece, but still recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Album
    Funky, Jazzy, Hard Hittin' Classic DnB.Just outta curiousity though, from reading all the other DnB artist reviews around Amazon, How many "Kings Of Drum & Bass" are there?I've personally counted like 4-5 undisputed "Kings" Roni being one, but also Grooverider, who is a definate contender, also Goldie another heavy weight.Then you get into some of the other so called "Kings" like Dieselboy, don't get me wrong I loved Dungeoun Master and he's a great DJ, that's just it though, he's just a DJ.Roni is a true producer & a DJ as well.Hell, I'm a DJ that sometimes plays DnB, does that make me "King" of DnB?Hell NO!!!Roni's been around for quite a while now, he's always updating his sound, while never compromising, all of Roni's stuff is undenyably Roni.Andy C is another member of the DnB royal family, now he has produced some stuff, pretty good stuff even but he's still made his name a DJ.I personally think the crown is about to be passed to the new guys on the block "Pendulum".Until then though, ALL HAIL RONI SIZE!!! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Electronica    4. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    5. Pop    6. Popular Music    7. Rock/Pop   


    17. Ultravisitor
    by Warp Records
    Audio CD (09 March, 2004)
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    Asin: B0001E70BM
    Sales Rank: 49563
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A REAL JOURNEY
    Wow. I just finished listening to this for the first time. I've only ever heard a few Squarepusher tunes, and never a full album. What I'd heard I'd found a bit, well, square and er... pushy. But this is the real deal. You don't get a moment's respite as the artist takes you from nice, to blissful, to downright Miltonically evil and scary and back again. I love the interludes, with the skilfully interpolated crowd screaming "COME ON". You scream with them. These creaking gaps are just that bit too long, so when he hits you with the full force of his bleep-screech-drill-splat-8th-layer-of-hell glory, you've really earned it. Throughout I was grinning with happiness one minute, cackling maniacally the next and begging him for more a bit later. Get this. It's like the ghost of Coltrane doing the candy flip whilst trapped inside a synthesiser - the journey is just as rewarding as A Love Supreme, and twice as long to boot!

    4-0 out of 5 stars I'd say it's pretty radical.
    I'm not a huge Squarepusher fan. I like Tom. I have a lot of his CDs. I really don't listen to any of them but "Feed Me Weird Things" and "Music Is Rotted One Note" for maybe about once a year. They really just don't keep my five second attention span like those two do.
    4-0 out of 5 stars A Unique Squarepusher Experience
    Tom Jenkinson�s new one is certainly not for the light eared.Despite the often mellow pace and jazzy interludes, this CD often launches into a grating hell of catastrophic sound.When �50 Cycles� peaked, there was such an explosion of pure noise my flat became temporarily convinced Judgment Day had arrived: lamps cast shadow, chairs became flaccid, and my cat took out nine life insurance policies online, despite my protests that he really only needed one, before merging interdimensionally with a Smoking Baby� incense holder.He never was much into electronica anyway.Read more

    Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Drill'n'bass    3. Electronic    4. Experimental Jungle    5. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    6. Pop   


    18. Between Darkness and Wonder
    by Koch Records
    Audio CD (24 February, 2004)
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    Asin: B00019PDH0
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Springing from the trip-hop revolution, Lamb have proved themselves to be masters of their genre. With Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
    What can I say?I love this....I listen to it & think about CW.Could I say more?Stronger really speaks to the experience of my life.......... Oh well............

    5-0 out of 5 stars Without darkness there couldn't be wonder

    4-0 out of 5 stars Apt summation
    Lamb's fifth album since their self-titled debut of 1996 also turned out to be the last, with both founding members Andy Barlow and Louise Robinson (Louise Rhodes as was, having gone on to marry Crispin Robinson) embarking on solo projects. Perhaps wisely quitting while they were still ahead, Lamb brought a level of sophistication, lyrically, musically and emotionally, almost unique in the world of drum and bass, although this is a music that cannot be wholly ascribed to any one category. In this record they have achieved a summation of their art, be it in the deceptively pastoral passages of Clouds Clear, or the attack on your loudspeakers that is Sugar 5. At times exploring the darkest corners of human relationships, while at others celebrating the joys of living, Lamb can only make one look forward to what they come up with individually in the future ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Christian    4. Jungle/Drum'n'bass    5. Pop    6. Rock   


    19. Scorpio Rising
    by Eighteenth Street
    Audio CD (18 September, 2001)
    list price: $16.98 -- our price: $16.98
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    Asin: B00005LMR3
    Sales Rank: 12498
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Double-O Me
    This makes me feel like I'm in a Bond film.Sometimes I drive too fast.It's super-snazzy and ultra-hip

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Retro Flavored Beauty .....YUM!
    If smooth rockin' grooves, cool, superflyriffs and ultra-sexy vocals are your thang, BUY THIS NOW! This CD is an inspiration. It made me realize how good music can truly transport you back to a time when quality music was out there for the picking. It also has the most modern feel w/out sacrificing any of the quality retro sounds. I'm 26, love all kinds of music and this CD totally rocks! Not a filler track on here, ALL gems!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Serve Chilled.
    This is one of the best chilled albums i got, the music itself is very seductive, chilled, groovy (+ any other word if you can think of in this genre!). It was really a discovery for me, i won't describe it as just-another chill-out CD or even only-chill-out music; Thunderball guys shows exceptional talent in creating music in both down-temp and upbeat styles, the whole album is brilliant, sexy vocals are on top. The two highlights of the album, are "Heart of the hustler" and "Angela's Lament", the later is personal favorite. Addictive. Hats off and five stars for Scorpio Rising. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Drum & Bass    4. Pop   


    20. Goodbye Enemy Airship The Landlord Is Dead
    by Constellation
    Audio CD (27 March, 2000)
    list price: $13.98 -- our price: $13.98
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    Asin: B00004RGC9
    Sales Rank: 25220
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Post Rock Classic
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Boring, uninspired wallpaper
    This album excels at one thing: it shows us that playing and compositional skills are not necessary for releasing an album and making money. The "minimal" guitar passages are probably played by someone who has never seen a guitar before. The music is bland and unispired, and even the ambient/experimental textures are done by default.
    4-0 out of 5 stars The landlord is dead
    One of the best things out of Canada. The track "The landlord is dead" is one of my favorite instrumental songs. If you like Explosions in the Sky this band will interest you, but unlike explosions their songs dont flow together, each song is presented as its own song. Great solid album. My only problem with it is that at times, it seems repetative, because usually once the song establishes a riff, it stays throughout the song. But other than that, it is a great album. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Drum & Bass    2. Indie Rock    3. Pop    4. Post-Rock/Experimental    5. Rock   


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