AFX* ‎– Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 3

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Rephlex ‎– CAT 008 LP
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
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Tracklist

A1 .215061
A2 .000890569
A3 .0180871R
B1 .942937
B2 .55278037732581
B3 .0180871L
C1 .1993841
C2 (CAT 00897-AA1)
D1 (CAT 00897-A1)
D2 (CAT 00897-A2)
D3 (CD Only Track #1)

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Notes

Track titles do not appear on the artwork or labels & are taken from previous versions of this release.
Track D3 is previously unreleased on vinyl.

Classic Brandaince™ tunes from Cornwell.
Proudly presented by REPHLEX.
Made in England.
℗'93 ©'02.

AFX = RICHARD D. JAMES
Also available as Caustic Window etc.
Proudly presented by The James Family.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66908 07031 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 666908070318
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO CAT 008 LP A¹ MATT @ KINETIC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO CAT 008 LP B²
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MPO CAT 008 LP C¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MPO CAT 008 LP D²

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 008 AFX* Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 3(CD, EP) Rephlex CAT 008 UK 1993 Sell This Version
CAT 008, REPH 008 AFX* Analogue Bubblebath Vol 3(12") Rephlex, Rephlex CAT 008, REPH 008 UK 1993 Sell This Version
CAT 008 CD AFX* AFX In His Third Analogue Bubblebath(CD, Album, RE, Sli) Rephlex CAT 008 CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
CAT 008 AFX* Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 3(13xFile, WAV, Album) Rephlex CAT 008 UK 2009
SRCS 8527 AFX* Analogue Bubblebath Volume 3(CD, Album) Sony Records SRCS 8527 Japan 1998 Sell This Version

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jedi4q2

jedi4q2

March 23, 2017

This is the definitive version of this vinyl release, one of James' best lesser known albums. Classic Braindance.
jimsomeren

jimsomeren

December 19, 2016
Does this record play on 45 rpm or 33 rpm?
jam_on_it

jam_on_it

June 19, 2014
Don't know if anyone else has had this issue, but my copy is now warped as hell. It's the only vinyl release of mine that went all wobbly on me (not a huge collection at all, 40 maybe). Curious as to why no other vinyls did this, given their shared environment and conditions. Luckily I've the CD version as well, so all's not lost.

I'd be curious to know if anyone else's vinyls have suffered fates similar to mine.

April 18, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
I've only heard about half of AFX's output and I must say this isn't his best release. I prefer vinyl 1 so much more than vinyl 2. The problem with vinyl 2 is that the tracks are so repetitive. Especially track ".1993841". I seriously wanted to stop it half way through but thought; "It's RJD, something’s gonna happen." and it didn't. I will say though that vinyl 1 was brilliant. Track ".215061" and the one after have such great bass lines and beats. Some of the best production I've heard from AFX is on the first vinyl, and some of the worst is on vinyl 2. Not a great listen for AFX beginners for sure.
MickWoo

MickWoo

December 16, 2003

I hate to say it, but for vinyl junkies this is the version to have not the two originals. I used to own the AB3 LP and the later AB3.1 EP but this combination of the two is better.

On the original AB3 LP, two of the tracks played simultaneously. You had to turn the balance full left or right to hear them seperately which meant they only came out of one speaker. Here they play properly as seperate tracks. The three proper tracks from the AB3.1 EP are included here too, all that's missing is the 9 second sound of water going down a plug and the two and a half minute converstaion about the smell of shit!!??!!.

I do miss the packaging for the original AB3 LP but hey, it's the music that counts and you get a better deal with this re-issue. And believe me, the tracks on this are fantastic.