AFX* ‎– Analord 01

Label:
Rephlex ‎– ANALORD 01
Series:
Analord – 01
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Steppingfilter 101 4:45
A2 Canticle Drawl 1:45
A3 MC-4 Acid 3:47
A4 Bubble 'n' Squeek 2 1:31
B1 Where's Your Girlfriend? 5:06
B2 Grumpy Acid 3:21
B3 Analord 158b 1:40

Companies, etc.

Notes

Stickered clear plastic sleeve.

Barcode sticker:

Made in England.
Distributed by:
SRD (UK), JVC
Forced Exposure
Neuton/Rough Trade
La Baleine, VME
Wide Recs, Sonic
Lowlands, Inertia
www.rephlex.com

Center label does not show track A4. However, the digital re-release of Analord 01 provides the title "Bubble 'n' Squeek 2" for this track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 66908 01636 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 666908016361
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): 55428 1A ANALORD 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): 55428 1B ANALORD 1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANALORD 01 AFX* Analord 01(9xFile, MP3, 320) Rephlex ANALORD 01 UK 2009
ANALORD 01 AFX* Analord 01(5xFile, WAV + 4xFile, WAV, 48 ) Rephlex ANALORD 01 UK 2009

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TheRealTrevor

TheRealTrevor

July 16, 2016
I love it. I think this is a great record.
van.mol.stijn

van.mol.stijn

July 24, 2015
Hi,

Does anyone know where the wav's are available? I can't find them.. replex website sends me to discogs...

Any help is appreciated!

Grts
mushroomman95

mushroomman95

September 1, 2013

I bought the real MP3 and WAV from rephlex for this analord and found out untitled it actually called


Bubble 'n' Squeek 2
mushroomman95

mushroomman95

April 23, 2013

Roland Microcomposer MC-4
jedi4q2

jedi4q2

February 14, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is my favorite part of the Analord series, with some of the best (and most danceable rhythms) as well as the tightest 303 lines of the entire series. Only part 10 rivals this as a high point.
Oxbow

Oxbow

December 26, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
With the Analord series, Richard D. James returns to basics, using only old, banged-up, analogue synthesizers to create the music. Each song is absolutely dripping with acid. You might want to pick up a roll of Tums along with this EP.
pissflaps

pissflaps

February 13, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

brilliant! apparently all created with the sequencer on the lable picture mc-4
So its a really simple style but really warm,
pretty amazing really as my friend had one of these sequencers and it was very hard to program,very tight timing though,
mc4 acid has some mental acid noises,essential record sure to be legendary soon...