AFX* ‎– Chosen Lords

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Rephlex ‎– CAT 173 CD
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Tracklist

1 Aphex Twin Fenix Funk 5 5:06
2 AFX* Reunion 2 5:15
3 AFX* Pitcard 6:25
4 AFX* Crying In Your Face 4:29
5 AFX* Klopjob 5:32
6 AFX* Boxing Day 6:50
7 AFX* Batine Acid 5:34
8 AFX* Cilonen 5:42
9 AFX* PWSteal.Ldpinch.D 3:48
10 Aphex Twin XMD 5a 7:58

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Credits

Notes

℗ & © 2006 Rephlex.
White circular sticker on front: AFX: "Analord compilation / First time on CD! www.rephlex.com / Distributed by: SRD (UK), JVC, Forced Exposure, La Baleine, Neuton, Rough Trade, Lowlands, Wide, Inertia. Made in England", followed by barcode and cat#.

Tracks 1 & 10 previously released on Aphex Twin - Analord 10, tracks 2 & 8 on afx* - Analord 05, track 3 on AFX* - Analord 07, track 4 on AFX* - Analord 04, tracks 5 & 6 on AFX* - Analord 03, track 7 on afx* - Analord 06 and track 9 on AFX* - Analord 08.

Released in a cardboard Digipak with clear tray.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 6 66908 01732 0
  • Matrix / Runout: KEY CAT173CD
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 7303
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 7308
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 7306
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 7302

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T-1518A AFX* Chosen Lords(CD, Comp, Unofficial) MG Records (3) T-1518A Russia 2006 Sell This Version
CAT 173 AFX* Chosen Lords(10xFile, WAV, Comp) Rephlex CAT 173 UK 2009
none AFX* Chosen Lords(CDr, Comp, Promo) Chrysalis Music Group USA none US 2006 Sell This Version
CAT 173 CD AFX* Chosen Lords(CD, Comp, Promo, Gol) Rephlex CAT 173 CD UK 2006 Sell This Version

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shiz_miner

shiz_miner

June 20, 2017
I hd a funny feeling this was pressed in the past....must've been "Mandela effect" again...eugh
raymondcf73

raymondcf73

January 3, 2014

Well, a good friend of mine has all of the analord EP`s.
I have the chosen lord.
You expect that the compilation is somekind of a best of...
Well, it isn`t.
There are some very good tracks missing here..
On the other hand, if AFX put all the best tracks on this cd, the analord-series wouldn`t be wurth nothing.
Music sounds a bit dated aswell.
"recorded between 2003/2005" .
Almost sounds it comes from the early 90`s.
skull_fracture

skull_fracture

November 25, 2013
If only Phonatacid was on this cd i would be perfect.
mushroomman95

mushroomman95

April 5, 2013
No Analord 02 :(
(Bwoon Dub)
badhack

badhack

March 24, 2011
I absolutely loved "Crying In Your Face" and "PWSteal.Ldpinch.D", but for some reason many of the tracks failed to move me. Don't get me wrong most were great, just not amazing. If this was the first time I had ever heard RDJ I'm not sure I'd buy the disc. However I am an RDJ fan so I think I'll download the entire Analord series and give it another go.
Nepthys

Nepthys

March 12, 2010
This will sound contentious, but I like the Analord series the most of James' recent work. I like how the use of old gear imposes some limitations and how one can become inspired within that context to really push the gear. True Chosen Lords doesn't display the best compositions however it does afford the casual listener a glimpse into the Analord sound aesthetic.
kattamuuran

kattamuuran

December 30, 2009
alot of talk about the track selection, but i agree with the songs selected. of course, that coming from a person who eagerly ordered every 12" when it came out to ensure i would have the whole lot. the whole point of this was really about the 12" and giving those of us who still have record players in our house a chance to use them (no, im not talking about "DJ's" here, but normal folk who are not obsessed with finding the next bangin track, but rather just like listening to records at home). i have a minidisc player too, so of course it was only a matter of time before copies of all the records made it onto my ipod, however, they sound liek crap compared to laying down the wax at home. when the cd came out i too was a little surprised that nothing from vol. one or two made it, but considering vol. 2 is pretty much the best one, and also considering that it really sounds the best crankin out of a good home stereo, and not computer speakers in a persons office, this actually makes a twisted kind of sense to me.

ps: they were doing a whole catalouge re-press of basic channel at the time that these were coming out, man did that ever make for some happy trips to the post office!!!
Discogs4000

Discogs4000

October 30, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Its a really great simple work. Although im not familiar with Acid to know that this is not ground breaking, it doesn't really matter, good tunes are good tunes, no matter how innovative or plain they might be. The analord series is just another testement to james amazing work with Synths. He's the only one ive heard to this day to actually make them sound like a full fledged orchestra(I care because you do and Surfing on Sine waves).

Also great for your Ipod/MP3 player. It's some of his only music you can just listen to, but not really listen to, talk to people, and just do normal stuff with it in the backround. obviously you can't do that with his Braindance works. Shows a different side of him.

Early retirement ... I think not.
3818919W

3818919W

September 22, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
"I'm self employed" and "VBS.Redlof.B" are my 2 favourite tracks from the entire Analord series, and are criminally missed off Chosen Lords (also possibly including the heavily underrated and frighteningly beautiful "Phonatacid" from Analord 02).

But then again, part of the point of the Analord series revolves around its desirability and collectability - so why give away all its juicy morsels to those who don't invest in the original Vinyl..
futureimage

futureimage

June 3, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

It's a good album, but again, track choices really did stump me here. I miss Where's Your Girlfriend, VBS.Redlof, I'm Self Employed, and I don't feel that the whole of Analord 5 is essential. Reunion could have surely been taken out. Also what gets me is how there are only 10 tracks to the CD, but 11 Analords. 11 tracks would have been better to pick the best track from every Analord.