Aphex Twin ‎– 26 Mixes For Cash

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Warp Records ‎– WarpCD102
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2 × CD, Compilation, Limited Edition, Digipak
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1-1 Seefeel Time To Find Me (AFX Fast Mix)
Producer – Aphex Twin, SeefeelRemix – AFX*Written-By – Peacock*, Seefeel
7:34
1-2 Gavin Bryars Raising The Titanic (Big Drum Mix)
Performer – Gavin Bryars EnsembleRemix – Aphex Twin
8:42
1-3 Gentle People* Journey (Aphex Twin Care Mix)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Richard D. James, The Gentle People
10:14
1-4 Kinesthesia Triachus (Mix By Aphex Twin)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Chris Jeffs, Richard D. James
4:12
1-5 Philip Glass Heroes (Aphex Twin Remix)
Composed By – Philip GlassConductor [Principal] – Dennis Russell DaviesPerformer – The American Composers Orchestra*Producer – Kurt Munkacsi, Michael RiesmanRemix – Aphex TwinWritten-By [From The Music Of] – Brian Eno, David Bowie
5:18
1-6 Buck Tick* In The Glitter Part 2 (Aphex Twin Mix)
Composed By – Hisashi ImaiLyrics By – Atsushi Sakurai*Remix – Aphex Twin
5:02
1-7 Jesus Jones Zeros And Ones (Aphex Twin Reconstruction #2)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Mike Edwards
5:49
1-8 Nav Katze Ziggy (Aphex Twin Mix #1)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Nav Katze
4:25
1-9 Saint Etienne Your Head My Voice (Voix Revirement)
Producer – Saint EtienneProducer [Additional Production], Remix – The Aphex Twin*Written-By – Stanley*, Wiggs*, James*
3:15
1-10 Nav Katze Change (Aphex Twin Mix #2)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Nav Katze
4:16
1-11 The Beatniks Une Femme N’est Pas Un Homme (Aphex Twin Mix)
Music By – Yukihiro TakahashiRemix – Aphex TwinTranslated By [Lyrics] – Peter Barakan
4:06
1-12 Nine Inch Nails The Beauty Of Being Numb Section B (Created By Aphex Twin)
Remix [Created By] – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Trent Reznor
3:27
1-13 Nobukazu Takemura Let My Fish Loose (Aphex Twin Remix)
Lyrics By – Kiku*, Maki HiragaMusic By, Producer – Nobukazu TakemuraRemix – Aphex Twin
5:26
2-1 Die Fantastischen Vier Krieger (Aphex Twin Baldhu Mix)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Andreas Rieke, Michael B. Schmidt, Michael DJ Beck, Thomas Durr*
3:23
2-2 Phillip Boa & The Voodoo Club* Deep In Velvet (Aphex Twin Turnips Mix)
Lyrics By – Phillip BoaProducer [Original Song And Sounds] – Vella*, Boa*Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Phillip Boa, Pia Lunda*
3:50
2-3 Curve Falling Free (Aphex Twin Remix)
Producer – CurveRemix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Garcia*, Halliday*
7:41
2-4 Mescalinum United We Have Arrived (Aphex Twin QQT Mix)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By, Producer – The Mover
4:23
2-5 Nine Inch Nails At The Heart Of It All (Created By Aphex Twin)
Remix [Created By] – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Trent Reznor
3:49
2-6 808 State Flow Coma (Remix By AFX)
Remix – AFX*Written-By – Simpson*, Massey*, Price*, Richard D. James
4:59
2-7 Aphex Twin Windowlicker (Acid Edit)
Written-By, Producer – Richard D. James
4:15
2-8 Baby Ford Normal (Helston Flora Remix By AFX)
Remix – AFX*Written-By – Peter Ford, Richard D. James
6:51
2-9 Aphex Twin SAW2 CD1 TRK2 (Original Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Richard D. James
6:30
2-10 Meat Beat Manifesto Mindstream (The Aphex Twin Remix)
Producer, Engineer – Meat Beat ManifestoRemix – The Aphex Twin*
3:42
2-11 DMX Krew You Can't Hide Your Love (Hidden Love Mix)
Remix – Aphex TwinVocals – Tracy DMXWritten-By – Ed Upton, Richard D. James
5:05
2-12 Wagon Christ Spotlight (Aphex Twin Mix)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By, Producer – Luke Vibert
6:57
2-13 Mike Flowers Pops Debase (Soft Palate)
Performer – The Mike Flowers Pops*Producer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Additional] – Richard James*Written-By – Mike Flowers
5:50

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Notes

First edition in a Digipak, later copies issued in a jewel case.
Copies shipped from Warpmart include a small clear plastic sleeve containing a pair of limited edition foil-wrapped Aphex Twin chocolate coins.

Inner Digipak Panel:
Tracks 1-1, 1-7, 2-3 done in the frontroom, Southgate Road.
Tracks 1-2 to 1-6, 1-8, 1-10 to 1-13, 2-1, 2-2, 2-5, 2-9, 2-12, 2-13 made at the Atomic Ab.sorption Laboratory, Clissolog Studio.
Tracks 2-7, 2-8, 2-11 recorded at the Bank.
Tracks 1-9, 2-10 made at Lannerlog.
Track 2-4 Clayhill.

Back Cover:
This compilation ℗ 2003 Warp Records Limited.
© 2003 Warp Records Limited.
Made in England.

Track 2-6 listed as "Remix By AFX", with no artist or title given.
Track 2-9 title refers to Selected Ambient Works Volume II, CD 1, track 2.

Seven tracks have been edited for this release from their original longer versions:
1-4 edited from original 5:21 version.
1-5 edited from original 5:32 version.
1-8 edited from original 6:02 version.
1-9 edited from original 4:10 version.
1-11 edited from original 5:25 version.
2-5 edited from original 7:14 version.
2-10 edited from original 6:53 version.

Insert Panels:
1-1 Published by Chrysalis Music ℗ 1993 Too Pure Records Limited. Licensed courtesy of Too Pure Records Limited.
1-2 ℗ 1994 Point Music. Licensed courtesy of Decca Music Group.
1-3 Published by D.Stoddard/J.Leahy/L.Bette/S.Simmonon/Chrysalis Music ℗ 1995 Rephlex from Journey, The Gentle People Rephlex CAT040CD/EP. Licensed courtesy of www.rephlex.com.
1-4 Published by Chris Jeffs/Chrysalis Music ℗ 1998 Rephlex, from Previously Unavailable On Compact Disc, Cylob. Rephlex CAT055CD. Licensed courtesy of www.rephlex.com
1-5 Produced for Euphorbia Productions, Ltd. © 1977 Tintoretto Music (BMI), Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc. (BMI) & BMG Music Publishing Ltd. (BMI). © 1996 Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc. Symphony administered throughout world exclusively by Dunvagen Music Publishers, Inc. (ASCAP) ℗ 1996 Point Music Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Decca Music Group.
1-6 Published by Victor Music Publishing ℗ 1994 Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN. Licensed courtesy of Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN.
1-7 Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd ℗ 1993 EMI Records Ltd. Licensed courtesy of EMI Commercial Markets.
1-8 Published by Fujipacific Music Inc ℗ 1994 Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN. Licensed courtesy of Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN.
1-9 Published by Warner Chappell/Chrysalis Music ℗ 1993 Heavenly Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Heavenly Recordings.
1-10 Published by Fujipacific Music Inc ℗ 1994 Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN. Licensed courtesy of Victor Entertainment, Inc JAPAN.
1-11 ℗ 1994 VAP, from Another High Exit, The Beatniks. Licensed courtesy of VAP.
1-12 (Leaving Hope/TVT Music, Inc ASCAP) ℗ 1995 TVT/Interscope Records. Licensed courtesy of Universal Music.
1-13 Published by Toy's Factory Music Publishing ℗ 1995 Idyllic. Licensed courtesy of Toy's Factory.
2-1 Published by Edition Vierte Dimension of EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH ℗ 1996 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH, from Live Und Direkt, Die Fantastischen Vier. Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH.
2-2 Original song and sounds produced for Constrictor Productions. Published by BMG-Ufa/Constrictor Music ℗ 1995 Motor Music GmbH. Licensed courtesy of Universal Music GmbH.
2-3 Published by Anxious Music Ltd/Sony Music Publishing Ltd/Virgin Music (Publishing) Ltd ℗ 1992 Anxious Records. Licensed courtesy of BMG.
2-4 Written and produced for Planet Core Productions. Published by ICM/Hanseatic ℗ 1990 PCP. Licensed courtesy of Acardipane.
2-5 (Leaving Hope/TVT Music, Inc ASCAP) ℗ 1995 TVT/Interscope Records. Licensed courtesy of Universal Music.
2-6 Published by Massey/Simpson/Price/Chrysalis Music ℗ 2001 MEN1, from 2 Remixes by AFX, (MEN1). Licensed courtesy of www.rephlex.com.
2-7 Published by Chrysalis Music. ℗ 2003 Warp Records Limited.
2-8 Published by Rhythm King Music/Chrysalis Music ℗ 1998 Rephlex, from Normal, Baby Ford (Rephlex BFORD15). Licensed courtesy of www.rephlex.com.
2-9 Published by Chrysalis Music ℗ 2003 Warp Records Limited.
2-10 Published by Les Editions Confidentielles ℗ 1993 Play It Again Sam Records. Licensed courtesy of PIAS Benelux.
2-11 Published by Ed DMX/Chrysalis Music ℗ 1997 Rephlex, from Ffressshh!, DMX Krew (Rephlex CAT053CD/LP). Licensed courtesy of www.rephlex.com.
2-12 ℗ 1995 Luke Vibert. Licensed courtesy of Luke Vibert.
2-13 Published by W.I.M.P ℗ 1996 Lo Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Lo Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): MPO [Logo] WARPCD102-1 12/22/02
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): MPO [Logo] WARPCD102-2 12/22/02
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LR61
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 1): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 1): IFPI RZ03
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 2): ifpi 8Y10
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 3): IFPI RZ12
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 3): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 4): IFPI RZ01
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 4): IFPI RZ01
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 5): IFPIRZ14
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 5): IFPIRZ10
  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Barcode (Text): 801061010225

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARP CD 102 Aphex Twin 26 Mixes For Cash(2xCDr, Comp, Promo) Warp Records WARP CD 102 UK 2003 Sell This Version
BRC-69 Aphex Twin 26 Mixes For Cash(2xCD, Comp, Dig) Beat Records BRC-69 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
APHEXVINYL102 Aphex Twin 26 Mixes For Cash(4x12", Comp, Unofficial, Col) Not On Label APHEXVINYL102 France 2017 Sell This Version
WarpCD102, RTD 126.4051.2 Aphex Twin 26 Mixes For Cash(2xCD, Comp, Dig) Warp Records, Zomba Records WarpCD102, RTD 126.4051.2 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
WarpCD102, RTD 126.4051.2 Aphex Twin 26 Mixes For Cash(2xCD, Comp, Unofficial) Warp Records (2), Zomba Records (2) WarpCD102, RTD 126.4051.2 Russia 2003 Sell This Version

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snicklefritzzz

snicklefritzzz

March 20, 2018
I have the chocolate coins that came with this. DM me if you’d wanna buy them. I have no use for them but I can’t seem to part with them for nothing.
Booj1Boy

Booj1Boy

August 1, 2016
Track 5, the Bowie/Phillip Glass Heroes remix, is sourced from a poorly encoded MP3 that's had the audio channels reversed, a nasty glitch at 1:47, and it's poorly edited.
Promofox23

Promofox23

August 14, 2015
The Bowie/Glass remix is one of the most remarkable things I've ever heard and showcases that RDJ is as adept at throwing up stunning modern classical/avant-gardism as he is programming "clever" and "techy" beat grids for kit geeks to dribble jealously over; I get frightful goosebumps every time I hear it. People that think it sucked have no real perception of the true boundaries of music, time and space.
Flanger.Magazine

Flanger.Magazine

March 30, 2014
I just dug cd one out of an old stash and have been listening to it all week. Hadnt heard these tracks in years. After checking this page for the tracklisting started reading the comments and noticed that no one likes the bowie/glass remix. I thought that track was incredible! The stark edits on bowies vocals are masterful. Considering who the original artists were, i imagine he got paid the most for the remix too. Im not sure why, but that makes me like the track even more. A definite standout on the compilation. Once upon a time Aphex twin was known for confounding expectations and i hope there are others out there who feel like he ruined a classic song.
betadron

betadron

March 16, 2013

This compilation was a big downer, almost a textbook example of missed opportunities. There may be reasons why some remixes have been left out (although I can't come up with something better than just legal mumbo jumbo), but it's a disgrace that seven tracks have been edited. And then you have tracks like Windowlicker Edit or the SAW original mix, that don't even fit into the concept of this compilation. Needless to say, the scarcity of information in the booklet (don't even want to mention the lame artwork) make "26 Mixes For Cash" look like the cheap and hasty effort the sarcastical title meant it to be.

What it should have been:
- ALL the remixes
- NO other "rare" tracks (because there are plenty enough to fill their own compilation)
- NO edits, put it on 3 CDs
- booklet with background information and anecdotes, like the funny story about the Curve remix, or even comments by the remixed artists

In short: A compilation that even RDJ himself can be proud of instead of "26 Mixes For Cash" proving him right that leaving Warp was the best thing to do.
robcypher

robcypher

October 25, 2011

A mixed bag of remixes/collaborations by Aphex Twin. A few of them are genuinely brilliant; the rest is a toss-up (depends on whether or not you like the artist that he's remixing).
8tro

8tro

July 29, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
Disc 2 _ Track 09: listed as: SAW2 CD1 TRK2, Original Mix

Disc read title from the release: SAW2 CD1 TRK2: is shown as ''Radiator''

Disc 2 _ Track 09: is a version of ''Radiator'' mixed with percussion.
badhack

badhack

March 22, 2011
This is a loose collection of tracks remixed by Aphex Twin. Within Richard D. James' body of work it is certainly stands out as one of the most boring. With that said none of the tracks are that bad, more like mediocre.
Discogs4000

Discogs4000

November 26, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I agree that the phillip glass track kinda sucked, I liked the effort though(gotta love those strings). But for pete sakes! almost every other track on this Cd was brilliant. I had always heard of Aphex twins destruction of tracks when he remixes them, so I kinda didn't want to listen to them. But i'm so glad i did, because it's almost like 26 original songs! 26 new songs! This is impressive stuff and is yet another addition to the Aphex/AFX collection. BRAVO.
Ashitaka_Hamana

Ashitaka_Hamana

November 26, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This album shows that RDJ is the only one that can actually remix a song and make it sound *nothing* like the original. I love the entire CD, i definentely have favorite tracks leaning on the second CD though. I'll just go through the tracks....

The Beatnik song 'Une Femme N'est Pas Un Homme' is remixed beautifully and sounds nothing like the original other than the melody which is AFX'd out. The glitched beat is amazing here.

The Philip Boa & The Voodoo Club song 'Deep in Velvet' is also an amazing glitched out track that implements RDJ's acidic/analog sounds =).

The 808 State song 'Flow Coma' sounds like a remix of the Chemical Brothers back when they were The Dust Brothers sampled with early 90's Prodigy. The melody is pricless, and the acid sounds are up there with actual Aphex releases.

The Windowlicker mix is by far the more minimal track on here, but is amazing and retains that bouncy sound with the glitchy melodies and samples. THE COWBELL ROCKS =)

The Baby Ford song 'Normal' has an amazing acid approach with a techy-breakbeat backing, and occasionally a techno-esque sound.

Overall this is pretty much an Aphex release, and even if you don't like the originals, I promise you that your messedup techy ears will be satisfied that they are ripped apart.

The only track I wasn't happy with was the Philip Glass song 'Heroes', why did he ruin the song =( maybe it's more of a statement more than anything else.