Aphex Twin ‎– Analog Bubblebath Vol 2

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Rabbit City Records ‎– CUT 002
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label, Stamped
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Tracklist

A Digeridoo (Aboriginal Mix) 7:10
B1 Untitled 3:44
B2 Alien Fanny Farts 3:59

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Stamped white label copy. Along with the unstamped copy 1000 in total copies pressed.

No title for track B2 "Alien Fanny Farts" appears anywhere on the release itself. This track was named on Richard D. James' SoundCloud account 'user18081971'.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CUT 002 A1 PR-E B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CUT 002 B1 PR-E D

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theFBI

theFBI

July 5, 2015
Was the second track (3:44) ever re-released on CD, some compilation or otherwise?
steady-j

steady-j

May 29, 2015
Can you believe I passed this one up when offered at my local shop (World Beats in Wolverton, near MK). Maybe I had a headache and didn't fancy these three full on bangers. I bought a copy of ABB1 - The Mighty Force version - that had come in the same day - principally for the soft and squidgy title track.
Some time soon I need to invest the £20+ to finally own those last 2 tracks from this missed opportunity.
billcorey

billcorey

September 10, 2012
b2 is called alien fanny farts
plusplus7

plusplus7

January 14, 2011
Nice thing about this version is that it was pressed at 45. This was a favourite afterparty track played slowed down to 33 - really superior this way in my opinion and takes you someplace else.
maroko

maroko

October 11, 2009
edited over 6 years ago

Amazing. Just when I start hoping that I have grown out of childish behavioral patterns, Digeridoo catches me off guard and throws me back to the good old days of early elementary school - when I was still small and young enough to jump all over bed!
Simply put, this where a lot of things concerning electronic music started for me. Furiously scattered broken beats, deviant digeridoo sequences with thick and sick 303 leads. Unlike anything I've heard until then. Very forceful, and truth be said, one of the most memorable electronic music pieces of the last decade. You hear it once and it sticks forever. Hate it until you meet your maker, but there is no way those haunting aboriginal sounds will ever leak out of your head again.
The flip side has two hard bangers, with huge drum kicks and loads of screeching noises. Though I have never really caught up on all the Aphex Twin hype, the day I first played this, I though I could jump high enough to tear the moon to shreds.
d3a0n3

d3a0n3

December 27, 2005
edited over 10 years ago

Love it or loathe it, at the time of it's release Digeridoo was unlike pretty much anything that had gone before. It was one of those tracks that made you stop and listen, take it in and in my case, be amazed.
The word 'groundbreaking' is used too often, in my opinion, when used to describe tracks that are different from the norm, but I feel it definitely applies in this case.
Whenever I hear it, I think of a party at a gravel pit in Alton, 10K rig on a truck, 2 strobes and 80 tripped out people going mental.
Aaaaaah, those are the days I miss most.
Jav

Jav

March 28, 2003
I remember hearing this on the Radio and went out the very next day to purchase. Even then I wasn't sure if I liked it or not, as I hated most breakbeat inspired style/productions of the time ... However all these years on it's one of the most intense electronic work outs released on vinyl and it's still original..or should that be (Ab)original?! .¬)