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Analord 10

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Fenix Funk 5 5:07
XMD 5a 7:56

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANALORD 10 Aphex Twin Analord 10(12", Ltd, Bin) Rephlex ANALORD 10 UK 2005 Sell This Version
ANALORD 10 Aphex Twin Analord 10(12", Pic) Rephlex ANALORD 10 UK 2005 Sell This Version
ANALORD 10 Aphex Twin Analord 10(2xFile, MP3, 320) Rephlex ANALORD 10 UK 2009
ANALORD 10 Aphex Twin Analord 10(2xFile, WAV) Rephlex ANALORD 10 UK 2009

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Cargofolio

Cargofolio

January 20, 2017
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10
Looking for an empty binder for a reasonable price. Please let me know if you are willing to sell one...
pozz

pozz

April 28, 2016
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10

Oh that funky and demented phoenix and its gargling bassline... BANA-NANANANA
sorenfissure

sorenfissure

July 21, 2015
referencing Analord 10, 12", Pic, ANALORD 10
As much as picture discs look cool the sound quality always suffers, I would rather a decent heavy black version.
muziqe

muziqe

November 8, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Analord 10, 12", Pic, ANALORD 10
Anyone who has the picture vinyl in the original PVC sleeve, remove the record from it asap! the PVC sleeve will destroy the look and sound quality. Get a normal inner and outer sleeve for it.
AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

January 20, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Analord 10, 12", Pic, ANALORD 10
If creatures inhabit leftfield electronics, Aphex Twin inhabits that space. Marks his territory like a wild wolf. Grunting acid spurts rhythms in offbeat patterns, but somehow they congele to form audio "things" that us humans can dance to in unconventional ways. The trance like effects of Aphex tracks take the listener deeper into "elsewhereness (yea maybe I just made that word up)".
jerre88

jerre88

May 6, 2011
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10

Personally, this release has ups and downs.
On each EP there's one or two remarkable tracks. But there's (in my humble opinion) also a bunch of crap.
I dont say this to dis the man, but alot of tracks go nowhere.
However, for a collector like me, its a nice collectors item. 12 vinyls, a binder...limited...what can you ask for more?? :)
great tracks that i reminded: 'Fenix Funk 5', 'Crying in your face', 'Grumpy acid', 'Halibut acid', 'Reunion 2' and 'Trojan.KillAV.E'
I give this a 3,8/5
dickrich

dickrich

December 20, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Analord 10, 12", Pic, ANALORD 10

The only way to get a hold of Analord 10 on vinyl without the binder. Surprisingly little surface noise for a picture disc. Can't be the same pressing as the black vinyl because the groove starts somewhat recessed, almost like standard 10'.

Seems like Richard reserved his best tracks for Analord 10 since they came with the binder and this picture disc but that's up for the listener to decide.

Probably won't be unobtainium collectible in 20 years, but let's see.
WGYSS

WGYSS

November 13, 2010
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10
Everyone who owns this binder, take all of your 12s out of it and just put them in paper jackets and sleeves. The poly sleeves they come in, once again, mess the records all up making them all foggy and noisy (referring to the original Caustic Window Compilation poly triple fold out sleeve that did the same thing). Sorry Rephlex, you just have bad luck w/ polyvinyl sleeves. Now stay far far away from them. Paper and cardboard for the rest of your days please.
braderunnar

braderunnar

August 13, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10
Analord 10 is mercifully short, but of a high quality. Fenix Funk 5 displays melodies that remind the listener of Drukqs, whose rapid speedcore tracks were surprisingly melodic. While this track only really picks up after one minute, it is worth listening to.

XMD5a opens in a dark, brooding sort of way. When the drums begin to make their way in through the woodwork, it develops into a nice little acid tune. The intro is unusual compared to the rest of the track, but it has the ambient touch you'd hear from SAW2.

All in all, this is another high-quality Analord release. Definitely worth a listen.
WaxFinderGeneral

WaxFinderGeneral

January 12, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Analord 10, 12", Ltd, Bin, ANALORD 10
I thought i'd let the set as a whole sink in before commenting. AFX has always been uncompromising, surprising and incalcuable throughout his career, the Analord series is no exception. No-one could have guessed what RDJ was going to do next, just like his whole career has been a long number of forward thinking and dare i say it controversial releases this came as a surprise to many, almost a hark back to the analogue systems of the birth of the electronic scene. The series as a whole is amazing, each 12" contains at LEAST one killer track, and each contains that RDJ 'special stuff' that makes the man an enigma in todays market. I love the set more every time i listen to it, OK there's a lot to get through, and the format's he chooses are probably more humourous than practical, but if you're in any way inclined to like techno, electro, acid or the sadly over-burdened and badly labelled IDM scene, then there's a wealth of solid music for you on the Analord series. And, as a parting shot, Acid rules and there can never be too many AFX releases for me, i've followed the career of this producer for over a decade, and a very happy man i am. The world would be a lot less interesting or bearable without him.