Autechre ‎– LP5

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'LP5' is a conventional name. This album is untitled or self-titled.

Tracklist

Acroyear2 8:39
777 5:49
Rae 7:13
Melve 1:14
Vose In 5:21
Fold4,Wrap5 3:58
Under BOAC 6:22
Corc 5:50
Caliper Remote 1:40
Arch Carrier 6:49
Drane2 9:38
(silence) 12:04
Untitled 1:37

Versions (17)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
warpcd66 Autechre LP5(CD, Album) Warp Records warpcd66 UK 1998 Sell This Version
warplp66 Autechre LP5(2xLP, Album) Warp Records warplp66 UK 1998 Sell This Version
WARP LP 66 P Autechre LP5(2xLP, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARP LP 66 P UK 1998 Sell This Version
WARP LP 66 Autechre LP5(2xLP, Album, Promo, Whi) Warp Records WARP LP 66 UK 1998 Sell This Version
rtd126.3461.2, warpcd66 Autechre LP5(CD, Album) Rough Trade, Warp Records rtd126.3461.2, warpcd66 Europe 1998 Sell This Version
INTD-90258 Autechre LP5(CD, Album) Nothing Records INTD-90258 US 1998 Sell This Version
warpcd66 Autechre LP5(CD, Album) Warp Records warpcd66 UK 1998 Sell This Version
678.2066.20, warpcd66 Autechre LP5(CD, Album) PIAS Benelux, Warp Records 678.2066.20, warpcd66 Benelux 1998 Sell This Version
INTD-90258 Autechre LP5(CD, Album, Bla) Nothing Records INTD-90258 US 1998 Sell This Version
WARPCD66P Autechre LP5(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD66P UK 1998 Sell This Version
INTD-90258 Autechre LP5(CD, Album, Promo) Nothing Records INTD-90258 US 1998 Sell This Version
AICT 14 Autechre Autechre(CD, Album) SMEJ Associated Records, Warp Records AICT 14 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
AICT 14 Autechre Autechre(CD, Album, RP) SMEJ Associated Records, Warp Records AICT 14 Japan Unknown Sell This Version
WARPCDD 66 Autechre LP5(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD 66 UK Unknown
WARPCDD66 Autechre LP5(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD66 Unknown
WARPCDD 66 Autechre LP5(11xFile, WAV, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD 66 UK Unknown
NTH-90258 Autechre LP5(CD, Album, RE) Nothing Records NTH-90258 US Unknown Sell This Version

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BenJBX

BenJBX

November 25, 2016
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66
I bought this on vinyl when it came out, its the only Autechre record I own and i just played it for the first time in years after seeing them live in Bristol last night. This is a really great record. Rae and the last two tracks especially are gorgeously emotive and stylistically unhampered by genre limits. As a hardware producer myself, its staggering that they programmed this shit at the very dawn of computer audio and software manipulation. Like Photek and Foul Play, this is B-boy music pushed to the limits of technical dexterity and beyond.

This and the Bola LP bookended the 90s intelligent/IDM movement in the UK for me. Autechre's sound now is way wilder, more rhythmical and improvisational, approaching free jazz levels of spontanaety and creative fearlessness. Last night's show was sick. Ironically, given the journalistic cliches they have always attracted, there's far more genuine human feel and risk in their music than in the average chart pop record that's been pro tooled to death.

I cleave more to the Detroit and Den Haag branches of the electro tree which is why I don't own more Autechre, but if you're coming to this in 2016 wanting to get yourself a dozen or so essential 90s albums from UK techno (because fuck IDM, frankly, all this music is techno) - give this one a careful listen and i think you'll be adding it to your list.

Autechre ... huge respect to you both for the path you've forged in this music. I may not be your #1 fan but I'm fucking glad you're out there representing and doing what you do. Long may it continue!
TheEverlastingFather

TheEverlastingFather

September 6, 2016
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66

This is brilliant electronic music! I get more from it and notice new sounds and atmospheres each time I listen to it, it's a real grower and I say that from experience because I didn't like it much when I first heard it about 12 years ago, but now it's amongst my most listened to CDs, a work of electronic genius and well worth sticking with.
zevulon

zevulon

July 31, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing LP5, 2xLP, Album, warplp66

Sad release.
I'd have to say that this is where Ae ends for me and going back on this after at least 10 years changes nothing.
It sounds like the guys spent these days secluded alone in the studio, no input, feeding off noodle soup only for months.
The techniques are less complex and less intricate than in the previous Chiastic Slide era and lacks soul and deepness, I'd conclude that the sound is straight out flat and dull.
The only upside is Arch Carrier, that would (almost) fit in on the Chiastic Slide album.
I admit that I keep this only because it says Autechre on the cover.
__Human__

__Human__

September 6, 2015
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66
After all these years... LP5 is still my fave Ae album. (Incunabula is 2nd) They definitely reached heights and achievements before this one, and after... but this album just has a special kind of magic that rarely occurs in an artist's career. Mechanical, yet emotive. A perfect harmony.
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August 19, 2015
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66
Listened to this again tonight. This album is still tight, amazing! Fragments of motor-city here, a glimpse of IDM (sic) there, but really sounding more like Autechre than anything else. Given what was to come this is a very melodic album, and although not as accessible as the pre-chiastic slide era will probably give more as time goes on. If you can't afford the vinyl (I can't), the CD is fine. In fact, I reckon CD is how this album is supposed to be heard. Peace out.
drillkicker

drillkicker

March 28, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
referencing LP5, 2xLP, Album, warplp66
Having recently purchased this, I can say that this is probably the best $70 I have ever spent. The music in this album has a profound level of detail, as is normal for Autechre, while still maintaining a very honest and expressive tone. Situated just between Autechre's ambient period and the beginnings of the generative and intensely calculated era, this is a perfect midway point balancing the two. The record packaging feels relatively durable and the minimal theme is oddly pleasing to look at. I like the idea that the record sleeves aren't meant to be removed, though it does make it difficult to remove and return the records, as the round and stiff sleeves don't cooperate very well inside the jacket. The sideways writing also makes me confused as to how I'm meant to orient the jacket. It should also be noted that–like other releases from the time period–the records, while thin, are still rigid and don't feel very flimsy. That said, this is a wonderful release, and anyone who has the opportunity and is considering this record will not likely be disappointed, in my opinion.
Cardia1

Cardia1

September 9, 2013
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66

One of the less interesting Autechre albums for me, lacks coherence and dynamic, still its a enjoyable release, my favourite tracks are "Corc", "Caliper Remote","Arch Carrier" and "Drane2" wich is my top track of this Album. the jewel case is sadly ugly.
cyclo-bob

cyclo-bob

August 1, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing LP5, 2xLP, Album, warplp66

This for me is THE electronica record! I am still every time impressed. There is just some soul in it that. For example 'Corc' always makes me stunning. All tracks are great but if I have to recommend some I would say 'Fold 4, Wrap 5', the feeling of getting slower and faster is absolutely brilliant, like the tempo falls up and down but there is a tight measure in it, too. 'Caliper Remote' is for me simply one of the greatest and inspiring electronic pieces ever. Best autechre work to me!

A must have!
josiextrent

josiextrent

July 27, 2013
referencing LP5, CD, Album, warpcd66
i've just listened this album for the first time, and, i must say, i'm out of words. it's genius. i mean it.