Autechre ‎– Untilted

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Beat Records ‎– BRC-122, Warp Records ‎– BRC-122
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 LCC 7:46
2 Ipacial Section 9:57
3 Pro Radii 8:41
4 Augmatic Disport 9:27
5 Iera 4:54
6 Fermium 5:44
7 The Trees 7:26
8 Sublimit 16:00
Bonus Track For Japan
9 Zurich 2001 1:51

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Notes

℗ 2005 Warp Records Limited © 2005 Warp Records Limited
Made in Japan.

Japanese release with bonus track.

Released in a standard jewel case with 4-page booklet, Japanese liner notes booklet, and obi.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 523132 712222
  • Barcode (String): 4523132712222
  • Matrix / Runout: BRC-122 MT B01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L262
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4478
  • Other (Inner Ring Data): 10C

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPCD180 Autechre Untilted(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD180 UK 2005 Sell This Version
WARP LP 180 Autechre Untilted(2xLP, Album) Warp Records WARP LP 180 UK 2005 Sell This Version
WARPCDD 180 Autechre Untilted(8xFile, ALAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD 180 UK 2005
none Autechre Untilted(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Autechre) none Russia Unknown Sell This Version
WARPCD180P Autechre Untilted(CDr, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD180P UK 2005 Sell This Version

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phdrb

phdrb

February 29, 2008
Autechre's latest could definitely be the soundtrack to a robot versus alien action flick. The best thing about this album is that you can listen to it quietly and still get the full effect (IMO for the first time with them). Maybe it's because each drum hit sounds like 10 drum hits on top of each other. And of course, if you want it loud, it goes there too, with plenty of little creaks and moans hidden in the sped-up percussion hits. It continues the line from Drafts because of the reduced reliance on conventional tonal structure. This is for people who love percussion.
If you really want to know what I think:
Untilted shows progress in compositional techniques, freeing individual sounds from their role or function in the song and allowing them to retain their autonomy as discreet phenomena. Where previous albums have been sonic "landscapes," I hear the movement toward "still life" from Drafts much further developed here. In other words, if you want to think of previous albums as showing what another planet might look on the surface (or even what the architecture might look like), Untilted perhaps details the specificity of objects in alien life. What do alien plates, fruit, umbrellas, piggy-banks, and toys look like? Listen to this album and you will see it in your mind. And yes, there is a track called 'the trees' on there, but I still see it as a departure from soundscapes and an arrival at integrated beats.
kepler

kepler

December 21, 2007

I totally disagree with the comment above - this album is packed with deeply embedded melodies, at first listen you'll be punched in the groin by the funk and not hear much else, but if you have the patience to pursue this masterpiece further, you'll discover a wealth of intricacies; attention to detail is quite astounding. Some would render this album as the audio equivalent to sitting in a tin bus shelter whilst a mate outside throws his coinage shrapnel at the roof of said construction...

But maybe that's a good thing, yes?
setherian

setherian

May 3, 2005
edited over 7 years ago

Untilted is the most arrogant showcase of their undeniable (unique) technical skills in the coldest and most minimalistic way they have ever done. I didnt like it much! Their dissonant era is getting tedious, it feels like a glass of water in a cold winter night!