Four Tet ‎– Everything Ecstatic

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Mastered at Abbey Road
Published by Chrysalis
Thanks to Hot Chip for the sound from their drum machine

p&c 2005 Domino Recording Co Ltd
Made in the EU

Packaging: jewel case with clear tray and glossy 12-panel leporello insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5034202015420
  • Matrix / Runout: [Lynic logo] WIGCD154 SP 67443 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA07
  • Label Code: lc10192
  • Rights Society: biem/mcps

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOMDVD003 Four Tet Everything Ecstatic(DVD-V, Album + CD, Album) Domino DOMDVD003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
none Four Tet Everything Ecstatic(DVDr, DVD-V, Promo) Domino none UK 2005 Sell This Version
SNSCD0003 Four Tet Everything Ecstatic(CD, Album) Domino, Speak N Spell, Universal Music Australia SNSCD0003 Australia & New Zealand 2005 Sell This Version
DNO 79 Four Tet Everything Ecstatic Films & Part 2(CD + DVD-V) Domino USA DNO 79 US 2006 Sell This Version
wiglp154x Four Tet Everything Ecstatic(LP, Album + LP, S/Sided, Album, Etch + CD, Album +) Domino wiglp154x UK 2005 Sell This Version



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February 21, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This is a much more aggressive release than I expected from Keiran Hebdan, the reigning king of folktronica, which is obvious from the first track “A Joy,” a big beat banger aimed somewhere between the beginning of Chemical Brothers’ “Come With Us” and Squarepusher’s more ambient insanity. Only “Sleep, Eat Food, Have Visions” goes a little overboard when it busts out all tribal techno three minutes in. The rest of this album is the sound of a producer hitting his stride in the studio and continuing to grow as an artist with every succeeding release. For the most part, this album is Hebdan’s usual mix of eclectic instruments, worldly beats, and static production only classier than ever before with more attention paid to DJs and the night crowd than indie café patrons. Everything Ecstatic harkens back to the passion of the old school raver days while evolving to relevant. You’ll be hard pressed to find a Four Tet fan who doesn’t think this is his most entertaining release yet.