Global Goon ‎– Afterlife

Rephlex ‎– CAT 057 EP
Vinyl, 12", EP

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A1 Afterlife
A2 Afterlife (Spidermix)
Remix – Spider (31)Written-By, Producer – Miranda From Spider
A3 Woo
B1 Logger
B2 Balloon
B3 Fin


  • Performer [All Tracks By]Global Goon (tracks: A1, A3 to B3)


℗© 1997 Rephlex
Made in England and distributed by Vital/Charged.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 50 27238 0057 6 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): CAT 057 EP - A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): CAT 057 EP - AA1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 057 EP Global Goon Afterlife(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Rephlex CAT 057 EP UK 1997 Sell This Version
CAT 057 CD Global Goon Afterlife(CD, Maxi) Rephlex CAT 057 CD UK 1997 Sell This Version


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August 21, 2018
edited 3 months ago
I have to agree with GalaxyExplorer with regards to this release - It is some of the best material that Global Goon has put out. My personal favourite track on this EP is 'Woo', which incorporates a cascading synth line, a brilliant set of harmonic chords which simmer with analogue warmth, a rolling beat which lapses into a set of punchy staccato kicks and a percussive sound which resembles a ball bearing sliding down a steel runner. The rest of the EP provides an equally interesting take on melodic IDM which is both fun and engaging on multiple levels. A 4/4 rhythm introduces itself on the final track (Fin) hinting at the acid explorations that Global Goon would indulge in on later releases. I'm always reminded of the sort of tight percussive sounds produced by the Yamaha RX11 when I listen to this EP, but it doesn't really matter what the source of the beats are at the end of the day, as they simply form part of a perfectly executed run of brilliantly crafted electronic tunes courtesy of Johnny Hawk.


April 13, 2011

I'm surprised by the low rating of this album. I think it's the best thing he's done. Six tracks of highly-melodic, rhythmically-complex IDM. It totally fits the style of Rephlex back in the day, bearing just the right amount of goofy. As a result, it's among the label's all-time best releases.