Luke Slater's 7th Plain* ‎– My Yellow Wise Rug

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Adapt And Go 4th
A2 Think City
A3 Bounderies
B1 Excalibur's Radar
B2 Doup
B3 Hectic Bag
C1 Rize And Be Wize
C2 Sender Of Humane Visions
C3 Shades Amaze
D1 The Boys Toy Drum
D2 It's Sandra's Favourite



Cover artwork has a Magic Eye image of 2 figures sitting opposite possibly meditating, while cubes triangles, spheres and a hoop with a baby flying inside it float around them.

Some copies also include a fold out poster.


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July 4, 2017
I remember (Mixmaster) Morris saying something along the lines of this album was for people who understand.


April 6, 2014
I have had this album since release and found The 4 Cornered Room to be my favourite but that has changed and I must say that Wise Rug is truly an amazing piece of work. I really recommend this is absorbed with quality headphones. In fact I don't think it's even fair to compare the two albums as they are totally different in terms of production, The 4 Cornered Room nodding to Detroit and My Yellow Wise Rug firmly rooted in IDM and mostly slower. Any way you look at it you have to own both if like me you remember the amazing mid nineties for some of the best IDM made...


March 29, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Not quite as fantastic as 'The Four Cornered Room' but it does still have a few fantastic tracks which are well worth having. Let's face it, 'Wise Rug' costs half what 4 Cornered Room does. I never managed to make out the face of Luke Slater on the cover or the poster. And thats 2 hours later! So Luke, when are you gonna make the next 7th plain LP? You told me on the platform at London Bridge that you were gonna do some more stuff like that!