Luke Vibert ‎– YosepH

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Tracklist

Liptones 4:01
Synthax 4:32
Freak Time Baby 2:54
Countdown 3:32
Nok Tup 4:05
I Love Acid 4:19
Ambalek 2:52
Acidisco 5:08
Stan D'Infamy 3:16
YosepH 3:33
Slowfast 4:30
Snapdance 4:13
Harmonic 4:33

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WarpLP112 Luke Vibert YosepH(3x12", Album) Warp Records WarpLP112 UK 2003 Sell This Version
WarpLP112 Luke Vibert YosepH(3x12", Album, TP, W/Lbl) Warp Records WarpLP112 UK 2003 Sell This Version
WarpCD112 Luke Vibert YosepH(CD, Album) Warp Records WarpCD112 UK 2003 Sell This Version
BRC-83 Luke Vibert YosepH(CD, Album) Warp Records, Beat Records BRC-83 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
BRC- 83 Luke Vibert YosepH(CD, Album, Promo) Beat Records BRC- 83 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
WarpCD112P Luke Vibert YosepH(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records WarpCD112P UK 2003 Sell This Version

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Supermike

Supermike

July 14, 2015
referencing YosepH, 3x12", Album, WarpLP112

Anyone have a problem with the track Dthree? Mine jumps since i bought it new...
alessiomagenta

alessiomagenta

May 4, 2015
edited 9 months ago
referencing YosepH, 3x12", Album, WarpLP112
This gentleman is a master in everything he does
+1
scoundrel

scoundrel

July 12, 2012
referencing YosepH, CD, Album, WarpCD112

Luke Vibert makes the move from Mo Wax to Warp with YOSEPH. And while "Liptones" sounds like an angry model stomping down a catwalk, "Freak Time Baby" blends together acid with Vibert's love of hip-hop beats. And is that a spittake that I hear on "Countdown"? But the sexy "I Love Acid" really takes the cake here. And just in case you can't get enough acid, "Acidisco" pours on the 303. "Slowfast" somehow lives up to its name, incorporating a slow beat with a frenzied acid line, while "Snapdance" keeps things loose and limber. "Harmonic" takes the album out on an electro note, keeping things, as always with Vibert, eclectic.
navalverde12

navalverde12

November 23, 2011
referencing YosepH, CD, Album, WarpCD112
If you had to pick one Luke Vibert album to get I would say this is it. This has a more laid back approach to acid which ends up being quite fun to listen too, and sometimes you forget how complex these tunes actually are. I Love Acid has turned into a bonafide classic, and the rest of the tunes are equally as hypnotic. All in all its pretty much what you would expect from Warp.
Nepthys

Nepthys

November 3, 2009
edited over 7 years ago
referencing YosepH, CD, Album, WarpCD112

Interesting collection of tunes on offer here from funky to experimental and back to funky again. Overall its a a good listening experience and can be a lot of fun at times too.

In my opinion it's worth it just for the sixth track, 'I Love Acid'. A funky and addictive 303 bassline with alien sounds layered on top and an effect laden voice extolling the many virtues of acid.

"I love acid TB-303 romance..."

TB-303 romance Indeed.
djarnie

djarnie

June 6, 2009
referencing YosepH, 3x12", Album, WarpLP112

On Acidisco, Luke Vibert has recreated a famous acid bass pattern. The 303 bass sounds identical to the one you hear on 1987 Tyree's anthem "Acid Over". Luke has done a great hommage to the original with this track, this is a real hard thing to remake an identical analog pattern. Luke seems to be a TB303 program master, he also recreated the great acid bassline of S'Express's Superfly Guy (Fluffy Bagel Mix) on his Wagon Christ alias track Sorry I Make You Lush.
reasonbeing

reasonbeing

January 17, 2004
referencing YosepH, CD, Album, WarpCD112

This is largely a collection of acid tracks that have steadily been collecting dust as they got rejected from Vibert's previous albums because labels think the 303 is tired... they were wrong. These tracks are unique and forward thinking, and the album is nicely textured so that you don't take it all in on the first listen, and becomes increasingly addictive with each pass.