Plaid ‎– P-brane EP

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Warp Records ‎– WAP158CD
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Coat 4:41
2 Diddymousedid 5:29
3 Stills 5:57
4 Mfaus 4:31
Video Eyen
Film Director [Directed By] – Jean Luc Chansay

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Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerPlaid

Notes

℗ 2002 Warp Records Limited
© 2002 Warp Records Limited
Made in England.

Incidental info:
Comes in a plain clear jewel case with no artwork but a clear sticker detailing title and tracklisting.

Enhanced content is the video 'Eyen'.

Some copies were shipped from Warpmart mail order with two identical circular stickers mimicking the CD silkscreen; three such stickers, along with a promotional poster for the Aphex Twin album Drukqs, can be seen in the movie 'Shaun of the Dead'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned from sticker): 801061915827
  • Barcode (Text from sticker): 8 01061 91582 7
  • Matrix / Runout: WAP158CD
  • Label Code: LC02070

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAP158 Plaid P-brane EP(12", EP) Warp Records WAP158 UK 2002 Sell This Version
none Plaid P-brane EP(CDr, Promo, EP) Warp Records none UK 2002 Sell This Version
WAP158CDD Plaid P-Brane EP(4xFile, FLAC, EP) Warp Records WAP158CDD UK Unknown

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scoundrel

scoundrel

February 6, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

For me, the P-BRANE EP delivers on all the promise that Plaid had after their debut album. Subsequent albums didn't have the same luster, but immediately, on "Coat," the complexity and musicality are back. The brightness of "Diddymousedid" also re-injects the sense of whimsy and fun that to some extent had faded from their work. "Stills" is much icier, but with a beautiful, drifting synth line, and the static that starts "Mfaus" quickly resolves into some frenetic digital electro. Plaid should always been this good.
jonathanchrist

jonathanchrist

October 11, 2003
Happy and intricate, and a little more intensely minimalist and aggressive toward the end. Not for those who like their music dark and nasty, and for those who find undersampling (an effect exploited quite a bit in the first track) annoying.
Beneffervescent

Beneffervescent

September 19, 2003
some people (though not the earlier posters) consider this a slight release, but i absolutely love it. the first time i heard plaid i thought they sounded fairly cheesy but something happened one damn where I fell in love with them... three of the four songs on the EP just knock me over.
TORQUE23

TORQUE23

May 5, 2003

The first track Coat is an f****** amazing stormer, very gritty and dirty with some lush strings that kick in after a few mins....I'm not too keen on the 2nd track, but thats just me. The last track needs to be longer, a lot longer.
kid4today

kid4today

April 26, 2003

one of plaids best releases i think, has a weird quality to it, in that on their own the tracks sound good, but listened to as a whole ep they sound fantastic, it becomes better than the sum of it's parts!
BioAssaultGroup

BioAssaultGroup

December 2, 2002
This is right up there, you can really here the new technology these guys must have laid their plaidy hands on in recent months as i listen to Trainer at least once a week and the some of the sounds do sound dated.
Well worth the money, it will make you smile.