Power-Pill ‎– Pac-Man

Ffrreedom ‎– TABX 110, FFRR ‎– 869741-1
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A1 Pac-Man (Power-Pill Mix)
Mixed By – Power-Pill
A2 Pac-Man (Ghost Mix)
AA1 Pac-Man (Choci's Hi-Score Mix)
Engineer – Greg Williams (8)Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Choci
AA2 Pac-Man (Mickey Finn's Yum Yum Mix)
Engineer – Andy WhitmoreRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Mickey Finn*

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork [Aesthetic Realisation]AO (12)
  • Written-By, Producer, Arranged ByR. James*


Written, produced & arranged at Lannerlog Studios.
AA1 recorded at Monroe Production Co.
AA2 engineered at Greystoke Studios.
Pac-Man courtesy of Namco Ltd.

℗ 1992 London Records 90 Ltd.
© 1992 London Records 90 Ltd.
℗ 1992 Ffrreedom
Marketed in France by Barclay and in Germany by Metronome Music G.M.B.H.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by London Records 90 Ltd.

X-tra Life: Sam, Binary Pixel Hed, MT, Matt, Sass, Wally Vermouth, Amanda, D V 8, Hartismere 3, Lee and Michael, James Inc, Clayhill Collective, Deep Southwest Associated, Carl, Grant, Claire, Phonic BOD and my pituitary gland.

Although the labels say 33 RPM, this record is cut at 45 RPM. Mix title for A1 also given as "Powerpill Mix" on back sleeve and label.

London Records cat number variations:
869741-1: Rear artwork
869 741.1: Disc labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42286 97411 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): TABX 110 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): TABX 110 AA1
  • Label Code: LC 7654
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Distribution Code: BA 122

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TABMC 110, 869 740-4 Power-Pill Pac-Man(Cass, Single) Ffrreedom, London Records TABMC 110, 869 740-4 UK 1992 Sell This Version
PAC 1 Power-Pill Pac-Man(12", Promo, Yel) Not On Label PAC 1 UK 1992 Sell This Version
TAB 110, 869 740-7 Power-Pill Pac-Man(7") Ffrreedom, London Records TAB 110, 869 740-7 UK 1992 Sell This Version
TABCD 110, 869741.2 Power-Pill Pac-Man(CD, Single) Ffrreedom, London Records TABCD 110, 869741.2 UK 1992 Sell This Version


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October 21, 2017
Say what you will about the music, to each their own. The actual sound quality of this pressing is excellent. I found a copy in VG+/EX shape and it has almost no surface noise and no skips. No one DJd my copy.


August 3, 2016
There is a Master Room pressing of this in existence too, sort of a promo, I saw Carl Cox use one.


February 10, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Richards answer to Rhubarb & custard, Charly etc etc Aphex fans that take themselves to seriously should kinda like the (Ghost Mix) though but its basically a break and some typical Afx spooky chords with a pacman sample.
Choci & Finn mixes are decent enough 91/92 style remixes.


June 8, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Wanted to try B-Side at 33 (yes I know it's supposed to play at 45) and it sound surprisingly good !


August 31, 2013

This is Aphex Twin ... yes Aphex Twin!


November 20, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I don't agree the Choci and Mickey Finn mixes are stand-out tracks. The only thing they're doing is mashing up the original in a very strange way, I can't imagine someone could dance to this beats or enjoy listening them. Perhaps this release doesn't offer high quality Afx, but it's worth buying for the title track. The Caustic Window bassline mixed with the pacman sounds (Richard is a arcadefreak as you know) works pretty good. Recommended for Old School sets or just to remember the good old days.

March 14, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Just average a record. Why? Lack of soul, lack of depth, lack of labour (a good laugh it is however!). Highly overrated these days although mainly found in the sales bins 10 years ago. Sought after because this is Aphex Twin. Food for speculants (what's new?), AFX collectors or (real!) hardcore dj's (RIP) only.


December 16, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
A little known release from the Aphex Twin. Both the Choci and Mickey Finn mixes are the stand out tracks here, being decent early hardcore tracks. And yes despite the label both tracks should be played at 45 not 33.