Squarepusher ‎– Be Up A Hello

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Warp Records ‎– WARPLP309
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Tracklist

A1 Oberlove 3:49
A2 Hitsonu 4:10
A3 Nervelevers 5:28
A4 Speedcrank 5:50
A5 Detroit People Mover 4:22
B1 Vortrack 5:25
B2 Terminal Slam 4:53
B3 Mekrev Bass 7:07
B4 80 Ondula 5:40

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Dedicated to Chris Marshall
6.3.74 - 6.3.18

Limited first edition album.
Laser die cut sleeve.
Four inserts.
Download account code.
Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Sticker)): 801061030919
  • Matrix / Runout: WARPLP309 A BJ 86210-01 A2 BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout: WARPLP309 B BJ 86210-01 B2

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPCDD309 Squarepusher Be Up A Hello(9xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD309 UK 2020
WARP309 Squarepusher Be Up A Hello (Bonus Track Edition)(12xFile, WAV, Album) Warp Records WARP309 2020
WARPCD309 Squarepusher Be Up A Hello(CD, Album, MP) Warp Records WARPCD309 UK 2020 Sell This Version
WARP309 Squarepusher Be Up A Hello (Bonus Track Edition)(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARP309 2020
BRC-624 Squarepusher Be Up A Hello (Bonus Track Edition)(CD, Album) Warp Records, Beat Records BRC-624 Japan 2020 Sell This Version

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cartrox

cartrox

February 11, 2020
the squarepusher album i've been wanting for a while. the first two tracks are nice, but then the album just gets better and glitchier as it goes on. i love how mekrev bass incorporates stuff from the "fracture" remix of vortrack. i also love how the track sounds like the drums are about to literally fall apart, slowing in tempo slightly while the track chugs on behind them, then speeding back up. ugh. love it. reminds me a ton of steinbolt off of UV. also was not expecting some excellent forays into ambient at the end of each side, so those two were a nice touch!

i personally love the packaging. the diecut sleeve is great, the prints are amazing (love that one with tom with the crystal lmao) and yeah the LP sounds amazing. even if the LP is quiet, the dynamics are still on point and the highs and lows are still nice and balanced! plus, i guess having it on a single LP as opposed to double keeps the price down, so thanks tom!!
Karichkin

Karichkin

February 7, 2020
edited 20 days ago
good music, but something prevents you from falling in love with this album, perhaps because sqrpshr recorded his best album in 1996 and nothing better can be thought of
deltr0n

deltr0n

February 7, 2020
This sounds amazing on my setup even with adjusting the eq on my receiver. The packaging is pretty neat but minimal.
Tochir0

Tochir0

February 3, 2020
edited 25 days ago
If you like Squarepusher you will like this record. The LP seems a bit quiet, likely due to the long run time being squashed onto 1 LP. I had my (normally beefy) headphone amp mashed to the max. It would have been nice to have this on 2 LPs but the mastering is pretty good otherwise.
mijajo

mijajo

February 1, 2020
haven't listened to the album yet but hey just came back from his show at Berghain and wow, this HAS to be good
h3ndrix

h3ndrix

January 31, 2020
Found the dynamics to be quite limited on the first side. Listening to side two seems to show a good baseline of what 'quiet' is.
the.knight

the.knight

January 31, 2020
edited 28 days ago
this is probably the best squarepusher album yet! super heavy fun
aphexacid

aphexacid

January 30, 2020
First off, I’m shocked I got this 3 days before release day. I have NEVER gotten an early release. I alway end up getting the record late if anything.

Pretty decent album. Came In a resealable bag like MOV records do. The download card is for a 12 track wav/mp3/flac that includes from the EP Vortrack Remix (which is think is the best track), Vicsynth1.3 Test Track 1, and a long megamix.

Acid, hi speed dnb, with the old school SP razzle dazzle.

The packaging is killer btw.
5N1PPY

5N1PPY

January 30, 2020
edited 27 days ago

Super neat and minimal packaging (though I wished the little prints were in their own sleeve separate from the record) and flawless sounding vinyl. Good dynamics (though I don't know if it matters much since the record is consistently loud), zero surface noise, and bangs like no other. Album is also excellent too, easily Squarepusher's best album in years.