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Rephlex ‎– DOG 037 EP
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Stereo


A Squarepusher Theme 6:20
B1 Theme From Goodbye Renaldo 6:02
B2 Deep Fried Pizza 3:50

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Released in a green die-cut sleeve with embossed "Rephlex" on top

[On label A:]
℗© 1996 Rephlex.

Recorded en Grenoble.

Made in England.

Track times are not given on release but were provided by timing the record.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A-side): DOG 037 EP / A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B-side): DOG 037 EP / B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A-side, etched): DOG 037 - A1 Pauls@ Porky's
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B-side, etched): DOG 037 - B1 I cannot be arsed with toilet humour
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, etched): PRm

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOG 037 EP Squarepusher Squarepusher Theme(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Rephlex DOG 037 EP UK 1996 Sell This Version


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April 17, 2012
For those unlucky enough to not have heard this release...


Squarepusher Theme is easy enough to find(if you are a fan of the man, you already have Feed Me Weird Things, right? RIGHT?!). An excellent track, no doubt.

But the two others are the standout tracks from 1996. "Goodbye Renaldo" shows a subtle restraint to Tom's frenetic skittering; it culminates in one of the best climaxes in any song I think I have ever heard; "Pizza" is a crazy jazz-inflected bass&drum workout; dig the end(4 to the floor!)!

Again, if you can find it, GET IT.


June 2, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
Don't believe the hype, Squarepusher was signed to Rephlex because Conumber was such a big hit in the UK. Every week for about a year Squarepusher was mentioned in NME, it was months after all the press and interviews that Rephlex finally signed him.

Nevertheless, Squarepusher Plays was a classic release. For those of you who don't know the release - Theme from Goodbye Renaldo is the standout. It shows off Jenkinson's subtle introverted side, before it explodes into a huge sonic epic. The last few minutes are the best part.


November 4, 2002

Well he did a few other albums for spymania and worm interface before this one. obviously "squarepusher theme" is from FEED ME WEIRD THINGS which is on Warp. The two tracks on the B-side were never released on CD except on a Japanese import of FEED ME. Other names which he went under prior to this record: Duke of Herringay and (wow) Tom Jenkinson. The Jenkinson 12" on Worm Interface is worth seeking out. As is the Dragon Disc (which I don't have!). Man, this stuff is so much better than what he's drudging out now...


October 31, 2002

To the best of my knowledge this is squarepushers first record.
He was signed to Rephlex after being heard playing bass live in a club, hence the
squarepusher monicker....