Universal Indicator ‎– Universal Indicator Green

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Rephlex ‎– SH-101
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Green
Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Green
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Green
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Tracklist

U1 Untitled 10:17
U2 Untitled 2:09
K1 Untitled 6:42
K2 Untitled 6:05
A Untitled 8:02
C1 Untitled 3:50
C2 Untitled 1:51
C3 Untitled 5:10
I Untitled 2:54
D Untitled 3:40

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Notes

12" (U/K), 10" (A/C) and 7" (I/D) triple vinyl set, spelling out UK ACID.

Comes in Rephlex plastic bag.

A Porky Prime Cut.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching U): SH-101-EP-U1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching K): SH-101-EP-K1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): SH-101-10-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching C): SH-101-10"-C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching I): SH-101-I1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching D): SH-101 D1

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

December 7, 2016
edited 9 months ago
To be pretty frank here...
You are better off spending your hard earned drug money on some of the other releases on Rephlex..
I personally would rather spend it on some of the other releases in the Universal Indicator series...
Far better sounds on them!...
This seems a bit of a gimmick from Limerick of which I'm sure RDJ is once again having a giggle...
He could have thrown in a t shirt or couple of 10p sweetie mix bags! Or maybe a half eaten Cornish pasty straight from the local tin mine?...
The choice is yours...
Its up to you I guess... ;)
julian.ridge.7

julian.ridge.7

December 2, 2014
I bought this ten years ago or more second hand and bizarrely someone had written on all of the discs this is what it said:

12"
U - 45 rpm
K - 45rpm, cushioned wave impact, get's more complex

10"
A - 33rpm, Rubber band
C - 33rpm, Over the Sea, Acidic Squiggle

7"
I - 45rpm, is it phart?
d - 45rpm, ghosties

Weird? Any one know where these titles might have cone from?
K-unik21

K-unik21

July 3, 2012

this is collector 3 ep colors green
bomb acid
MickWoo

MickWoo

December 16, 2003

This is a superb 3 disc set. The 12" and 7" play at 45rpm but the 10" plays at 33rpm. Most of the tracks are in your face pounders similar to UI Red but personally I think these sound better as there's more going on. Particularly with the relentless percussion. The 12" has one rather uninspiring track that sounds like a dodgy slap bass funk thing, not really in keeping with the rest of the music. The second track on the 7" is beatless and is just soaring synth noise kind of like whale calls.

This set is generally attributed to being Richard D James (Aphex Twin) under the production guise of Tan-09.

The 'We are the music makers' website goes on to suggest that he is responsible for the 12" and 10" but the 7" is Grant Wilson-Claridge (Co-founder of Rephlex records).

The 'All Music Guide' website also states that James produced the 12" and 10" but attributes the 7" to Mike Dred (Kosmic Kommando) who is also rumoured to have produced UI Blue and UI Yellow.