Various ‎– United Mutations (Lo Recordings Vol 3)

Lo Recordings ‎– LLP 03
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Barbed Vibrators
Written-By, Producer – Barbed
A2 Luke Vibert Controlling Transmission
Written-By, Producer – Luke Vibert
A3 The Sycophants Second
Written-By, Producer – G. Jamois*
A4 Spring Heel Jack Sweep
Written-By, Producer – Wales*, Coxon*
A5 UI Out
Written-By – Liquid Liquid
B1 The Mellowtrons I Want You So Mad Because You're Bad
Written-By, Producer – L. Walker*
B2 Wormhole* Headbanger
Written-By, Producer – Wormhole*
B3 David Kristian Strange Mountaineers
Written-By, Producer – David Kristian
B4 Tortoise Why We Fight (D Version)
Remix [Remodelled By] – Darryl*Written-By, Producer – Tortoise
B5 The Sycophants Fourth
Written-By, Producer – G. Jamois*, T. Chant*
C1 Margoo Villain
Written-By, Producer – Paulo Margoni
C2 Infrastructure (2) & Thurston Moore Yvonne/Thaw
DJ Mix – Tye*Mixed By [Additional Ambience] – Jamois*, Chant*Written-By – Infrastructure (2), Thurston Moore
C3 Newt Epsilon Boot
Producer – MLOWritten-By – Newt
C4 Stick Basin Pin
Written-By, Producer – Barry Andrews, Bruce Mcrae, Carlo Asciutti*, Mark Raudva
D1 Mike Flowers Pops vs. Aphex Twin Debase
Producer – The Aphex Twin*Written-By – M. Roberts*, R. James*
D2 Echo Park Razor Kiss
Guitar – Sarah PeacockSampler [Beats] – Daren SeymourVoice – Wendy HarperWritten-By – Seymour*, Tye*, Peacock*, Wilson*, Harper*
D3 Luke Vibert & UI Unknow
Written-By – UIWritten-By, Producer – Vibert*
D4 The Sycophants Third
Written-By, Producer – G. Jamois*, T. Chant*

Companies, etc.



A5 performed live by UI.
Compiled by Jay@Nodes.

All tracks published by copyright control except:
A4: C.C. / Redemption
B4: Rough Trade
D1: W.I.M.P/Chrysalis

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021904 053317
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): LLP 03 - A -JTS-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): LLP 03 - B -JTS-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): LLP 03 - C -JTS-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): LLP 03 - D -JTS-



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October 28, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
A very fine album of out-there textures. Clever but un-selfconscious with lots of rhythm-swerve, melody, and the odd bit of sexy mayhem. Every track could fit in at some sort of party, yet every one can be enjoyed alone. It's the business.