Born Ruffians Milkman/To Cure A Weakling Child 5:30
Jimi Tenor Japanese Electronics 5:26
Maximo Park* When 3:34
Tim Exile A Little Bit More 4:04
Rustie Midnight Drive 3:39
Luke Vibert LFO 5:48
Autechre What Is House? (LFO Remix) 4:26
Russell Haswell Cabasa Cabasa 4:51
Clark* So Malleable 4:58
Diamond Watch Wrists Fool In Rain 5:30
Hudson Mohawke ft. Wednesday Nite Paint The Stars 3:05
Mark Pritchard 3/4 Heart 7:13
Mira Calix With Oliver Coates In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country 6:16
Pivot Colorado 4:14
Bibio Kaini Industries 3:41
Jamie Lidell Little Brother 4:42
Leila Vordhosbn 5:01
John Callaghan Phylactery 5:35
Gravenhurst I Found The F 3:27
Plaid On My Bus 4:16
Seefeel Acrobat 4:03

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPCD20¹ Various Warp20 (Recreated)(2xCD, Comp) Warp Records WARPCD20¹ UK 2009 Sell This Version
BRC-242 Various Warp20 (Recreated)(2xCD, Comp) Beat Records BRC-242 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
none Various Warp20 (Recreated)(2xCDr, Comp, Promo) Warp Records none UK 2009 Sell This Version


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December 23, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Warp20 (Recreated), 2xCD, Comp, WARPCD20¹
Quite the mixed bag, but definitely including some really cool versions of classic warp tracks. My personal highlights, by Jimi Tenor, Rustie, Luke Vibert and Autechre, are all on cd1, but there are also some downright annoying tracks there. Be sure to skip the first track by Born Ruffians, as it really puts you off listening to the compilation. Disc 2 is a much more coherent affair, with all versions being on the folksy, indietronica side of things: gentle, introverted and melody-focused. No tracks really standing out, but a more pleasurable listening throughout.
To sum it up: the highlights are on disc 1, disc 2 is nicer as a whole, but all in all this most def isn't the strongest compilation in the Warp catalogue.


December 21, 2011
referencing Warp20 (Recreated), 2xCD, Comp, WARPCD20¹

What A Ridiculous Piece

of crap
(except tracks 1-7 and 2-10 which are little masterpieces)