Vibert / Simmonds ‎– Weirs

Rephlex ‎– CAT 016 CD
CD, Album


1 Tinned Teardrop 7:20
2 Path T'Zoar 13:24
3 Reservoir 19:19
4 (This Can) Robotic 5:41
5 Indel Rooks 11:19
6 Aple 4:30
7 Thing Bounces Back 12:21
8 Weirs 2:00
9 Submarine 2:56

Companies, etc.



℗+©1993 Rephlex

Issued in a standard jewel case with insert sheet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5027238001628
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): CAT 016 CD : 1:0 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2305

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 016 LP Vibert / Simmonds Weirs(2xLP, Album) Rephlex CAT 016 LP UK 1993 Sell This Version
SRCS 8602 Vibert / Simmonds Weirs(CD, Album, RE) Rephlex SRCS 8602 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
CAT 016 LP Vibert / Simmonds Weirs(2xLP, Album, Promo) Rephlex CAT 016 LP UK 1993 Sell This Version


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September 26, 2014

I really appreciate this production.


July 10, 2012

Luke Vibert and Jeremy Simmonds' first collaboration, WEIRS, yields dark, dense techno tinged with industrial percussion and the occasional hint of melody, as on the opener, "Tinned Teardrop." "Path T'Zoar," on the other hand, throws in a heavy, distorted beat, and doesn't let up the rough treatment. Luckily the long and rippling "Reservoir" dispenses with the beat altogether (suggesting where Vibert's ambient PHAT LAB. NIGHTMARE album could have come from). "(This Can) Robotic" veers into electro territory, while "Indel Rooks" and "Aple" start off with modulated tribal percussion, though they end up in different places. "Thing Bounces Back" has a nice shuffle to its winding harmonic and acid lines, while "Submarine" ends the album on a frantic note. A strange but excellent release.

January 3, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
If u're into D James's GAK stuff u'll probably love this amazing album by Vibert. Timeless tracks from the highest level and anno 2005 still one of my favourite Rephlex albums. Quality analog trickery, original beats as well as gloomy ambient. This music has a (general) rudimentary sound I've never heard again on any other record. Very much recommended!