SquarepusherFeed Me Weird Things

Label:Rephlex – CAT037LP, Rephlex – 037LP
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Acid, Drum n Bass, IDM, Jungle


A1Squarepusher Theme6:18
A3The Swifty5:15
B1Dimotane Co4:53
B2Smedleys Melody2:30
B3Windscale 26:34
C1North Circular6:05
C2Goodnight Jade2:42
C3Theme From Ernest Borgnine7:52
D1U.F.O.'s Over Leytonstone6:33
D3Future Gibbon2:16

Companies, etc.



Everything by Thomas Jenkinson except for cover helped by Johnny Clayton.

Durations not mentioned on release.

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 5027238003714
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CAT 037 LP - A1 PR-M K
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CAT 037 LP - B1 PR-M K
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): CAT 037 LP - C1 PR-M J
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): CAT 037 LP - D1 PR-M H

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Feed Me Weird Things (CD, Album)RephlexCAT037CDUK1996
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Feed Me Weird Things (CD, Album, Promo)RephlexCAT037CDUK1996
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Feed Me Weird Things (2×LP, Album, White Label)RephlexCAT 037 LPUK1996
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Feed Me Weird Things = フィード・ミー・ウィアード・シングス (CD, Album)RephlexSRCS 8323Japan1997
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Feed Me Weird Things = フィード・ミー・ウィアード・シングス (CD, Album, Picture Label)RephlexSRCS 8323Japan1997
  • zevulon's avatar
    Just a small head to head comparison, and that on Tundra, as three users have commented on that track.
    I did listen to the remaster on headphones and I could hear no clipping or any other anomaly to speak of.
    However, comparing it to the original vinyl from 1996, the remaster has a more pronounced / separated drum sound, as if not only more separated, but also louder than the original mastering. The bass on the other hand is much richer and full on the original as opposed to the remaster, where it hasn't been as cared for as the drums.
    To my ears, the original sounds better than the remaster.
    • xBenci's avatar
      got a repressed vinyl and I can't seem to find the download code. did I lose it or is it somehwre hidden in the booklet?
      • kapervisser's avatar
        anyone here (with high-end system) ending up purchasing another copy - copys because of the noisy parts included ? I am asking myself is it worth buying another one !
        • wuwazz's avatar
          Extraordinary lp.

          Quality is good, but a little background noise is audible during the quieter parts.

          Can anyone confirm this (maybe it’s only my copy, and other presses are deadly silent)?
          • nik's avatar
            So, a bit of back story. I have been attempting to get more into the streaming thing rather than playing my self made recordings of my vinyl in my car. Driving back from Glasgow a couple of nights ago, wondering what I wanted to listen to, it came to mind I hadn't listened to my old fave Squarepusher for a while. I looked him up, but this album isn't on Spotify yet.

            That surprised me, as this was his best work in my opinion. I think I listened to it non-stop in '96! So I had to give it a spin when I got home, and also check out the Discogs entry. First of all, listening to this again after some years, it has not lost any shine. Some amazing tracks on here. Listening to the intro of Tundra sent huge fuzzy shivers down my spine. Squarepusher Theme, North Circular, Theme From Ernest Borgnine, U.F.O.'s Over Leytonston - all amazing. The Swifty is still my personal fave, dub jazz drum and bass, amazing playing and programming and feel.

            Another shock is this hasn't been reissued on vinyl to date (Sept 2018). This release is for sure up there for me for a top 10 album to put on a good vinyl system, crank it up, sit back, and soak it in.
            • v1bertizm
              This is prime time Squarepusher. Hard Normal Daddy and Feed Me Weird Things are two albums that I don't think in all these years Tom has surpassed (and both have, let's say, questionable names for albums, don't you think?) . His newer works just don't reflect his creativity in the correct way. FMWT is a bit darker than Hard Normal Daddy but does not lack in the insane drum programming and Amen chopping. The track Tundra is my favourite Squarepusher track to date, at the time I'd heard nothing like it. Around this time Tom had wanted to bring drum 'n' bass / jungle to a much darker psychedelia and nothing screams his motives more than Tundra. This gloomy vibe is not continued so much throughout the album but this allows for tracks like Theme From Ernest Borgnine, which has a much lighter lead and almost flowing drums - I always feel like this track describes an escape from a gushing river. Fantastic album. If you find it for a good price on vinyl grab it and run.
              • Bloni3's avatar
                This and Big loada are still my faves.. Port Rhombus is also very good.. It saddens me to see the kind of music he is making now, but everyone moves on.
                • animalsound's avatar
                  This is what I call a powerful album.
                  Feed me with weird things is one of my favourite release from Squarepusher. Classic
                  • makisgroove's avatar
                    Great "broken sixteenth-note" drum stuff!! Some music like this on vinyl is a VALUE...let's 'try' it...
                    • pkrpmusic's avatar
                      A bit of a landmark album, truth be told. Head straight for side C and the skittery headmash, "North Circular" - truly one of the best technical rhythms laid on vinyl of all time. Future Jazz? who cares....and the rest of the album ain't too far behind either. My mint copy is staying in my collection!



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