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The Aphex Twin*Digeridoo

Label:R & S Records – RSUK 12, Outer Rhythm – RSUK 12
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:IDM, Techno, Acid

Tracklist

Black Side
A1Digeridoo (Analogue Bubblebath 2)7:10
A2Analogue Bubblebath 14:45
Silver Side
B1Flaphead6:58
B2Phloam5:30
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Notes

Just like the CD issue of this release, Phloam is mislabeled as Isoprophlex on this release. Only the original Belgium 12" contains Isoprophlex, but does not have Analogue Bubblebath 1. The original Belgium pressing is also the only release of this with the correct tracklist printed on it and they ordered it differently than on the UK 12" and CD.

Published by R&S/Rhythm King Music
℗ & © 1992 R&S Records.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016026 243128
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): RSUK 12 A¹ DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): RSUK 12 AA¹ DAMONT

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Digeridoo (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)R & S RecordsRS 9201Belgium1992
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Digeridoo (CD, Single)R & S Records, Outer RhythmRSUK 12CDUK1992
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Digeridoo (12", Promo)R & S Records, Outer RhythmRSUK 12UK1992
Digeridoo (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)R & S RecordsRS 9201Belgium2001
New Submission
Digeridoo (4×File, FLAC, Reissue)R & S RecordsRS9201DBUK2010

Reviews

  • Flip_Sides...'s avatar
    Edited 3 years ago
    We saw a spritely young Richard in Preston Ritzys circa 1992 after John Peel had played this tune on Radio 1. We turned up and danced till 29 minutes later he'd blown the rubbish speakers off the wall with his top notch kit. Thats when we all sat down and Richard ate that orange and afterwards we all went home.
    • djrobovw1's avatar
      djrobovw1
      Edited 10 years ago
      this tune is repetative, but theres something about it,, its wicked,, puts a grin on ya face... 1 of my faves from the time... always reminds me of crock dundee for some reason... lol mad..
      • swar76's avatar
        swar76
        Edited 15 years ago
        Do you know the feeling just before take-off? You don't really feel comfortably, but a few moments later you're airborn. A pleasant feeling emerges and you start to enjoy the ride.

        "Didgeridoo" does this with me every time I hear this record. This track confuses you at the start, but then lifts you up and guides you towards the moon (or do I prefer the Red Planet?).

        Great sounds of a didgeridoo (the music instrument of the Aboriginals) are combined with great percussion and towards the end spooky strings and sounds. "Richard D. James" at his best.

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