Label:Warp Records – WARPCD117
CD, Album, Repress
Style:IDM, Drum n Bass, Future Jazz, Experimental


2I Fulcrum3:31
3Iambic 9 Poetry6:55
550 Cycles8:33
7C-Town Smash1:29
9An Arched Pathway4:06
10Telluric Piece1:53
11District Line II8:33
14Tommib Help Buss2:10
15Every Day I Love2:36

Companies, etc.



Made In England.
℗ 2003 Warp Records Limited. © 2003 Warp Records Limited.

Incidental info:
Issued in a standard jewel case with clear tray and four page booklet.
Some copies include a small stiff card presenting previous Squarepusher releases.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 01061 01172 7
  • Barcode (String): 801061011727
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn LTD WARPCD117 03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: none
  • Label Code: LC02070

Other Versions (5 of 13)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Ultravisitor (CD, Album, Promo)Warp RecordsWARPCD117PUK2004
Ultravisitor (CD, Album, Limited Edition)Warp RecordsWARPCD117XUK2004
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Ultravisitor (2×LP, Album)Warp RecordsWARPLP117UK2004
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Ultravisitor (Special Edition) (2×CD, Album, Limited Edition)Beat Records, Warp RecordsBRC-82LTDJapan2004
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Ultravisitor (CD, Album, Promo)Beat Records, Warp RecordsBRC-82, noneJapan2004



  • AskeladdenBlack's avatar
    Quite a few of the tracks on this album are live recordings.
    • donotseemecricket's avatar
      Seriously tho, does anyone know the deal with the 3" CD containing the Japanese bonus tracks that came with this release?
      mine's housed in a little cardboard sleeve that says "Promo only - not for resale. 3WARPCD117"
      Everything else about the CD, case and artwork matches this release perfectly.
      I did buy it used. This 3" wasn't in all copies I'm guessing. Just seems weird it's not mentioned on the discogs page anywhere. and the japanese version has a regular 5" bonus disc.
      • donotseemecricket's avatar
        It took me several listens to really grasp it, and now that I have I'll just say…
        This album is a goddamned motherfucking MEISTERSTÜCK/MASTERPIECE
        Thank you so much for making this Mr Squarepusher, whoever you are.
        • lancelot323's avatar
          One could say that "Ultravisitor" is almost a return to form for TJ, but what form would that be? This is a man who defies description; no amount of pigeon-holing will ever work.

          After the intense electro-schizophrenia of his last two albums, "Ultravisitor" is a welcome change of pace. It isn't without its craziness (Menelec & District Line 2, I'm looking at you). But In between the 4000 BPM bangers we have "I Fulcrum", "An Arched Pathway", and "C-Town Smash" (which are all incredible bass workouts). "50 cycles" is more "F-Train" wankery(if you like hearing Tom rap what sounds like a physics textbook, this is for you). Then, to top it off, we have 2 incredibly beautiful pieces of classical-esque basswork with "Andrei" and "Every Day I Love".

          Highlights of the album are by far "Iambic 9 poetry" & "Circlewave". Worth the price of admission.

          Seek out the limited edition (comes with the 3" Ultravisitor EP(which includes the unheard track "Talk about you and me").
          • puppyrevenge-2009's avatar
            Edited 10 years ago
            My copy came with a 3" CD Square Window EP containing the tracks from the limited Japanese edition (5 tracks) complete with tiny cardboard picture sleeve?? its not listed on discogs. 3"CD Cat-- 3WARPCD117-
            • EcstaticEntropy's avatar
              Edited 17 years ago
              You can easily debate this as Jenkinson's best work to date. With gems like "Iambic 9 Poetry," "Circlewave," and "Ultravisitor," concatonated with live snippets of Tom jamming on his bass, this is a 79 minute album of pure genius. Get it any way you can.
              • radio.ethiopia's avatar
                Edited 19 years ago
                The tunes Ultravisitor and Circlewave are worth the cost of the CD alone. Be prepared for an out of body experience. Insanely sporatic drums and bass will make make your heart palpulate while your mind will forever dwell in this chaotic beauty by genius Thomas Jenkinson. 10/10


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