Label:Honest Jon's Records – HJRLP60
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Leftfield, Glitch, Techno, Experimental


A3Holy Water1:39
A4Marble Plexus4:42
A5Uriel's Black Harp2:27
B3Shadow From Tartarus5:26
C1Tree Of Knowledge4:09
C4Caves Of Paradise4:15
D1The Lord's Graffiti3:04

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByCGB*


Issued in a embossed cover.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 124 | A2: 125 | A3: 126 | A4: 130 | A5: 128
B1: 123 | B2: 120 | B3: 126
C1: 61 | C2: 120 | C3: 130 | C4: 120
D1: 124 | D2: 125 | D3: 128

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4047179644815
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): HJRLP 60 A CGB @ D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): HJRLP 60 B CGB @ D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): HJRLP 60 C CGB @ D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): HJRLP 60 D CGB @ D&M

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R.I.P (CD, Album)Honest Jon's RecordsHJRCD60UK2012
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R.I.P. (CD, Album)Honest Jon's Records50999 9 36325 2 7US2012
R.I.P (15×File, FLAC, Album, Stereo)Honest Jon's RecordsHJRCD60UK2012
  • NeverPleased's avatar
    Flawless pressing, no noticeable surface noise. A great album in a great discography!
    • thomas.l.richmond's avatar
      Fucking Fantastic! I'd leave it there, but I must have at least 10 words.
      • ben.nelsen's avatar
        Actress is an artist I've always noticed in the record bins I'm flipping through. I knew at some point I would give him a listen. Well, I finally dove into his catalog, starting with this album. It's too early for me to compare with his other work, but off the bat, I am in love with this album. Even more so, what drove me to make a post here is the track "N.E.W." Is there anything more rewarding in life than the discovery of a new favorite song? The kind of work that absolutely burrows its way into your life, leaving you completely mesmerized and shocked that it knocked you off course for that duration. Suspended in some sort of harmonious limbo or purgatory. Unaware of a beginning or end but captivated in the melancholy of now.
        • Jupiterslegacy's avatar
          My copy sounds great, not much surface noise that i noticed.
          • lauren_diz's avatar
            Five years later, this one hits me. Another commenter said it's a "listening" album in that you need to sit down and focus on it. I think it is more striking when it creeps up on you and into your subconscious ear. Since there is no normal, pronounced beat, focused listening feels too forced for this one. Your ear needs to lose track of what it expects to hear and some type of distraction helps this one hit on a deeper level of listening.
            • deepsquid96's avatar
              solid release. great artwork too. anyone got any ideas what the cover look like?? reminds me of something and i can't quite put my finger on it. it looks like those weird shapes that u can make on windows paint..
              • anemiac's avatar
                Actress' masterpiece: "at least 10 words must be entered" - Discogs
                • MAWW's avatar
                  Hands down the best Actress album to date.
                  • fergus222's avatar
                    So it's been just over a year since i bought this last record store day and added the release to the discogs database. Now this album is something that i don't listen to particularly often, but when i do i find myself having to sit down and listen to it from start to finish, often smiling to myself once it has come to an end. To echo previous comments this is definitely a 'listening' album rather than an in-cohesive collection of songs or dj tracks - and a great listening experience at that.
                    • steady-j's avatar
                      I found a second hand but mint copy of this in my local record shop. Not being familiar with Actress' other work, the one exception being the remix of Panda Bear in Bleep 100 of 2011, I passed it up a few times. But after reading these reviews here I decided it to pick it up and boy am I glad I did. If you take the recent "warehouse" sound where the left-fields of techno and UKG merged a couple of years back, then play through a lens of Basic Channel-esque treatment (fuzz and atmosphere, less is more, implied rather than explicit tempos) then maybe you get somewhere close to what is going on here. And anyone who likes Burial must hear "Caves of Paradise". thank you Actress, and thank you fellow Oggers.



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