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Aphex TwinCheetah EP

Label:Warp Records – WAP391
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, IDM

Tracklist

Program
A1CheetahT2 (Ld Spectrum)
A2CheetahT7b
A3Cheeta1b ms800
A4Cheeta2 ms800
Function
B1Cirklon3 (Колхозная Mix)
B2Cirklon1
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Printed on back cover sticker:
BMG / Chrysalis
Written & produced @ the Dandelion Spaceship (pre-Syro)
℗ 2016 Warp Records Ltd © 2016 Warp Records Ltd
Warp.net / Records
WARP logo / Aphex Twin logo / MITDR Logo™️
Aphex is a registered trademark of Aphex Systems Ltd and is used by permission
Made in EU

Printed on label, Side A:
Aphex Twin Function B1-B2. is on the other side

Printed on label, Side B:
Please flip disc over to access WAP391 Aphex Twin Program A1-A4.

Printed on spine:
Aphex Twin Cheetah EP

Printed on download card:
Aphex Twin Cheetah EP

Other notes:
Glossy inner sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker, Text): 0 801061 93911 3
  • Barcode (Sticker, Scanned): 0801061939113
  • Barcode (Sticker, String): 801061939113
  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN BG28587-01 A¹ WAR̷P391 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): BG28587-01 B² WAP391 B

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  • defendergroove's avatar
    Edited 7 months ago
    Great EP! It's perfect for me, the tracks ,the Cover and the fact it is no 2x12inch. I an a fan of 1x12 inch
    records cause it's more easy to handle.
    • honicz's avatar
      honicz
      Edited 11 months ago
      I really like the artwork of this release. I know the font is supposed to be a homage to the Cheetah "Sweet Talker" speech synth chip from the 80s ( https://thevinylfactory.com/news/aphex-twin-cheetah-ep-vinyl-cassette-artwork/ ), but seems to have been "nicked" before - just came across the exact same font (and turquoise background) in the artwork of a 1990 jazz album: https://www.discogs.com/Horace-Silver-The-Natives-Are-Restless-Tonight/master/1134061
      Very pleasing to the eye.
      • MPthreessuck's avatar
        MPthreessuck
        Pretty much all of this release is similar to tracks on his 200+free soundcloud archive that he released a few years back for free. Oh well I have it physically, though it's pretty damn ugly!
        • Barf_LoneStarr's avatar
          Some of it is a little uninspired, but it's a nice, chill listen. Worth picking up if you're paying less than $20 for it.
          • DogsCollection's avatar
            Just a heads-up, the silver printing on the front cover is starting to come out from too much handling, keep your hands off of it
            • meltdog's avatar
              meltdog
              great video, and back story to it, would have loved to see a joystick on the sleeve ;)
              • flipget26's avatar
                flipget26
                Good EP, but sad me, because no this EP on vinyl seven track(digital) 2x202 st5.
                • stonetheman98's avatar
                  Especially after the release of Collapse, I feel this is a nice, low-key listen after the chaos that is the Collapse EP. Also, give side A a good listen on 45 rpm, though the original speed is nice too. My pressing has no defects that I can tell too.
                  • electronikad's avatar
                    electronikad
                    I love this EP, I think it's the best thing he's released since the 90's, though one of the tracks is awfully similar to Pissed up in SE1 from Analord 2 but that's not a bad thing. Thanks Richard!
                    • Feldman's avatar
                      Feldman
                      A solid low-key acid EP from RDJ. Nothing mind blowing, just one of those eps it’s nice to have and forget about, then re-discover every few years. Enjoying it more now than I did at the time, post-Syro.

                      To my ears it sounds fairly obvious that side A is 45 rpm and B is 33 rpm. I know it’s techno so theoretically can be played at any speed, but you can still tell when a track sound too fast or slow to have come out of the various machines like that, especially the drums on side B which sound fake at 45rpm.