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Autechre - EP7.2 Album

Autechre - EP7.2 Album
Title:
EP7.2
Performer:
Autechre
Style:
Abstract, IDM, Experimental
Catalog:
wapep7.2
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2234 mb
FLAC album size:
1216 mb
Genre:
Label:
Warp Records

Tracklist


1Zeiss Contarex6:33
2Pir3:31
3Maphive 6.18:18
4Dropp3:16
5Netlon Sentinel4:06
6Liccflii4:57


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
wapep7cdAutechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP)Warp Recordswapep7cdUK1999
INTD-90999Autechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP)Nothing RecordsINTD-90999US1999
wapep7cdAutechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP)Warp Recordswapep7cdUK1999
wapep7.1Autechre EP7.1 ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl)Warp Recordswapep7.1UK1999
wapep7.1Autechre EP7.1 ‎(12", EP)Warp Recordswapep7.1UK1999


Credits


  • Design [Uncredited]Autechre
  • Mastered ByFrank Arkwright
  • Producer [Production]Ae
  • Written-ByBrown, Booth


Notes


This version is very similar to Autechre - EP7.2, but it has no "MPO" stamped in the Matrix/Runout.

p+c 1999 Warp Records Ltd.
Published by Warp Music/Electric and Musical Industries.
Made in England.

Design credit taken from the Warp20 Complete Catalogue.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text, cover): 5 021603 120082
  • Barcode (Text, spine): 5021603120082
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): WAP EP 7-02 C-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): WAP EP 7-02 D-1-1-1-


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
  • Published By – Warp Music
  • Published By – Electric And Musical Industries


Album


EP7 is the 7th EP by the electronic music group Autechre, released by Warp Records on June 7, 1999. It is classified as an EP by the band despite being long enough to qualify as an album. The record was released in two parts on vinyl, named EP7. 1 and EP7. The name of this EP prompted Warp Records to give the name LP5 to the previously released untitled album by the band. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Review by Dean Carlson. As has been alluded to before in the first half of this release EP 7. 1, these two EPs show Autechre in a dangerous spot of continually trying to evade the populist dance world of the late '90s yet failing to evolve out of their own experimentalist rut. This second half fares a bit better, as luck would have it. With a groin-vibrating use of bass in dropp to the clever use of avalanching drum rolls in maphive 6. 1, the band show they have some sort of life left in them. Listen free to Autechre Ep7. 2 Dropp, Liccflii and more. 6 tracks 30:41. Ep7. Play album. Get album. Autechre pronounced awe-tek-er is English electronicIDM duo Rob Brown and Sean Booth, signed with Warp Records. Much of Autechre's music has a strong focus on complex rhythm and driving percussion, and more recently, on meticulous sequencing. Later work has been notably experimental and abstract, in contrast to the more club-friendly and conventional early 1990s releases. EP 7. Released June 7, 1999. EP7 Tracklist. Rpeg Lyrics. Ccec Lyrics. EP7 is, as the name implies, the 7th EP from Autechre, released on Warp Records in 1999. This release is classified by the duo as an EP, even though its more than double the length of a normal EP 30 minutes. EP7 Q&A. Producers Autechre. Writers Autechre. More Autechre albums. Show all albums by Autechre. EP7. Autechre 1999 11 Songs. Electronic . Disc IDs. Sean Booth UK electronic producer AutechreGescom and Rob Brown UK electronic producer AutechreGescom. recording of: Dropp. composer: Sean Booth UK electronic producer AutechreGescom and Rob Brown UK electronic producer AutechreGescom. publisher: EMI Music Publishing do not use as a release label and Warp Music Ltd. Warp Publishing. Autechre have, over the past few years, become one of the best- loved acts on the Warp roster, and with good reason. Their sound is distinctly their own- they generate the weirdest noises they can extract from their various pieces of analog and digital equipment, and turn it into a mindfuck of skittering madness. The problem with EP7 lies with its lack of diversity. These songs all sound reasonably similar, offering very little in the way of originality. It's hard to differentiate between the tracks, and after 20 minutes, it even begins to grate. On LP5, the songs were their own distinct entities, with each cut bringing something new to the table


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