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LFO / AFX - Untitled album

LFO / AFX - Untitled album

  • Performer: LFO
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Untitled
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Acid, Electro, Techno, IDM
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1442 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1330 mb
  • Other: RA DMF DXD VOC APE AC3 MIDI
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 101

Description

LFO, AFX - AFX at online store Music-bazaar.

AFX, LFO is an untitled, split 12" record released by Richard D. James under his AFX moniker, along with LFO.

Complete your LFO, AFX collection. The LFO tracks both leap out of your system, kick the shit out of you and leave you feeling grateful for the experience. The AFX tunes are better than some people make out, very minimal acidhouse that could have been made in the 80's. The highlight AFX tune would be NAKS 11 just for the pure 303 abuse and caffeinated claps. This release is not for everyone and will probably only find itself in the collections of avid fans of either producers. Rispondi Avvertimi 4 Helpful.

LFO & Aphex Twin. Flu Shot by LFO (Electronic) Lyrics. 4. Naks 11 by Aphex Twin Lyrics.

LFO is the debut album by American pop group LFO. It was released on August 24, 1999 under Arista Records. It has sold over . million copies worldwide and over 3 million singles. The album has two of the band's well known songs, "Summer Girls" and "Girl on TV", which was featured on The Amanda Show. Can't Have You" contains elements of "The Glow of Love", written by Wayne Garfield, Mauro Malavasi and David Romani. This 12" was exclusive to Warpmart. The record comes in a purple vinyl sleeve only, with no cardboard cover. This record is meant to be played at 45rpm. A song from each side of the record was featured on the soundtrack for the PlayStation Portable video game Wipeout Pure. Advance is the second studio album by British electronic music duo LFO, released 29 January 1996 by Warp. 46 Analord-Masplid" – 4:41.

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Tracklist

A1 LFO Flu-Shot [Kringlan] 3:49
A2 LFO Pathfinder 5:12
B1 AFX* 46 Analord-Masplid 4:41
B2 AFX* Naks 11 [Mono] 2:56

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 59307

Credits

  • Design – AFX*, LFO

Notes

Warpmart exclusive. 2000 copies.

Comes in a transparent lilac plastic cover.

Durations don't appear on release.

Artwork credit taken from Warp20 The Complete Catalogue.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 59307 1A WAP 195
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 59307 1B WAP 195

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAP 195 LFO / AFX* LFO / AFX* - Untitled ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Warp Records WAP 195 UK 2005

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Comments

Anayajurus Anayajurus
The LFO tracks both leap out of your system, kick the shit out of you and leave you feeling grateful for the experience. The AFX tunes are better than some people make out, very minimal acidhouse that could have been made in the 80's. I must say however that LFO's Flu-Shot is the best tune on this release and it's worth buying just for that. The highlight AFX tune would be NAKS 11 just for the pure 303 abuse and caffeinated claps. This release is not for everyone and will probably only find itself in the collections of avid fans of either producers.
Xal Xal
The latest "under the radar" release from Aphex Twin and LFO, this looks destined to become another of those records whose prime purpose is to be traded on ebay and have excuses made for it by Aphex diehards who wouldn't go near it were it by someone else. As a fan of Aphex myself, it's embarrassing to see his tracks so comprehensively blown out of the water by the two by LFO, who we all know he could eat for breakfast if he so wanted. "Naks Acid" is a deeply tedious and mercifully short scrag-end of a track which sounds like it fell under a bus on the way to the Universal Indicator sessions, while "46 Analord-Masplid" sounds like he's left some machines running while he's gone out for milk, only to trip up into his wheelie bin, and there he is now - listen to the beardy twat - bimbling and scrabbling about amidst the debris of his increasingly meaningless existence. This was the guy who used to set the bar so high for others. Remember those days? Boring, Richard. Boring. Stop making that boring face.
Inth Inth
Saying AFX could 'eat LFO for breakfast' is pretty immature and stupid. LFO was a big influence on both AFX and Squarepusher, any reviewer worth their salt should know this. And both of those AFX tracks are great, maybe repetitive acidhouse and techno isn't your thing, but that doesn't make them bad tunes, some of the best AFX stuff is repetitive abrasive techno without any gimmicks or sporadic breaks. So yeah, please stop personally attacking an artist just because you're too dull to appreciate different styles.