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Who likes "Classics"?
 

offline artemis from Ghent (Belgium) on 2002-03-02 19:17 [#00109026]
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Me! What are your fav tracks on it?


 

offline shortcircuit from Red Ends (Germany) on 2002-03-02 19:25 [#00109028]
Points: 424 Status: Lurker



AB, Metapharstic


 

offline Laserbeak from Netherlands, The on 2002-03-02 19:28 [#00109029]
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Didgeridoo, Analogue Bubblebath are absolutely classics IMHO


 

offline corngrower from the fertile grounds of Iowa, w (United States) on 2002-03-02 19:58 [#00109042]
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I don't like the majority of the album, it's just not my
taste, but I do like the tracks Isopropanol, Polynomial-C,
and Analogue Bubblebath.


 

offline tunemx from Budapest (Hungary) on 2002-03-02 20:00 [#00109048]
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I like all the songs on it! It's really classic.


 

offline Darth manchu from Cambridge (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-02 20:35 [#00109081]
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Polynomial-C and analog bubblebath.

I prefer the caustic window compi though.


 

offline OK on 2002-03-02 20:57 [#00109093]
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i like both we have arrived.. digeridoo... anoaglogue
bubblebath... polynomial... isopropanol..


 

offline Darth manchu from Cambridge (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-02 20:59 [#00109095]
Points: 1897 Status: Regular



TAMPHEX!!!


 

offline Zombiekev from Ardmore (United States) on 2002-03-02 22:44 [#00109163]
Points: 2857 Status: Lurker



polynomial c


 

offline jingle from London (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-02 22:53 [#00109167]
Points: 502 Status: Regular



the remixes are a bit weak (he had to do them as a favour
for tom middleton) but all the original traks are lush:
quite good to listen to but if you actually play them at a
club you realise how good they are: the production is
actually perfect to play on large cabs so get a vinyl copy
now!!!!

jingle


 

offline Martytan from somewhere in upstate new york (United States) on 2002-03-02 23:01 [#00109169]
Points: 757 Status: Regular



I dont like classics very much... I only bought it because
it was 11 euros.


 

offline jingle from London (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-02 23:06 [#00109172]
Points: 502 Status: Regular



whats that in chocolate money?


 

offline raimons from Stockholm (Sweden) on 2002-03-02 23:30 [#00109186]
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i dont like the clssic ones. i like aphex from i care... and
til now


 

offline korben dallas from nz on 2002-03-02 23:45 [#00109196]
Points: 4605 Status: Regular



Metapharstic!

But they are all CLASSICS!! I don't mind them remixes (the
QQT/TTQ ones)


 

offline REFLEX from Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) on 2002-03-03 00:12 [#00109214]
Points: 8864 Status: Regular



I love Classics. All of them.


 

offline Archrival on 2002-03-03 01:06 [#00109253]
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polynomial C n Analouge bubblebath


 

offline corngrower from the fertile grounds of Iowa, w (United States) on 2002-03-03 02:17 [#00109278]
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I was just listening to on my headphones when I got home
stoned.

Isopropanol and Polynomial-C never fail to get my head
bobbin.


 

offline nacmat on 2002-03-03 02:37 [#00109300]
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I love classics
polynomial-c is my favourite
but i love all of them...AB is great too, and
dodecahedron...all of them


 

offline Canerfold from Minneappleseed (United States) on 2002-03-03 04:26 [#00109360]
Points: 385 Status: Lurker



18 beans


 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2002-03-03 08:23 [#00109655]
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classics is a fantastic album, and a MUST for any aphex
canon -- my favourite tracks are:

isopropanol
polynomial-C
tamphex (hedpguq mix)
dodeccaheedron
metapharstic


 

offline E-man from Rixensart (Belgium) on 2002-03-03 11:49 [#00109766]
Points: 3000 Status: Regular



love it - favs : tamphex, isopropanol, dodeccahedron, ab1,
polynomial-c, phloam, flangephace, it's all classics


 

offline DirtyPriest from Copenhagen (Denmark) on 2002-03-03 11:57 [#00109775]
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Not me!

analoque bubblebath is ok tho.


 

offline E-man from Rixensart (Belgium) on 2002-03-03 12:00 [#00109777]
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boooooooo...


 

offline Resident Evil from heat some coffee, mmm, mmm (Australia) on 2002-03-03 14:27 [#00109878]
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Great stuff, everythings great. Faves would be...

Isopropanol, Polynomial-C. Analogue Bubblebath 1,
Metapharstic, Tamphex, Flaphead...


 

offline Clic on 2002-03-03 16:37 [#00109954]
Points: 5232 Status: Regular



I cannot get into it.


 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2002-03-03 17:35 [#00109973]
Points: 24196 Status: Regular



to me, along with SAWII, it is THE oldstyle aphex album to
own


 

offline Darth manchu from Cambridge (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-03 17:54 [#00109987]
Points: 1897 Status: Regular



Totally. Get classics, i care, SAWII, RDJ and drukqs and see
how much of an artist he is.


 

offline flea from depths of your mind (New Zealand) on 2002-03-03 22:08 [#00110219]
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WE HAVE ARRIVED!!!


 

offline corngrower from the fertile grounds of Iowa, w (United States) on 2002-03-03 22:10 [#00110220]
Points: 4404 Status: Lurker



It's definetly good for what it is, all the hard hitting
beats and old synths


 

offline aron from saskatoon (Canada) on 2002-03-03 22:16 [#00110223]
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polynominal c!


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-08 16:09 [#02553798]
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tell you what Dodeccaheedron is a track that isn't given
enough credit


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 22:48 [#02554076]
Points: 3863 Status: Regular



metapharstic and dodecca, and isopropanol
those tracks are not really like any others that he's
done..
mbe a couple on the soundcloud dump get close to that vibe,
evil repetitive electronic funk. I tried to make a playlist
of tracks of his like that a while ago - it had Xepha and
Polygon window untitled on it - otherworldly tracks


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 22:52 [#02554077]
Points: 3863 Status: Regular



never heard what the fuss is about with Polynomial C


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 22:54 [#02554078]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular | Followup to steve mcqueen: #02554076



yeah xepha is ace and metapharstic


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 22:57 [#02554079]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular



yeah otherworldly is a good decription, reminds me of being
on a totally barren alien world, tunnel system or some sort



 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 23:04 [#02554081]
Points: 3863 Status: Regular



yeah, tunnel.. good tracks for concentrating to,focused


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-13 23:08 [#02554082]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular



yeah a lot of aphex early stuff reminds me of tunnels and
railway cuttings with bracken and moss hanging off, I really
don't know why


 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2018-06-13 23:46 [#02554090]
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happy to see I mentioned it by name in my original post....
16 years ago o_O


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 00:30 [#02554098]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular | Followup to marlowe: #02554090



you did! great minds think alike!


 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2018-06-14 00:37 [#02554099]
Points: 24196 Status: Regular | Followup to Hyperflake: #02554098



16 years ago... insane; hard to compute


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 00:48 [#02554105]
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yes it feels long ago and close to me simultaneously, its
weird I seem to be able to remember my childhood with better
clarity than when I was in my early 20s I was majorly
depressed back then everything is grey and merges together


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2018-06-14 00:52 [#02554108]
Points: 3035 Status: Regular



first aphex cd i bought with my own money, banging shit for
sure


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 00:54 [#02554109]
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I kind of miss going into virgin records and seeing all the
cds and big box computer games, don't miss the prices though



 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 01:06 [#02554111]
Points: 3863 Status: Regular



going in the big Virgin or Tower Records in London in the
90s! 30 quid and 30 minutes... ahhh brilliant


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 01:12 [#02554112]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular | Followup to steve mcqueen: #02554111



its a great feeling when they have something in you really
wanted


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 01:15 [#02554113]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular



its funny how quickly cds and physical media went obsolete,
I know hmv exists but its different, mostly dvds


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2018-06-14 01:29 [#02554121]
Points: 3035 Status: Regular



i got done for shoplifting from virgin when i was 13, most
of the cds were in that twatty anti-theft case they could
only open at the till though. hmv was the bonanza, got a
good grand's worth before I got nicked, haha


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 01:30 [#02554122]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular | Followup to belb: #02554121



what sort of stuff did you get?


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2018-06-14 01:41 [#02554126]
Points: 3035 Status: Regular | Followup to Hyperflake: #02554122



ooh loads, a lot of compilations like nukleuz hard house
anthems, notorious big, eminem's debut, missy elliot - da
real world (which i still rate), tlc, speed garage stuff,
more i forget now


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2018-06-14 01:43 [#02554128]
Points: 20782 Status: Regular | Followup to belb: #02554126



did you stick them all up your jumper?


 


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