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Autechre - EP7.1 mp3 album
Performer: Autechre
Title: EP7.1
Released: 1999
Country: UK
Style: Abstract, IDM, Experimental
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 601
Formats: ADX AU MP4 MOD RA MP3 AHX
MP3 size: 1587 mb
FLAC size: 1223 mb

EP7 to me is an amazing album by Autechre, and perhaps is in their top 3 to 4 albums along with LP5 & Chiastic Slide. Obviously it depends on what era Autechre you enjoy, but if you enjoy LP5 then I believe you'll love this album. This album took me a long time to appreciate, at first I thought nothing of it. It seemed like an album filled with ideas, not necessarily songs. However, out of all the Autechre releases this one has grown on me the most, as I've come to realise what this album is about  . Six years on and EP7 is still a strong contender as any of today's electronica, one wonders what direction Autechre will go next. Their releases up to now follow are consistent, it remains to be seen (or heard rather), if they come up with something less predictable.

EP7 to me is an amazing album by Autechre, and perhaps is in their top 3 to 4 albums along with LP5 & Chiastic Slide. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Label: Warp Records ‎– wapep7. Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP. Country: UK.

An EP of remixes of Incunabula's "Basscadet" was released in 1994, with animated computer graphics for the Bcdtmx version created by Jess Scott-Hunter. This music video featured on MTV Europe's Party Zone when Autechre were interviewed during the show in September that year  . 1995 saw the release of Tri Repetae, their third album, as well as the EPs Anvil Vapre and Garbage, featuring a monochrome cover designed by The Designers Republic, with whom Autechre have long held a close association. Autechre released three records in 1997: the full length Chiastic Slide, and the EPs Envane, and Cichlisuite (pronounced "sickly sweet"). The latter EP consists of five remixed versions of "Cichli" from Chiastic Slide.

The untitled fifth studio album by the British electronic music duo Autechre was released in 1998 by Warp Records. No title was printed anywhere within the artwork, so it is commonly referred to as LP5, in line with the later EP EP7; it has also been called Autechre, as well as Album, as listed on promotional copies

Released June 7, 1999. 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 it’s more than double the length of a normal EP (30 minutes). More Autechre albums. Show all albums by Autechre.

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 EP. and EP. The name of this EP prompted Warp Records to give the name LP5 to the previously released untitled album by the band. The fractal on the cover was designed with a circuit board designer. The minisite created by Warp also featured a fractal generator that would create new artwork similar to that featured throughout the liner notes.

Tracklist

A1 RPEG 6:00
A2 CCEC 4:57
A3 Squeller 4:37
B1 Left Blank 6:33
B2 Outpt 7:12

Credits

  • Mastered By – Frank Arkwright
  • Producer – Brown*, Booth*

Notes

White label promo with sticker giving tracklist (mistakenly lists "B3 - Dropp" which was crossed out before shipping). presented in a plan purple sleeve with a Warpmart sticker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
wapep7cd Autechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP) Warp Records wapep7cd UK 1999
INTD-90999 Autechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP) Nothing Records INTD-90999 US 1999
wapep7cd Autechre EP7 ‎(CD, EP) Warp Records wapep7cd UK 1999
wapep7.1 Autechre EP7.1 ‎(12", EP) Warp Records wapep7.1 UK 1999
wapep7.2 Autechre EP7.2 ‎(12", EP) Warp Records wapep7.2 UK 1999


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