From Britton James
Sent Wed, Oct 22nd 1997, 17:22
The Blech tape adds five songs and cuts one. After Plaid, the tape continues with Richard Kirk-World War 3 Autechre-Anvil Vapre Second Bad Vilbel B12-Scriptures The tape continues on like your LP, but replaces Aphex Twins Ventolin at the end with Polygon Window-Bike Pump Meets Bucket Autechre-Bass Cadet Taz Mix That's it, Charlie Higton, Steve (IT Brk.) wrote: > Right then, I've got my copy of the Wax version of Blech in front of me > so in an effort to get at the truth (and not to try and prove anyone > wrong, I'm not that sad) here's the track listing: > > Side one: > > Link (Amazon Amenity Chameleon Remix) WARPLP29 > Autechre (Anvil Vapre Second Peng) WAP64 > Seefeel (Tied) WAP53 > Nightmares on Wax (Back Into Time) WARPLP4 > AFX (Children Talking) WAP67 > B12 (Soundtrack of Space) WARPLP9 > Plaid (Yahemm) WARPLP8 > > Side two: > > Link (Antacid Jedi Knights Mix) WAP59R > DJ Mink (Hey! Hey! Can You Relate?) WAP4 > Sweet Exorcist (Clonk Freebase) WAP9 > Close Up Over (Caz) WARPLP 8 > Nightmares on Wax (Sal Batardes) WAP6R > Seefeel (Spangle) WAP45 > LFO (Tied Up Acid Mix) WAP56 > LFO (Tied Up Spiritualized Elecetric Mainline Mix) WAP56R > Aphex Twin (Ventolin Deep Gong Mix) WAP60R > > Can somebody put the track listing for the original Blech tape up so we > can compare them? Inquiring minds want to know :-) > > And to whoever said that the mix doesn't flow very well, with all sorts > of styles of tracks all over the place. Well, fair enough, I see your > point, but on the other hand it does showcase the broad range of styles > in the WARP catalogue. It depends on what WARP, PC & Strictly wanted to > achieve really doesn't it? > > Steve.