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Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album album FLAC
Performer: Aphex Twin
Genre: Electronic
Title: Richard D. James Album
FLAC album size: 1260
Style: IDM, Drum n Bass, Experimental, Acid
Country: UK
Released: 1996

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Richard D. James Album is the self-titled fourth studio album by British electronic musician Richard D. James, under his pseudonym Aphex Twin. In the United Kingdom, the album was released on 4 November 1996 through Warp. In the United States, it was released on 28 January 1997 by Sire Records, with the Girl/Boy EP included as bonus tracks. A reissue on vinyl was released on 18 September 2012.

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The Richard D. James Album is the fourth studio album released by Richard D. James, more well known as Aphex Twin. This album shows Richard shifting away from slow, melodic ambient techno, and replacing it with fast drum and bass. In an interview with Keyboard Magazine, Richard states that: Most of the album was done on my Mac, basically. Even the keyboard sounds were all pretty much computer-generated. Richard D. James Album Q&A.

Aphex Twin, Richard D. James, is one of the most innovative techno/electronica artists out there today. Many people say that his Selected Ambient Works 85-92 is his best, while others say his EP, Come to Daddy. Personally, I like I Care Because You Do as his best, but you have others saying that The Richard D. James album is the best. I think it is his most experimental and innovative. James is a master at putting together beautiful ambient melodies with harsh, dissonant sounds. However, he takes this to the extreme on this CD with a "drill and bass" approach

Listen free to Aphex Twin – Richard D. James Album (4, Cornish Acid and more). The American, Canadian, and Australian versions of this album contain five extra tracks that had previously been released in the UK as the b-sides of the Girl/Boy EP. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.


The First Side
4 3:37
Cornish Acid 2:14
Peek 824545201 3:05
Fingerbib 3:48
Carn Marth 2:33
Second Side
To Cure A Weakling Child 4:03
Goon Gumpas 2:02
Yellow Calx 3:04
Girl/Boy Song 4:52
Logan Rock Witch 3:33


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mine has a little warp and very tight center hole…
Try some lube that should loosen your hole up a bit
Thing was skipping straight out of the sleeve. Got it new at a record store, shrink-wrap, sticker and all, and as soon as it got to "cornish acid" it started skating. Record player rarely has issues on other releases. Pretty disappointed.
Ferri - My name
He looks so creepy on the album art. He looks like he's going to rip my face off.
I have listened to this over the years in several formats (mp3 for a long time; CD the past few years) and listening to this reissue, I swear I am hearing completely different tracks. There is so much detail and texture in the sounds and synths that I'd never picked up before. I haven't done an A/B with my CD copy on the same amp/headphone setup (probably won't), but this is really the way to hear it. Like another commenter stated, was never my favorite Aphex album, but I think I just must have been missing so much, hearing it this way definitely proves itself to be the classic its hyped to be (to me, at least).Also, the CD adds the Girl/Boy Song EP, but the additional tracks don't make it a better album, they make it more inconsistent and larkey. The EP tracks belong on their goofy EP.
Dude, according to Warp this was mastered from the CD-master. I don't know what you are hearing, but whatever it is it's also on the CD. Maybe what you hear are the typical vinyl-artefacts and distortion from a shitty medium that has roughly 10 bits of resolution.
Pressing sounds great, though the artwork is slightly pixelated. Is that the case on the original pressing? (I think I remember reading RDJ did the cover in Photoshop, maybe it was always shit resolution).
Thank you for checking!comment must be at least 10 words
Recently acquired an original UK pressing, and yes its cover is also slightly pixelated.
sick of people calling this a bootleg. when this and the other AFX 1972 reissues came out, i asked a guy who works pretty high up at Warp U.S. about it and he said the 1972 reissues are 100% legit and that i should buy them with confidence; he explained that Warp weren't able to obtain the license to put their name on the US reissues, only europe, and that these were no different than any Warp reissue apart from the 1972 logo on the sleeve.
Thanks for clearing that up, As I can tell, the 1972 reissues sound good.
There's a constant surface noise on the left channel, sounds like a dirty record, although I just opened it. Otherwise, I'd say it sounds OK.
Like all the other listeners here who posted a comment on this, this is a wonderful repress. Great work done and shout-out to WARP for re-releasing this classic album!
Perfect repress indeed. I had not listened to this in years, having written it off after playing the CD to death (you get too familiar with a record and loose focus I guess), but this is an essential album, so many ideas, beyond-genius programming, just sheer (weird, wicked) beauty. Play high and loud on a sunny spring morning for added effect. Best tracks: A1, A5, B2
I have a copy of it compared it sounds fine compared to the Spotify stream, my only issue though is that it was pressed off center but it doesn't affect the sound quality (that I have noticed). Still it's probably safer to buy the Warp reissue to get the best possible experience and to ensure the money goes to the artist.
I've listened to this album on my setup and it sounds the same as it does online. Doesn't skip has no problems playing.
The electronics and sounds are good, but the use of programmed hyperactive drumrolls distracts and disturbs.
My copy of this 1972 reissue sounds good. Was way cheaper than the Warp reissues I have seen, and sounds just great. Can't account for the negative comments but maybe some of these are worse than others.
Warp has reissued this DO NOT BUY the 1972 pressing
Well, I most've got lucky or something because my pressing sounds really good. No complaints whatsoever. Still, I'll try to avoid 1972's reissues overall.
Gonna pay any price for this record. Waiting for offers.
I have a copy of this album, message me with your price.
"Richard D. James Album", Autechre's "Confield", and Burial's "Untrue" are the masterpieces defining the last 20 years in electronic music.
No complaints with this pressing, sounds great - exactly as a repress should be done.
This is one of my favorite albums so when I saw it in the store I picked up this particular pressing. I also noticed sound quality problems, it's like the album was mastered too hot or something, I don't know, I'm not a doctor. Definitely get a good warp pressing if you can, but this is still a great album, the sound quality isn't egregiously bad.
This sounds great on my setup, don't have a warp version to compare it to but I have no complaints with this pressing.
If you see this for sale, whether IRL or online, CHECK TO SEE IF IT'S A WARP PRESSING! Do not buy anything Aphex related from 1972! Anything by them Aphex related is a rip off!
Glad I saw this. I bought the album before I realised it was 1972, I decided to return it. All the Aphex reissues here in the US are 1972 it seems. I'll have to order them online.
Another repress coming out on Oct. 2Edit: Pushed back to the 17thEdit2: Pushed back AGAIN to the 31stEdit3: FINALLY shipping
Gorgeous pressing of this record. Just how a nice 180g pressing should be.
Very influential album by Aphex Twin!
This is one seriously good repress. Flat record, no surface noise.I don't have the original vinyl, just the cd. Have any tracks been remixed? Logan-Rock Witch has never been my favourite, but it sounds so different to how i remember it. Same goes for To Cure A Weakling Child, but that's probably because I prefer the version on the Come To Daddy ep. This was never my favourite Aphex album, but this re-issue had me enjoying it more than I have in many years. Worth buying if you don't already have the original vinyl.
the monster
ït's just a pity its already on 33 rpm. It would be nice if they played on 45rpm and you could play the tracks slower on 33 rpm.
I noticed a difference in Logan-Rock Witch, but I had never heard the CD version, just mp3s. I chalked it up to artifacts in the compression of the mp3 files versus the clarity of the vinyl release. Now I'm interested to go back and listen to a CD copy.
fantastic record
Then why don't these reissue labels do it right and go back to the original master tapes rather than using store bought CDs? I don't care if its a digital or analog tape it's better to go to the master otherwise I'll save the money and buy the cd. I'm sure warp will use the original masters so that's what I'll buy.
energy breath
Then I bought a Warp copy and sounds very nice!
i gonna return my copy, sounds like a shit. Specially "4" ;(!!!
Excellent pressing of an alltime classic. I was actually worried by bad press for 1972, but in this case, I'm relieved to report, that sound quality is without a fault.
I think he's referring to the label "1972" that did the first reissue of this album.
i too was surprised at the quality of the pressing, very very good. can't tell it's taken from the CD at all.
Neither RDJ or SAW II by 1972 are bad pressed. For me, they sound great. Perhaps some listeners are not having a decent setup to listen to those albums....
Well, then it was obviously a great CD master to begin with! Besides, at least the Warp re-issue of "I care because you do" will be based upon a CD master, and I would hardly call Warp a "quasi-bootleg" label.
Wild Python
I'm sure the sound quality sounds just like the CD, as that's the source for quasi-bootleg labels like this.
Abandoned Electrical
I disagree with the "love it or hate it" conclusion. I neither love nor hate this album. It definitely takes several listens to fully enjoy it, but I don't think it's his best or worst work. For example, it blows away Drukqs (though what doesn't?) but isn't as beautiful and heartfelt as I Care Because You Do. I'd probably put SAW1 and SAW2 above this album, and the standout tracks on Come to Daddy are superior to the RDJ Album. Either way, I want more AFX! It's been too long!
Drunkqs and this are my favorite Aphex albums, followed very closely by Selected Ambient Works 85-92
dammmm have u actually hear drunkqs?? you dont knw wat your talking about
RDJ takes a jungle beat and creates a total masterpiece. The opening of "4" tells you right away you're going to be in for a treat. Songs like "Fingerbib" and "Goon Gumpas" seem to project me into a different world. "To Cure A Weakling Child" is sample/drum mastery. Plenty of drums with beautiful melody interspersed, the song writing, detail and subtlety of the album really do make it best of class.
Does anyone know why Fingerbib is called "Fore Street" on this release?
Revolutionary and brilliant record.
although not the first drum 'n' bass record, this has in many ways become the defining drum 'n' bass record, quite possibly the apex of the genre.the first thing to understand is that "drum 'n' bass" is a terrible way to describe the music; while there are drums and basses, there are also synthesizers, samplers and even some guitars. the best tracks on this record are actually firmly within the realm of symphonic pop; these are not songs so much as they are compositions, every part carefully mapped and scored out, including the amazing drum machine work. whereas most contemporaries were splitting up drum samples of old 70's funk tracks, rdj just programmed them and then cut them up, which makes the record more fluid and organic than most drum 'n' bass of the period, indeed, of ever. while it's clear that the drums are electronic, the only thing that separates them as being programmed and not played is the fact that there is no drummer on earth that could actually play these parts.another ground breaking thing that rdj has done here is in his sampling work. by using high quality samples of real instruments and plugging them into software synths [and i may also point out that this was one of the first records to use software synths, in fact this record virtually saved the software synth industry, which was going nowhere at the time as there was an anti-digital analog revival happening in electronic music], he is able to slowly build entire symphonies out of his midi controller setup that sound remarkably convincing.this may not come off as groundbreaking to the average kid fucking around with ableton nowadays, but the truth is that this record made the drum 'n' bass genre respectable, it let it shed it's image of being full of musical illiterates pushing buttons and stealing samples and presented it as the obvious way for creative geniouses with a combined musical and technical background to express themselves. it is highly recommended to everybody on the planet; it may even be argued that this record is essential for anybody that likes music at all!it's only major drawback is it's short length. at 33 minutes, it's just not long enough. while the whole record is amazing from start to finish, high points are in tracks 4 (which sounds like a string quartet playing at the bottom of the ocean, enjoying the prancing fish and dolphins as they float by (never mind the fact that dolphins eat fish. while this song is playing, they don't.)) and the masterpiece that is girl/boy song, which somehow channels the mind of mozart. if the man was alive in this age, girl/boy is precisely what he would be writing...
this isnt really drum n bass, but drill n bass. which is drum n bass + IDM.all the same, excellent music
This isn't drum 'n' bass and really has nothing to do with the main variant of drum 'n' bass. It's IDM, for better or worse that name has stuck.
I see
I remember first hearing this album and going, 'uh oh, this is getting a little plinky plonky for me',, I'm avoiding. 15 or so years later and it still sounds plinky plonky,,, but I like it more these days.
So much of the generic population refer to this album when critiquing Aphex's style or ability to write music without considering his whole career of writing music. Such folley and misguidance. Some people need to actually take some time and delve a little, and learn. Aphex's music abilities were way advanced before this ablum was put out. The Hangable auto bulb eps were a precursor to this album's style and were amazing, as was Melodies from Mars with folk medlies. Drum n bass was not Aphex's only forte, thus the releases of Analord series to turn the bubbleheads away. Wash and rinse.
This was, in my opinion, a fantastic album. It contained the breakneck speed "drill 'n' bass" that I love to hear from RDJ. As has been said in above comments, you either love it or hate it. In my opinion, before one decides that they hate it, they must first listen to it at least twice, as many things seem to pop out upon second listens. A fantastic listen overall.
This one was ok the first time I listened to it. The obvious good tracks at first were the ones like '4'. I listened to it through several more times. Suddenly, it popped out at me. There we are. Beautiful album, in it's entirety. I don't know if the version with the Girl/Boy single right on it is on this album, but that is what I have. Quite nice, it is. I think, next to the monumental '4', one of my favorite songs on here is "Carn Mouth", or "Corn Mouth". I like "Fingerbib" quite a lot, it for some reason reminds me of some futuristic Japanese action movie theme song. The beauty in this album is in it's subtle changes, though that is much more relevent in his "I Care Because You Do", not that that makes that one a better album, the truth is they are both quite good.
Billy Granson
You will love it or hate it. This album doesn't admit indiference as a possible reaction. The only people that can give a ""0 to this album is those how really feel indiference when they hear it. If you hate it or love it, you should rate it whith a five, becasuse you are testing the incredible power of this album for create extreme emotions. I really love it, is my favourite Aphex Twin album. One of the best Warp releases, and girl/boy dialog between beatbox & violins one of the gretest moments of the history of music. Anyway, I can understand to those that hate this album (specially djs. This album is imposible to mix, but who said that electronic music is just for mix it?)
This album is seriously wonderful stuff. For those of you that say tracks like 'milkman' and 'beetles' are childish tunes you probably don't realise they're not actually part of the album. The last five tracks are from the Girl/Boy Ep, a decidely different piece or work, they got added when the US record company came to the conclusion that the original album was too short. Take that into consideration and Richard D James is a mighty fine listen.
crazy mashine
There is a sound on this album that is absolutly beautiful, its a percusive hit going into a reverb. This is like the knot in a piece of wood, a focal point on an album that doesnt have any conventional time structure. I ve grown to like this short work more and more.
Well, well... This has to be the only album that I own, where I find every tracks good. And I own many albums. Richard D. James is a truly amazing artist and I think that his music is uniqe. If you are a fan of him and his music, then you won´t be disapointed by this album. My favourite tracks is "Fingerbib", "To cure a weakling child" and "Girl/Boy song". P.S! Did you know that he live in a old bank and that he own a tank and a submarine?!
This is a truly wonderous album that i will always hold in the highest esteem, every track on the UK edition is a classic. Girl/Boy song has to be one of his best tracks and makes fantastic use of stereo, it is the best of both Aphex worlds with its pretty strings and mangled hard to follow drumlines. Why anyone that like rdj would think this album rubbish is beyond me, it is hard to choose but i would say this is my favourite even though the less timeless Drukqs is technically superior now. People will look back at this album as visionary.
it's hard to say if this is his best work... because whenever i try to air preference, i just can't decide between this, ICBYD, Druqks, and countless eps... but needless to say, he is/it is: brilliant. I hate to sound so disgustingly subjective but i really feel that those who don't like this album just haven't heard it enough...
I found this record to be most engaging. He uses elements of non-repetition, but not in the same way Stockhausen does --- RdJ uses frameworks of measures and song structures to contain his works, whereas ol' Stocky is just plain all over the place (not that that is a bad thing). He has a similar sense of humor perhaps like Frank Zappa (or Steve Vai, if you will). But, there is something definitely British about it. The Australian version of the CD has the Girl/Boy EP on it, too, so, I suppose I am used to a longer format album than most people.
One of the best ever Richard D. James releases just got better! Well, it got better about 6 years ago now, but with the additional Girl/Boy remixes, this album is now long enough and even better than the excellence it previously displayed.
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