Aphex Twin - 51/13 Aphex Singles Collection
NME.COM feature on Aphex Twin - 51/13 Aphex Singles Collection album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 17 November 1998
Richard D James brings the Aphex acid and lots more besides
"Come on you c*** let's have some Aphex acid!" The Aphex army is on the march once more, and this slogan - seen stickered around various Central London tube stations over the past few weeks - is its rallying cry. Made up of ravers, mathmos, classical buffs, art students, druggos and anyone else who wants their music to slip them through the boundaries of boring reality,...
- Oct 16, 2001
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- Pancake Lizard
- Ventolin (Crowsmangegus mix edit)
- Ventolin (Cylob mix)
- Donkey Rhubarb
- Ventolin (Deep Gong mix)
- Icct Hedral (Phillip Glass Orchestration)
- Ventolin (Marazavose mix edit)
- Ventolin (Asthma Beats mix)
- Ventolin (Carharrack mix)
- Respect List
Not that he'd bother himself with this sort of thing anymore
- Apr 2, 2003
Shock Glasto sets from the dance heavyweights...
- Jul 1, 2002
The latest NME Carling Show sees drunken bodypopping, the 'Blankety Blank' theme tune and ear-splitting obscenities...
- Feb 7, 2002
Aphex Twin is topping the fan-voted poll
It's his first in five years
The label which launched the likes of the Aphex Twin looks back - and there are some amazing promos...
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