Fans invited to pick Warp compilation tracklisting

Aphex Twin is topping the fan-voted poll

Fans invited to pick Warp compilation tracklisting
Warp Records are asking fans to vote for which songs they would like to feature on a forthcoming compilation - with Aphex Twin's 'Windowlicker', as of this afternoon (March 11), currently top of the voting list.

The top ten songs voted for on the website, along with selections from label founder Steve Beckett, will make the final tracklisting for what is being dubbed the "definitive" Warp compilation, set to be released in Autumn.

As well as Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Battles and Luke Vibert are doing well in the run-down, which can be viewed at Warp20.net.

After as casting their vote on the site, fans can leave messages about their memories of the songs, which will be considered for inclusion on the compilation's sleevenotes.

When asked why he had decided to give fans their say, Beckett told NME.COM simply, "Because we are reasonable people" - the phrase rumoured to have birthed the acronym for the label's name.

Head to Warp20.net to cast your vote now.

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