THE 'DRUKQS' WORK

'Drukqs' is a 30-track double-CD with the most bizarre tracklisting ever...

THE 'DRUKQS' WORK
APHEX TWIN's new album is called 'DRUKQS' and is to be released in mid-October by WARP RECORDS - and NME.COM has been given an world exclusive preview of the groundbreaking release.

The 30-track double-CD and quadruple-vinyl album, which was mastered at the end of June, is the capricious London-based electronics pioneer's first release since March 1999's Top 20 'Windowlicker' single, and is his first album since November 1996's 'Richard D James' LP.

A single featuring new material not on the album is expected to precede 'Drukqs'.

Over 90 minutes in length, 'Drukqs' is Richard James' most diverse, audacious and accomplished collection to date. The full double-CD tracklisting is as follows:

(CD1)
'Jynweythek Ylow'
'Vordhosbn'
'Kladfvgbung Micshk'
'Omgyjya Switch7'
'Strotha Tynhe'
'Gwely Mernans'
'Bbydhyonchord'
'Cock/ver10'
'Avril 14th'
'Mt Saint Michel Mix+St Michaels Mount'
'Gwarek2'
'Orban Eq Trx4'
'Aussois'
'Hy A Scullyas Lyf A Dhagrow'
'Kesson Daslef'

(CD2)
'Cymru Beats'
'Btoum-Roumada'
'Lornaderek'
'Penty Harmonium'
'Meltphace 6'
'Bit4'
'Prep Gwarlek 3b'
'Father'
'Taking Control'
'Petiatil Cx Htdui'
'Ruglen Holon'
'Afx237 v7'
'Ziggomatic v17'
'Beskhu3epnm'
'Nanou2'

The vinyl edition tracklisting is slightly different. For more on the Aphex Twin, see this week's NME, out now.

Read More On This Artist

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM