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Listen to Aphex Twin’s lost 1994 album for free thanks to fan crusade

17
Jun
2014

Connoisseurs of dark, pulsing, and often unsettling electronic music can now stream a previously unreleased 15-track collection by Aphex Twin, after fans collaborated to buy a test pressing of the album from 1994. Richard D. James — the man behind the hugely influential Aphex Twin — originally recorded the tracks under the name Caustic Window. Aphex Twin fans on electronic music forum We Are The Music Makers quickly banded together, successfully convincing the seller to remove his pressing from Discogs, and offer access on Kickstarter. Backers were asked to contribute $16 each to the campaign, an amount that would give them an electronic copy of the vinyl record, and add toward the total of $9,300 requested by the seller.

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