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Aphex Twin - Cheetah EP Album

Aphex Twin - Cheetah EP Album
  • Performer: Aphex Twin
  • Title: Cheetah EP
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Cat #: WAP391MC
  • Label: Warp Records
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 08 Jul 2016
  • Style: Techno, IDM
  • FLAC size 2817 mb
  • MP3 size: 1577 mb
  • Record From Cassette, EP, Limited Edition


1Cheeta2 ms8000:37
3 Function
4Cirklon3 (Колхозная Mix)8:13
5Cheeta1b ms8000:27
6CheetahT2 (Ld Spectrum)5:53
8 Program


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WAP391Aphex Twin Cheetah EP ‎(12", EP)Warp RecordsWAP391UK2016
WAP 391CDDAphex Twin Cheetah EP ‎(7xFile, ALAC, EP)Warp RecordsWAP 391CDDUK2016
WAP391CDDAphex Twin Cheetah EP ‎(7xFile, WAV, EP, 24-)Warp RecordsWAP391CDD2016
WAP391CDAphex Twin Cheetah EP ‎(CD, EP)Warp RecordsWAP391CDUK2016
WAP 391CDDAphex Twin Cheetah EP ‎(7xFile, AIFF, EP)Warp RecordsWAP 391CDDUK2016


  • DesignMITDR™
  • Mastered ByBeau Thomas
  • Written-By, ProducerRichard D. James


Limited to 2000 copies worldwide.
White cassette. Transparent cassette box. Cardboard slipsleeve with foil block to cover.

Written & produced @ the Dandelion Spaceship (pre-Syro).
℗ 2016 Warp Records Ltd © 2016 Warp Records Ltd.
Made in EU.

Some copies came with "Aphex Twin" Cheetah-artwork blue sticker.


  • Barcode (Text): 0 801061 93914 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 801061939144
  • Label Code: LC02070


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
  • Published By – BMG Chrysalis
  • Produced At – Dandelion Spaceship


Cheetah is an extended play by British electronic musician Richard D. James, released under the pseudonym Aphex Twin on 8 July 2016 on Warp. The name is a reference to Cheetah Marketing, a British manufacturer of microcomputer peripherals and electronic musical instruments in the 1980s such as the MS800 namechecked in two of the EP's track titles. In 2015, Richard D. Album 2016 7 Songs. Cheetah EP. Aphex Twin. Electronic 2016. James slows down. The Cheetah EP is a brief but luminescent set of velvety acid and warped sound experiments-made with the notoriously difficult, early 90s synth of the same name. As heard on highlights CHEETAHT7b and 2X202-ST5, James makes the most of the challenge. Listen free to Aphex Twin Cheetah EP CHEETAHT2 , CHEETAHT7b and more. 7 tracks 33:49. Cheetah EP 2016 Cheetah EP is an extended play by British electronic musician Richard D. Released: July 8th 2016. Cheetah EP Q&A. Producers Aphex Twin. Writers Aphex Twin. Mastered by Beau Thomas. More Aphex Twin albums. 26 Mixes for Cash. Show all albums by Aphex Twin. The Aphex Twin Cheetah EP uses digital sound generation techniques combined with wave sequencing technology to bring you sounds with movement and depth rarely found on records today. To assure you that your Cheetah EP will give you many years of enjoyment, please be sure to read the owners manual carefully before attempting to operate the Cheetah EP. All forms of Cheetah EP come encased in high gloss packaging with silver foil detailing to ensure a high quality product experience. We sincerely hope that having battled through the programming of the Cheetah EP, you have now become familiar wit. Aphex Twin - Cheetah EP review: This EP is Aphex Twins most low-key, controlled release in a long time, presenting a slight, but welcome departure from the spontaneous character of its companion full-length. 2, the Cheetah EP actually feels like a logical counterpart to SYRO. The electronic instruments are back, with the welcome prominence of analog synthesizers and drum kits creating a warmer, more retro feel to the music than weve heard from an Aphex Twin release in quite some time. Aphex Twin - Cheetah 2016. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Techno Ambient Experimental. Новый мини-альбом Ричарда Джеймса. Songs in album Aphex Twin - Cheetah 2016. Aphex Twin - CHEETAHT2. Aphex Twin - Cheetaht7b. Aphex Twin - Cheeta1b Ms800. Aphex Twin - CHEETA2 Ms800. Aphex Twin - CIRKLON3. Aphex Twin - CIRKLON 1. Aphex Twin - 2X202-ST5. Total votes: 3. Other albums b. Aphex Twin has always contained multitudes, and in the two years since Richard D. James returned from his extended hiatus, we have been reminded not only how many different facets he has, but also how good he is at compartmentalizing them. Each of his last three releases has shone the spotlight on a different aspect of his identity. Syro, his comeback album, was a bold, virtuosic, big-tent statement in the vein of I Care Because You Do and the Richard D. James Album-a showcase of all his talents across a variety of rhythms, timbres, tempi, and techniques. Warp Records от лица компании Warp Records LatinAutor, CMRRA, ARESA, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. BMG Rights Management, Abramus Digital и другие авторские общества 1. Warp Records от лица компании Warp Records ARESA, CMRRA, BMG Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 1


Comments: (31)
Such an amazing release and so glad I own a cassette copy. 30 reviews and not a single one on how the tape sounds!I thought the tones were nice, chunky and warm. The music really fits the format in this case, which is often a rare thing these days with speciality pressings...Flangy, chorusy, big and dark, minimal and highly saturated. The beefy but gliding 909s are so tasty, you want to eat them from the speakers as they bleed out.For an Aphex release, Cheetah is everything I could ask for--an Aphex record that is just as funky and groovy as it is minimal, hypnotic and atmospheric. A weird, drugged out, alien-dance of epic swanky proportions.
Puppets blindly climbing the walls! I am sick and tired of dogs discussing fiscal speculation. What happened to music and dreams? Humans work hard for this, and you reduce it to commodity like junk bonds and glad rags. Curses to those who think only of monies.
Hmmmm shall I buy a copy of this hold onto it for 20 years and maybe make $100 profit, which is less than half a days wage................seriously.
Anyone got a cassette copy and a real ZX Spectrum? I've been trying to load from the cassette into an emulator as I have some suspicion there is ZX loadable data on it, but I don't seem to be able to progress beyond some theory and possible ZX Tape headers buried in the music.I got as far as described in the blog post linked below, but I don't think I can get any further without actual hardware.http://globalvariables.net/audio.out/2016/10/04/cheaters/
its possibly something meant to be used on the Sweet-Talker system for the spectrum
http://www.turntablelab.com/products/aphex-twin-cheetah-cassette-limited-edition 10 words words words words words words words wordsEdit: Out of stock on their site, still in stock on Amazon for $25. Somewhat above MSRP, but still better than dealing with you know whos
Bought 3 Tapes! Will keep them sealed... oh yes sir!
AnnaLord capitalista oink oink ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////cash money cash money cash money cash money Annalord hahaha! I love this comment.
Braunld Great job! Just think, there are people that would actually like to play the tape on their tape deck! I guess some people are scared their tapes will evaporate into thin air. lol just kidding of course.....Tapes are not as delicate as some people make out, of course if you play it in a car or move around with a Walkman it's bound to chew up at some point. I mean who though it would be a good idea? It's like walking around with a turntable strapped to the waist and not expecting the needle to jump. Plus your belts have gotta be fresh you gotta maintain your deck otherwise your tapes will chew up and this ignorance and lack of respect to such a powerful sound carrier almost lead to its death and this ignorance continues as the cassette is fetished for its so called fragility making people think it will vanish any given moment giving an illusion of scarcity so that sellers can feed off your money.
Great job! Just think, there are people that would actually like to play the tape on their tape deck!
Sick of all this trendy tape bull-s. Tapes never died and this is nothing new, stop being a bunch fags and listen to it rather than treating it like a religious artifact.
got my tape and so glad I did... I wonder who is going to leave the tape they own sealed. I wonder where the other 1999 are
I saw this go on sale while I was on holiday, I snapped it up straight away for a tape and vinyl copy. I've opened my tape and played it a couple of times. Still in good condition but wouldn't be selling it anyway. I've got my expert knob twiddlers tape still in the cellophane. Still debating whether to open or sell as it's not my favourite album going.
Yeah, 1998 was kind of nice, so I hope that it can some day be found again.
one's on my shelf, now you gotta only find another 1998
Don't pay more than $20 for this, don't feed the scalpers.
Respect ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Steamy Ibis
The only reason it is out of print is all these assholes on discogs,amazon and eBay bought them up just rip stupid idiots who think tapes are trendy off. Don't give them money if you do you're a grade A twatter.
No, I don't have a copy because I won't buy from a scalper
fantastic. So you'll sell your copy to me for $20 then ?. postage included right ? drop me a paypal invoice and i'll pay right away.
wait, it will be way more in a year. the price on here is up 7$USD since the last time I checked; that was 2 days ago
Does anyone know what tape format the cassette version uses? Ferro Type I, chrome type II or metal type IV? Also is it recorded with Dolby c or S noise reduction?I've tweeted Bleep about this but got no response.
They weren't wrong, tape is dead.I can go into my local music retailer and buy a CD or a vinyl record, but I can't buy a cassette tape. Not a blank one, not a prerecorded one. Nor can I go into my local hifi store and buy a cassette deck. Nor can I go to a pro-audio store and buy a brand new 4-track cassette recorder with double speed and DBX NR for a higher quality recording with less hiss (Dolby NR sucked so hard, every version of it messed with the recording dynamics, Dolby was just the most known brand).ALSO, position IV tapes were single use only for master recording. NEVER were they used for retail releases of music. Yes, they were the best quality for recording to and could cope with much higher recording levels (making for excellent signal to noise ratios), but they were prohibitively expensive, costing generally 2x to 3x as much as a position II tape. Not to mention that only the most expensive consumer level cassette decks actually had the right electronics to play them back correctly.
Magnetic tape at full volume in a car is actually the highest fi I have ever experienced...Richard was a doll to release his work this way and I would have bought one even though my current car has no deck (would have had a reason to use my Nakamichi again though)!
People said exactaly the same thing 20 years ago. I guess they were wrong.
Does it really matter, tapes died years ago, and I very much doubt you'll be playing this one in 20 years...
After playing it I'm also guessing it may be Dolby B.
my guess is also dolby B. Seems like the most used tape as stated in this thread
Tape itself looks like Type I to my eyes. Not sure about any Dolby NR,
Could be a Poundland Special Blank Cassette they used. But a good question. I suggest you e-mail Warp Direct at their press team. UK Press Enquiries: press [at] warprecords dot com they might be able to tell you.
I'm guessing it'll be Ferro with Dolby B, as were most commercial tapes.
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