8 thoughts on “ Mookid - Aphex Twin - ...I Care Because You Do (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Care Because You Do on Discogs. Label: Sire - ,Warp Records - • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: IDM, Techno, Ambient, Experimental, Acid/5(31).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Care Because You Do on Discogs/5.
  3. Apr 25,  ·:) I Care Because You Do is different than Aphex Twin's famous ambient albums but it is sophisticated and hits the the spot if you like futuristic glitchy alternative noise. Still this album is mostly relaxing. Wax the Nip is my favorite track because it combines mammary glands and interesting electronic music!/5(92).
  4. Nov 17,  · This is the Best Aphex Twin album ever, I don't give a shit what anyone else thinks. This is, for me, the album that is the sole reason he got fame- Just perfect Experimental, Ambient Techno, mixed with Noisy landscapes on tracks like "Ventolin" And plus some of the best beats (IMO) in any AFX release is in this album, just completely silly and bonkers, without resorting to drill and bass /5.
  5. Apr 25,  · Media Type: CD Artist: APHEX TWIN Title: I CARE BECAUSE YOU DO Street Release Date: 04/25/ Domestic Genre: TECHNO loylusfortlonnecorn.robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.co None of the chirpy, intricate, eclectic tracks on I Care Because You Do sound dated, certainly not in any heinous way. Richard James's work stands outside any genre cages and continues to satisfy dedicated listeners/5().
  6. There are not too many voices/vocals on this album. This is great to listen to while studying, reading, trying to avoid the annoying music at the grocery store, etc.:) I Care Because You Do is different than Aphex Twin's famous ambient albums but it is sophisticated and hits the the spot if you like futuristic glitchy alternative noise/5(92).
  7. Dec 19,  · If there's one Aphex Twin album that's work owning in vinyl, it's this one. The quality is as immaculate as it gets in the format, and it's great to play in the background. It would be nice if the packaging is better, since the two LPs are kept tightly together (and it's opened by the top rather than the side for some reason), but they don't.
  8. James' most consistent work, I Care Because You Do fuses his earlier hardcore techno days with the smooth rhythm and atmosphere of his ambient work, often on the same song. "Ventolin" is one of the harshest singles ever recorded; the orchestrated closer "Next Heap With" is the highlight of the album.8/

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