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All Tomorrows Parties 3.0 [CD]

Various Artists Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 Feb 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: All Tomorrows Parties
  • ASIN: B00008NW85
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 379,013 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Gotta Give the Peeps what they Need - Public Enemy
2. Bay-Bronx Bridge (Bhongra Remix) - Masters of illusion
3. Mag (Autechre Remix) - Gescom
4. ATP Track - Push Button Objects
5. Call up on your sisters - Jim O'Rourke
6. DfDE - O.S.T
7. Type Tactical - Made
8. Leave Me Alone (peanut butter wolf remix) - Dr Dooom
9. Artifax - Stasis
Disc: 2
1. Please Stand By - BFC
2. Ghetto Futures (Go Figure) - Anthony Shake Shakir
3. Translucid - Mark Broom
4. Tiny Elements - Disjecta
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6. Dissolution III - Earth
7. Magnasushi - Bola
8. Atipfin - Pita
9. Serpentine Tale - Baby Ford
10. Stocha Acid.... - Hecker

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
don't know what happened to my first review of this but hey 2nd attempt...

electronic IDM darlings - Autechre curated the acts to perform at the ATP weekend in 2003 at Camber Sands and this dbl cd (compiled here by Barry Hogan of ATP )perhaps over-eclectic Dbl cd from 2003,is of rare + obscure mainly electronica, which also includes cut+paste technique hip-hop gurus : public enemy,kutmasta kurt (aka masters of illusion) + dooom, together with digi-noise practioner :hecker, as well as primal guitar from earth. the core of the compuilation is of seminal electronic acts from the early 90's adn makes an eclectic+ interesting release containing some real rarities such as Autechre remix of their own Gescom side-project for instance as well as BFC (an alias of techno don - Carl Craig).

for me thought its the early techno tracks by BFC (carl craig) track, baby ford, disjecta and stasis as "new" highlights that make this dbl cd worthwhile with new nuggets for the obsessives out there...

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars autechre curated 22 July 2006
By Mister vanishing point - Published on
Format:Audio CD
i'm writing this review to provide a fair balance to the previous moaners...It's not the "ultimate mix" but there are many good tracks--especially the rap (I mean hip-hop) there are some stinkers in there, but i would recommend buying it used just for the various baddass cool keith and public enemy. the only thing that really bothered me is that the actual autechre track is pretty lackluster, dont buy this if you want to hear autechre, buy EP 7 instead.
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2.0 out of 5 stars great packaging...not much else 25 Jun 2003
By Daymon Kiliman - Published on
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Nice packaging is about the only compliment I can give this double disc. A compilation from a party "curated" by Autechre sounds like a dream to me, but it ended up being one of those rambling, boring dreams that makes you think, "What was the point of that?"
The purely electronic portions of this CD basically center around retro/electro stylings. Such songs have never been my thing, and these are about the worst of the bunch as far as I'm concerned. The highlights of the set are definitely the hip hop songs, but those are also less-than-phenomenal.
Even though this set is bargain priced, save your money.
3 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not What You Might Think 12 Sep 2005
By LHB - Published on
Format:Audio CD
This disc has nothing whatever to do with Autechre. I bought it yesterday, sound unheard, thinking, at least, that it was a new mix CD. What I got was third rate hip-hop (with the exception of the Public Enemy piece) and fourth rate electronica that, understandably, has been unreleased until now. The pieces on the album have nothing to do with Autechre's style, they're horrible, and there is no effort made at creating a coherent mix. I took it back to the record store demanding my money back (literally claiming fraud), argued with the manager for a little while, and then got him to listen to a bit of a copy of Draft 7.30 that I brought with me followed by any piece he chose on this. I got my exchange. Stay away from this even if you are an Autechre completist like myself.
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