Originally released in 1991, "Lego Feet" by Lego Feet is in fact the work of the Warp Records' duo Rob Brown and Sean Booth - better known as Autechre. Whilst that name might cause some trepidation even amongst hardened electronic music fans such as myself, actually "Lego Feet" presents some of their most accessible work. If you liked Warp's "Artificial Intelligence" series then you will like this. It's very similar sonically to the likes of Black Dog and B12 and in places even sounds like it could have crossed over the Atlantic for possible release on labels like Planet E and Transmat (although it didn't).
I don't own the first pressing of "Lego Feet" - indeed, I wasn't even aware of its existence until now. This revised version is four tracks over 73 minutes whereas, I understand, the original vinyl contained just the first "track", being a continuous mix of music of approximately 20 minutes in length. Tracks 2, 3 and 4 follow in a very similar vein, so there's actually quite a lot of material on here - more like an LP's worth (NB: no tracklistings anywhere).
A typically minimalist but nice Skam digipack presentation although sadly no trademark Braille sticker (at least not on my copy?) "Lego Feet" is an essential electronica purchase.