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Warp: Routine Compilation Import


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  • Audio CD (27 Mar 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warp
  • ASIN: B00005AKGN
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 74,296 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Booc - Plaid
2. Nuno - Prefuse 73
3. Fly Wings - Plaid
4. Konlied MX - Autechre
5. Entroscooper - Jamie Lidell
6. Brootle - Two Lone Swordsmen
7. Square Rave - Squarepusher
8. Sparrow - Mira Calix
9. Porn - Blue Jam
10. Cipater - Autechre
11. Daddy's Car - Jamie Lidell
12. Surfing On Sine Waves - Polygon Window
13. Quino - Phec - Polygon Window
14. In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country - Boards Of Canada
15. Les Nuits (Radio Edit) - Nightmares On Wax

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 April 2001
Format: Audio CD
To celebrate the opening of their New York office, Warp Records releases Routine, a compilation of work from some of its roster. This is another important step for Warp, following the tenth anninversary in 1999, and the move down from Sheffield to London last year. The presence of Warp Records on the North American continent means that all releases should now be widely available over there. With inputs from Plaid, Autechre, Squarepusher, or Boards Of Canada, Routine explores the last couple of years of the label's history. With the exception of Autechre's Konlied MK, this compilation doesn't include any previously unreleased tracks. However, this is as good an entry point as were the monumental Warp 10 series. Kicking off with the hard-to-find, twelve-inch only Plaid track Booc, Routine also include Nuno, taken from the forthcoming Prefuse73 album Vocal Studies And Uprock Narratives, as well as the brilliant Square Rave, taken from Squarepusher's Selection Sixteen album, Mira Calix's Sparrow, featured on her 2000 One On One album, Autechre's Cipater, from Chiastic Slide, Nightmares On Wax's classic chill out Les Nuits, from Carboot Soul, or the disturbing, yet highly amusing Porn, taken from Chris Morris's Radio 1 compilation Blue Jam. Routine also includes two Polygon Window tracks from the recently re-released Surfing On Sine Waves. If Routine obliterates the old classics from the label (LFO's LFO, Nightmares On Wax's Aftermath, Tricky Disco's Tricky Disco...), the fifteen tracks making the album offer an insight on the current direction(s) of the label, i.e. melodic or complex electronica, abstract hip-hop and deconstructed pop. Encompassing the best of what Warp Records is all about, Routine is an essential addition to any record collection, either as an introduction to Warp, or as a complement to Warp 10 series.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Dance Routine 7 April 2001
By B. Lasnier - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
To celebrate the opening of their New York office, Warp Records releases Routine, a compilation of work from some of its roster. This is another important step for Warp, following the tenth anninversary in 1999, and the move down from Sheffield to London last year. The presence of Warp Records on the North American continent means that all releases should now be widely available over there. With inputs from Plaid, Autechre, Squarepusher, or Boards Of Canada, Routine explores the last couple of years of the label's history. With the exception of Autechre's Konlied MK, this compilation doesn't include any previously unreleased tracks. However, this is as good an entry point as were the monumental Warp 10 series. Kicking off with the hard-to-find, twelve-inch only Plaid track Booc, Routine also include Nuno, taken from the forthcoming Prefuse73 album Vocal Studies And Uprock Narratives, as well as the brilliant Square Rave, taken from Squarepusher's Selection Sixteen album, Mira Calix's Sparrow, featured on her 2000 One On One album, Autechre's Cipater, from Chiastic Slide, Nightmares On Wax's classic chill out Les Nuits, from Carboot Soul, or the disturbing, yet highly amusing Porn, taken from Chris Morris's Radio 1 compilation Blue Jam. Routine also includes two Polygon Window tracks from the recently re-released Surfing On Sine Waves. If Routine obliterates the old classics from the label (LFO's LFO, Nightmares On Wax's Aftermath, Tricky Disco's Tricky Disco...), the fifteen tracks making the album offer an insight on the current direction(s) of the label, i.e. melodic or complex electronica, abstract hip-hop and deconstructed pop. Encompassing the best of what Warp Records is all about, Routine is an essential addition to any record collection, either as an introduction to Warp, or as a complement to Warp 10 series.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Warp's Finest 22 Mar 2002
By "charlesdexterrward" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Wow! This is an excellent compilation! After listening to it just a couple of times (I've since listened to it dozens and I just bought it a few weeks ago) I have bought albums by Prefuse73 (whom I've never heard of) Polygon Window (who I have of course heard of, but never actually heard) and Mira Calix (very impressive).
With ROUTINE you get it all. First off, there's 2 AE songs, one of which was unreleased. The other is from Chiastic Slide and is great as it reflects AE's progression from Tri Repetae to LP5 (not that lp5 is better than TR -no way!). The 2nd Polygon Window track is truly ambient and is reminiscent of SAWII. Soothing electronic landscapes, cool textures. The 1st sounds as if it could have been straight off SAWI.
Prefuse73 is basically hiphop/r&b samples cut up and patched together over a consistent beat to form a coherent song similar to DJ Shadow's work, but this is uptempo and sounds more like hip hop than Shadow. Very intense, attention grabbing stuff! The Plaid song is among the best I've heard from them and the Squarepusher track provides a good example of his unique gripping, hectic sound.
The CD ends with two of the most laidback downtempo tracks ever recorded. BoC (my favorite artists!)is beautifully psychedelic and hypnotic and the strings and lush sound of Les Nuits is a perfect way to end the compilation. If you like downtempo music as well as IDM you must hear Les Nuits. I have it on at least three other compilations as well as the Carboot Soul CD - incomparable downtempo song. And with Blue Jam's porn you even have some comic relief.
This CD is definitely worth the price as it serves as a great introduction to artists you may never have heard before and offers some cool and even hard to find songs from what have to be some of your favorite artists (if you like Warp). I hope Warp does one of these every year! There are many other great Warp artists, such as Brothomstates, but this serves as a great showcase of what's in their stable.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Excellent sampler for the Warp newbie 20 April 2001
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Speaking as a listener who's Warp knolwedge didn't expand much further than Autechre, Boards of Canada and a little bit of Plaid, I found this compilation to be an excellent introduction into the Warp back/futurecatalogue. I initially purchased Routine for the exclusive ae track, and it paid off: Konlied mx is somber track, mixing the shifting ambience of Amber with the scattered beats of LP5. The two Plaid tracks are quite fun, especially Booc. Aside from these tracks, the two gems for me happen to be Prefuse 73's Nuno and the Blue Jam/Chris Morris riff, Porn. Although Funkstörung did Intelligent Hip Hop first, the infectious Nuno is Intelligent Rap Top 40 style with bits (the keyword to this whole song is bit, as in fragments) of R&B thrown in somewhere. Porn, with its Boogie Nights earnestness yet with RDJ's twisted sense of humor, is raunchily hilarious. Speaking of RDJ, his two tracks under his Polygon Window hat show off his virtuosity, from the untitled track's frenetic rave-up aesthetic to the ambient downtempo Quino-Phec. Two Lone Swordsmen's Brootle is aptly named, both in its unrelenting basspowered beat and its cheeky tone. Mrs. Sean Booth, better known as Mira Calix, provides balance to the playfulness of TLS and Plaid with the dark Sparrow, quasi-minimal as if she stripped down a very narcoleptic Chiastic Slide track to just its burrowing clicks and spoiledmilk synth. NoW's Les Nuits, as a downtempo, foray into acid jazz worthy of Portishead is a splendiff closer. The only dispensible tracks belong to Jamie Lidell, who seems to just make loud distorted noisemelodies without coherent aim, certainly not in the good, Chiastic Slide way.
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