Mike & Rich, Mike Paradinas, Richard D. James - Mr. Games album flac
Title: Mr. Games
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Richard D. James Album is the self-titled fourth studio album by British electronic musician Richard D. James, under his pseudonym Aphex Twin. In the United Kingdom, the album was released on 4 November 1996 through Warp. In the United States, it was released on 28 January 1997 by Sire Records, with the Girl/Boy EP included as bonus tracks. A reissue on vinyl was released on 18 September 2012.
Cover – Johnny Clayton, Richard James. Performer – Michael Paradinas, Richard James. Japanese title reads as "Game No Tatsujin" that translates to "Game Masters". Subtitled on bottom right of cover "expert knob twiddlers".
Mike & Rich’s 'Expert Knob Twiddlers' was made back in 1994. This text is not an instance of retrofitting; 'Expert Knob Twiddlers' was the title upon the original release in 1996. The cover of the Japanese CD version and the catalogue summaries included inside Caustic Window "Compilation" and The Braindance Coincidence list this release by the artist name only. Mr Frosty makes you more addicted to it the more you play it. Reply Notify me Helpful. Mike Paradinas and Richard D. James. this is a great production.
Mike Paradinas described the sound of the album as "an updated version of easy listening and funk". James had heard the music Paradinas had made under the name of Jake Slazenger and invited him to create tracks. Paradinas noted James had invited other artists to collaborate with him, including Luke Vibert, Squarepusher and Cylob and was honoured that his collaborative tracks. stating that the track "Mr. Frosty" made the album "worth owning". and Paradinas "cancels out the particular attractions of both artists, and the listener is left with a somewhat bland album.
The two most popular artists to record for Britain's Rephlex label - label-founder Richard D. James (Aphex Twin) and Michael Paradinas (µ-Ziq) - collaborated in 1996 for Expert Knob Twiddlers. Recalling the great Milton Bradley game boxes of the 1970s and '80s, the cover is a picture of James and Paradinas, in suitable low-res, chop-and-paste photos, playing a variant of Connect Four. Inside, the two techno auteurs' music mesh quite well; Paradinas' liquidy funk distortion smoothes out the calculated, almost sterile, experimentation of Aphex Twin.
Background information. Also known as. μ-Ziq, Tusken Raiders, Kid Spatula, Rude Ass Tinker, Jake Slazenger, Gary Moscheles, Frost Jockey. 1971-09-26) 26 September 1971. Mike & Rich (with Richard D. James aka Aphex Twin) . Slag Boom Van Loon (with Jochem Paap aka Speedy J) . Heterotic (with Lara Rix-Martin) . Planet Mu record label.
Listen to music from Mike & Rich like Mr. Frosty, Vodka & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mike & Rich. Mike & Rich is a duo consisting of electronic musicians Mike Paradinas (. -Ziq) and Richard D. James (aka Aphex Twin). In 1996, the two of them released the album Expert Knob Twiddlers. The album is an amalgam of the music stylings of Aphex Twin and µ-ziq, complete with peculiar samples of jazz and of the human anatomy; "Upright Kangaroo" features a prominent sample of a belch as part of the beat.
Two of experimental techno's most revered figures, Mike Paradinas (µ-Ziq) and Richard D. James (Aphex Twin), joined forces during the mid-'90s for a one-off collaboration under the name Mike Rich. Alternately referred to by the name Expert Knob Twiddlers or as a self-titled album, the duo's lone release was a casual, playful affair that more closely resembled Paradinas' easy listening lounge-funk produced under the monikers Jake Slazenger and Gary Moscheles than anything else by either musician. Mike & Rich - Mr. Frosty. Mike & rich 2. Vodka.