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Squarepusher - Go Plastic album flac Performer: Squarepusher
Title: Go Plastic
Style: IDM, Drum n Bass, Experimental, Breakcore
Released: 2001
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1736 mb
FLAC album: 1337 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: XM APE DXD MMF MPC AU VOC
Genre: Electronic

Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album). Warp Records, Beat Records. This has got to be the most advanced Squarepusher stuff. I know there's plenty of this type of music around, but the sheer quality of it it both inspiring and depressing- I'm never going to make music this good. Try playing with it on your samplers, slow it down and it still sounds champion.

Go Plastic is a 2001 studio album by British electronic musician Squarepusher, released on Warp. It peaked at number 100 on the UK Albums Chart. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Go Plastic is a 2001 studio album by British electronic musician Squarepusher, released on Warp.

On Go Plastic, Jenkinson picks up where his Big Loada EP left off, almost as if Music is Rotted One Note had never existed. Go Plastic exhumes the corpse of stuttering, fast-paced percussion and arbitrary programming that was bled dry and buried in a time when the Y2K bug still signified economic collapse and nuclear meltdowns. For what it's worth, Jenkinson does at least attempt to update the outdated. The problem is, he draws on all the wrong elements. The closing "Plaistow Flex Out" is Go Plastic's true triumph. It blends some of the jazzy weirdness of Rotted One Note with the eerie warehouse tension of Photek's Modus Operandi. 4-bit Pong blips reverberate under a relaxed hip-hop bass and snare.

Album · 2001 · 10 Songs. After a lengthy detour into the world of lo-fi jazz, Squarepusher's Tom Jenkinson renewed his enthusiasm for techno music with 2001’s Go Plastic. At a time when drum and bass was becoming utterly passé, Jenkinson made what could be considered the first drum and bass revival album. This brand of manic techno music is obviously where he feels most at home, and his sojourn into other musical territories clearly left him with a renewed sense of purpose

) Jenkinson quickly moves from the single to "Boneville Occident" and "Go! Spastic," a pair.

BPM Profile Go Plastic. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at 79BPM (-63), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Squarepusher. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs. bad guy (Billie Eilish).


My Red Hot Car 4:42
Boneville Occident 4:53
Go! Spastic 6:20
Metteng Excuske v1.2 1:08
The Exploding Psychology 6:44
I Wish You Could Talk 4:54
Greenways Trajectory 7:08
Tommib 1:19
My Fucking Sound 7:05
Plaistow Flex Out 4:28


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WARPLP85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(2xLP, Album) Warp Records WARPLP85 UK 2001
BRC-40 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records, Beat Records BRC-40 Japan 2001
724381043424, 8104342 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album) Source, Warp Records, Source, Warp Records 724381043424, 8104342 France 2001
WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records, Zomba WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2 Germany 2001
WARPCD85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD85 US 2001
WARPCD85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD85 UK 2001
WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2P Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records, Zomba WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2P Germany 2001
WARP ADVCD 85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Warp Records WARP ADVCD 85 US 2001
WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2, none Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Warp Records , Zomba , Future Sounds Records WARPCD85, RTD 126.3820.2, none Russia 2001
WARPCD85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album, RE) Warp Records WARPCD85 UK 2006
WARPCD85 Squarepusher Go Plastic ‎(CD, Album, RE, EDC) Warp Records WARPCD85 US Unknown

Comments: (16)
Great great album! Like lukenative reviews before, it will blow you away! Especially 'The Exploding Psychology'. Its such a damn massive track with so much freakness in it and that great 'come down' half tempo finish with this brilliant two unison synth figures - just heavenly! If you want to totally freak out the crowd just play 'Boneville Occident' which is such a great 'in your face' joint with some nice unexpected 'sorry, not this way' breaks in it. The closing of this LP 'Plaistow Flex Out' is a great atmospheric downtempo track which is really an excellent finish for a superb strange record.If you like this album, dont miss the 'My Red Hot Car' single which includes a amusing version of 'I Wish You Could Talk' called 'I Wish You Obelisk'.One of Toms bests. Thanks man!
To anyone who doubts that Tom Jenkinson is one of the craziest minds in all of music, one only needs to listen to "Greenways Trajectory"; which starts off insane enough, before devolving into complete rhythmless psychosis(it truly sounds like the upcoming man vs machine war).My third Pusher album(as crazy as that sounds), from the opening swagger of "My Red Hot Car" to the closing laid-back sleaze of "Plaistow Flex-out", this is definitely one for the collection. "The Exploding Psychology" is spine-tingling. "Go! Spastic" definitely lives up to its name(rarely dropping below 200+ BPM), and "My Fucking Sound" couldn't be further from its namesake on MRON if it tried.NOT the place to start one's journey into Tom's mind, but a very rewarding(if not completely maddening) listen.
One of the most amazing electronic albums ever made. I have been listening to this since it's release and I am still blown away. A masterpiece of creative work. This is when Squarepusher made his mark.
Full of abrupt and annoying sounds in a jumbled mess. There are a couple of tracks that have actual melodies and bearable soundscapes, but most of this stuff I can hardly consider music. Definitely not Squarepusher's best work, 1/5.And yeah, I know: I just "didn't get it". Well, if you want to be a part of a fancy little club, that "understands" music that no one else does, then this is right up your alley. Everyone else will probably want to steer clear of this crap.
Are you kidding me
ye you didnt get it at all matey
This is most definitely Tom's "Confield". Polarizing to say the least.
oy vey
I think you should press repeat.
Just no
Tom Jenkinson at his best. Go plastic is a personnal vision and a mental twister from Squarepusher's prolific mind. There is sounds, tracks and shapes in this album that put your hears over and over. You will discorver little noises after listening my red hot car, or my fucking sound, even if it's not the first time that you listen to it. Go plastic makes everyone crazy, the scratches at the midlle are amazing and the mix of experimental and d'n'b into the beats puts the all track into a wierd dancing movement. The masterpiece of the album is, i think, the exploding psychology. This track it's like a sick dream of what any experimental track should be. I'm not kidding, the pads and the work on the echoes make any electronic lover put on his knees saying respect, respect. The melody at the end will grab your skin for a long time... Another crazy sound is greenways trajectory. Remembering mixing it in a free party when the sun rise up, and all the dogs of the place came over the wall, screaming and yealing at it. There's ultrasounds at the middle end, will you hear it ? Plainstow flex out is the way for squarepusher to remind us that he can also do slow things, suchlike tommib. This is a mark in electronic history, don't miss it !
When I first listened to this, a few years ago, I didn't know this kind of freak music yet, and I didn't like it, except My Red Hot Car and the beautiful melodic part of The Exploding Psychology. I listened to this again and again, and I began to understand the music. I began to understand that it was the real music, the less boring stuff. Now, I find My Red Hot Car less cool, but The Exploding Psychology and I Wish You Could Talk are the two best tracks I know. And Plaistow Flex Out the best acid-ambient track. The all piece is a chef d'oeuvre, for me the most important album from Squarepusher, my favourite artist for this. Listen to this in the night, lightless.
I was turned on to Jenkinson via the "Vic Acid" ep. Which could never have prepared me for this album. Go Plastic is as amazing as a record could possibly be. "Greenways Trajectory" blew my little mind. The sound of drums-n-bass forcing itself into the sky. The sheer underlining excitement of "My Fucking Sound" as compared to "My Sound" from "Music Is Rotted" is also exceptional. From the quiet church-like solemness of "Tommib" to "Go! Spastic" and what it implies, to the smooth bubbling chill of "Plaistow Flex Out" this is a record of greatness to anyone who truly loves electronic music.
Nothing personal
This has got to be the most advanced Squarepusher stuff. I know there's plenty of this type of music around, but the sheer quality of it it both inspiring and depressing- I'm never going to make music this good. Try playing with it on your samplers, slow it down and it still sounds champion. It'd be great if you could slow it right down and just wallow in it, like a work of art. Hooks? Aplenty. Foul-mouthed and fast like a night at the dogs.
Lots of blitzed out drill and bass with experimental noises and sounds thrown in. Not much in the way of memorable hooks or melodies.
this is one of the most impressive, disorientating and completely mad records i have heard since aphex twin's richard d. james album. absolutly breathtaking.