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AFX - Analogue Bubblebath 4 Album




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAT 019 CDAFX Analogue Bubblebath 4 ‎(CD, Single, Car)RephlexCAT 019 CDUK1994
CAT 019 CDAFX Analogue Bubblebath 4 ‎(CD, EP, RE)RephlexCAT 019 CDUK2003
CAT 019 CDAFX Analogue Bubblebath 4 ‎(CD, Single, Car)RephlexCAT 019 CDUK1994
CAT 019 CDAFX Analogue Bubblebath 4 ‎(CD, EP, RE, Car)RephlexCAT 019 CDUKUnknown
CAT019AFX Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 4 ‎(12", Single, Promo, W/Lbl)RephlexCAT019UK1994


  • Arranged By, Conductor [Conducted By], Written-ByRichard D. James
  • ProducerRichard D. James


℗ & © 1994 Rephlex.
Made in England.
Distributed in the UK by Vital.

"CAT 019 CD" printed on the inner ring (without the "B3374" prefix on another pressing).
Also this version has "distributed in the UK by Vital" printed on the backside, while others have "distributed in the UK by RTM" printed.
There is the website listed on the back cover indicating a 1997 or later re-issue.


  • Barcode (Printed): 50 27238 0019 2 5
  • Barcode (String): 5027238001925
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2309
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CAT 019 CD : 1 : 0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 2303
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, variant 2): CAT 019 CD : 1 : 0 MASTERED BY NIMBUS


  • Distributed By – Vital
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rephlex
  • Copyright (c) – Rephlex
  • Published By – Chrysalis Music
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus


Analogue Bubblebath 4 is an EP by Richard D. James under the alias AFX. It is the fourth release in the Analogue Bubblebath series. The EP consists of four tracks plus one hidden track on CD releases. It was released in 1994 on Rephlex Records in both CD and 12 vinyl formats. All tracks are untitled. However, many AFX fans have titled the songs after animals whose noises are thought to be heard on each track Elephant Song, Cuckoo, Gibbon, and Sloth, in order. These names have been adopted. 5 tracks 26:22. AFX - Analogue Bubblebath 1991. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. as AFX idmtechno. Songs in album AFX - Analogue Bubblebath 1991. AFX - Analalogue Bubblebath. AFX - Isopropophlex. AFX - Entrance To Exit. AFX - AFX2. Total votes: 8. Other albums by AFX. Analogue Bubblebath. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The fourth Analogue Bubblebath EPCD by AFX. The very first CD release is identifyable by the info Distributed in the UK by RTM and the absence of a specific mastering number for Nimbus. Later pressings were distributed by Vital 1997 or later and feature the website address on the back. Was hearing DJ H - Petruccio this morning and I couldn't help but to think there are some similarities in the kick pattern as 'Elephant Song. It was released a year before Analogue Bubblebath 4 was out - maybe Richard was inspired by this one Classic UK rave track so I wouldn't be surprised if he heard it. Either way, tough track, great release. The very latest chart stats about analogue bubblebath 4 - peak chart position, weeks on chart, week-by-week chart run, catalogue number. Search the Official Charts. Official singles Chart results matching:analogue bubblebath Song Lyrics for AFX's Analogue Bubblebath 4 album. Preview the embedded widget. AFX - Analogue Bubblebath 4 Album Lyrics. Knievel Lyrics. AFX Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Analogue Bubblebath 4 - Infobox Album Name Analogue Bubblebath 4 Type EP Artist AFX Background Released 1994 Recorded Genre Techno, Ambient Length 26:22 Label Rephlex Producer


AFX - Analogue Bubblebath 4 Album
Analogue Bubblebath 4
FLAC size:
1008 mb
MP3 size:
1336 mb
WMA size:
2849 mb
Techno, Experimental, Acid
Catalog №:
CAT 019 CD
"Cuckoo" is an interesting track; the rest are kinda forgettable.
I know this comment is 7 years old, but I don't think you can forget elephant with that entrance man
lol no way is sloth ever forgettable, in my opinion lol
Great little 5 tracker. 5*I thought the tracks had titles????1. Elephant Song2. Cuckoo3. Gibbon4. Sloth5. KnievelTo the best of my knowledge.
Actually the "fan titles" on SAW2 aren't fully unofficial. That album has photographs for track titles instead of words, and the "fan titles" are descriptions of the photos. Aphex Twin agrees with at least some of the fan titles on that album (Rhubarb and Radiator for example, because that's exactly what the photo is a picture of). Others are a bit more open to interpretation (Blur, White Blur, Stone In Focus).You're right about the fan titles on Analogue Bubblebath 4 not being based on anything at all though. All the tracks are supposed to be untitled. I usually like to use something like "AB4-01" for the first track title instead of the fan names.
Not quite. The titles you posted are fan titles (similar to Aphex Twins Selected Ambient Works 2). Officially the tracks are Untitled.
Oddly, one of my fav Aphex releases. It's not sunday morning listening by a long stretch, but played at the right time it's a destroyer!!!!!RAAAH!
This is one of my least favourite RDJ releases alongside Power Pill. The songs presented seem to be some form of endurance test, Elephant Song is repetitive and noisy and I don't mean in an interesting abstract kind of way. Gibbon is certainly a better track with some amazing acid riffs, stomping beats and spooky signature synths towards the end but most likely will be too corrosive and repetitive for most listeners.Cuckoo is a nice little number with care-free droopy Paradinas-style synth work and nice bassy beats reminiscent of AB3. The synths in Sloth are somewhat of a prelude to Hangable Autobulb but in my opinion the track suffers from a pleasent but uninteresting noise which repeats every three seconds for eight minutes.
I love this EP now haha
A vastly overrated release from Aphex Twin, and I must say I was dissapointed after reading promising reviews from other listeners. Gibbon is an extremely hard and wild track that does nothing for me other than make me deaf. Likewise, Elephant Song is extremely loud and banging, but it has some more creativity in it. Cuckoo is quite the opposite, an almost cheesey and extremely happy and dreamy track. Sloth is a chilled back track, my favorite on this release (and even this track isn't that great), and Knievel is nothing more than a strange vocoder effect on some spoken words. None of the tracks seem very complex or thought-out, rather, this release sounds like an average techno release. Overall, the quality of these tracks is horrible, nowhere near the finesse that Richard displays on his other releases.
This is really a spectacular AFX album, my first of aphex's AFX albums, and most certainly not my last. I love every song on here, and the last one is too short to worry about being a waste of time. I love the scream in the first track, I don't know, I guess I just find it humorous, and the hard rythm is pretty creepy, I think. I love the song 'Cuckoo', it really is catchy. Heck, all of the songs on this are pretty great, and I am really happy with the release.
Not just the best Analogue Bubblebath but probably the best AFX release, excluding the Analord series. Much talk is made of the screaming on Track 1, but those who complain are missing the whole point of the song, and in fact this whole release, which is to forget all human pretensions and simply let one's primal animal instincts take over. Why else are the track titles all named after animals? As for the rest of the tracks, what can I say, they're all brilliant. I could try to describe them in words but you'd be much better off just buying it and taking a listen for yourself. ESSENTIAL.
ha the screaming is what makes it! brilliant in a club ,everyone always screams along to it, hard big solid beats which puts venetian to shame,slow his tracks down to this tempo and they will sound thin cold and boring this sound big phat and chunky and has a lot of big balls id say. lovely release
This is not an overall great release, but it is fairly good. Track #1 is boring and annoying if you listen to it at home, but I'm sure it would be awesome on the dance floor. Track #2 is the best reason to buy AB4. This is a wonderful bubbly song that brings the more light-hearted side of RDJ out. Track #5, regardless of not being music, is still an interesting and slightly humorous way to end the album.
This release could be freakin' classic, but just misses. Track 1 just bangs HARD. Crazy hard acid beats with someone screaming every so often for about 6 minutes. I could love this track if not for all the screaming (in fact, the beat reminds me of some of the newer Venetian Snares). But there IS screaming, and lot's of it. I've owned this CD since 94 and I just cannot listen to more than the first minute of this track (before the screaming starts). Tracks 2 and 3 are nice. One of them has some chirping birds before it goes of into some quick bounciness with a few start/stops for good measure. One is evidently forgetable as I have no memory of it at this moment. However, track 4 is in MY PERSONAL top 10 RDJ tracks of all time. A beautiful 8 minutes of contemplative bliss. Lush deep stings and minimal beats to the point that it could be called ambient. Except there is this loud cold bleep sound that runs the length of the track (on the 2 I believe), keeping you from drifting too far away. Early genious from RDJ.
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