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Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic / Hip hop & Rap / Rock / Classical
Title: Warp20 (1989-2009)
Released: 2009
Style: Leftfield, Abstract, Instrumental, Glitch, Techno, Post Rock, Ambient, IDM, Electro, Drum n Bass, Modern Classical, Experimental, Breakbeat
FLAC version ZIP size: 1769 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1268 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1793 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 845

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Warp (also known as Warp Records) is an English independent record label, founded in Sheffield in 1989 by record store workers Steve Beckett, Rob Mitchell and record producer Robert Gordon. It is currently based in London.

Warp20 (Recreated) - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел 16 сентября 2009г. В альбом вошло 22 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:44:51.

Warp's artists create groundbreaking music, videos and cinema; Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Battles, Flying Lotus, Kelela, Yves Tumor. Watch and listen here. Warp20 (Recreated), Album, 2009. 10+1 Influences, UnKnown, 2009. Donkey Punch: The Soundtrack, Lp, 2008. We Are Reasonable People, Album, 2008.

Warp20 (1989-2009) The Complete Catalogue: 192 page book: 10" square, 192 page full-colour, perfect-bound book. The complete-ist's dream - a catalogue of artwork of every Warp release from its inception in 1989 to August 2009. Includes artwork from over 400 sleeves including work by the Designers Republic, Julian House, Build, Universal Everything and Kim Hiorthøy amongst others. Forward by Warp co-founder Steve Beckett.

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Warp20 (Unheard)
A1 Boards Of Canada Seven Forty Seven 6:43
B1 Autechre Oval Moon (IBC Mx) 7:11
B2 Clark* Rattlesnake 1:58
C1 Plaid Dett 5:11
C2 Elecktroids Elecktroids Bonus Circuit 2:41
D1 Flying Lotus Tronix 3:46
D2 Nightmares On Wax Biofeedback Dub 5:08
E1 Plaid Sam Lac Run 3:49
E2 Nightmares On Wax Mega Donutz Dub 5:14
F1 Broadcast Sixty Forty 4:29
F2 Seefeel As Link 3:09
Warp20 (Infinite)
G1 Boards Of Canada Dayvan Cowboy
G2 Jamie Lidell Daddy No Lie
G3 Plone Bibi Plone
G4 Broadcast Michael A Grammar
G5 Battles Atlas
G6 Two Lone Swordsmen Hope We Never Surface
G7 LFO Ultra Schall
G8 Clark* The Magnet Mine
G9 Jimi Tenor Sugardaddy
G10 Polygon Window Quoth
G11 Flying Lotus GNG BNG
G12 Squarepusher Illegal Dustbin
G13 Chok Rock Give It Up
G14 Pivot In The Blood
G15 Boards Of Canada Open The Light
G16 LFO Freak
G17 The Other People Place Let Me Be Me
G18 Aphex Twin Fingerbib
G19 Mira Calix Ithanga
G20 Autechre Basscadet
G21 Mira Calix Upiyano
G22 Plaid Ol
G23 Disjecta Dormin
G24 Bibio S'Vive
G25 Something J / DJ Maxximus Mercedes Bentley Vs Versace Armani (DJ Maxximus Dubplate Remix)
Remix – DJ Maxximus
I1 Boards Of Canada Telephasic Workshop
I2 Autechre Theme Of Sudden Roundabout
I3 Leila featuring Seaming To The Exotics
I4 Broadcast Corporeal
I5 Antipop Consortium Ghostlawns
I6 The Sabres Of Paradise Ano Electro (Allegro)
I7 Harmonic 33 The Shapeshifter
I8 Chris Clark Frost Investigation
I9 V.L.A.D. Roll_X
I10 Aphex Twin On
I11 Move D Cymbelin
I12 Drexciya Black Sea
I13 Broadcast America's Boy
I14 Mira Calix Paarl
I15 Boards Of Canada An Eagle In Your Mind
I16 Flying Lotus Parisian Goldfish
I17 Nightmares On Wax I'm For Real
I18 Jamie Lidell Da Doo Doo
I19 Squarepusher The Barn (303 Kebab Mix)
I20 Autechre Draun Quarter
I21 Nightmares On Wax A Case Of Funk
I22 Squarepusher My Red Hot Car (Girl)
I23 Boards Of Canada Spiro
I24 Disjecta Alum Chime
I25 Mike Ink Paroles (Mike Ink Remix 96)
Remix – Mike Ink
Warp20 (Elemental)
CD1-1.1 Forgemasters Track With No Name 6:24
CD1-1.2 !!! Hello? Is This Thing On?
CD1-1.3 Elecktroids Future Tone
CD1-1.4 LFO We Are Back
CD1-1.5 Lex Loofah Freaky Deaky (More Bounce To The Ounce Mix)
CD1-1.6 DJ Majuva* Township Funk
CD1-1.7 Leila featuring Khemahl* & Thaon Richardson Little Acorns
CD1-1.8 Coco Steel & Lovebomb Feel It
CD1-1.9 Tricky Disco Tricky Disco
CD1-1.10 DJ Majuva* Township Funk
CD1-2.1 Red Snapper Hot Flush 4:20
CD1-2.2 Nightmares On Wax Aftermath
CD1-2.3 Battles Atlas
CD1-2.4 Sweet Exorcist Clonk (Freebase)
CD1-3.1 The Step Yeah You (Robert's Mix) 2:42
CD1-3.2 Aphex Twin Windowlicker
CD1-4.1 Aphex Twin Windowlicker (Acid Edit) 5:54
CD1-4.2 Jimmy Edgar Personal Information
CD1-4.3 Elecktroids Mystery World
CD1-4.4 Luke Vibert I Love Acid
CD1-4.5 Prefuse 73 Busy Signal (Make You Go Bombing)
CD1-5.1 Pivot Epsilon 5:09
CD1-5.2 Flying Lotus Parisian Goldfish
CD1-5.3 Jimmy Edgar Hold It, Attach It, Connect It
CD1-5.4 Broadcast Small Song IV
CD1-6.1 Boards Of Canada Melissa Juice 6:31
CD1-6.2 Jamie Lidell A Little Bit More (Luke Vibert Mix)
Remix – Luke Vibert
CD1-6.3 Harmonic 313 Cyclotron
CD1-6.4 The Sabres Of Paradise Wilmot
CD1-6.5 Hudson Mohawke Polkadot Blues
CD1-6.6 Aphex Twin Milkman
CD1-6.7 Jake Slazenger Hung Like A Bull
CD1-7.1 Boards Of Canada Roygbiv 4:16
CD1-7.2 Seefeel When Face Was Face (Isan Kitchen Sink Space Anthem Mix)
Remix – Isan
CD1-7.3 Disjecta Gammi
CD1-7.4 Grizzly Bear He Hit Me
CD1-8.1 Squarepusher Come On My Selector 3:45
CD1-8.2 Chris Clark Bricks
CD1-8.3 Aphex Twin Bucephalus Bouncing Ball
CD1-9.1 Richard H Kirk* Lost Souls On Funk 6:31
CD1-9.2 Squarepusher Welcome To Europe
CD1-9.3 Autechre 6IE.CR
CD1-9.4 Broadcast Bit 35
CD1-9.5 RAC Double Jointed
CD1-10.1 Antipop Consortium Ghostlawns (LFO Rik Waller Mix)
Remix – LFO
CD1-10.2 Squarepusher My Red Hot Car
CD1-10.3 LFO Freak
CD1-10.4 Hudson Mohawke Overnight
CD1-10.5 Wild Planet Electron
CD1-10.6 Ultradyne E Coli
CD1-10.7 Polygon Window Quoth
CD1-11.1 Seefeel Vex 3:32
CD1-11.2 Plaid Eyen
CD1-11.3 !!! Heart Of Hearts (DJ Kaos HoH Extended)
Remix – DJ Kaos*
CD1-12.1 Jackson And His Computer Band* Utopia 5:44
CD1-12.2 Prefuse 73 Desks, Pencils, Bottles
CD1-12.3 The Sabres Of Paradise Tow Truck (Depth Charge Mix)
Remix – Depth Charge
CD1-12.4 Brothomstates Adozenaday
CD1-12.5 Nightmares On Wax Ethnic Majority
CD1-13.1 Gravenhurst East Of The City 4:29
CD1-13.2 LFO LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix)
CD1-13.3 Aphex Twin SAWII Untitled 7
CD1-13.4 Harmonic 313 Music Substitute System
CD1-13.5 Maximo Park* Apply Some Pressure
CD1-13.6 Grizzly Bear Deep Blue Sea (Daniel Rossen Home Recording)
Remix – Daniel Rossen
Warp20 (Recreated)
CD2-1 Born Ruffians Milkman/To Cure A Weakling Child 5:30
CD2-2 Jimi Tenor Japanese Electronics 5:26
CD2-3 Maximo Park* When 3:34
CD2-4 Tim Exile A Little Bit More 4:04
CD2-5 Rustie Midnight Drive 3:39
CD2-6 Luke Vibert LFO 5:48
CD2-7 Autechre What Is House? (LFO Remix) 4:26
CD2-8 Russell Haswell Cabasa Cabasa 4:51
CD2-9 Clark* So Malleable 4:58
CD2-10 Diamond Watch Wrists Fool In Rain 5:30
CD2-11 Hudson Mohawke ft. Wednesday Nite Paint The Stars 3:05
CD3-1 Mark Pritchard 3/4 Heart 7:13
CD3-2 Mira Calix With Oliver Coates In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country 6:16
CD3-3 Pivot Colorado 4:14
CD3-4 Bibio Kaini Industries 3:41
CD3-5 Jamie Lidell Little Brother 4:42
CD3-6 Leila Vordhosbn 5:01
CD3-7 John Callaghan Phylactery 5:35
CD3-8 Gravenhurst I Found The F 3:27
CD3-9 Plaid On My Bus 4:16
CD3-10 Seefeel Acrobat 4:03
Warp20 (Chosen)
CD4-1 Aphex Twin Windowlicker
Written-By – Richard D. James
CD4-2 Boards Of Canada Roygbiv
Written-By – Eoin*, Sandison*
CD4-3 Squarepusher My Red Hot Car
Written-By – Tom Jenkinson
CD4-4 Battles Atlas
Written-By – Battles
CD4-5 LFO LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix)
Written-By – Varley*, Bell*, Williams*
CD4-6 Plaid Eyen
Written-By – Turner*, Walsh*, Handley*
CD4-7 Luke Vibert I Love Acid
Written-By – Luke Vibert
CD4-8 Autechre Gantz Graf
Written-By – Brown*, Booth*
CD4-9 Jimmy Edgar I Wanna Be Your STD
Written-By – Jimmy Edgar
CD4-10 Clark* Herzog
Written-By – Christopher Clark*
CD5-1 Broadcast Tender Buttons
Written-By – Cargill*, Keenan*
CD5-2 Grizzly Bear Colorado
Written-By – Grizzly Bear
CD5-3 Squarepusher My Sound
Written-By – Tom Jenkinson
CD5-4 Boards Of Canada Amo Bishop Roden
Written-By – Eoin*, Sandison*
CD5-5 Battles Race : Out
Written-By – Battles
CD5-6 Flying Lotus GNG BNG
Written-By – Flying Lotus
CD5-7 Xeper (Black Dog Productions)* Carceres Ex Novum
Written-By – Turner*, Handley*, Downie*
CD5-8 Nightmares On Wax I'm For Real
Written-By – Evelyn*, Harper*
CD5-9 Mike Ink Paroles (Original)
Written-By – Mike Ink
CD5-10 Aphex Twin Bucephalus Bouncing Ball
Written-By – Richard D. James
CD5-11 Jamie Lidell Daddy's Car
Written-By – Jamie Lidell
CD5-12 Squarepusher / AFX* Freeman Hardy & Willis Acid
Written-By – James*, Jenkinson*
CD5-13 Seefeel Spangle
Written-By – Seymour*, Fletcher*, Clifford*, Peacock*
CD5-14 Autechre Drane
Written-By – Brown*, Booth*


  • Art Direction, Design – YES*
  • Artwork [Möbius Manufacture] – Metropolitan Works
  • Coordinator [Music] – Marcus Scott (tracks: CD2-1 to CD3-10)
  • Design [Image Post-production] – Bernard Ryan
  • DJ Mix – Osymyso (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-13)
  • Mastered By – John Dent (tracks: CD3-1), Noel Summerville (tracks: A1 to F2, CD1-1 to CD2-11, CD3-2 to CD5-14), Rashad* (tracks: G1 to I25)
  • Photography By – Dan Holdsworth
  • Technician [Print Production Consultant] – Daniel Mason


20th anniversary release comes packaged in a 10 inch square slipcase wrapped in charcoal Buckram embossed paper with tipped-on gloss-laminated cover photograph. Limited to pre-order sales plus a small number sold at Warp20 events and through select retail outlets from 5th October 2009. 5000 copies were manufactured.
Original purchasers from Bleep (Warp Records' commercial website) were also given the option to download "Warp20 (Unheard)" in MP3 320kbps format.

Warp20 (Unheard): Triple 10" Vinyl LP - Housed in uncoated card sleeves with debossed foiled typography.
Catalogue №: WARPLP20⁰(A-F) on cover, WARPLP200 in run-out groove.

Warp20 (Infinite): Double 10" Vinyl - all tracks on vinyl sides G & I contain short infinite locked-groove loops. Vinyl sides H & J have two different versions of the Warp20 infinite Möbius etched on the surface without tracks, housed in uncoated card sleeves with debossed covers with foiled typography.
Catalogue №: WARPLP20⁰(G&I) on cover, WARPLP 200 in run-out groove.

Warp20 (Elemental): CD mixed compilation - packaged in deluxe case bound 10" folder. Tracks are numbered 01-65 on the cover, however, there are only 13 tracks on the CD itself: each containing on average 5 sections, samples, or fragments of each tune per track. Mixed in NW5.
Catalogue №: WARPCD20⁰

Warp20 (Recreated): Double CD compilation - 2 x CDs featuring cover versions of Warp songs by Warp artists packaged in a deluxe case-bound 10" folder.
Catalogue №: WARPCD20¹

Warp20 (Chosen): Double CD compilation - tracks on CD1 were chosen by fans on the Warp20 website & CD2 was chosen by Warp co-founder Steve Beckett. Personal messages and memories from Warp20.net feature on a large pullout poster. Packaged in a deluxe case-bound 10" folder.
Catalogue №: WARPCD20²

Comes with a 192 page book of the complete Warp Records catalogue (1989-2009) in graphite coloured non-coated card cover with debossed and foiled typography.

All tracks mastered at Metropolis, London except: G1 to I25 mastered at Dubplates & Mastering Design; CD3-1 mastered at Loud, Taunton.

This compilation ℗&© 2009 Warp Records Limited.

Made in EU.

CD2-1 originally performed by Aphex Twin.
CD2-2 originally performed by Elecktroids.
CD2-3 originally performed by Vincent Gallo.
CD2-4 originally performed by Jamie Lidell.
CD2-5 originally performed by Elecktroids.
CD2-6 originally performed by LFO.
CD2-7 originally performed by LFO.
CD2-8 originally performed by Wild Planet.
CD2-9 originally performed by Milanese.
CD2-10 originally performed by Pivot.
CD2-11 originally performed by Jimi Tenor.
CD3-1 originally performed by Black Dog Productions.
CD3-2 originally performed by Boards Of Canada.
CD3-3 originally performed by Grizzly Bear.
CD3-4 originally performed by Boards Of Canada.
CD3-5 originally performed by Grizzly Bear.
CD3-6 originally performed by Aphex Twin.
CD3-7 originally performed by Autechre.
CD3-8 originally performed by Broadcast.
CD3-9 originally performed by Plone.
CD3-10 originally performed by Maximo Park.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WARPLP200 847851A N5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Crossed Out): WAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 84785 1B WARPLP200
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 84785 1C WARPLP200
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 84785 1D WARPLP200
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): 84785 1E WARPLP200
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): 84785 1F WARPLP200
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G): 84785 1G WARPLP 200G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side I): 84785 1I WARPLP 200I
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Mirror Band): EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD200 01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Plastic Hub): MADE IN THE UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0497
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD201/1 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0418
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD201/2 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI 04AD
  • Matrix / Runout (CD4 Mirror Band): EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD202/1 01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD4 Plastic Hub): MADE IN THE UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD4): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD4): IFPI 0471 IFPI 04BC
  • Mould SID Code (CD4 Crossed Out): IFPI HU11
  • Matrix / Runout (CD5): EDC Blackburn Ltd WARPCD202/2 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD5): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD5): IFPI 0416 IFPI 04AP

Anyone willing to sell the two 10" records with the locked grooves? I love them and collect them, so if you don't want these or don't care about splitting up this set (or only have part of it to begin with), I would love to have these someday. Please feel free to send me a message. Thanks!

The Unheard disc definitely needs to be heard! "Oval moon" is pure bliss, it must be an outtake from the Incunabula area, they just don't make music so good these days. Seefeel also uncovers a true ambient gem in "As Link, and BOC puts the icing on the cake with 747!

The Box is fantastic and the tracks in a great quality. I only have one Problem with my Box: Instead of the vinyl "unheard, Side E and F" I got the one with the Side C and D again. So I have C and D doubled, and E and F is missing. Bad. Do any one has wrong Records in the Box?

OK, first of all, there is WAY too much music here for me to stop by and review. However, if you are a fan of Warp and a competent conoisseur of electronic music, a fair chunk of these artist names and tracks will light a bulb in your head. More to the point: this is loaded with classic music from start to finish. Anything else I could have added to better fit the description would have been superfluous. You know Warp? You know their sytle and their reputation? Good. You will get enough Warp here to last you three life times. This is "creme de la creme" of a label whoose importance rose above and beyond the mere limits of techno music, this is 20 years of continous hard work and constant input recorded, recollected and gathered in one place. The package. Warp have raised the bar to insane heights this time around. There are five pieces of vinyl (with the amazing Warp logo etchings) and 5 compact discs loaded with quality material. Unreleased tunes, locked grooves, flawless DJ mix, reworks, carefully selected greatest hits and what not - you name it! To top it all off, it is packaged in 10" folders, with a booklet which covers the entire twenty year run of Warp, through pictures of their release catalogue. There is enough material here to keep you occupied for hours. You can listen, you can skim along or just let the box set reside on your shelf and admire. Seriously, this time around Warp have eliminated the competition, big time. Enough territory and styles are visited throughout, that it is safe to say this blurres genres, brings together many forms of tastes and evokes many sweet and fond memories from various stops electronic music has made during the past two decades. I am sure this will draw fans of electronic music from virtually all of its ramifications and compell many listeners to buy it, if not for the unbelievable tracklist, then emotions will prevail, and people will just let their impulsive temper convince them to place the purchase. To conclude, I have no idea for how long has this one been in the making, but chances are slim any label will outdo what Warp has treated us to right here for years to come. Everything has been handled with care, we are provided with real creativity and art, but when I say art, I don't imply only the musical side of things, because true craftmanship has been injected in both, the music and the gorgeous package. Essential!

Ah yes, and if people would sell CDs in 10Inch folders, I'd even buy CDs again. The packaging is ground-breaking and pure beauty. It's like opening a book and finding a silver sound treasure instead of letters. The haptic sensation of the release feels like loosing the ground under your feet. Though the box itself is quite tensely packed. It's hard to get the release out of the box. But once you got it you are just daaaaancing, yeah!

Funny duck
This one is massive. Whoever releases a collector's edition after this has to beat this high standard! And whoever sells this nice package (and in particular for only 200 €) is out of his/her mind. The locked grooves are even in identical speed, so mixing is just easy and total fun since you can switch from one loop to another in a second. The unheard songs are great to. No gap filler here. Pure golden sounds. And Osymyso's mix is incredible. Never beat the beat smith (as Amon Tobin once rightly said).

the circumference of a disk is longer at the outer rim, hence one would expect the time a locked groove takes to complete one revolution to shorten as the record progresses.

Maybe he meant that the BPMs were the same, which made it easier to mix or that it slipped into the groove seamlessly (which doesnt always happen with a locked grooves). You dont need to be a dick about it!

"The locked grooves are even in identical speed, so mixing is just easy and total fun since you can switch from one loop to another in a second" it seems to me that you're not the king of mathematics, r u? Ask yourself this really stupid and, in this case, essential question: why are all the lock grooves at identical speed? Oh, maybe it's because when a record turns at 33.3pm per sec, it means that wherever the nail is reading the record, the time it takes to make the circle is identical throughout the reading of the record... That's elementary school business mate!