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Autechre - Garbage mp3 flac

Performer: Autechre
Title: Garbage
Style: Downtempo, Ambient
Released: 1995
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1582 mb
Size FLAC version: 1106 mb
Size WMA version: 1608 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 215
Genre: Electronic

Autechre - Garbage mp3 flac

Album · 1995 · 4 Songs.

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Comes in a standard tinted jewel case with 4-page booklet.

Somehow Autechre’s layered noise manages to break through my callousness and reach deep into my emotional core. Listening to Garbage transports me to a not too distant future, where technological advances have caused humankind to further detach from each other to the point of social ineptitude. These tracks are a collection of cuts that didn’t make it onto the Amber album hence the title Garbage. Most people refer to Amber or Tri Repetae as Autechre’s first masterpiece but for me Garbage will always be Autechre’s first work of brilliance.

Amber is the second studio album by English electronic music duo Autechre. It was released on 7 November 1994 by Warp Records. It was the first Autechre album to be composed entirely of new material, as their debut album Incunabula was a compilation of older tracks

Considered by many to be a key turning point in Autechre's career, Garbage definitely showcases the duo with a musical and technical reach rooted in their earliest releases, but only beginning to fully flower here. While the clinical performance style and soft melodies for which the band were initially known remain, their production and arrangement increasingly embraced unfamiliar, more aggressive approaches.

A solid evolution of their long form, more stripped back and ambient work. At only four tracks, Garbage shows the duos ability to create a vast and encapsulating atmosphere far more than their work prior. This is possibly the first major stepping stone into their later sonic supremacy, and is really undeserving of such a slandering name.

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A1 Garbagemx36 14:22
A2 PIOBmx19 7:35
B1 Bronchusevenmx24 9:35
B2 VLetrmx21 8:23

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Damont
  • Published By – Warp Music
  • Published By – EMI Music
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records


  • Design – The Designers Republic
  • Producer [Production] – Autechre
  • Written-By – Brown*, Booth*


Labels have the titles as:
A: Garbagemx. PIOBmx.
B: Bronchusevenmx. VLetrmx.

Published by Warp Music/EMI Music.
Made in England.
℗ & © 1995 Warp Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021603 058064
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021603058064
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): WAP58 A¹ - DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): WAP58 B¹ - DAMONT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAP58CD Autechre Garbage ‎(CD, EP) Warp Records WAP58CD UK 1995
WAP58CD Autechre Garbage ‎(CD, EP, RP) Warp Records WAP58CD UK 2000
WAP58CDD Autechre Garbage ‎(4xFile, ALAC, EP, RE) Warp Records WAP58CDD UK Unknown
WAP58 Autechre Garbage ‎(12", Promo) Warp Records WAP58 UK 1995
WAP58CDD Autechre Garbage ‎(4xFile, WAV, EP) Warp Records WAP58CDD UK Unknown

I never realised till now that it’s the same hills featured on the cover of Amber that are also on this cover, but put through a shredder type effect.
VLetrmx21 is one of the most beautiful ambient tunes ever made. So deep.
Any idea of a repress any time soon? . . . .
I was wondering this too, It would be a shame to not repress the EP's alongside the 3 x LP re-presses. This on 180g audiophile plastic would be unreal.
Garbagemx one of the best electronic track ever done
This is one of my favorite Autechre records, due mostly to the first track. This is not to say that the other three tracks are weak, but Garbagemx36 completely blows me away every time I put it on. One of the truly epic Autechre tracks, it clocks in at over 14 minutes. Many people would point to the fourth track, Vletrmx21, as the highlight of the record, but I would have to disagree. The fourth track is indeed beautiful, but essentially just a really good ambient track. The first track, however, is a different story. Garbagemx36 is the closest thing I can imagine to a work of musical surrealism. Much music is said to express certain feelings and emotions, but to me this track does more than that. It seems to conjure a whole subconscious landscape. To call it "atmospheric" would be an understatement. Indeed it's atmospheric, but also cohesive and distinct -- the painting of a picture straight from the minds of Booth, Brown, and their machines. Of course, that's all subjective, but it's not the only reason I love this track. For one thing, there's just lots of great programming: the bizarre trademark Autechre samples, dubby synths, and an excellent repetitive drum pattern. There are a lot of mysterious vocal events happening low in the mix (I'm not sure if they're actual vocal samples or synthesis/manipulation made to approximate speech dynamics). Whatever it is, it adds to the surrealism of the music. I honestly can't imagine how Autechre made these sounds, let alone managed to arrange them in such a beautiful way. One thing that really sets this track apart from some other great Autechre tracks is its structure. This is a tricky area within Autechre's work -- some of their tracks have a very structured layering of loops (particularly the Tri Repetae stuff). Others have abrupt, distinct mutations (mostly their more recent work). Some of their tracks don't seem to develop much at all. Most Autechre tracks just layer or mutate, as if the overall composition and contrast of elements over time is not huge a concern. This tendency is made apparent in their live shows, where they simply assault the audience with fast, intense loops without much regard for high/low points, pacing, etc. Not so with Garbagemx36 -- it spans a long path of development while maintaining the repetitive structure that makes Autechre songs what they are. The numbers in the song titles refer to percentages of the total EP running time.
Whenever I listen to this track, there is a particular passage within it that conjures up a vision of a jungle with animals making primitive noises (the samples remind me of birds and reptiles i suppose). This jungle is very surreal, kind of a hybrid between primitive and scientifically contrived. I agree with you, that track is a wonderful thing alone. The rest is beautiful too.
This is still Autechre's finest moment for me.Classical music meets what i called at the time "ambient". Whenever i play this 12" i still drift off to my own little world. Utterly essential.