Richard D. James Album

Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
1996 Ratings: #17 / 64
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Based on 853 ratings
1996 Ratings: #13
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Fhhgvnjscvbbg
100
2 days ago marks the day I have been a user on this site for half a year. I would have done a review that day, but I was on vacation. Since October 8th, 2020, I have written over 80 reviews (some of which I deleted because I was embarrassed by them), I rated hundreds of albums, and failed to get a username change. On a more serious note, thank you to everyone who has supported my account. One more thing I want to mention is how I change my pfp all the time. In chronological order, I think my ... read more
luna128
90
alright richard you did good but get the scary man off the cover art and we can negotiate maybe a 10
BuffaloStaple
100
don't have any problems with this tbh, came out multiple decades ago and still sounds like it's from the future, incredible.
exception
92
When I listen to this album, I can't say that I think too much of it. But then when I listen to any other electronically based piece of music made after this, I realize just how important and influential the Richard D. James Album is to music.

fav tracks: Corn Mouth, Fingerbib, To Cure a Weakling Child
Plats
99
"Richard D. James Album" is such an amazing feat for the titular man. The titty man. This thing is filled to the brim with abrasive beats on top of the signature Aphex ambient touch to help it feel atmospheric and comfy. I'd hardly say these are dance tunes because of how technical and speedy the percussion is in contrast to the warm synths. Not to mention, the tracks here are masterpieces! "Fingerbib", "4", "Carn Marth" and "To Cure a Weakling ... read more
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Added on: August 14, 2012