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GAK - GAK flac album
  • Performer GAK
  • Title GAK
  • Date of release 1994
  • Country UK
  • Style Techno, Experimental
  • Other formats AIFF TTA VQF RA ASF MP4 ADX
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1398 mb
  • Size FLAC 1333 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 788

Redirected from GAK (album)). GAK is an EP by Richard D. James (Aphex Twin) released in 1994 under the moniker "GAK". The record is sourced from demos Richard D. James sent to Warp Records in 1990 prior to his signing. The album is rumored to be an imitation of the classic Warp artist LFO (British band). James recorded the songs possibly around 1989-1990.

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After releasing the album Drukqs in 2001, James went into a period of inactivity as Aphex Twin but continued to issue new music under other aliases, including the 2005 Analord EP series as AFX and a pair of 2007 releases as The Tuss, as well as archival material such as an unreleased 1994 LP in 2014 as Caustic Window. James returned as Aphex Twin in 2014 with the album Syro, which won a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album. 1 Early life and education.

IU - Modern Times + Epilogue (2013). Bit Rate: 320kbps Tracklist: 01. 금요일에 만나요 (Feat. 이정 of HISTORY) 02. 크레파스 (드라마 ‘예쁜 남자’ 삽입곡) 03. 을의 연애 (with 박주원).


GAK 1 6:35
GAK 2 6:14
GAK 3 5:22
GAK 4 6:03


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAP 48 GAK GAK ‎(12") Warp Records WAP 48 UK 1994
WAP 48 GAK GAK ‎(12", W/Lbl) Warp Records WAP 48 UK 1994
WAP 48CD GAK GAK ‎(CD, EP) Warp Records WAP 48CD UK 1994
CHCU-009 GAK GAK ‎(Cass, EP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Chronica Cubica CHCU-009 Europe 2007
WAP48CDD GAK GAK ‎(9xFile, FLAC, EP, RE) Warp Records WAP48CDD UK 2017
WAP48CDD GAK GAK ‎(9xFile, MP3, EP, RE, 320) Warp Records WAP48CDD UK 2017
WAP48CDD GAK GAK ‎(9xFile, WAV, EP, RE) Warp Records WAP48CDD UK 2017
WAP48CDD GAK GAK ‎(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Warp Records WAP48CDD UK Unknown

Talk about GAK - GAK

I wouldn't say that I'm a fan of this EP. The tracks were a little bit repetitive and rather lacking, given they were a few demos Richard D James sent to Warp before being signed up. However, I did like "GAK 4" the most out of the four, and the tracks are rather good for playing in a nightclub. I don't hate this EP, but it's definitively not Richard's best.
GAK 2 GAK 3 . . . . got me so gackedddd
On Wikipedia they say that "The album is rumored to be an imitation of the classic Warp artist LFO". Well, "GAK" is an "almost-five-letter shift" of "LFO", the "almost" being the letter O, which is a "four-letter-shift". (G, H, I, J, K, L - A, B, C, D, E, F - K, L, M, N, O). I don't know if it means anything, but that's usual with Richard D. James =D
I'm from Cornwall and in my youth some people I knew smoked the odd splif. Now sometimes there would be this crappy dope that nobody liked smoking because it tasted like shit and didn't really have much of an effect and this is what we....I mean, they called; 'gak'. It also developed into the name for choclaty stuff, like cake if it was sticky and toffee like. Then it was gaky. I expect people all over the country used these phrases, or maybe not, who knows ?
Slowly writer
I love it. I think this is a great record.
A somewhat minimalist braindance classic. And it shall remain a classic.
Made in the style of classic Warp records pioneers like the Forge masters, Dextrous, and LFO etc, but unfortunately never makes the grade. Note to Richard. FAIL !
net rider
Note to (deaf)Spaceman: Fail!
Global Progression
all trax are dancefloorkillas!!!!!!!!!!!!!! essential must have
The attitude of this release (especially Gak 3) is a lot like RDJ's recent Analord 12"s. The overall repressed, near-melancholy, and (dare I say) emotional mood makes me think that when he made the Analord series, it was a merely a way for him to go back to the music he made when he was younger. The only difference is that the Gak-era RDJ was less experienced, as noted by the lack of evolution in the tracks. Certainly groundbreaking when it was made, but not by the standards of today's experimental tracks; seen as more simplistic and childish now. If you feel that you have a deep enough understanding of all of Richard's works over the decades, I urge you to analyze the moods of his releases. I guarantee that you'll see the life of a truely interesting individual unfolding over time, from the good times to the bad.
Admittedly the tracks go on a bit with not a huge amount of variation, but they have the classic aphex sound to them. Being upwards of 13 years old you can't blame them from sounding a bit dated, but none of his peers sounded like this (did he even have any?). Gak1 has a wonderfully syncopated rhythm and Gak3 has a classic (but simple) haunting aphex melody.
An overall generic and lazy release at best. The backstory behind this is that RDJ sent it into Warp (before he was signed) under the name "GAK". After he was signed, they pulled it out of the archives and released it. GAK 1 is a very long and very boring track, with the only thing saving it from being a complete peice of crap is the piano riff. GAK 2 is just as bad (if not worse). GAK 4 is the only track that isn't extremely bad...Not a great RDJ release.
adventure time
ha ha ha ha ha he heh!