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Universal Indicator - Universal Indicator Red mp3 album
Performer: Universal Indicator
Title: Universal Indicator Red
Released: 1993
Style: Abstract, Acid
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 569
Formats: AIFF MOD ADX ASF APE MP3 RA
MP3 size: 1714 mb
FLAC size: 1105 mb

A universal indicator is a pH indicator made of a solution of several compounds that exhibits several smooth colour changes over a wide range pH values to indicate the acidity or alkalinity of solutions. Details of this patent can be found in Chemical Abstracts. Experiments with Yamada's universal indicator are also described in the Journal of Chemical Education.

Red is the unofficial name of an album by Universal Indicator. This album is rumored to be produced solely by Richard D. James, although it is possible that it was produced by Mike Dred instead, or in cooperation with James. Side A has etched on it "Made at Lannerlog". Lannerlog Studios was Aphex Twin's nickname for recording in his bedroom at his parents' house.

Listen to music from Universal Indicator like 15 c7, Untitled & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Universal Indicator The name is a reference to the signature acid techno sound found on all the releases. 5 projects were released, and a compilation CD was mixed by Mike Dred. All the albums are different colours used on the UI spectrum.

Paper sleeve has stamped "universal indicator ep" and "innovations in the dynamics of acid". Tracks A2, A4 and One3 are not proper tracks, but noise. The red ep is the one really worth getting your hands on. The blue ep shows some signs of development towards the recognizable Aphex style with some of its chord progressions and the keys being used. The red one is where the freak out ear your head tracks are located. limited to a 1000 copies hand stamped.

Martin Trezidder makes a curiously minimalist debut with Universal Indicator Red; a limited chemistry set of acid that rarely goes beyond its 4/4 distorted thumps and groovebox synth arpeggios. Perhaps what it lacks in substance is made up for by its elusiveness and mystery, since Trezidder pulls off his surgical mask to reveal the twisted grin of Richard D. James (Caustic Window, et. Green LPs (from 1995) sound like the skeleton of RDJ without much defining meat on its bones.

1993 studio album by Universal Indicator. Red is the unofficial name of an album by Universal Indicator.

Universal Indicator Red - En comparant les EP Universal Indicator Red et Blue, Red est celui qui est vraiment intéressant. Blue a des morceaux qui montrent quelques signes reconnaissables au développement du style d Aphex Twin.

Artist: Universal Indicator, Song: 1993 - Universal Indicator Red - A6 Untitled, Duration: 4:12, File type: mp3. №2089019750. Universal Indicator 1993 - Universal Indicator Red - A6 Untitled. Duration: 4:12 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Universal Indicator – 1993 - Universal Indicator Red - A6 Untitled.

Tracklist

A1 Untitled 4:27
A2 Untitled 0:01
A3 Untitled 4:11
A4 Untitled 0:12
A5 Untitled 3:07
A6 Untitled 4:12
One1 Untitled 2:50
One2 Untitled 4:29
One3 Untitled 0:02
One4 Untitled 4:21
One5 Untitled 3:29

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Llannerlog Studios
  • Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited

Credits

  • Mastered By – Porky

Notes

Speed isn't mentioned on the release. Released with a double sided A4 info sheet. Paper sleeve has stamped "universal indicator ep" and "innovations in the dynamics of acid".

Tracks A2, A4 and One3 are not proper tracks, but noise.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TR 606 - SIDE A1 Made at Llannerlog, UK PR-M -Undiluted- A Porky Prime Cut.
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side One): TR 606 - SIDE ONE - 1 ℗+© 1989 LTD 1000 -Dynamic- A Porky Prime Cut.


Talvinl
No one mentioned the snippet of what sounds like selected ambient works volume 2?
Gadar
A recent compilation has track "One1" included under the title "15 c7". The name of the compilation is "Don't you mess with Cupid, 'Cause Cupid Ain't Stupid" by Nina Kraviz. Its credited to simply "Universal Indicator"
Ferri - My name
The value of this record rocketed more recently having been id'ed in one of Nina Kraviz mixes, typical early Aphex Twin stuff - bleepy, acidy, trippy call it what you want it plays with your mind!!.... is it just me or can you hear the sounds on this release in alot of Paul Birkens releases? just shows you the roots of alot of modern day techno/electro, hunt down at all costs you won't be disappointed ;)
SupperDom
funny enough my version of this record hasn't got The Aphex Twin stamped on it, but my Blue record does. Bought it as a double 12" new in 1992/93 in Amsterdam.
Jake
Pretty sure Blue is Kosmik Kommando, though! I always thought Green and Red were the Aphex ones.
hulk
I got this EP as a gift with an order from Warp, some years ago. The label does not have the 'THE APHEX TWIN' stamp, but a strange sticker and some handwritten text: "PHILIE K'S ACIEED" on the A-side and "REDSIDE" on the reverse side.Pics here: https://plus.google.com/103810289980098998060/posts/Ln2yf2oWffB(Not kidding about it being a gift from Warp; they used to give more stuff away, probably stuff they had lying about?).
Nilador
Yes they used to send me free stuff along with my orders too. They sent me a free copy of Hangable Autobulb once.
Xarcondre
The best 12 of the Indicator series. Acid house that squeaks, squelches, blips and bangs your head till you submit. The last tune on the B side has a perpetual groove; and some of the tunes will be missed if you blink. More power to Rephlex.
Yla
I met RDJ in late 2000 and asked him what Universal Indicator tracks were his. He answered: "half the tracks on the red one". I was surprised he didn't mention more. I asked: "nothing on the green one ?" since it is the most Aphexy-sounding to me. And he replied: "no... the red one". Maybe he was just messing with me, but 6 months ahead, he told me about the creation of his new MEN label (which came true) and confirmed the existence of the Q-Chastic double-12" with no plans to re-release it. This is what he said to me. What you believe is now up to you ! :)
Weetont
Despite the fac tthat this review/trivia is already 12 years old. The fact that he uploaded a track from the Green UI pretty much confirms to me that he did stuff on Green. (Rumors claim that he did, in fact, do the majority of it)
Mr.Bean
Good for you! I met him in the early 90s. We talked about pussy, weed and beer. Those were the days...
Nalmezar
How did you meet him?
komandante
Just noticed a strong hint on the alias Martin Tressider today. If you examine the sleevenotes for the original 12" release of AFX - Analogue Bubblebath vol.3 (picture here at Discogs), you'll notice a very interesting text: "Places of interest in Cornwall: Porthoustock Quarry - The deserted home of the fabelled pirate, Martin Trezidder. Some say that his screams can still be heard on the cliffs at full moon." After this solid clue, I can only conclude that Martin Tressider is definitely an alias for Richard D. James.
Ganthisc
Comparing the red and the blue ep's. The red ep is the one really worth getting your hands on. The blue ep shows some signs of development towards the recognizable Aphex style with some of its chord progressions and the keys being used. The red one is where the freak out ear your head tracks are located. limited to a 1000 copies hand stamped. Made at Llannerlog (richard's studio) -undiluted As with the blue ep, these tracks were reported at the time of their release (93) to be older tracks from the back catalog circa 88-89.
Samut
The Blue is most likely more accredited to Mikey Dred; Plus to be fair the two (Red & Blue) are just different vibes; I'd take blue over red any day, personal choice, but to advise folk that red is some sort of grail & the blue is OK/transitional/early development is incorrect, as the AFX sound was well under-way already. As I said, different vibes, blue a touch cleaner & maybe (definitely) more Chicago influenced, which supports the crew's ethos of just making good acid tracks without the (then) hype of big name techno-by-numbers.
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