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Aphex Twin

Selected Ambient Works Volume II (Expanded Edition) 4LP

Label: Warp

Format: 4LP

Genre: Electronic

Preorder: due on/around October 3rd


Tip! Black 4LP vinyl in polylined inner sleeves, in foil blocked wide spine outer sleeve, fold out poster and sticker insert. The reissue marks the 30th anniversary of the legendary album. The haunting collection, which released in the spring of 1994 via Warp Records, is prevalently considered one of the most influential electronic music albums of all-time. Aphex Twin, whose real name is Richard D. James, today confirmed a special reissue to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Selected Ambient Works Volume II was originally released 30 years ago in 1994 when Richard D. James was in his early 20’s. The Expanded Edition will be released on October 4th, 2024, in five new formats. Including all songs, on all formats for the first time, with the previously vinyl-only track #19 (out June 18th) alongside two additional tracks, officially released and on physical formats for the first time.

Rolling out on October 4th, the expanded version of Selected Ambient Works Volume II will release in all formats, including CD, vinyl and cassette, for the first time. The revamped album will include two new tracks, "th1 [evnslower]" and "Rhubarb Orc. 19.53 Rev," as well as "#19," which had only been available on vinyl but is now out digitally. Check out that song below.

Cat. number: AMB LP 3922
Year: 2024

First pressing, with no barcode on the sleeve. Later pressings of this non-remastered edition do have a barcode, but none, including this one, have a catalog number printed on the sleeve or labels.

A remastered edition was released on R & S Records in October 2006.

Made in Belgium.