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After the vibrant frenzy of Syro, Richard D. James slows down. The Cheetah EP is a brief but luminescent set of velvety acid and warped sound experiments—made with the notoriously difficult, early ‘90s synth of the same name. As heard on highlights “CHEETAHT7b” and “2X202-ST5,” James makes the most of the challenge.

Customer Reviews


The fact that this man produce 2 relatively lengthy synth cuts from the ms800 speaks volumes of his talent. Seriously. Noone can use that sh*t.


Definitely has that 90s NIN feel. I dig it.

decent album, but I LOVE the concept. 5 stars.

He gets five stars for just doing something VERY interesting. Taking the notoriously horrible Cheetah synth and making an album out of it.


Born: August 18, 1971 in Limerick, Ireland

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Exploring the experimental possibilities inherent in acid and ambience, the two major influences on home-listening techno during the late '80s, Richard D. James' recordings as Aphex Twin brought him more critical praise than any other electronic artist. Though his first major single, "Didgeridoo," was a piece of acid thrash designed to tire dancers during his DJ sets, ambient stylists and critics later took him under their wing for Selected Ambient Works 85-92, a sublime touchstone in the field of...
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