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Do You Know Squarepusher


Download links and information about Do You Know Squarepusher by Squarepusher. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Ambient, Electronica, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:35:02 minutes.

Artist: Squarepusher
Release date: 2002
Genre: Ambient, Electronica, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:35:02
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No. Title Length
1. Do You Know Squarepusher 5:05
2. F-Train 4:19
3. Kill Robok 3:34
4. Anstromm-Feck 4 3:29
5. Conc 2 Symmetriac 1:23
6. Mutilation Colony 10:48
7. Love Will Tear Us Apart 3:32
8. Mutilation Colony-Excerpt (Live) 2:43
9. The Exploding Psychology (Live) 7:39
10. My Red Hot Car (Live) 5:02
11. Do You Know Squarepusher (Live) 5:01
12. Direct to Mental (Live) 3:23
13. Boneville Occident (Live) 7:13
14. Go! Spastic (Live) 8:47
15. Greenways Trajectory (Live) 9:50
16. My F*****g Sound (Live) 8:56
17. Anstromm-Feck 4 (Live) 4:18



This 2002 collection brings together two conflicting aspects of Squarepusher’s musical performance: the studio and live performances. The first seven tracks here are new songs recorded in 2001 and 2002, while the last 10 are taken from a live recording in Japan during the summer of 2001. The title track revolves around a twisted-and-chopped vocal line that Tom Jenkinson manipulates to the point where it resembles a sort of robotic scat. The first set closes with an unexpectedly faithful reading of Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” a signal that Jenkinson doesn't completely shy away from vulnerability or sentimentality. While Squarepusher is permanently associated with the insular world of the home computer studio, the Japan set is a reminder of Jenkinson’s deep connection to rave culture. Listen to the punishing percussion and bass of “Direct to Mental” and “Anstromm—Feck 4” ricochet off the concrete walls of the Japanese venue; despite all its schizophrenic self-absorption, Squarepusher still plays an extremely visceral form of dance music.