|B8||The Fat Controller|
|B10||Male Pill Part 13|
|B11||Rat/P's And Q's|
|WARP50CD, WARP 50CD||Squarepusher||Hard Normal Daddy (CD, Album)||Warp Records, Warp Records||WARP50CD, WARP 50CD||UK||1997|
|WARP50CD, WARP 50CD||Squarepusher||Hard Normal Daddy (CD, Album, RE)||Warp Records, Warp Records||WARP50CD, WARP 50CD||UK||Unknown|
|1234||Squarepusher||Hard Normal Daddy (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Music Land Records||1234||Russia||1997|
|WARP50LP||Squarepusher||Hard Normal Daddy (2xLP, Album)||Warp Records||WARP50LP||UK||1997|
|WARP 50CD, WARPCD 50, WARP50CD, 678.2050.20||Squarepusher||Hard Normal Daddy (CD, Album)||Warp Records, Warp Records, Warp Records, PIAS France, PIAS Benelux||WARP 50CD, WARPCD 50, WARP50CD, 678.2050.20||Benelux||1997|
Hard Normal Daddy is a 1997 studio album by British electronic musician Tom Jenkinson under his alias of Squarepusher. The album was Jenkinson's first studio album as Squarepusher for Warp Records. A single for the track "Vic Acid" was released in 1997 prior to the album's release
Hard Normal Daddy wasn't a big deal to me at first. None of the albums I love are. But this turned into one of those albums I can listen to start to finish any time of day with any emotion and just feel incredible. What out there is really comparable to this release? Jenkinson covers a lot of ground, but I'd say the overall theme is playful energy. There's a lot of fast paced electronic music out there that just sounds mean, or aggressive, or just plain too silly. Responder Notifique-me 3 Helpful.
Hard Normal Daddy (Cass, Album). Warp Records, Warp Records. Hard Normal Daddy (2xLP, Album). Hard Normal Daddy wasn't a big deal to me at first. But these tracks here are refined and feel purposeful.
Hard Normal Daddy is a 1997 studio album by British electronic musician Tom Jenkinson under his alias of Squarepusher. A single for the track "Vic Acid" was released in 1997 prior to the album's release.
Album · 1997 · 12 Songs. Part drum 'n' bass, part jazz-fusion, Squarepusher's Warp debut sounded like little that had come before it. The breakbeats rattled so fast, they were dubbed "drill 'n' bass"; the arrangements had more twists and turns than an . And then there were those incredible fretless bass solos, which Squarepusher-a. producer Tom Jenkinson-performed himself.
Although, like the preceding Port Rhombus EP, this album sounds substantially cleaner and more thought out than previous releases for Spymania and Rephlex, it also far surpasses those releases in terms of musicality and track development, not simply relying on the shock value of f" drum programming and light-speed fretless bass noodling. Jenkinson's bass accompaniment also sounds far less prog rock-influenced here, making Hard Normal Daddy his overall most listenable work to date.
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