Autechre discography

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Autechre discography

Rob Brown and Sean Booth performing at the SeOne Club in London (2005)
Releases
Studio albums 12
Compilation albums 1
EPs 16
Singles 6
Music videos 2

English electronic music duo Autechre have released eleven studio albums, sixteen EPs, and a handful of singles.


Albums[edit]

Release Date Title Label Peak Chart Positions
US Billboard[1] UK
Electronic Heatseekers Independent
29 November 1993 Incunabula Warp, Wax Trax!/TVT
7 November 1994 Amber Warp, Wax Trax!/TVT 81
6 November 1995 Tri Repetae[I] Warp, Wax Trax!/TVT 86
24 February 1997 Chiastic Slide Warp 130
13 July 1998 LP5 Warp, nothing 135
30 April 2001 Confield Warp 47 153
7 April 2003 Draft 7.30 Warp 9 40 149
18 April 2005 Untilted Warp 17 199
3 March 2008 Quaristice Warp 13 50 148
23 March 2010 Oversteps Warp 15 46 124
5 March 2013 Exai Warp 21 33 88

^ I Released as Tri Repetae++ in the U.S. with Garbage and Anvil Vapre

Compilations[edit]

  • 2011: EPs 1991 - 2002 (set of 5 CDs; includes Cavity Job, which is released on CD for the first time)

EPs[edit]

Singles, promos, collaborations, and remixes[edit]

  • 1994: Basscadet (five remixes—six on vinyl—of "Basscadet" from Incunabula; also known as Basscad) UK #56[2]
  • 1996: Keynell (12" vinyl promo)
  • 1996: "We R Are Why" (12" vinyl promo)
  • 1996: The Fall / Drome / Autechre split 7" (free with issue 16 of German fanzine What's That Noise?, includes "P.I.O.B (Mix Two)")
  • 1997: Radio Mix (hour-long DJ remix of own and other artists' tracks)
  • 1998: Adverse Camber / To Day Retreival (12" vinyl, 2 remixes of "Ten-Day Interval" by Tortoise (band))
  • 1999: "Splitrmx12" (12" vinyl promo limited to 3,000 copies)
  • 2003: æ³o & h³æ (2xCD Minimax, collaboration with Hafler Trio)
  • 2005: æo³ & ³hæ (2xCD, collaboration with Hafler Trio)
  • 2008: "Quaristice (Versions)" (Limited to 1,000 copies, contains remixes of 11 Quaristice tracks)
  • 2008: Digital Exclusive (3-track EP available only in the Japanese iTunes Store)

Music Videos[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Autechre Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved October 26, 2012. 
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 34. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.