Digeridoo (EP)

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EP by Aphex Twin
Released 1992
Genre Acid techno
Length 25:15
Label Outer Rhythm / R&S Records RS 92001
Producer Richard D. James
Aphex Twin chronology
Selected Ambient Works 85–92
CD cover

Digeridoo is the first EP from Aphex Twin. All songs from both releases were re-released on the Classics compilation. "Digeridoo" was previously released under the AFX alias as "Aboriginal Mix" on Analogue Bubblebath 2.


A Didgeridoo is a well-known Australian aboriginal instrument, although it is misspelled on the cover. The Cover also depicts Uluru with the silhouette of a boomerang with the sky on it. The track doesn't actually feature a didgeridoo, however, "eschewing samples, James labored for three days to concoct an electronic simulacrum of the primordial drone" (Simon Reynolds, Energy Flash).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Richard D. James.

CD version[edit]

  1. "Digeridoo" – 7:11
  2. "Analogue Bubblebath 1" – 4:44
  3. "Flaphead" – 7:00
  4. "Phloam" – 5:33

Vinyl version[edit]

A1. "Digeridoo" – 7:11
A2. "Flaphead" – 7:00
B1. "Phloam" – 5:33
B2. "Isoprophlex" – 6:23 (titled "Isopropanol" on Classics.)