Universal Indicator (collective)

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Universal Indicator
Genres Acid Techno
Years active 1992–1995, 2001
Labels Rephlex Records
Associated acts Mike Dred
Aphex Twin
Past members Mike Dred
Richard D. James

Universal Indicator is the group name for Rephlex Records artists, Richard D. James (as Martin Tresidder [1]) and Mike Dred (aka The Kosmik Kommando). The name is a reference to the signature acid techno sound found on all the releases. 5 projects were released, and a compilation CD was mixed by Mike Dred. All the albums are different colours used on the UI spectrum. They were released in the following order: Blue, Red, Yellow, Green. Blue and Yellow were produced by Dred while Red and Green are often attributed to by James, though never officially.

Discography[edit]

Release Information
Blue
  • Released: 1992
  • Format: 12" vinyl
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: TB-303
Red
  • Released: 1993
  • Format: 12" vinyl
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: TR-606
Yellow
  • Released: 1993
  • Format: 12" vinyl
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: MC-202
Green
  • Released: 1995
  • Format: 12", 10", 7" vinyl
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: SH-101
Green promo
  • Released: 1995
  • Format: 7" vinyl
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: SH-101
Innovation in the Dynamics of Acid
  • Released: 2001
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Rephlex Records
  • Catalogue Number: CAT 117 CD
  • This is a DJ mix CD by Mike Dred of the material from the original releases. The music is credited to "various artists" and Richard D. James is thanked under the alias Martin Tresseder.
Universal Indicator 5 (Ultra-Violet)