Analog Worms Attack

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Analog Worms Attack
Studio album by
Released11 October 1999
Length49 minutes approx.
LabelF Communications
Mr. Oizo chronology
Analog Worms Attack
Moustache (Half a Scissor)
Singles from Analog Worms Attack
  1. "Analog Worms Attack"
    Released: 1999
  2. "Flat Beat"
    Released: 22 March 1999
  3. "Last Night a DJ Killed My Dog"
    Released: January 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Analog Worms Attack the debut studio album by French musician Mr. Oizo, released on 11 October 1999 through F Communications. The album is mostly instrumental and minimal, taking cues from French house and early American hip hop. All music was composed on mainly analogue synthesisers and equipment, most notably the Korg MS-20 analog synth, as opposed to later works that would rely upon digital equipment and techniques.


The album received generally favourable reviews on release, and has become an influence in the electronic genre. Allmusic reviewer John Bush described the album as "a left-field treat for both pop-culture seekers and genuine music fans".[1]

The track "Last Night a DJ Killed My Dog" is a reference to Indeep's 1980's single Last Night a DJ Saved My Life. The bassline is also very similar to Last Night a DJ Saved My Life. French producer and Ed Banger staple Feadz provides most of the turntable work on the record.

Track listing[edit]

1."Bad Start"1:46
2."Monophonic Shit"3:56
3."No Day Massacre"4:17
4."Smoking Tape"1:31
5."Last Night a DJ Killed My Dog"4:27
6."The Salad"3:03
7."Bobby Can't Dance"2:46
8."Analog Worms Attack"4:52
9."One Minute Shakin"1:13
10."Inside the Kidney Machine"4:50
12."Flat 55"2:22
13."Feadz On"1:10
14."Analog Wormz Sequel"3:40
CD bonus track
15."Flat Beat"5:17


Chart (2016) Peak
French Albums (SNEP)[2] 56


  1. ^ a b Analog Worms Attack at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Le Top de la semaine : Top Albums Fusionnes - SNEP (Week 40, 2016)" (in French). Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. Retrieved October 10, 2016.

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