Digeridoo (EP)

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EP by Aphex Twin
Released 1992
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 cd front.jpg

Digeridoo is an EP by the musician Richard D. James under the alias Aphex Twin. All tracks were re-released on the Classics compilation. "Isopropophlex" and "Analogue Bubblebath" are reprints of tracks from Analogue Bubblebath Vol I. "Digeridoo" was previously released as "Aboriginal Mix" on the Analogue Bubblebath 2 EP. "Flaphead" and "Phloam" are the only new tracks on the EP.

"Digeridoo" does not contain an actual didgeridoo sample. However, according to Simon Reynolds of Energy Flash, "eschewing samples, James labored for three days to concoct an electronic simulacrum of the primordial drone."[2]

The track "Flaphead" on the CD version of the EP is extended by about 20 seconds compared to the vinyl version (here titled "Flap Head").

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. "Flap Head" – 6:41
B1. "Phloam" – 5:33
B2. "Isoprophlex" – 6:23 (titled "Isopropanol" on Classics)


  1. ^ Pattison, Louis (18 September 2014). "Aphex Twin – 'Syro'". NME. Retrieved 27 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Reynolds, Simon (2012). Energy Flash a Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture. New York: Soft Skull Press. p. 164. ISBN 9781593764777.