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EP by Autechre
Released 7 June 1999
Length 69:59
Label Warp
Producer Autechre
Autechre chronology
Peel Session
(1999)Peel Session1999

EP7 is an EP by the electronic music group Autechre, and was released by Warp Records. It is classified as an EP by the band despite being long enough to qualify as an album. The record was released in two parts on vinyl, named EP7.1 and EP7.2. The name of this EP prompted Warp Records to give the name LP5 to the previously released untitled album by the band.

The fractal on the cover was designed with a circuit board designer. The minisite created by Warp also featured a fractal generator that would create new artwork similar to that featured throughout the liner notes.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (5.7/10)[2]
Sputnik Music (4.5/5)[3]

EP7 received mixed to positive reviews. Ryan Screiber of Pitchfork Media said the album's primary problem was a "lack of diversity" and that the tracks "[offer] very little in the way of originality".[2]

Track listing[4][edit]

The original UK CD pressing includes a hidden track in the pregap. The track, which can be accessed by rewinding from the beginning of "Rpeg", is 6:44 in duration and is followed by 3:01 of silence. Some CD players do not handle the trick, and may skip "Rpeg" because of it. The hidden track was not included on the US release nor on vinyl. In 2010, Pitchfork Media's included it in their list of "ten unusual CD-era gimmicks".[5]

All tracks written by Sean Booth and Rob Brown.

No. Title Length
0. Untitled 9:45
1. "Rpeg" 6:01
2. "Ccec" 4:59
3. "Squeller" 4:38
4. "Left Blank" 6:40
5. "Outpt" 7:12
6. "Dropp" 3:16
7. "Liccflii" 4:58
8. "Maphive 6.1" 8:18
9. "Zeiss Contarex" 6:33
10. "Netlon Sentinel" 4:06
11. "Pir" 3:32
Total length: 69:59


  1. ^ "EP7 - Autechre". Allmusic. 
  2. ^ a b Ryan Schreiber (1999-07-06). "EP7 Review". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2012-09-25. 
  3. ^ "Autechre - EP7". Sputnik Music. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  4. ^ "Autechre EP7". Warp Records. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  5. ^ A Feature About Nothing: The 1990s in Lists