Feed Me Weird Things

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Feed Me Weird Things
Studio album by Squarepusher
Released 3 June 1996
Genre Breakbeat, drum and bass, jungle, nu jazz
Length 66:43
Label Rephlex
Producer Tom Jenkinson
Squarepusher chronology
Bubble and Squeak
(1996)Bubble and Squeak1996
Feed Me Weird Things
Squarepusher Plays...
(1996)Squarepusher Plays...1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Almost Cool 8/10[2]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[3]

Feed Me Weird Things is the first album of British drum and bass/jazz musician Squarepusher. The album frequently uses elements of jazz grooves and breakbeat percussions.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Squarepusher Theme" 6:20
2. "Tundra" 7:55
3. "The Swifty" 5:20
4. "Dimotane Co." 4:54
5. "Smedley's Melody" 2:33
6. "Windscale 2" 6:35
7. "North Circular" 6:08
8. "Goodnight Jade" 2:45
9. "Theme from Ernest Borgnine" 7:55
10. "U.F.O.'s Over Leytonstone" 6:39
11. "Kodack" 7:14
12. "Future Gibbon" 2:18

The Japanese release has two bonus tracks that were originally on Squarepusher Plays...:[4]

  1. "Theme From Goodbye Renaldo"
  2. "Deep Fried Pizza"


On the back of the CD case, a brief abstract about Squarepusher credited to "PRichard.D.Jams" is printed. Given the obvious similarity to the name of fellow Rephlex Records artist Richard D. James (alias Aphex Twin), and the fact that James is one of the founders, owners and managers of Rephlex, this is most likely him.