Melodies from Mars is a collection of unreleased tracks by Richard David James, better known under his pseudonym Aphex Twin. Although James did not admit authorship until 2014, it was known to fans as an unofficial Aphex Twin album because at least two of its tracks are alternate versions (possibly demo versions) of tracks featured on the subsequently released Richard D. James Album (1996). Some tracks also bear resemblance to those on Analogue Bubblebath 5.
There are few places to find this album. It is commonly believed that Melodies from Mars was given to some of James's friends on cassette tapes. The Aphex Twin Community claims that "men in black suits" (Rephlex) asked it to remove MP3 excerpts from its website. The best sources for finding it today are likely via online P2P file-sharing networks.
An alternate version was illegally released in Russia by Unreal Records. It is missing the below-mentioned version of "Logan Rock Witch." The song title remains, but the audio is of another track, "Untitled 7."
In a 2010 interview with Another Man, James stated, "I’ve got six [albums] completed... one is Melodies from Mars, which I redid about three years ago."