Selection Sixteen

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Selection Sixteen
Squarepusherselectionsixteen.jpg
Studio album by
Released8 November 1999
GenreDrum and bass, acid techno
Length46:30
LabelWarp
ProducerTom Jenkinson
Squarepusher chronology
Maximum Priest E.P.
(1999)
Selection Sixteen
(1999)
Go Plastic
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Selection Sixteen is the fourth studio album by English electronic musician Squarepusher, released on 8 November 1999 by Warp. According to the CD, the cover art is from a film called Acid Trayners 4, which seems to be different pictures of an oscilloscope. Throughout the album, the bass, hooked to an audio/midi converter, plays an important part in the composition of synth and drum parts.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."The 'Eye"2:17
2."Square Rave"3:01
3."Time Borb"1:03
4."Dedicated Loop"3:47
5."Tomorrow World"4:56
6."Cool Veil"0:32
7."Schizm Track #1"5:07
8."Freeway"1:37
9."Snake Pass"3:30
10."Yo"0:28
11."Mind Rubbers"4:05
12."Tesko"0:20
13."Acid Tape Track"3:53

"Anti-Greylord Protection Scheme Prelude"[edit]

Most releases of Selection Sixteen include "Anti-Greylord Protection Scheme Prelude", which was originally released as a separate EP with a slightly different track order. "Ceephax Mix" was created by Squarepusher's brother, Andy Jenkinson, aka Ceephax Acid Crew.

On the original release, "Schizm Track #2 Mix" is the first track.

  1. "8 Bit Mix #1" – 1:04
  2. "8 Bit Mix #2" – 0:55
  3. "Schizm Track #2 Mix" – 3:45
  4. "Ceephax Mix" (remixed by Andy Jenkinson) – 6:02

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Selection Sixteen - Squarepusher". Allmusic.