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Aphex Twin (real name Richard D. James) is a famous British electronic musician who has released countless amounts of music since the 1990's, such as "Windowlicker" and "Come to Daddy". He has released work under many aliases, but none are as mysterious as Q-Chastic. Under this alias, he recorded the '''''Q-Chastic EP''''' in 1992.
 
Aphex Twin (real name Richard D. James) is a famous British electronic musician who has released countless amounts of music since the 1990's, such as "Windowlicker" and "Come to Daddy". He has released work under many aliases, but none are as mysterious as Q-Chastic. Under this alias, he recorded the '''''Q-Chastic EP''''' in 1992.
  
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Aphex Twin (real name Richard D. James) is a famous British electronic musician who has released countless amounts of music since the 1990's, such as "Windowlicker" and "Come to Daddy". He has released work under many aliases, but none are as mysterious as Q-Chastic. Under this alias, he recorded the Q-Chastic EP in 1992.

It was never released, but it was test pressed in a limited amount. No copies have surfaced, and no songs have been released. A song by Q-Chastic titled "CAT 002" was released on the electronic music compilation The Philosophy of Sound and Machine. Despite this, Grant Wilson-Claridge (co-owner of Rephlex, James' old record label) stated that this song was not pressed on the EP.

A P2P version was circulated, but a Discogs user revealed that it was fake, and posted the real names of the fake tracks.

References

  • "CAT 002|Q:Chastic|4 track double 7" " (The EP as mentioned in the Rephlex Manifesto[1])