- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Andrew Weatherall vs. The Boardroom
- Date of release:November 17, 2008
- Size FLAC version1879 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1484 megabytes
- Size WMA version1973 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF WMA AAC AHX ADX AUD
Andrew Weatherall vs. The Boardroom. Rotters Golf Club 016. CD. 2009. Andrew Weatherall vs. Rotters Golf Club 16.
Radical Majik - "Spread The Hot Potato" (Andrew Weatherall remix). 5. Le Sarge En Board - "Through The Robot Chicken Shed" (Andrew Weatherall remix). 6. ESC - "The Legacy" (Andrew Weatherall remix). 7. Two Lone Swordsmen - "Patient Saints" (Dave Congreve's Boardroom remix). 8. Two Lone Swordsmen - "Shack 54" (ESC remix).
Andrew Weatherall Vs The. has been added to your Basket. Following the success of last years album heres volume two of the collaboration between Mr Weatherall and the members of the Boardroom Studio, featuring 9 new tracks including a remix of Built Back Higher from Weatheralls debut solo album A Pox On The Pioneers.
Most recently he produced the album Tarot Sport for Fuck Buttons and assisted the Twilight Sad with the production of their third studio album, No One Can Ever Know. In 2006 he released his debut solo EP "The Bullet Catcher's Apprentice", followed by his debut solo album "A Pox on the Pioneers" in 2009 . Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom (2008). A Pox on the Pioneers (2009). Andrew Weatherall Vs The Boardroom Volume 2 (2009). Ruled by Passion, Destroyed by Lust (The Asphodells) (2013).
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Andrew Weatherall has always been good for a quote. From the deep, dark days of early acid house to the modern-day Two Lone Swordsmen: if you’re looking for an opinion on the largely insipid world of dance music then Andrew’s always had that happy knack of cutting straight to the chase; delighting and upsetting in roughly equal measures. Weatherall’s history goes back far to the beginning of the British acid house scene, having swung gigs for himself at Danny Rampling’s legendary Shoom night off the back of the sort of sounds recently showcased on the compilation for Nuphonic – entitled 9 O’Clock Drop. The third album ‘Tiny Reminders’ and then a fourth ‘Further Reminders’ were the platforms on which Andrew threw the cat amongst the pigeons, making music with machines like no one else. In 2004 they delivered ‘From The Double Gone Chapel’, their final release on Warp.