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Windowlicker" is a 1999 single by electronic music artist Richard D. James, released under the Aphex Twin name on Warp Records. The single reached #16 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was later voted, by fans, as Warp Records' most popular song, for its Warp20 compilation.

The name of the single comes from the derogatory British term "windowlicker", meaning a mentally handicapped person. The term is also a direct English translation of the French term faire du lèche-vitrine, meaning… read more

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  • Avatar for gustr15
    woah the first 2 minutes
  • Avatar for BenevolentWind
    3:50 = musical equivalent of edging
  • Avatar for psychoclown0815
    mit dem video ist es perfekt
  • Avatar for rwl_haase
    K.I.Z. - Wie ein Truthahn (great Rap-Mix of this by a german combo)
  • Avatar for hf1809
    sound it classe.*****
  • Avatar for Knifymoloko
    First ever Aphex track to grace my ears. What a wonderful world of music Richard has.
  • Avatar for last_nickname
    one does not simply got no chills.
  • Avatar for jakobdorof
    "windowlicker":1999::"good vibrations":1966
  • Avatar for GoatUser
    Does the way the samples are used, the vaguely retro-futuristic vibe and structure of this song REALLY remind someone else of Oneohtrix Point Never? I know he's an Afx fan (He has SAW2 on his top 10 fave albums), so I wonder if this song was an influence on him at all.
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