26 Mixes for Cash is a compilation album of remixes produced by Richard D. James (better known by his recording alias of Aphex Twin) for various artists, plus four original tracks. It was released on March 24, 2003, by Warp Records.
26 Mixes for Cash was released on CD only, although a vinyl promotional disc entitled 2 Mixes on a 12" For Cash, featuring the two Aphex Twin originals exclusive to this compilation, was released in limited quantities in Japan only.
Ok very happy to clear this ancient question up. The album was actually named '26 remixes for cash' by Rob Mitchell RIP . He said I should name the album this after I told him how I dealt with all the remix payments.
Every remix I did for this up until it's release I had met the representative or artist somewhere in central London and got paid in cash, so nobody would have my details or know where I lived.
Incdentally Rob also came up with the name 'Surfing On Sine Waves' after I told him loads of people I knew grewing up in Cornwall were poser surfers and I didn't wanna hang around with them. © aphextwin.warp.net
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