Originally published on The Vinyl Factory
With previously unreleased album Computer Space alongside Dimension Intrusion and Train-Tracs.
Richie Hawtin is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his F.U.S.E. alias releases with a limited edition box set called Dimensions, out this April via his Plus 8 Records imprint and The Vinyl Factory.
Inspired by sci-fi movies, as well as a collection of vintage synthesizers and drum machines, Dimension Intrusion was originally released in 1993 on Plus 8 Records. It received its second release via Warp Records’ iconic Artificial Intelligence series.
Hawtin also released a remix EP called Train-Tracs that same year.
The limited Dimensions box set includes expanded versions of Dimension Intrusion (3xLP), Train-Tracs (2xLP), as well as the first ever release of Hawtin’s 1993 album Computer Space (2xLP), which was recorded during the same sessions.
The box set features three signed artist-grade prints from the original F.U.S.E. album covers, designed by his brother Matthew Hawtin.
Its release will be celebrated with an exhibition from April 5-7 at London’s The Store X, 180 The Strand, showcasing Matthew’s original paintings, as well as hosting listening sessions of Computer Space.
Pre-order a copy here ahead of its April 15 release, listen to ‘Into The Space’ and check out the tracklists below.
A1. A New Day
B2. Dimension Intrusion
C1. Substance Abuse
C2. Another Time (Re-visited)
E2. Into The Space
F3. Logikal Nonsense
B2. The Day After (mv’s mix)
A1. Computer Space
D1. Last Day