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Aphex Twin: Windowlicker (1999)

| Short, Music | Video 1999
Two stereotypical gangster wannabes try to get lucky with two young women when the man himself, Aphex Twin, interrupts their crude discussion to show off his dancing skills. The women are ... See full summary »



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The video opens with an old woman walking a dog in a grimy, industrial setting. The dog urinates on an abandoned television lying on the pavement, causing it to sputter unexpectedly into ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aphex Twin ...
Aphex Twin
Marcus Morris ...
Marcy Turner ...
Chiquita Martin ...
Lead Dancer
Lead Dancer
Darlene Dillinger ...
Sapphire McHaskell ...
Sunny Görg ...
Erica Gudis ...
Shannell Kurton ...
Additional Hoochie in Limo (as Shanell Kirton)
Ixchelle Marroquin ...
Additional Hoochie in Limo
Carmen Denunez ...
Additional Hoochie in Rain


Two stereotypical gangster wannabes try to get lucky with two young women when the man himself, Aphex Twin, interrupts their crude discussion to show off his dancing skills. The women are entranced (as shown since their faces have become similar to Richard's) and follow him in his limousine to the beach. The two men watch as Aphex performs a huge dance (involving champagne and a very messed up female version of Richard) in front of them. Written by Daniel West

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Homie: Hey, fuckin' bitch! What the fuck goin' on up in this motherfucker?
Hoochie: Not your broke ass, nigga!
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Referenced in Aphex Twin: CIRKLON3 [ Kolkhoznaya Mix ] (2016) See more »

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8 August 2002 | by (the inner depths of the bank vault) – See all my reviews

the sophomore effort between aphex twin and chris cunningham continues the proud tradition of putting a face on a once-said-to-be faceless music; richard james'. this is what happens when you take a bloody brilliant director (cunningham) and NME magazine's composer of the 90s (james) and infuse them with spite for the music industry. their last video, come to daddy, seemed to take on the thrasy rock element of popularity spawned by nine inch nails, prodigy's "firestarter", and other clones of such. this time around, they focus on satiring the presence of the half naked woman's place in music video.

the song itself features an amalgamation of chopped up bits of chorus singers, resulting in more of a moaning type melody as opposed to traditional lyrics, on top of typical post-porno-music aphex twin beats. the music is timed up with the transformation of a couple street whores into aphex twin-faced street whores, who are being chased down by two would-be customers. from there, you get to see the visage of richard james making out with himself, then of course, the gratuitious dance and champagne scenes.

it's a pity that richard tends to be more bored with making music than most people, but that's part of the reason why he's special. who's the biggest name in mainstream electronic music these days? fatboy slim? moby? after watching this, come to daddy, and donkey rhubarb and listening to some of his music, it's pretty obvious that aphex twin could have probably been the biggest name in electronic pop music if he put his mind to it, but fortunately for the hardcore fans out there, i don't think it has ever crossed his mind.

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