Label: Warp
Year: 1997

"Come to Daddy" is one of Aphex Twin's most well-known songs, which can be odd considering how unconventional it is compared to the rest of his catalog. He'd been known for more ambient, "intelligent" dance music leanings before embarking (alongside µ-Ziq) into this phase that some journalists were calling "drill & bass." "Come to Daddy" was said to be a mark on producers who were copycatting Aphex's style, and featured a massive amount of aggression with heavily-edited beats. To be fair, the legacy this song left was probably due to the intense video, which featured a number of children wearing Aphex's face and terrorizing an old woman.

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