Time for the answers to my Warp Records anagram challenge. If you want to have a go, don't spoil it by reading the answers here... jump straight to the quiz and see how many you can get.
1 - Not tiresome seduction (5) was the early Squarepusher album Music Is Rotted One Note.
2 - Hurray! Knobbed! (2) was Donkey Rhubarb, the EP by Aphex Twin.
3 - A bawdy convoy (2) was the Boards Of Canada track Dayvan Cowboy.
4 - Enchant a dull head (2) was Haunted Dancefloor, the Sabres Of Paradise classic.
5 - Shams (1) is the Jackson And His Computer Band album Smash.
6 - Non-established chalk (5) is the Gravenhurst mini-album Black Holes In The Sand.
7 - Sells an ego (2) is the Flying Lotus album Los Angeles.
8 - If sequencer (1) is Frequencies, the LFO album.
9 - Damndest, elite nightshade! (5) is The Ends Against The Middle, the Warp debut by Anti Pop Consortium.
10 - The gormless kid (2) is Smokers Delight, the notable album by Nightmares On Wax.
11 - Is cocky dirt (2) is Tricky Disco, an early classic.
12 - No (1) is On, the single by Aphex Twin. Tough one, that.
13 - Shock OK bet (1) is the Req album Sketchbook.
14 - Charmed tory (4) is, bizarrely, the Squarepusher single My Red Hot Car.
15 - Flaky old ponce (2) is Polyfolk Dance, the EP by Hudson Mohawke.
16 - Hence examined chews huge, inclement nail (5) is the Harmonic 313 album When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence.
17 - Wiser, roughened toxin (3) is One Word Extinguisher, the second album from Prefuse 73.
18 - Daring grunt, no? (2) is the Clark album Turning Dragon.
19 - As critique (1) is Quaristice, the recent album by Autechre.
20 - OK ancient warmth (4), finally, is seminal Forgemasters single Track With No Name.