The singles chart doesn't matter anymore to you, does it. You're into modern things like mp3s and modems and skateboards.
Still, it's nice to have a look at chart stats now and then. Here are Aphex Twin's highest UK chart positions to date.
Come To Daddy 36
Ventolin EP 49
Yes, that's the ‘correct’ spelling of didgeridoo.
For a five-of-the-best, it's not bad, although I would have liked to have seen the teddy bears of Donkey Rhubarb in the place of Ventolin. Sadly, ole DonkRhu spent just one week at number 78 in the summer of 1995.
Curiously, it's all 1990s stuff. Some AFX gubbins just about charted in the noughties, but nothing from the current Syro/Soundcloud revival era has troubled the singles countdown.
Not that I'd expect it to. And I'm not bothered, because chart facts are for boring old people who only like gramophones and Betamax and skateboards.
Further Fats: No new electronica in the singles chart, repeat to fade (2009)
Further Fats: Whatever happened to the cheeky New Year number one? (2013)