|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Universal Indicator Red||11||mp3||1993||Rephlex|
|2||Universal Indicator Green||10||mp3||1995-00-00||Rephlex|
|3||Universal Indicator Blue||6||mp3||1992||Rephlex|
|4||Innovation In The Dynamics Of Acid||21||mp3||2001-00-00||Rephlex|
|5||Universal Indicator Green||2||mp3||1995||Rephlex|
|6||Innovation In The Dynamics Of Acid||26||mp3||2012-12-16||Melting Bot|
Universal Indicator serves as an acid house outlet for members of the label [l=Rephlex]. The collective formed as a result of the disappearance of many Chicago house masters once trance and progressive took over as the "it" way to make money from DJing and production. It was also inspired by producers such as [a=Baby Ford], [a=A Guy Called Gerald], and [a=808 State]. The members of Universal Indicator wanted to focus on making a record that they themselves would buy, rather than just having big names on the record or catchy track titles and design. Though all the contributors to Universal Indicator aren't exactly known, [a=Richard D. James] and [a=Mike Dred] have lent their skills to productions. James performs under the alias Martin Tressider, and Dred under [a=Kosmik Kommando, The].
Four limited releases were put out by Universal Indicator on Rephlex, using the colours red, yellow, blue, and green as titles, respectively. Dred is thought to have produced Blue and Yellow, while James was probably behind Red and Green.