Boards of Canada - Geogaddi - 2002 IDM Ambient - Sealed 3LP + Exclusive Sticker

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Boards of Canada - Geogaddi

Label: Warp Records – warplp101r, Music70 – warplp101r
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched
All Media, Album, Reissue, Remastered

3 way gatefold sleeve. 140g pressing. Recut by Noel Summerville from original DAT master. Includes original etching on side F.
Comes with postcard sized sticker sheet with hexagon die cut stickers, and MP3 download code.
Originally Released: 2002
Country: UK
Released: 21 Oct 2013
Genre: Electronic
Style: IDM, Ambient


A1 Ready Lets Go 0:57
A2 Music Is Math 5:21
A3 Beware The Friendly Stranger 0:40
A4 Gyroscope 3:32
A5 Dandelion 1:14

B1 Sunshine Recorder 6:12
B2 In The Annexe 1:22
B3 Julie And Candy 5:34
B4 The Smallest Weird Number 1:13

C1 1969 4:20
C2 Energy Warning 0:35
C3 The Beach At Redpoint 4:18
C4 Opening The Mouth 1:11

D1 Alpha And Omega 7:02
D2 I Saw Drones 0:27
D3 The Devil Is In The Details 3:56
D4 A Is To B As B Is To C 1:37
D5 Over The Horizon Radar 1:08

E1 Dawn Chorus 3:56
E2 Diving Station 1:25
E3 You Could Feel The Sky 5:15
E4 Corsair 2:48

F Magic Window

Companies etc

Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
Recorded At – Hexagon Sun


Lacquer Cut By – NS
Music By, Artwork, Film Technician [Film], Photography By – Marcus Eoin, Michael Sandison
Photography By [Front Cover Photo] – Peter Iain Campbell
Producer – Marcus Eoin, Michael Sandison

Geogaddi, like Boards of Canada's 1998 debut album, Music Has the Right to Children, drifts its way into consciousness, rolling a fog of dark-hued psychedelia over slow-burning, lullaby melodies. Having led a reclusive existence in their Hexagon Sun studio, shunning interviews and live shows in an effort to escape the shrill, loud praise that accompanied Children's release, the enigmatic Scottish duo has stayed focused, creating another tour de force in the process. Geogaddi opens with no fanfare, with the bare hum of "Ready Lets Go" blossoming into the soporific, hypnotic chimes of "Music Is Math".

But for the next 65 minutes, it's clear that while BOC move slow, they do so with the power of shifting glaciers. All their old influences--the noise-as-melody drone of My Bloody Valentine, the brave futuristic synths of Neu!--remain, but more than anything, Geogaddi is about the vivid sense of warm melancholy that lingers when the music fades out. It's another slow-burner, but Geogaddi is as utterly essential as its predecessor.

BOARDS OF CANADA - Julie And Candy

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Boards of Canada - Music Is Math

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Boards of Canada - Gyroscope
Sinister -End Credits (Boards of Canada -Gyroscope)

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Boards of Canada - Sunshine Recorder

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Boards of Canada - Beach At Redpoint

I love this song. It starts fresh and understated, but quickly it builds up SO MUCH tension it's unbelievable. At around 3:55 I truly feel like I just got off a roller coaster. This song is definitely best enjoyed with a decent pair of in-ear monitors or high-end headphones

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More Information
Condition New
Format 3LP
Label Warp Records
Color Black