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Yes! It's happening! The most frequently-asked question by fans of Warp Records (besides, ''When is the next Aphex Twin record'') is ''When are you reissuing the Boards of Canada catalog on vinyl?''.....well - we're very happy to announce, that for the first time since the original releases, Warp is reissuing three of the most seminal LPs from our catalog, and widely considered some of the most important releases in electronic music history. Each reissue has been painstakingly produced with the fans in mind, from original DAT tapes and vinyl metal work, with incredibly matched prints and exclusive stickers included in each LP. ALL information about these vinyl reissues is available at: www.boardsofcanada.com, but see the Selling Points and Format section below for a few key specifics. The three Warp EPs will be reissued on wax in November as well. GEOGADDI: Packaging: 140 gram vinyl in widespine six panel gatefold sleeve with printed inner, download card, sticker and special etching on side F

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ready Let S Go
  2. Music Is Math
  3. Beware the Friendly Stranger
  4. Gyroscope
  5. Dandelion
  6. Sunshine Recorder
  7. In the Annexe

Disc: 2

  1. Julie and Candy
  2. The Smallest Weird Number
  3. 1969
  4. Energy Warning
  5. The Beach at Redpoint
  6. Opening the Mouth
  7. I Saw Drones

Disc: 3

  1. The Devil Is in the Details
  2. A Is to B As B Is to C
  3. Over the Horizon Radar
  4. Dawn Chorus
  5. Diving Station
  6. You Could Feel the Sky
  7. Corsair
  8. Magic Window

Product Details

  • Vinyl (October 22, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Warp Records
  • ASIN: B001T4JQUQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,981 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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geogaddi is dark. very dark. extremely dark.
subtly dark.
what kills me is that some of the people negatively reviewing this album have totally missed the point of the record. the argument usually falls on two extremes:
1. that the album is too similar to mhtrtc
2. that the album is too dissimilar to mhtrtc
people seem to make more out of the fact that the album is 66:06 long than actually describing the music within (and not grasping the concept that its a joke played on people obsessed with the hexagon sun mythos). if youre familiar with their work already than you know that boards of canada is one of the most unique bands, electronic or otherwise, on the face of the planet. the fact that this is similar to their earlier works should come as no suprise, seeing as none of their other cds sound particularly different from one another.
i could go off at length about how much of a concept record this is. while mhtrtc was more about the blissful ignorance of childhood, this is about retaining innocence in a world full of evil. while we all have our childhood memories of abstract, fuzzy summer days outside, we also have our childhood memories of unease; the monster under the bed, the terror of being seperated from ones parents...
...blah blah blah. while this makes the album accessable and relateable to everyone since we all share similar memories of childhood, what really matters is that, while more meloncholy, this album is a staggering work of art thats both enjoyable on casual listens and extremely complex on closer ones. some tracks are both ferociously innovative (alpha and omega, the devil is in the details) and others wonderfully, and humourously, retro (sunshine recorder, 1969). also, am i the only one around here who thinks gyroscope is an awesome track?
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If you have heard the previous full-length Boards of Canada album Music Has The Right To Children, you at least have an idea what to expect with Geogaddi. Boards of Canada produces music filled with colourful reversed synth washes, hip-hop flavoured beats, and downright creepy sampling of vocals (particularly children) and sounds from nature. BoC fits somewhere into the Intelligent Dance Music (IDM) sub-genre of electronica, but it's impossible to nail them down into anything but their very own category.
Geogaddi is a huge change from its predecessor LP. There is no question that it is the work of Boards of Canada, but it is not as claustrophobic as MHTRTC (the previous album was very much "headphone" music, whereas Geogaddi just pleads to be unleashed upon the world), and is also more complex musically and rhythmically.
The album opens with an otherworldly tonal blanket, accompanied by an insect-like wave in the background and slightly-warbling musical pings. This first track sets the mood for the rest of the journey: dark, emotionally charged, and unsettling.
Geogaddi's beats are not terribly unique or rhythmically complex, but the sounds themselves are very much one-of-a-kind; you may at times be hard-pressed to separate the melody from the beats. The sounds used are extremely visceral, and seemingly twisted like sonic toffee to achieve the desired effect. Many of the percussion tracks make me think of crushing a gigantic bag full of potato chips in a bear hug underwater.
The album's most memorable elements are the sensations it induces, rather than the melodies within it. It is unlikely you will find yourself humming the tune to a Geogaddi track, but you might begin associating certain feelings in your life with those present in Geogaddi's music.
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...Geogaddi is a multi textured sonic masterpiece. From the opening discordant melody of 'ready lets go,' you know that the band are about to take you on a strange and wonderful journey. All of the elements that made Music has the right to children so special are present on geogaddi, oscillating synths from old documentaries, textures so deep and mysterious you could swim in them, tiny intricate sounds that only reveal themself on the 17th or 32nd listen, all tacked on to hazy, scratchy beats. In a word, magic!!!
There are those who will complain that boards of Canada haven't come that far in four years, or that they haven't broken much new ground. To me, this is the unfairest of criticisms. A band which is already as far out there as BOC and which has such a unique vision does not need to please electronic music snobs by doing something entirely new. Anyway, much of todays so called revolutionary electronic music sounds suspiciously like a cold sneering joke played by the artists on their listeners.
Geogaddi is a unquestionably a different album to Music has the right to children. It is more dense and psychadelic with some tracks feeling like a bottomless pit of texture and reverb, like "dawn chorus". There is a more sinister edge to proceedings too. A lot of the tracks shimmer and shine on one level, but sounds deeper in the mix are frankly really spooky. Boards of Canada were never all sunshine and stars, but now more than ever their music throbs with eerieness.
Finally the melody. Geogaddi is drenched in melody. Songs grow on you and completely hook you after a few listens. Every throb, thrum and bleep seems achingly melodic. Some come across like snatches of childhood song and others like musical toys with their batteries running low.
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