Boards of Canada (BOC)
Music Has The Right To Children

  2 x LP   140grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1998 ) - 2013 issue on 140 gram vinyl 2XLP + MP3 download code -cut from original metalwork. Includes circular blue sticker = Here it is then - Music Has the Right to Children was the first commercially released album by Boards o...

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Release date: 17-10-2013 (Originally released in 1998)

2013 issue on 140 gram vinyl 2XLP + MP3 download code -cut from original metalwork. Includes circular blue sticker. = Here it is then - Music Has the Right to Children was the first commercially released album by Boards of Canada and probably their most well-known one. It has been called one of the greatest pieces of electronic music of its age and has introduced many to Boards of Canada.

the seminal BoC album from 1998 finally re-pressed on vinyl, released in collaboration with Skam and still sounding as good as it did 15 years ago when we first got our mitts on it sat in a small shop in Afflecks Palace, Manchester...

Tracks:
A1     Wildlife Analysis
A2     An Eagle In Your Mind
A3     The Color Of The Fire
A4     Telephasic Workshop
A5     Triangles And Rhombuses

B1     Sixtyten
B2     Turquoise Hexagon Sun
B3     Kaini Industries
B4     Bocuma
B5     Roygbiv

C1     Rue The Whirl
C2     Aquarius
C3     Olson

D1     Pete Standing Alone
D2     Smokes Quantity
D3     Open The Light
D4     One Very Important Thought

There are certain artists whose sound was born for the vinyl format and Boards of Canada certainly ranks very high up that list - complex, layered soundscapes produced with all sorts of machines, but feeling ironically organic & human when transposed into the grooves of a wax disc. Combining the influences of many early pioneers (Aphex Twin, Eno, etc.) of the electronic music landscape they combined them and repackaged them in a way that was like solving a Rubik’s cube of sound, thus paving the way for many spawn to follow. We’re still feeling the effects of this album on electronic music 16 years later so to say it’s a vital addition to any great vinyl record collection…easy kill. https://magazine.vinylmeplease.com/52-best-albums-to-own-on-vinyl/

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 140grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Warp
Originally released: 1998
This release: 2013
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