Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children album
Music Has the Right to Children is the debut studio album by Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, released on 20 April 1998 by record label Warp.
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A pretty important album for 90's electonic music. The retro theme here is very obvious. The artwork and overall sound of the album reflects that of being in the 1970's. You can feel the loneliness in this song. Also worth mentioning is the eerie The Color of The Fire, which has a small child's voice repeating "I love you". This release is THE perfect IDM album. Every tracks are perfect, and pretty minimalist, perhaps. If you want to know Boards of Canada, start with that release! It's a classic! Music Has The Right To Children deserve a 5/5 rate.
Although Boards of Canada's blueprint for electronic listening music - aching electro-synth with mid-tempo hip-hop beats and occasional light scratching - isn't quite a revolution in and of itself, Music Has the Right to Children is an amazing LP. Similar to the early work of Autechre and Aphex Twin, the duo is one of the few European artists who can match their American precursors with regard to a sense of spirit in otherwise electronic music. This is pure machine soul, reminiscent of some forgotten Japanese animation soundtrack or a rusting Commodore 64 just about to give up the.
Released April 20, 1998. Music Has the Right to Children Tracklist. 1. Wildlife Analysis Lyrics. Each songs' sonics are a vignette into the Boards' alien, yet familiar, chilling world, every cut packed with samples and synth-work inspired by documentaries and shows the brothers watched as children. MHTRTC is widely regarded as one of the best and most influential electronic albums of all time, tying as the highest rated electronic album on Pitchfork, and landing 22nd on Slant Magazine’s 25 greatest electronic albums of the 20th century. Music Has the Right to Children Q&A. Design Boards of Canada.
Boards of Canada’s essential debut Music Has the Right to Children is about childhood. But it is not some nostalgic, rose tinted trip into a carefree wonderland. That is not what childhood is. Boards of Canada know that childhood is confusing, scary, and yes, sometimes wondrous. Even with its ambient synth washes and never invasive, but always knocking with a surprising force, drums, Music Has the Right to Children is not an easy listening experience. The majority of the album is suffused with a creeping unease. The queasy swirl of Rue the Whirl and Sixtyten or the drawn out tension of Pete Standing Alone is made potent by the pure majesty of Bocuma or late album stunner Open the Light.
Boards of Canada are a Scottish electronic music duo consisting of brothers Michael Sandison and Marcus Eoin. Signing to Skam and then Warp Records in the 1990s, the duo received recognition following the release of their debut album Music Has the Right to Children in 1998. Their subsequent albums, Geogaddi (2002), The Campfire Headphase (2005) and Tomorrow's Harvest (2013), have received critical praise. They have remained reclusive, rarely giving interviews or performing live.
Features Song Lyrics for Boards of Canada's Music Has the Right to Children album. An Eagle In Your Mind Lyrics. Boards of Canada Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Find and follow posts tagged music has the right to children on Tumblr. Pete Standing AloneBoards Of Canada. I just realized Ive never posted any BoC! Loved these guys up till their last album Tomorrows Harvest which was simply okay instead of OMFG THIS IS AMAZING! So yeah, Pete Standing Alone, cause i figure other stuff like Chinook, Dayvan Cowboy, Sixtyniner and Everything You Do Is A Balloon will have recieved plenty of love from others. of canada has the right to children standing alone
1998 Warp Records Limited. 多Boards of Canada的作品. The Campfire Headphase.
|1-02||An Eagle In Your Mind||6:23|
|1-03||The Color Of The Fire||1:45|
|1-05||Triangles And Rhombuses||1:50|
|1-07||Turquoise Hexagon Sun||5:08|
|1-11||Rue The Whirl||6:40|
|1-14||Pete Standing Alone||6:07|
|1-16||Open The Light||4:25|
|1-17||One Very Important Thought||1:14|
|2-01||Aquarius (Version 3)||6:22|
|2-03||Olson (Version 3)||2:31|
- Pressed By – Memory-Tech
- Design – Boards Of Canada
- Producer, Written-By – Marcus Eoin, Michael Sandison
NotesThe tracks of the second disc are from the Peel Session.
The regular edition from Beat Records shares the same catalog number with this release.
Catalog#'s on the inner ring of the backsides of the CD's differentiate them.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): BRC-50 MT F03
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): BRC-50 MT F04
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|OLE 299-2||Boards Of Canada||Music Has The Right To Children (CD, Album, RE)||Matador||OLE 299-2||USA & Canada||Unknown|
|warpcd55x, skald1||Boards Of Canada||Music Has The Right To Children (CD, Album, RE, Dig)||Warp Records, Skam||warpcd55x, skald1||UK||2004|
|WARPCDD55||Boards Of Canada||Music Has The Right To Children (18xFile, WAV, Album)||Warp Records||WARPCDD55||UK||Unknown|
|warpcd55, skald1, OLE-299-2P||Boards Of Canada||Music Has The Right To Children (CD, Album, Promo)||Warp Records, Skam, Matador||warpcd55, skald1, OLE-299-2P||US||1998|