Music Has the Right to Children - Boards of Canada
1 CD(s) - Electronica - Label: Warp - Distributor: PIAS UK/Arvato Services, PIAS UK/Sony DADC - Released: 05/04/2004 - 801061805524
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the lyrics passable fun and reconcile the soul, the next should be more creative with inspiration,support music may be great to wear traditional instruments so for the next may be more creative and touching lyrics to be exploded in the market While BoC have always seemed comfortable inside their core sound, their records are still easy to distinguish. On Music Has the Right to Children, they mixed creepy pre-erased drones with childhood nostalgia and drums that drew from hip-hop; on 2002’s Geogaddi, the beats got harder and the unease grew more intense, resulting in an album that was still playful but far darker. Campfire Headphase, from 2005, brought acoustic guitars to the table and aimed for a more pastoral feel, but it lacked the tension of what came before. And Tomorrow’s Harvest is in some ways the flipside to Campfire, the bucolic tint swapped out for moody drones and encroaching dread. It is the most internally focused of Boards of Canada’s records. Rather than working around the edges of their sound in search of new territory,
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Manufacturer's product description1 CD(s) - Electronica - Label: Warp - Distributor: PIAS UK/Arvato Services, PIAS UK/Sony DADC - Released: 05/04/2004 - 801061805524
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