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Boards Of Canada - Twoism Album

Boards Of Canada - Twoism Album
Title:
Twoism
Performer:
Boards Of Canada
Style:
IDM, Ambient
Released:
1995
Catalog:
BOARD1
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2291 mb
FLAC album size:
1098 mb
Genre:
Label:
Music70

Tracklist


11986 Summer Fire1:36
2Iced Cooly2:22
3Melissa Juice1:32
4Oirectine5:11
5Seeya Later4:33
6Twoism6:06
7Sixtyniner5:40
8Smokes Quantity3:07
9Basefree6:35


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WARPCD70Boards Of Canada Twoism ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig)Warp RecordsWARPCD70UK2005
RTD 126.4050.2, WARPCD70Boards Of Canada Twoism ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Bla)Zomba, Warp Records, Music70RTD 126.4050.2, WARPCD70Europe2002
noneBoards Of Canada Twoism ‎(CDr, MiniAlbum)Music70noneUK1998
WARPCDD70Boards Of Canada Twoism ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Warp RecordsWARPCDD70UKUnknown
WARPCD70Boards Of Canada Twoism ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE, RM, Bla)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD70UK2002


Credits


  • Photography ByMike
  • Producer, Recorded By, Written-ByChris H., Marcus, Michael P. Sandison


Notes


℗,© 1995 Music 70.
Made in England.

First edition on Music70.
Only 100 copies printed.
Issued in a stickered cardboard die-cut sleeve. Both center labels have two stickers each.

"Sixtyniner" is a longer version than that on other recordings.
"1986 Summer Fire" is unlisted on the sleeve notes.


Barcodes


  • ASIN: B001UAH3HW


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music70
  • Copyright (c) – Music70
  • Recorded At – Hexagon Sun


Album


Timestamps and direct links for purchase are provided in the description. Support the artist if you enjoy the music. Artist: Boards of Canada Album: is the first EP released by Boards of Canada, on their own Music70 record label in 1995. It was a self-financed cassette and record distributed privately. Major public releases would not happen until 1996's Hi Scores EP on Skam Records. This EP was, however, the work which got them noticed by Skam Records. In 2002, this EP was reissued on vinyl and CD by Warp Records. Twoism download. Seeya Later download. Boards Of Canada. Профиль: Mike Sandison born 1 June 1970 & Marcus Eoin born 21 July 1971 are an electronic duo from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The name Boards Of Canada derives from the National Film Board of Canada, whose documentary films inspired the duo. Twoism Album, MiniAlbum. 22 издания. Music70. Initially limited to 100 copies on Boards of Canada's own Music70 label, 1995's Twoism EP set a high standard for future BoC output - though only the few willing to pay silly money for it were able to hear for themselves until Warp quietly reissued it on CD at the tail end of 2002. For those trying to compare it to the full-length debut Music Has the Right to Children, it holds up surprisingly well granted, two tracks here were only slightly reworked for later release. The Boards' cassette-only sonic limitations are the most telltale sign of the times that produced Twoism. While Directine showcases the particular sense of disembodiment the duo induces, with synths floating and kicks to give it that sense of propulsion, the individual, isolated hits are distorted and fuzzy, muddying the overall effect. Déjà vu is not necessarily a bad thing, and Twoism contains signs of refinement beyond its place as Stonehenge simplicity to underscore the Paul Lafoley complexity Boards reached by the time of Geogaddi. Listen free to Boards of Canada Twoism Sixtyniner, Oirectine and more. 8 tracks 34:38. Twoism is an EP released by Boards of Canada on their own Music70 record label in 1995. This album was, however, the work which got them noticed by Skam Records. Boards Of Canada - Twoism 1995. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Electronic IDM. Twoism is an album by Boards Of Canada released in 1995. This album is rated in the top 3 of albums on . Twoism by Boards Of Canada Year: 1995 Overall rank: 8,644th. Average Rating: 79100 from 72 votes. 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


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Reviews:
  • Beazekelv
album is nice but .... hey guys you are really crazy to buy this for hundreds of bucks, huhuuuuuu ;)
  • Ckelond
Is there any rip of the 5:40 version of Sixtyniner anywhere online? Or is the extra time just a larger gap between songs?
  • Ariseym
Just a moment at the end of the track that is repeated, we feel the repetition precisely....
  • Lbe
It's like basefree predicted Burial. Way ahead of its time.
  • Delaath
Fuck yeah...... when "basefree" was conceived, burial wasn't even born.......
  • Zahisan
224 owners and only 100 copies.I don't understand the mistake ???
  • Brakree
A beautiful EP that showcases BOC's overall sound. While they would build upon the instrumentation in this EP to become the Trip-hop masters they are now, this EP has some very beautiful melodies and banging drum beats.
  • Hucama
Should be listed as EP or mini-album under format.Yes or No?
  • Fast Lovebird
I love how this version was printed in only 100 copies, but 174 people claim to have it... ;-)
  • I love Mercedes
Would you mind selling me one? :)["At least 10 words must be entered. Please enter at least 3 more."]
  • Best West
  mogwaidk It might be people who have the original Warp pressing thinking this is the copy they own? Of course, pretty much everyone else is lying haha
  • Blackredeemer
I've got five copies. No really.
  • Angana
"Surely will be forgotten in a decade."Will forget your statement in the next seconds
  • Madis
This image was used on a sticker that was on a white die cut sleeve.
  • Runemane
Does this version have the entire cover with the artwork, or what does it look like?
  • Fek
The original Music70 version was certainly only 100 copies. People who own the Warp re-issue are coming here thinking the editions are the same.
  • Bluecliff
This is the music70 version. the music70 version had only 100 prints.
  • dermeco
100 copies on Music70, the rest on Warp, surely?
  • Breder
yep that's why i put this comment on the BOARD1 version ;) Thanks for your thoughts though sir
  • Zulkishicage
31 people at least are faking they have it in their collection or mistake it with the Warp pressing. Only 100 copies pressed on music70. All labels have been pasted by hand, 6 separate labels for each release. Vinyl has text "BOARD1A" and "BOARD1B".
  • Wnex
100 copies ?? Yeah, right...
  • Bluddefender
They probably have passed the minialbum from one to another or have made digital copies of the original 1995 pressing
  • Rindyt
Well hooper bay had been made (reportedly from the boc website) 200 copies.
  • Olwado
How it is possible that few hundred people have the item despite 'limited' or limited edition?
  • Sironynyr
Yeah, and 70 people *totally* have Hooper Bay.
  • MrRipper
There is a difference between people having the Warp Records reissue, and having the original release on Music 70. I'm sure some people on Discogs mistakenly checked that they have this original release, when in fact their copy was pressed for Warp Records.