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Boards Of Canada

Boards of Canada are a reclusive duo from Scotland and this is their third album. It's full of sometimes warm, sometimes melancholy, slightly wonky sounds than often bring memories of chilhood with snippets of samples and odd melodies between longer tracks.
It's an album to get lost to, to remember old childhood memories, but not something you'd necessarily fall asleep to. Anyway, this album is very easy to get into. And even if it isn't to some people, it's definitely something that grows on you and one can really get to like it.
Best tracks for me include "Music Is Math", "Julie And Candy", "Alpha And Omega" and "Magic Window" (the last one is like an empty paper where you can write how you liked the record - which is funny).
A record for head and heart.

Release date: February 19, 2002
Label: Warp
Rating: 0.0 / 10