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Boards Of Canada - Geogaddi Promo

Boards Of Canada - Geogaddi Promo
Performer: Boards Of Canada
Title: Geogaddi Promo
Country: UK
Style:New Age, Trip Hop, Downtempo, Ambient
Released: 2002
Catalog number: WARPLP101P
Label: Warp Records
MP3 album szie: 2343 mb
FLAC album size: 1961 mb


1Beware The Friendly Stranger0:30
2Alpha & Omega9:19


Contains tracks from the album Geogaddi at their original speed.Beware The Friendly Stranger and Alpha & Omega were later sped up so that the album's length would total 66:06.

Short intro

Geogaddi is the second album by Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, released in February 2002. It has a darker sound than its is the second studio album by Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, released on 13 February 2002 by Warp. It has been described as pursuing a darker variation of the style established on their previous releases. Geogaddi reached number 21 on the UK album charts and received critical acclaim upon release, in addition to being acclaimed by several publications as one of the year's best albums. Geogaddi, the most anticipated sophomore full-length from an IDM act since Aphex Twin's SAW 2 in 1994, certainly looks and feels similar to the 1998 Boards of Canada debut, Music Has the Right to Children. Listen free to Boards of Canada Geogaddi Ready Lets Go, Music Is Math and more. 23 tracks 65:52. Geogaddi is the second album released by Boards of Canada, presenting a darker sound than its predecessor filled with references to numerology, Branch Davidianism and the Bible. Backmasking was also used in the album, leading to accusations of subliminal messaging. Geogaddi, like Boards of Canada's 1998 debut album, Music Has the Right to Children, drifts its way into consciousness, rolling a fog of dark-hued psychedelia over slow-burning, lullaby melodies. Geogaddi opens with no fanfare, with the bare hum of Ready Lets Go blossoming into the soporific, hypnotic. Boards Of Canada - Geogaddi 2002. To favorites 12 Download album. Listen album. Boards Of Canada. Boards Of Canada - Beware The Friendly Stranger. Boards Of Canada - Gyroscope. Boards Of Canada - Dandelion. Boards Of Canada - Sunshine Recorder. Boards Of Canada - In The Annexie. Boards Of Canada - Julie And Candy. Boards Of Canada - Smallest Weird Number. Boards Of Canada - 1969. Boards Of Canada - Energy Warning. Geogaddi, Boards of Canada's second full-length missive since 1998's Music Has the Right to Children, is without a doubt the group's most controversial record. Released suddenly in 2002 with little or no promotion, the record made its official debut in six churches scattered across the world: London, New York, Tokyo, Edinburgh, Paris, and Berlin. Only one interview conducted via e-mail with NME was given in connection with the release Source. a record for some sort of trial-by-fire, a claustrophobic, twisting journey that takes you into some pretty dark experiences before you reach the open air again. It has a kind of narrative. OOR, 2002. Boards of Canada. Released February 13, 2002. Geogaddi Tracklist. Ready Lets Go Lyrics. A deep thematic plunge for Boards of Canada, Geogaddi, their sophomore studio album, is easily the Sandison brothers' most enigmatic, sinister, and esoteric. A slight deviation from Boards of Canadas sound on Music Has the Right to Children, Geogaddi is significantly eerier and more atmospheric. The 140th article on the Best Music and Songs Wiki. Geogaddi is Boards of Canadas second album released on the 13th of February, 2002 by Warp. According to the creators, it has said to have a darker theme compared to their previous work. Despite a little bit of controversy, this album has since been acclaimed upon its release. It has also reached 21 on the UK album charts and has been shown on 2002 best of lists published by Mojo, NME and The Wire. Michael Sandison, Marcus Eoin - performers