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{{Infobox Release|
 
{{Infobox Release|
 
| name=Closes Volume 1
 
| name=Closes Volume 1
| cover=BOC-album-18.jpg
 
 
| release_date=1992
 
| release_date=1992
| format=Cassette <br> CD
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| format=Cassette
 
| label=Music70
 
| label=Music70
 
| catno=AOMC16
 
| catno=AOMC16
| runtime=56:22
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| runtime=
 
}}   
 
}}   
  
[[Closes Vol. 1]] is [[Boards of Canada]]'s third known release.
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The album has not been heard by those outside of the band's family and friends. MP3s labeled "Godever" (1:46), "Treeline" (1:12), and "Trillions" (3:31) are not the tracks from ''Closes Vol. 1''; the latter two are definitely not by [[Boards of Canada]].
 
 
 
4 tracks have the title [[Close1]] through [[Close4]]. Some track titles have mathematical connotations: [[Tends Towards]] (from analysis, limits, etc.), [[Numerator]] (fractions), [[Trillions]], [[5d]]  (5-dimensional).
 
 
 
It was originally a cassette, but has been repressed on CD in 1997 <ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20010619002758/http://www.boardsofcanada.com/discog_closes1.html</ref> <ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20010606220519/http://www.boardsofcanada.com/records.html</ref>.
 
 
 
In 2014 on [[PIC]]'s own photography website, under a category called "In Life And In Song" he posted a high-resolution scan of what could be the origin of the cover without the "b.o.c closes vol. 1" marking in the top-right picture which was surely edited before the album's release.
 
 
 
The fact that in the time-stamp present in both the original source and artwork of the album, the year 1997 is present which matches the year in which the album was re-pressed on CD, could mean that the original 1992 cassette release has a totally different artwork. <ref>http://www.peteriaincampbell.co.uk/wp/?skills=in-life-and-in-song</ref> <ref>https://imgur.com/a/gT2ir</ref>
 
  
 
== Tracks ==
 
== Tracks ==
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# "[[Found The Way]]" &ndash; 6:06
 
# "[[Found The Way]]" &ndash; 6:06
 
# "[[Close3]]" &ndash; 0:26
 
# "[[Close3]]" &ndash; 0:26
# "[[Numerator (Original)]]" &ndash; 6:31
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# "[[Numerator Original]]" &ndash; 6:31
 
# "[[Fonec]]" &ndash; 5:42
 
# "[[Fonec]]" &ndash; 5:42
 
# "[[Trillions]]" &ndash; 3:19
 
# "[[Trillions]]" &ndash; 3:19
# "[[Close4]]" &ndash; 0:34
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# "[[CLose4]]" &ndash; 0:34
 
 
== References ==
 
<references />
 
  
[[Category:Unavailable Release]]
 
 
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