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== TL;DR ==
 
== TL;DR ==
A mysterious Boards of Canada record was found at Other Music records in New York City.
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A mysterious Boards of Canada record was found at Other Music records in New York City. The cover reads simply as follows:
  
   BOARDS OF CANADA
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   BOARDS OF CANADA<br/>
   ------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------<br/>
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   ------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------
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</blockquote>
  
The bottom of the cover bears a copyright notice:
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The bottom of the cover bears a copyright notice dated "2013 WARP RECORDS LIMITED".
  
  2013 WARP RECORDS LIMITED  2013 WARP RECORDS LIMITED
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When played, the record contains approximately 40 seconds of audio, consisting primarily of a short set of chimes followed by a computer voice reciting six numbers, similar to a shortwave numbers station (such as the one sampled on "[[Gyroscope]]").  The numbers recited are ''9 3 6 5 5 7'''. 
  
 
According to a store employee, the record was hand-delivered by a Warp Records representative and is one of only 6 in the world.  The rest are said to be all located outside the United States.
 
According to a store employee, the record was hand-delivered by a Warp Records representative and is one of only 6 in the world.  The rest are said to be all located outside the United States.
 
  
 
== Resources and discussions ==
 
== Resources and discussions ==

Revision as of 02:19, 22 April 2013

TL;DR

A mysterious Boards of Canada record was found at Other Music records in New York City. The cover reads simply as follows:

BOARDS OF CANADA

------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------

The bottom of the cover bears a copyright notice dated "2013 WARP RECORDS LIMITED".

When played, the record contains approximately 40 seconds of audio, consisting primarily of a short set of chimes followed by a computer voice reciting six numbers, similar to a shortwave numbers station (such as the one sampled on "Gyroscope"). The numbers recited are 9 3 6 5 5 7'.

According to a store employee, the record was hand-delivered by a Warp Records representative and is one of only 6 in the world. The rest are said to be all located outside the United States.

Resources and discussions