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==Comments==
 
==Comments==
  
*All of the percussion on "[[An Eagle in Your Mind]]" was created using cut up samples of [[Mike]]'s girlfriend's voice. <ref>[[Interviews#2002-07-01:_Remix|Remix Magazine, 2002]]</ref>
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*All of the percussion on "[[An Eagle in Your Mind]]" was created using cut up samples of [[Michael Sandison]]'s girlfriend's voice ([[Interviews#2002-07-01:_Remix|Remix Magazine, 2002]]).
 
* A video (made for the [[WATMM video contest]]) was created for "[[An Eagle in Your Mind]]" by "[https://on-go.bandcamp.com/ Jesse Anderson]" using stock footage sampled from Tatsuo Sato's anime film "[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0385586/ Cat Soup]." This video also offers an interpretation of the vocal sample heard during the track.
 
* A video (made for the [[WATMM video contest]]) was created for "[[An Eagle in Your Mind]]" by "[https://on-go.bandcamp.com/ Jesse Anderson]" using stock footage sampled from Tatsuo Sato's anime film "[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0385586/ Cat Soup]." This video also offers an interpretation of the vocal sample heard during the track.
  
 
==Samples / Lyrics==
 
==Samples / Lyrics==
  
* Between 1:53 and 2:50, a speech sample can be heard. It comes from the documentary "On the Tracks of the Wild Otter (1983)" <ref>http://www.reddit.com/r/boardsofcanada/comments/2sndzz/sound_familiar/</ref><ref>http://www.wildfilmhistory.org/film/467/On+the+Tracks+of+the+Wild+Otter.html</ref>, narrated by Hugh Miles. The sample can be heard at around 26:31 <ref>{{#ev:youtube|NvIneE_fcHM|480||||start=0|false}}</ref>, and says  :
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* Between 1:53 and 2:50, a speech sample can be heard. It comes from the documentary "On the Tracks of the Wild Otter (1983)" <ref>http://www.reddit.com/r/boardsofcanada/comments/2sndzz/sound_familiar/</ref><ref>http://www.wildfilmhistory.org/film/467/On+the+Tracks+of+the+Wild+Otter.html</ref>, narrated by Hugh Miles. The sample can be heard at around 23:56 <ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVMh7r0LHW4&t=23m56s</ref>, and says  :
  
 
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<blockquote>
The holts are nearly always close to the sea<br />
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the holts are nearly always close to the sea<br />
 
in fallen boulders, old ruins, and cliffs<br />
 
in fallen boulders, old ruins, and cliffs<br />
 
all at the top of a stack, like this<br />
 
all at the top of a stack, like this<br />
High above the sea<br />
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high above the sea<br />
A safe place for cubs<br />
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a safe place for cubs<br />
 
I wait, tense<br />
 
I wait, tense<br />
 
then disappointed<br />
 
then disappointed<br />
She leaves her spraint to notify others of her visit<br />
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she leaves her spraint to notify others of her visit<br />
The holts are evenly spaced<br />
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the holts are evenly spaced<br />
 
about 500 yards apart, [enough for the use of any otter who passes by?], with or without cubs<br /> </blockquote>
 
about 500 yards apart, [enough for the use of any otter who passes by?], with or without cubs<br /> </blockquote>
  
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"there's a background sound throughout the song which could be "sweat-sweat" (in the first part of the song), with  "tension" coming in later. It's hard to recognise as speech, but it could well be; one of the interviews says that the "percussion" in the track was constructed using the voice of the girlfriend of one of [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]." </blockquote>
 
"there's a background sound throughout the song which could be "sweat-sweat" (in the first part of the song), with  "tension" coming in later. It's hard to recognise as speech, but it could well be; one of the interviews says that the "percussion" in the track was constructed using the voice of the girlfriend of one of [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]." </blockquote>
  
* A voice that sounds like a black male singing "No" fades in at 4:35 and continues throughout the song.  (Sounds like another 70s/80s disco/funk sample). At 5:27, a scratchy sample saying "Yeah" is played forward, then backward, then forward again, with some additional scrubbing in between. At 6:00, "Yeah" plays again, but only once.
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* A voice that sounds like a black male singing "No" fades in at 4:35 and continues throughout the song.  (Sounds like another 70s/80s disco/funk sample). At 5:27 A scratchy sample saying "Yeah" is played forward, then backward, then forward again, with some additional scrubbing in between. At 6:00, "Yeah" plays again, but only once.
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
  
*This track's title is referenced in "[[Sunshine Recorder]]" on ''[[Geogaddi]]''.
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*This track's title is referenced in "[[Sunshine Recorder]]" on ''[[Geogaddi]]''
  
 
== Videos ==
 
== Videos ==
  
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== External Links ==
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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