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== Comments ==
 
== Comments ==
* The ending sounds a bit like 'Gann', a short audio clip from [[Boards of Canada]]'s former interactive website.
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* The entire track is a near-perfect musical palindrome, meaning the track sounds similar when played both forwards and backwards.
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==Samples/Lyrics==
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==Trivia==
 
* The Ataronchronon were a tribal people living in 17th century Ontario.  Also known as the "People of the Marshes", they were considered a tribe of the Huron Indians, who were further part of the larger Iroquoi family.
 
* The Ataronchronon were a tribal people living in 17th century Ontario.  Also known as the "People of the Marshes", they were considered a tribe of the Huron Indians, who were further part of the larger Iroquoi family.
* The entire track is a near-perfect musical palindrome, meaning the track sounds similar when played both forwards and backwards.
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==VIdeos==
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huron Huron Indians] on Wikipedia.
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huron Huron Indians] on Wikipedia.
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==References==
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[[Category: Released tracks]]
 
[[Category: Released tracks]]
 
[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]
 
[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]

Revision as of 03:56, 27 June 2013

Ataronchronon
Running time 1:14
Appears on The Campfire Headphase


Comments

  • The entire track is a near-perfect musical palindrome, meaning the track sounds similar when played both forwards and backwards.

Samples/Lyrics

Trivia

  • The Ataronchronon were a tribal people living in 17th century Ontario. Also known as the "People of the Marshes", they were considered a tribe of the Huron Indians, who were further part of the larger Iroquoi family.

VIdeos

External Links

References