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title Boards of Canada
author Soichiro Tanaka
publication Snoozer
date 2006/02
issue 54
pages 22-28




Original Text[edit]

Boards of Canada was an interview (in Japanese) by Soichiro Tanaka originally published February 2006 in Snoozer magazine Number 54 pp.22-28

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Boards of Canada[edit]

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Highlights and Notes[edit]

  • Marcus reveals that the newest track on the Campfire Headphase is Slow This Bird Down, made June 2005.
  • He also reveals that the oldest track on the album is '84 Pontiac Dream, which was an idea/demo in early 2003.

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