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==Early vs. Late Releases==
 
[[Boards of Canada]]'s discography essentially falls in two camps.  
 
[[Boards of Canada]]'s discography essentially falls in two camps.  
 
*The well-known releases that followed after the duo were signed, first to [[SKAM]] and then to [[Warp Records]], which can be purchased in any decent record shop.  
 
*The well-known releases that followed after the duo were signed, first to [[SKAM]] and then to [[Warp Records]], which can be purchased in any decent record shop.  
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**Many albums which purport to be other rare releases are commonplace too, but almost without exception, these have proven to be fakes of varying qualities so far.and ''[[Geogaddi]]''.
 
**Many albums which purport to be other rare releases are commonplace too, but almost without exception, these have proven to be fakes of varying qualities so far.and ''[[Geogaddi]]''.
  
==Rare/Early==
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==Rare/Early Releases==
 
* ''[[Catalog 3]]''
 
* ''[[Catalog 3]]''
 
* ''[[Acid Memories]]
 
* ''[[Acid Memories]]
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* ''[[The Campfire Headphase]]'': 17 October 2005, CD + 2xLP + Promotional copies, WARP123
 
* ''[[The Campfire Headphase]]'': 17 October 2005, CD + 2xLP + Promotional copies, WARP123
  
===Eps and 12"s)===
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===Eps and 12"s===
 
* ''[[Twoism]]'': 1995, Cassette + LP (100 copies originally printed, now many), BOARD1
 
* ''[[Twoism]]'': 1995, Cassette + LP (100 copies originally printed, now many), BOARD1
 
* ''[[Hi Scores]]'': December 1996, LP, SKA008
 
* ''[[Hi Scores]]'': December 1996, LP, SKA008

Revision as of 03:24, 2 September 2006

Early vs. Late Releases

Boards of Canada's discography essentially falls in two camps.

  • The well-known releases that followed after the duo were signed, first to SKAM and then to Warp Records, which can be purchased in any decent record shop.
  • The releases which precede this, of which original copies are exceptionally rare. Much of the knowledge we have of the latter is due to The Cosmic Crofter's webpage, which is now defunct.
    • The exceptions: vopies of BoC Maxima and the "Old Tunes" tapes which are almost certainly legitimate are readily available on the p2p networks.
    • Many albums which purport to be other rare releases are commonplace too, but almost without exception, these have proven to be fakes of varying qualities so far.and Geogaddi.

Rare/Early Releases

General Releases

Albums

Eps and 12"s

Live Bootlegs

Discography Overview | viewedit
Rare/Early releases Catalog 3Acid MemoriesCloses Vol. 1Play by NumbersHooper BayBoC MaximaOld Tunes Vol. 1Old Tunes Vol. 2Random 35 Tracks TapeGeogaddi (test pressing)
General releases (albums) Music Has the Right to ChildrenGeogaddiThe Campfire HeadphaseTomorrow's Harvest
General releases (eps/12"s) TwoismHi ScoresAquariusPeel SessionIn a Beautiful Place out in the CountryTrans Canada HighwaySocietas x Tape
Promotional Releases Telephasic WorkshopMHTRTC (promo cassette)Orange RomedaGeogaddi (promo lp)Geogaddi (promo cassette)------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------
Produced by BoC for Others Here Come the Rubber Cops
Bootleg Releases Unreleased Tracks
Live Sets Warp10The LighthouseAll Tomorrow's PartiesOther live sets
Other KaleidoscopePromotional ItemsT-Shirts