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==Early vs. Late Releases==
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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.
 
**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.
  
==Rare/Early Releases==
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== Rare/Early Releases ==
 
* ''[[Catalog 3]]''
 
* ''[[Catalog 3]]''
 
* ''[[Acid Memories]]
 
* ''[[Acid Memories]]
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*''[[Geogaddi (promo)]]'': 12 January 2001, LP, WARPLP101P
 
*''[[Geogaddi (promo)]]'': 12 January 2001, LP, WARPLP101P
  
==General Releases==
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== General Releases ==
===Albums===
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=== Albums ===
 
* ''[[Music Has the Right to Children]]'': 20 April 1998, CD + LP, WARP055 + SKA001
 
* ''[[Music Has the Right to Children]]'': 20 April 1998, CD + LP, WARP055 + SKA001
 
* ''[[Geogaddi]]'': 18 February 2002, CD + 3xLP + Limited edition hardbound, WARP101
 
* ''[[Geogaddi]]'': 18 February 2002, CD + 3xLP + Limited edition hardbound, WARP101
 
* ''[[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
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* ''[[Trans Canada Highway]]'': 29 May 2006, CD + Enhanced CD + EP+ Promotional copies, WAP200
 
* ''[[Trans Canada Highway]]'': 29 May 2006, CD + Enhanced CD + EP+ Promotional copies, WAP200
  
==Remixes==
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== Remixes ==
===Remixes by BoC===
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=== Remixes by BoC ===
 
* ''[[Michael Fakesch - Surfaise : The Trade Winds Mix By Boards Of Canada]]''  - Appears on ''Demon 1''. March 1997. 12". MAS 04.01.
 
* ''[[Michael Fakesch - Surfaise : The Trade Winds Mix By Boards Of Canada]]''  - Appears on ''Demon 1''. March 1997. 12". MAS 04.01.
 
* ''[[Mira Calix - Sandsings]]'' : remixed by Boards Of Canada - May 1998. 2 x10", CD Single. WAP 97.
 
* ''[[Mira Calix - Sandsings]]'' : remixed by Boards Of Canada - May 1998. 2 x10", CD Single. WAP 97.
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* ''[[Why? - Good Friday]]'' : Remix by Boards of Canada - 29 November 2007. "Lilac" Vinyl 12" EP [UK], Promo CD EP. ABR 79/TOM 111.
 
* ''[[Why? - Good Friday]]'' : Remix by Boards of Canada - 29 November 2007. "Lilac" Vinyl 12" EP [UK], Promo CD EP. ABR 79/TOM 111.
  
===Remixes of BoC===
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=== Remixes of BoC ===
 
* "[[Kid For Today]] (Stereolab Remix)" - Remixed by [[Wikipedia:Stereolab|Stereolab]]
 
* "[[Kid For Today]] (Stereolab Remix)" - Remixed by [[Wikipedia:Stereolab|Stereolab]]
 
** Appears on ''Warp 10+3 Remixes'' compilation album. 11 October 1999. WARP 69.
 
** Appears on ''Warp 10+3 Remixes'' compilation album. 11 October 1999. WARP 69.
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** Appears on the ''[[Trans Canada Highway]]'' EP. 29 June 2006. WAP 200.
 
** Appears on the ''[[Trans Canada Highway]]'' EP. 29 June 2006. WAP 200.
  
=====Notes=====
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===== Notes =====
 
* Several bootleg remixes of BoC tracks also exist, but are not listed here.
 
* Several bootleg remixes of BoC tracks also exist, but are not listed here.
 
* "ROYGBIV (Alpha Quest Mix)" was a custom edit by BoC for an independent film. Not intended to be released, the mix was leaked onto the internet.
 
* "ROYGBIV (Alpha Quest Mix)" was a custom edit by BoC for an independent film. Not intended to be released, the mix was leaked onto the internet.
  
==Tracks On Compilations==
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== Tracks On Compilations ==
 
=== As Hell Interface ===
 
=== As Hell Interface ===
 
The [[Hell Interface]] side-project seems to be more in the nature of a remix project than [[Boards of Canada]] proper. The works released under the HI name are: remixes of [[Colonel Abrahams - Trapped|Colonel Abrahams' Trapped]] and of [[Midnight Star - Midas Touch|Midnight Star's Midas Touch]], and a strange little speech-only track called [[The Story of Xentrix]]. Can this last track be described as a remix? Most of the speech seems to be synthesized; however, the last few words sound rather different - perhaps from another source (just speculation).
 
The [[Hell Interface]] side-project seems to be more in the nature of a remix project than [[Boards of Canada]] proper. The works released under the HI name are: remixes of [[Colonel Abrahams - Trapped|Colonel Abrahams' Trapped]] and of [[Midnight Star - Midas Touch|Midnight Star's Midas Touch]], and a strange little speech-only track called [[The Story of Xentrix]]. Can this last track be described as a remix? Most of the speech seems to be synthesized; however, the last few words sound rather different - perhaps from another source (just speculation).
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* [[The Story of Xentrix]]
 
* [[The Story of Xentrix]]
  
==Live Bootlegs==
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== Live Bootlegs ==
 
* ''[[Live @ Warp10]]'': 5 November 1999, MP3
 
* ''[[Live @ Warp10]]'': 5 November 1999, MP3
 
* ''[[Live @ Lighthouse]]'': 14 October 2000, MP3
 
* ''[[Live @ Lighthouse]]'': 14 October 2000, MP3
 
* ''[[Live @ ATP]]'': 7 April 2001, MP3
 
* ''[[Live @ ATP]]'': 7 April 2001, MP3
  
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==  Others ==
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=== Radio Shows ===
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* [[Disengage|Disengage radio show]]
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* [[Helter Skelter (radio programme)|Helter Skelter radio show]]
 
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Revision as of 14:10, 25 August 2008

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: copies 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.

Rare/Early Releases

General Releases

Albums

Eps and 12"s

Remixes

Remixes by BoC

Remixes of BoC

Notes
  • Several bootleg remixes of BoC tracks also exist, but are not listed here.
  • "ROYGBIV (Alpha Quest Mix)" was a custom edit by BoC for an independent film. Not intended to be released, the mix was leaked onto the internet.

Tracks On Compilations

As Hell Interface

The Hell Interface side-project seems to be more in the nature of a remix project than Boards of Canada proper. The works released under the HI name are: remixes of Colonel Abrahams' Trapped and of Midnight Star's Midas Touch, and a strange little speech-only track called The Story of Xentrix. Can this last track be described as a remix? Most of the speech seems to be synthesized; however, the last few words sound rather different - perhaps from another source (just speculation).

There used to be link here to an animated trailer here, for a program called "Zentrix", which was taken down after a while. By request, here it is again (be aware that the trailer is not necessarily related to the Hell Interface track, except by the similarity of names). The trailer can be found at the Zentrix site [1].

Live Bootlegs

Others

Radio Shows

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 Highway
Mixtapes Societas x Tape
Live Sets Warp10The LighthouseAll Tomorrow's PartiesOther live sets
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
Other KaleidoscopePromotional ItemsT-Shirts