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An overview of registered works.

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Rare/Early Releases

General Releases


Eps and 12"s

Promotional Releases

Bootleg Releases


Remixes by BoC

Remixes of BoC

  • 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 Boards of Canada

  • Korona : Dec 1996. 12". Limited Edition. MASK100.
  • Orange Romeda : 29 June 1998. CD + 12". WAP100CD + WAP100.
  • Sixtyniner : July 1998. 7". Limited 500 copies. DISKONO001X.

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 Abrams' 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].

Produced by BoC for Others

Live Bootlegs

An overview of Boards of Canada's live set geographical locations can be seen here.

Some of those performances were bootlegged:


Radio Shows

BMI Repertoire search results

The following track titles returned by a BMI Repertoire search for "Michael Sandison" do not appear in the track listing of any known BoC or Hell Interface release:

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