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== Comments ==
 
== Comments ==
 
*The track was featured on the [[Boards of Canada]] website in 2002 (now available [http://www.atomless.com/projects/boc/site/ here]) as an infinite interactive loop. The playback could be controlled via keyboard, making it possible to hear distinct parts of the track separately. This version contains the "take my hand" vocal sample also used in "[[You Could Feel The Sky]]".
 
*The track was featured on the [[Boards of Canada]] website in 2002 (now available [http://www.atomless.com/projects/boc/site/ here]) as an infinite interactive loop. The playback could be controlled via keyboard, making it possible to hear distinct parts of the track separately. This version contains the "take my hand" vocal sample also used in "[[You Could Feel The Sky]]".
*"[[Seven Forty Seven]]" was released in 2009 on [http://www.discogs.com/release/2024532 Warp20 (Unheard)] as the first track. This version contains an eerie element that also appears in "[[Audiotrack 06]]", but here it is much clearer and slightly faster.
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*"[[Seven Forty Seven]]" was released in 2009 on [http://www.discogs.com/release/2024532 Warp20 (Unheard)] as the first track. This version contains an eerie element that also appears in "[[R35TT A06]]", but here it is much clearer and slightly faster.
 
*It has been documented by fans that the vinyl version of "[[Seven Forty Seven]]" can be played at both 33 1/3 and 45 rpm, revealing different elements of music in each version played.
 
*It has been documented by fans that the vinyl version of "[[Seven Forty Seven]]" can be played at both 33 1/3 and 45 rpm, revealing different elements of music in each version played.
 
*"[[Seven Forty Seven]]" is likely in reference to the [[wikipedia:Boeing 747|Boeing 747]] aircraft, which was first entered into service in 1970. Many themes of BoC's music involve references to air travel and the 1970's.
 
*"[[Seven Forty Seven]]" is likely in reference to the [[wikipedia:Boeing 747|Boeing 747]] aircraft, which was first entered into service in 1970. Many themes of BoC's music involve references to air travel and the 1970's.

Revision as of 04:18, 26 May 2017

Seven Forty Seven
Running time 6:44
Appears on WARPCD20³


Comments

  • The track was featured on the Boards of Canada website in 2002 (now available here) as an infinite interactive loop. The playback could be controlled via keyboard, making it possible to hear distinct parts of the track separately. This version contains the "take my hand" vocal sample also used in "You Could Feel The Sky".
  • "Seven Forty Seven" was released in 2009 on Warp20 (Unheard) as the first track. This version contains an eerie element that also appears in "R35TT A06", but here it is much clearer and slightly faster.
  • It has been documented by fans that the vinyl version of "Seven Forty Seven" can be played at both 33 1/3 and 45 rpm, revealing different elements of music in each version played.
  • "Seven Forty Seven" is likely in reference to the Boeing 747 aircraft, which was first entered into service in 1970. Many themes of BoC's music involve references to air travel and the 1970's.
  • "Seven Forty Seven", numerically, is 7 4 7. The sum of 7+4+7 is 18. 18 can be reduced into three sixes or 666.
  • "Seven Forty Seven", when numbered literally, is 7 40 7. The sum of 7+40+7 is 54. 54 can be reduced into nine sixes or 666-666-666.

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