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In an interview with Rene Passet, Boards of Canada explained that "the color of the fire" "was a reference to a friend's psychedelic experience." ([[Forcefield 1998]])  
 
In an interview with Rene Passet, Boards of Canada explained that "the color of the fire" "was a reference to a friend's psychedelic experience." ([[Forcefield 1998]])  
  
The vocal sample in this track is believed to have been sampled from a [[wikipedia:Sesame Street|Sesame Street]] vignette, in which a child sounds out the phrase "I love you" while attempting to write it out.
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The vocal sample in this track was sampled from a [[wikipedia:Sesame Street|Sesame Street]] vignette in which a child sounds out the phrase "I love you" while attempting to write it out.
  
 
Segments of the track were used to promote the Nissan Primera "Statistics" advert directed by Chris Cunningham.
 
Segments of the track were used to promote the Nissan Primera "Statistics" advert directed by Chris Cunningham.
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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* [http://www.sesamestreet.org/video_player?p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_id=videoPlayer_WAR_sesameportlets4369&p_p_uid=f41f3da3-1647-11dd-995c-3d52ab3e4656&t=1228069457885& Sesame Street vignette sampled in "The Color of the Fire"]
 
* [http://www.ukshowreels.tv/reels/play.php?file_id=472710&reel_id=472619 "Statistics" from ukshowreels.tv]
 
* [http://www.ukshowreels.tv/reels/play.php?file_id=472710&reel_id=472619 "Statistics" from ukshowreels.tv]
 
  
 
[[Category:Released tracks]]
 
[[Category:Released tracks]]
 
[[Category: Music Has the Right to Children tracks]]
 
[[Category: Music Has the Right to Children tracks]]

Revision as of 07:21, 1 December 2008

The Color of the Fire
Running time 1:45
Appears on MHTRTC


In an interview with Rene Passet, Boards of Canada explained that "the color of the fire" "was a reference to a friend's psychedelic experience." (Forcefield 1998)

The vocal sample in this track was sampled from a Sesame Street vignette in which a child sounds out the phrase "I love you" while attempting to write it out.

Segments of the track were used to promote the Nissan Primera "Statistics" advert directed by Chris Cunningham.

References