|Random 35 Tracks Tape|
Despite its uncertain provenance, the tape is generally believed to be authentic.
These tracks appear to have first surfaced on Soulseek under various names, such as "random 35 tracks tape (rarities and the best of - not old tunes v1 or v2)" and "A Few Older Tunes Disc 1/Disc 2", reflecting the uncertainty of the collection's provenance. Early sightings include:
Side A: Blueberry is believed to be the name of the short vignette at the end of "Sixtyten" on Music has the Right to Children. Track 6 contains a sample later used in "Seven Forty Seven", but slightly slower. Track 8 contains a sample from "June 9th" except much faster.
Side B: It's Too Orangey is believed to be the name of the vignette at the end of "Triangles and Rhombuses", also on Music has the Right to Children. Track 5 contains a sample from the NES/Arcade classic, Donkey Kong. Track 10 is a reversed version of "The Smallest Weird Number", later released on "Geogaddi".
Important: Track titles and lengths are estimations; original listings are not available.
|Rare/Early releases||Catalog 3 • Acid Memories • Closes Vol. 1 • Play by Numbers • Hooper Bay • BoC Maxima • Old Tunes Vol. 1 • Old Tunes Vol. 2 • Random 35 Tracks Tape • Geogaddi (test pressing)|
|General releases (albums)||Music Has the Right to Children • Geogaddi • The Campfire Headphase • Tomorrow's Harvest|
|General releases (eps/12"s)||Twoism • Hi Scores • Aquarius • Peel Session • In a Beautiful Place out in the Country • Trans Canada Highway • Societas x Tape|
|Promotional Releases||Telephasic Workshop • MHTRTC (promo cassette) • Orange Romeda • Geogaddi (promo lp) • Geogaddi (promo cassette) • ------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------|
|Produced by BoC for Others||Here Come the Rubber Cops|
|Bootleg Releases||Unreleased Tracks|
|Live Sets||Warp10 • The Lighthouse • All Tomorrow's Parties • Other live sets|
|Other||Kaleidoscope • Promotional Items • T-Shirts|