Boards Of Canada ‎– Tomorrow's Harvest

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Warp Records ‎– WARPLP257, Music70 ‎– WARPLP257
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Tracklist

A1 Gemini 2:56
A2 Reach For The Dead 4:47
A3 White Cyclosa 3:13
A4 Jacquard Causeway 6:35
B1 Telepath 1:32
B2 Cold Earth 3:42
B3 Transmisiones Ferox 2:18
B4 Sick Times 4:16
B5 Collapse 2:49
C1 Palace Posy 4:05
C2 Split Your Infinities 4:28
C3 Uritual 1:59
C4 Nothing Is Real 3:52
C5 Sundown 2:16
D1 New Seeds 5:39
D2 Come To Dust 4:07
D3 Semena Mertvykh 3:30

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Notes

Gatefold cover with printed inner sleeves. Issued with a digital download code.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 801061025717
  • Label Code: LC02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): WARP 257 A BD02482-01 A1 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): WARP 257 B BD02482-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): WARP 257 C BD02482-02 C1 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): WARP 257 D BD02482-02 D1

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WARPLP257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Warp Records, Music70 WARPLP257 UK 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records, Music70 WARPCD257 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
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WARPCDD 257 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest(17xFile, ALAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD 257 UK 2013
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Mooshrum

Mooshrum

September 23, 2018
My favorite album of theirs and my favorite album of all time.
Expansive09

Expansive09

July 4, 2018
Dark distopian soundtrack for the inner ear cinema. Seriously nice music not really dance oriented more minimalist minor keyed soundscapes, arpeggios, accented drum beats and nice warbly analog synths thrown in for good measure. I for one love music that isnt over produced or cluttered with too many over-dubs and says nothing. Not the case for Tomorrows Harvest! When listening this comes across almost like a soundtrack for a conspiratorial cold war 1970's era documentary.
Lorien_

Lorien_

January 28, 2018
To this day I don't understand all the hype around this album. It just sounds like generic melancholy music....Stuff you might hear in a commercial or some Hollywood movie or some crappy tv show.
Numanoid

Numanoid

December 17, 2017
I just don't get why users talk about this album in present day political terms. Trump (or Carter, or Reagan, or whoever) is the flavor of the month. Boards Of Canada is timeless.
jasonspaceman

jasonspaceman

November 28, 2017
I think this is a good BoC album but I was overall disappointed. It was a long stretch from the last release and i got no sense of progression for them. Personally I think BoC is amazing, especially the early stuff up to and including Geogaddi. From there on there hasn't been much to really get excited about. I would like to see them try something entirely different but through their lens rather than repeating their early work. Overall a pretty one dimensional act, but boy did they ever master that one dimension.
lajoula

lajoula

July 30, 2017
I'm still wondering why they are so absent musician.

But then i realize that driving the project in that way is what has make them "singular".

________

... just waiting for new music. expectant as many people too.
PVZ423

PVZ423

June 20, 2017
To anyone wondering it is a very good pressing. Also a huge grower, took me a year of random listens to fully appreciate this album.
antis

antis

June 3, 2017
Looking forward to what boc release in the post-trump world
sicxx

sicxx

February 19, 2017
The atmosphere of Tomorrow's Harvest is fantastic. It's extremely dreamlike, almost mournful; even the more upbeat tracks like New Seeds, Come To Dust and Jacquard Causeway are haunting and often feel fuzzy, surreal.
The production, as expected, is gorgeous; punchy when needed and polished beautifully, there's an almost nostalgic tone throughout the whole thing, but it's also strangely futuristic. Like advanced technology, androids and artificial intelligence had been created in the 90's.
There's countless words to describe this album, and a lot of other users use some great ones, otherwordly, cinematic, murky, dark, fuzzy, organic, bizarre.
Repeated listens do it no end of justice, and it's become one of my favourite albums despite not being that impressed on the first listen. It's one I always come back to, and one that creates a mood like few others can.
Pancho_Ramone

Pancho_Ramone

November 28, 2016
Probably the best BOC album, gets better with each passing year. They've never been about the beats (though those present here are decent), it's always been about the otherworldly tones and atmosphere and the evocative melodies, and all that is certainly present in this release, it's just that BOC predicted what our current, 2016 mood would be, awaiting humanity's impending downfall..."Geogaddi" seems like kiddie stuff in comparison. Also, with this album, BOC (along with the likes of Zombi) predicted the popularity of John Carpenter-like synthscapes on account of the "Stranger Things" soundtrack, though BOC have a much more lush and cinematic take on the style.