Boom Bip ‎– Seed To Sun

Lex Records ‎– lex006
CD, Album

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01 Roads Must Roll 3:58
02 Third Stream 2:55
03 Closed Shoulders 4:50
04 The Unthinkable
Rap [Featuring], Lyrics By – Buck65*
05 Newly Weds 1:00
06 U R Here 5:41
07 Pulse All Over 5:13
08 Popsicle
Rap [Featuring], Lyrics By – Nacky Koma
09 Awaiting An Accident 5:21
10 Mannequin Hand Trapdoor I Reminder
Instruments [Additional Instrumentation] – Ashley ShepherdRap [Featuring], Lyrics By – Dose One
11 Me: The New You 1:25
12 The Use Of Unacceptable Colors In Nature 5:36
13.1 Last Walk Around Mirror Lake 5:05
13.2 (silence) 4:03
13.3 Untitled 2:55



© 2002 Lex Records ℗ 2002 Lex Records
Published by Warp Music

Released in a slipcase with fold-out card insert.

Track 13 has a hidden track at the end after 4 minutes of silence.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 801061506025
  • Other (Label Code): LC02070

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LEX 006 Boom Bip Seed To Sun(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Lex Records LEX 006 UK 2002 Sell This Version
lex006 Boom Bip Seed To Sun(2xLP, Album) Lex Records lex006 UK 2002 Sell This Version
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May 21, 2011

"Roads Must Roll," the first track off Boom Bip's SEED TO SUN, sums up the album to a tee: strong rhythms, delicate musical sensibility. With its strings, it hints at 'folktronica,' but this album has more tricks up its sleeve. "Third Stream" and "Closed Shoulders," for instance, are more abstract, the former almost jazzy in its insouciance, the latter reaching into Black Dog territory. But "U R Here" returns to the bucolic mood from earlier, and "Pulse All Over" takes it a step further, into pure ambience. The lyricists appear on "The Unthinkable" and "Mannequin Hand Trapdoor I Reminder" (which sees Doseone return with a jazz double bass to accompany him). But it's tracks like "The Use of Unacceptable Colors in Nature" (with its live drumming feel), that stand out stronger. "Last Walk Around Mirror Lake" takes the album out on some Bibio-like guitar strums. Quite nice.