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Boards Of CanadaTomorrow's Harvest

Label:Warp Records – WARPLP257, Music70 – WARPLP257
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Ambient, IDM

Tracklist

A1Gemini2:56
A2Reach For The Dead4:47
A3White Cyclosa3:13
A4Jacquard Causeway6:35
B1Telepath1:32
B2Cold Earth3:42
B3Transmisiones Ferox2:18
B4Sick Times4:16
B5Collapse2:49
C1Palace Posy4:05
C2Split Your Infinities4:28
C3Uritual1:59
C4Nothing Is Real3:52
C5Sundown2:16
D1New Seeds5:39
D2Come To Dust4:07
D3Semena Mertvykh3:30
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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
  • Barcode (Text): 8 01061 02571 7
  • 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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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Tomorrow's Harvest (17×File, MP3, Album, 320kbps)Warp RecordsWARPCDD257UK2013
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Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Digipak)Beat Records, Warp Records, Music70BRC-382, noneJapan2013
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Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257Europe2013
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Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257XUK & Europe2013
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Tomorrow's Harvest (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Misprint, Artcard Edition, Digipak)Warp Records, Music70WARPCD257X, WARPCD257 (Misprint)US2013

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Reviews

  • manpath's avatar
    manpath
    Edited 2 months ago
    Reach For The Dead is an absolute favorite of mine, probably one of the best BoC composition to this date. Also quite ahead of its time.
    • okshiro's avatar
      okshiro
      Edited 3 months ago
      Not as good as the classic first two LPs, but significantly better than Campfire Headphase. I never actually gave this one much of a chance back in the day after how disappointing Campfire Headphase was and how dull this one's visual presentation is. Seemed sad but pretty clear that they were cooked and past it. However, instead of just a straight decline, there is a surprising uptick here and a minor return to form. They clearly hit the wall rhythmically, though, and most of the percussion sequencing is about as inspired and exciting as that album cover typeface, but its obvious they rested and recouped a good chunk of passion for one last major work.

      Standouts for me: 'Jacquard Causeway' and 'Nothing is Real'
      • 2canSampson's avatar
        2canSampson
        I have two copies of the second disc (sides 3 and 4). Would happily trade one for a copy of disc 1.
        • Lallahelix's avatar
          Lallahelix
          Edited 7 months ago
          Interesting to see that several reviewers recently said they enjoy it better now.

          I appreciated this release since day 1, but have to say that listening to it a few days ago made it, indeed, even better, as it suits the global context even more.

          I discovered BoC as a teenager somewhere between 2010 and 2012 and instantly felt in love. This profound melancholy, and the fact that it evoked feelings that matched my longing for a more beautiful, peaceful, natural world.

          I was very happy when this came out, as it felt like a refresh of their previous discography, and something I could identify with even more, fitting the zeitgeist of the early 2010s

          10 years later... and this album feels even better. When it came out, it felt prophetic. Today, it's a sign of the times.

          Easily becoming my favorite BoC release.

          Thank you BoC for giving us music to live to, through these troubled times.
          • DJ_webcam's avatar
            DJ_webcam
            Edited 7 months ago
            Some serious end-times music. Perfect in context. As a huge fan of BOC I wasn't hyped on this album when it was released but like many of the current listeners I am coming back to this album realizing I was just bit behind the times. What else could they have released, really?
            • patina's avatar
              patina
              i was reading through some of these reviews and i noticed that many people said that they went back and listened to the album again after many years and liked it a lot better than they did at the time of release. i did the same, and i also liked it a whole lot more too. it sounds like BOC, but it is different than their 'classic' albums. it's darker, but i really enjoyed it a lot. if you still have your copy laying around somewhere, check it out again!
              • codysmith2814's avatar
                The vinyl pressing seems louder than digital - but it is just as dynamic. A richer low / midrange, for sure - but not muddy, like some vinyl can be. This is definitely an example of a pressing that sounds better on vinyl than digital. Great album, too.
                • muthubuntu's avatar
                  muthubuntu
                  Incredible sound on vinyl, and just a deeply haunting and awakening album in general... even though BoC are from the UK, they have channelled the strange hypocrisy of the West / North America with not just the sounds on the album but the album artwork, which creates an imagery in my mind of all that I have experienced living in the Southwest USA for the past 15 years...
                  • MOS2000's avatar
                    MOS2000
                    10-Year anniversary is coming up in the summer of 2023....will there be a re-press with some xtra beef? I don't know...just asking...already own the initial release and a re-press must offer sth. special to reach into my pocket again.

                    I like the album as ist is...no complaints, no artistic letdown here. Some may only be frustrated that BOC have finally left that esoteric underground bubble with the album. They felt like a "mainstream electronic act" when the exploitation previous to the release started. But they kept their pace, level and production values. A quality product as it is.

                    A re-release with an extra disc of spectacular re-mixes would be nice. Color variants of course, but those are often the only extra bang for the buck - and that is boring. And don't you dare to release a picture disc !!!
                    • AmVersion's avatar
                      AmVersion
                      I just revisited this in earnest for the first time in ages. I honestly enjoyed it so much more than earlier listens. I feel like the hype at it's release and preconceptions of what it would be at the time did a disservice in really hearing the album. As someone said, there are vast Carpenter soundtrack influences. Some of these would have been Stranger Things music in a different metaverse. Glad I own it and took the time to revisit it.

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