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Boards Of CanadaThe Campfire Headphase

Label:Warp Records – warplp123, Music70 – warplp123
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Ambient

Tracklist

A1Into The Rainbow Vein0:44
A2Chromakey Dreamcoat5:47
A3Satellite Anthem Icarus6:08
A4Peacock Tail5:24
B1Dayvan Cowboy5:00
B2A Moment Of Clarity0:51
B3'84 Pontiac Dream3:49
B4Sherbet Head2:41
C1Oscar See Through Red Eye5:08
C2Ataronchronon1:14
C3Hey Saturday Sun4:56
C4Constants Are Changing1:42
D1Slow This Bird Down6:09
D2Tears From The Compound Eye4:03
D3Farewell Fire8:28
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Notes

Issued in a gatefold cover with printed inner sleeves.

Initial release contained a biography insert, promotional postcard and 3 stickers

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 01061 01231 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 801061012311
  • Label Code: LC 02070
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): 59577 1A WARPLP 123 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): 59577 1B WARPLP 123
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side C): 59577 1C WARPLP 123 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side D): 59577 1D WARPLP 123

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The Campfire Headphase (CD, Album, Promo)Warp Recordswarpcd123pUK2005
The Campfire Headphase (CD, Album)Beat Records, Warp Records, Music70BRC-139Japan2005
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The Campfire Headphase (CD, Album, Repress, Jewel case)Warp Records, Music70warpcd123UK2005
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Reviews

  • PhilLawton's avatar
    PhilLawton
    A permanent fixture in my all time top ten albums.
    • okshiro's avatar
      okshiro
      Edited one year ago
      The drop off in complexity and intensity that accompanied making room for unremarkable live instrumentation guts the mystique and excitement of their previous two Warp LPs and leaves a disappointing product: A well polished but highly forgettable downtempo record that would not be out of place on any of the ceaseless Youtube chill-out lo-fi streams.
      • sgt-hartman's avatar
        sgt-hartman
        Take more time than others BoC albums to get into. But once, it is as valuable as others ihmo
        • Chalybs's avatar
          Chalybs
          Probably their most underrated album. How can somebody give this one/two stars with tracks like "85 Pontiac Dream", "Satellite Anthem Icarus", "Sherbet Head" and "Constants Are Changing"??
          • dclambert's avatar
            dclambert
            The argument often goes that this album does not match up with the level of accomplishment of "Music Has the Right..." and "Geogaddi." And my retort is simply this: it's still Boards of Canada. And Boards of Canada are LEVELS above most other producers working with beat-backed electronic music. Everything they've produced since "Music Has the Right..." - this album included - is rich and rewarding. They have one of the most refined aethetics of any electronic music producer or group - ever.

            To any fan who feels this album falls short, I suggest this. Imagine this album were the debut by couple of previously unknown people. What would you think?

            Campfire Headphase is WELL worth your time.

            • Analogassailant's avatar
              Definitely my favourite BoC album. For sure the other albums are really good, but this one strikes a nice balance combining their established ‘sound’ together with new elements (real guitars, drums etc) that I am sure will keep me coming back for many years to come.

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