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Music Has The Right To Children

by Boards of Canada

Music Has The Right To Children by Boards of Canada

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Music Has The Right To Children

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Label: Warp Records
Like Blade Runner's famous tears in the rain, Boards of Canada's debut album proffers the melancholy spectacle of the future dissolving into the past. Off-kilter hip-hop beats and otherworldly synthesizers scan as transmissions from a distant tomorrow, but they're laced with powerfully nostalgic overtones of last century's tarnished hi-tech. Indulging synaesthetic fantasies of an isolated rural paradise, the reclusive Scottish duo creates a self-enclosed world that's as seductive as it is self-enclosed. Starker than their later material, their debut album remains just as essential.

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Like Blade Runner's famous tears in the rain, Boards of Canada's debut album proffers the melancholy spectacle of the future dissolving into the past. Off-kilter hip-hop beats and otherworldly synthesizers scan as transmissions from a distant tomorrow, but they're laced with powerfully nostalgic overtones of last century's tarnished hi-tech. Indulging synaesthetic fantasies of an isolated rural paradise, the reclusive Scottish duo creates a self-enclosed world that's as seductive as it is self-enclosed. Starker than their later material, their debut album remains just as essential.

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About This Album

Like Blade Runner's famous tears in the rain, Boards of Canada's debut album proffers the melancholy spectacle of the future dissolving into the past. Off-kilter hip-hop beats and otherworldly synthesizers scan as transmissions from a distant tomorrow, but they're laced with powerfully nostalgic overtones of last century's tarnished hi-tech. Indulging synaesthetic fantasies of an isolated rural paradise, the reclusive Scottish duo creates a self-enclosed world that's as seductive as it is self-enclosed. Starker than their later material, their debut album remains just as essential.