Thanks for the upload.
Okay, so here's where I come from with my thinking about all of this.
I don't care who did or didn't make the music.
It's BoC for me. If I were to interview them, I would ask about this music as if it were their own, and I would ignore them if they tried to tell me it wasn't them. TOO LATE! It's already part of the discography in my mind.
If nobody knows who it is, then I say we attribute it to BoC and leave it at that. We treat it as their music and refuse to budge.
I mean it like this: if we all dig this music and it sounds like it could be them, then screw it - it's them.
I know this isn't the same mindset everyone might have, but it's mine.
When I listen to this stuff I imagine it's really the brothers and their bandmates or friends, and these are the recordings they made and have finally allowed us to hear.
ElectronanldMcdonald2 (excellent name, by the way) is right. It's either them or it's an elaborate fake. The effort that would be required for the fake is astonishing, and that's enough for me to say it's BoC.
BUT...if anyone wants to enlighten me as to the source of this stuff, I'm all ears.
I want to interview the person/people behind it if it isn't BoC. I think it would be ripe material that we would all love to hear - the process of making all of this.
Anyway, that's my two cents. Or what do you call it in the UK? That's my two euros?
That's my two euros.