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I ran the unknown tracks through the PPL repertoire database (searching boards of canada produced too many results to display) and came up with something interesting.

Blueberry

It's Too Orangey

So could these be the names of the vignettes at the end of twoism and basefree?
I know they don't show up when Sixtyten and Triangles and Rhombuses are searched but did they need to bother registering them twice?

The other unknowns didn't show. Also, Olson v3 and Aquarius v3 show up here.

Finally, BoC must be fucking loaded judging by this!

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The Friendly Stranger wrote:Ugh. Why did this thread have to be raped? Finally some interesting news and it turns into a weak fight and a spam contest. Any chance we can delete those posts which fucked things up and get back on topic?

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Potentially awesome news:

New Track?!

Subject to Verification?! And the song number is more recent than anything else in their library.

Also can anyone shed light on this?

This was all lifted from a Canadian Musiic Rights Agency btw.

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I've found out about the Sunshine thing, although I don't understand completely.

1. Dante Smith (Mos Def) and Kayne West collaborated on a song called Sunshine.

2. The song samples a song from the musical Hair (Let The Sunshine In); and interestingly it was on a single as a medley with a song called Aquarius. I've got a feeling the inspiration behind Aquarius may have sprang from there; the wiki article also talks about the song being based on the astrological belief in the age of Aquarius. :wink:

The interesting wiki article here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquarius/Let_the_Sunshine_In

3. So logically, since it said it was a sample, the song (http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=IMOy9SsUQ7U) should contain a BoC sample. But I can't hear one I recognise. Any takes on it? The funny strings sound BoCish, but I can't pick it.


EDIT: ""Please Tell Me Why" "Boards of Canada"" on Google returns THIS very strange result.

To summarise:
Teen Scene Vol. 02

Artist: Various Artists
Released: 2004
Record Label: Norton
Recorded At:


A VERY strange thing for Boards to be on.

And apparently you can listen to previews OF THE SONG! but you need iTunes! :( I'll have to download that right now.

EDIT #2: I got iTunes, and listened. It's not Boards of Canada; it's some band called Boards. I think that copyright may have been a labeling error. If you want to listen to it, make sure you're searching iTunes Plus; it doesn't come up otherwise.

EDIT #3: Definitely an error. The record I linked to is actually Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol. 3, not Vol 2; and it's a band called Boards. It's a 60s garage/psych rock compilation.
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Frank wrote:
The Friendly Stranger wrote:Ugh. Why did this thread have to be raped? Finally some interesting news and it turns into a weak fight and a spam contest. Any chance we can delete those posts which fucked things up and get back on topic?

I've eliminated all the off-topic nonsense and slow chat. Let's just stick to this amazing topic please. This one contains a lot of valuable information; don't spoil it!

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The Friendly Stranger wrote:New Track?!

Subject to Verification?! And the song number is more recent than anything else in their library.

What baffles me is that it states: Publisher(s): EMI VIRGIN MUSIC, LTD

So that one has nothing to do with Warp Records being a publisher :'( So I guess this has to be one of their commercial side steps... EMI is like one of the big four record companies in the world for commercialised music...

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The Friendly Stranger wrote:Blueberry

It's Too Orangey

So could these be the names of the vignettes at the end of twoism and basefree?

Ah ha! That would certainly explain why they were registered at the same time as 1986 Summer Fire:

8766404 1986 Summer Fire
8766405 Blueberry
8766406 It's Too Orangey


8) Very interesting find!
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The Friendly Stranger wrote:New Track?!

Subject to Verification?! And the song number is more recent than anything else in their library.

What baffles me is that it states: Publisher(s): EMI VIRGIN MUSIC, LTD

So that one has nothing to do with Warp Records being a publisher :'( So I guess this has to be one of their commercial side steps... EMI is like one of the big four record companies in the world for commercialised music...


in fact BOC have been published by EMI VIRGIN MUSIC, LTD for the past decade

Thanks for the clarification. Thing is, prior to my statement, I did some research on other boc tracks on that website and there it stated publisher Warp Records instead of EMI.

Example: oscar see through red eye

So I thought there was a difference there... btw, now you are reading this thread, is there anything you are allowed to say about the speculation of these new track titles mentioned in this thread.? I suppose not, but it couldn't hurt to ask you anyway...

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Where did mdg's post go? :P

Did anyone also notice that of all the Twoism tracks, Melissa Juice is the only one credited to Christopher Horne (together with the Sandisons).. That might explain his credit on the original Twoism release. Link.
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The Friendly Stranger wrote:Blueberry

It's Too Orangey

So could these be the names of the vignettes at the end of twoism and basefree?

Ah ha! That would certainly explain why they were registered at the same time as 1986 Summer Fire:

8766404 1986 Summer Fire
8766405 Blueberry
8766406 It's Too Orangey


8) Very interesting find!



They really are! Look again.

"Basefree/It's Too Orangey" & "Twoism/Blueberry" The track times are wrong, at least compared to my files. but these names are linked. No other songs are listed in this way.

Fantastic find.

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BunnyRabbit wrote:They really are! Look again.

"Basefree/It's Too Orangey" & "Twoism/Blueberry" The track times are wrong, at least compared to my files. but these names are linked. No other songs are listed in this way.

Fantastic find.
I know! :wink: Very cool to have names for these wonderful vignettes, it sort of acknowledges their worthiness in their own right. :D

There are some very switched on members here, by the end of the week someone will have probably discovered that the brother's are reptilian aliens. :o
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Guido wrote:Did anyone also notice that of all the Twoism tracks, Melissa Juice is the only one credited to Christopher Horne (together with the Sandisons).. That might explain his credit on the original Twoism release.

Well, that's indeed very interesting.
The same with the other track titles. The times do match but for some seconds.

But it's a shame to publish on EMI since I have my copy-protection-trauma from one of the EMI-records.
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rdy2bz wrote:But it's a shame to publish on EMI since I have my copy-protection-trauma from one of the EMI-records.

Apparently Warp Music publishing is actually done by EMI. So that explains.

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The Friendly Stranger wrote:Potentially awesome news:

New Track?!

Subject to Verification?! And the song number is more recent than anything else in their library.


that's an odd title for a boards of canada song...

the 'it's too orangey' and 'blueberry' discoveries are a great find with twoism being one of my all time favourite BOC release.

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bleak. wrote:that's an odd title for a boards of canada song...


Yea, it seems that's a mistake on the part of CMRRA as discussed further back in the thread:

el-seadragon wrote:"Please Tell Me Why" "Boards of Canada"" on Google returns THIS very strange result.

To summarise:
Quote:

Teen Scene Vol. 02

Artist: Various Artists
Released: 2004
Record Label: Norton
Recorded At:



A VERY strange thing for Boards to be on.

And apparently you can listen to previews OF THE SONG! but you need iTunes! Sad I'll have to download that right now.

EDIT #2: I got iTunes, and listened. It's not Boards of Canada; it's some band called Boards. I think that copyright may have been a labeling error. If you want to listen to it, make sure you're searching iTunes Plus; it doesn't come up otherwise.

EDIT #3: Definitely an error. The record I linked to is actually Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol. 3, not Vol 2; and it's a band called Boards. It's a 60s garage/psych rock compilation.


bleak. wrote:the 'it's too orangey' and 'blueberry' discoveries are a great find with twoism being one of my all time favourite BOC release.


Yea it's pretty cool. So we now know the names of all 3 vignettes on twoism. Reckon it's too presumptuous to add the new track names in itunes?

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bleak. wrote:that's an odd title for a boards of canada song...


Yea, it seems that's a mistake on the part of CMRRA as discussed further back in the thread


ah, misread that! thanks for cleaning that up!

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new lp or not?ha ha

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john fonda wrote:new lp or not?ha ha
i'm putting my bets on 2009

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Fredd-E wrote:
john fonda wrote:new lp or not?ha ha
i'm putting my bets on 2009


Seconded.

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Finally caught up on this thread! Great news about the names of the vignettes! Hopefully more discoveries and news will surface in the near future.

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