Twoism

Performers BOARDS OF CANADA

November 19, 2013 | Compact Disc

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Initially limited to 100 copies on Boards of Canada's own Music70 label, 1995's Twoism EP set a high standard for future BoC output -- though only the few willing to pay silly money for it were able to hear for themselves until Warp quietly reissued it on CD at the tail end of 2002. For those trying to compare it to the full-length debut (Music Has the Right to Children), it holds up surprisingly well (granted, two tracks here were only slightly reworked for later release). Excepting only the rigid drum monster "Basefree" (which sounds a bit like Aphex Twin circa 1992), Twoism features the same exquisitely spooky, textured emotronica that fans will want to hear, all at as high a level as the brilliant Music Has the Right to Children to boot. [An LP version was released in 2013.] ~ John Bush

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 19, 2013

Number of Discs: 1

UPC: 801061807016

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Twoism

Performers BOARDS OF CANADA

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 19, 2013

Number of Discs: 1

UPC: 801061807016


Title Track Time
1.Sixtyniner --
2.Oirectine --
3.Iced Cooly --
4.Basefree --
5.TWOISM --
6.Seeya Later --
7.Melissa Juice --
8.Smokes Quantity --

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Initially limited to 100 copies on Boards of Canada's own Music70 label, 1995's Twoism EP set a high standard for future BoC output -- though only the few willing to pay silly money for it were able to hear for themselves until Warp quietly reissued it on CD at the tail end of 2002. For those trying to compare it to the full-length debut (Music Has the Right to Children), it holds up surprisingly well (granted, two tracks here were only slightly reworked for later release). Excepting only the rigid drum monster "Basefree" (which sounds a bit like Aphex Twin circa 1992), Twoism features the same exquisitely spooky, textured emotronica that fans will want to hear, all at as high a level as the brilliant Music Has the Right to Children to boot. [An LP version was released in 2013.] ~ John Bush
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