Trans Canada Highway. 12" (12" single, 33/45 rpm), Reissued. Boards Of Canada Format: Vinyl. Trans Canada Highway. Following up The Campfire Headphase, an album which made its way onto countless Best of 2005 lists, the enigmatic Boards Of Canada sneak out of the shadows once more with an EP that recalls classics like 'A Beautiful Place In The Country' and 'Hi Scores. Lovelorn clouds of analog melody, shuffle happy drum programming and deep, restless synth tones color the tunes, particularly headtrippers 'Heard From Telegraph Lines' and 'Under The Coke Sign'. Vinyl (November 19, 2013). Number of Discs: 1. Label: Warp Records.
A mini-concept LP, Trans Canada Highway follows the Scottish brothers (who spent time in Canada) as they trek from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Victoria, . in under a half-hour.
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버전 판매. WAP200, none. Trans Canada Highway (12", Promo, W/Lbl). Warp Records, Music70. Trans Canada Highway (6xFile, FLAC, EP). Warp Records. Trans Canada Highway (6xFile, MP3, EP, 320).
Trans-Canada Highway, principal highway of Canada and the world’s longest national road. The road extends west-east between the Pacific and Atlantic coasts across the breadth of the country for 4,860 miles (7,821 km), between Victoria (Vancouver Island, British Columbia) and St. John’s (Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador). Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Trans-Canada Highway. 4 references found in Britannica articles.
Trans Canada Highway (EP). EP by Boards of Canada. 29 May 2006 (2006-05-29). It was released on 29 May 2006 by Warp Records. According to Boards of Canada's official site, the EP was originally scheduled for release on 6 June 2006. That date being written numerically as 6/6/06, harking back to their use of the number 666 on the album Geogaddi. The original retail vinyl release of the EP was pressed on white vinyl, while re-issues were pressed on black.
|2||Left Side Drive||5:20|
|3||Heard From Telegraph Lines||1:09|
|5||Under The Coke Sign||1:31|
|6||Dayvan Cowboy (Odd Nosdam Remix)
Producer – D. Philip Madson*Remix – Odd NosdamStrings – Dee KeslerTape – Antonio Diaz
|WAP200||Boards Of Canada||Trans Canada Highway (12", EP, Whi)||Warp Records, Music70||WAP200||UK||2006|
|WAP200R||Boards Of Canada||Trans Canada Highway (12", EP, RE, 140)||Warp Records, Music70||WAP200R||UK||2013|
|WAP200, none||Boards Of Canada||Trans Canada Highway (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Warp Records, Music70||WAP200, none||UK||2006|
|BRC-152LTD||Boards Of Canada||Trans Canada Highway (CD, EP, Enh, Car)||Beat Records||BRC-152LTD||Japan||2006|
|WAP200CD||Boards Of Canada||Trans Canada Highway (6xFile, FLAC, EP)||Warp Records||WAP200CD||UK||2006|