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The Campfire Headphase is the third studio album by Boards of Canada. It was released by Warp Records in October 2005. The album took the duo three years to make.

This album featured the addition of heavily treated acoustic guitars and the use of more conventional song structures.

“We usually imagine our music to have a visual element while we're writing it, so we were picturing this character losing his mind at the campfire and compressing weeks of events into… read more



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  • <3
  • I used to listen to this album while running in Summer. It is my fav BoC album and one of favourites ever
  • I feel like this was reviewed too harshly because it's their most accessible. It contains their most beautiful ambient tracks in my opinion! (See: Constants Are Changing, Tears From the Compound Eye, Farewell Fire)
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  • their best
  • The only BoC album that has grew on me. I've never understood all the praising that MHTRTC has got, I'd prefer this anytime.
  • I fully understand the concept of this album is so sad and beautiful................
  • No doubt, their best!!!!!!!!!!!! :´) best album ever!!!!!!!!! haters gonna hate
  • The most emotional BOC album for me.
  • This is not their worst work. Technically speaking, they don't actually have a worst work, it all sounds great. Campfire slumps down and misses in a few areas, but for the most part it's a fantastic album, very well produced and beautiful. Their most accessible work too, the organic instruments make this an easy album to get into, and an altogether easy gateway album for anyone new to Boards of Canada.

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