The vinyl version tracklist feels really weird. The first half is 30 minutes of average length tracks, then the last 40 minutes of music are crammed onto 4 tracks at the end. It makes the pacing feel really weird that they're not spaced out more. And the Extended Psuedo-Bread is a little unnecessary.
Only 3 of the tracks are cut short. Farewell by about 2 minutes, Psedo Bread by 6, and My Machine by 9. Out of those, only the My Machine cut is really a big deal. The extra noise on Pseudo Bread is completely pointless and filler. Maybe they release the vinyl version on CD too, but until then it's not really THAT big a deal.
it'd be a hard choice between this and Heavy Rocks. maybe HR is more consistent but the ending of this one is just.... BWO))))))))))OWOWOWWWW)))))))))))) and stuff, you know? especially the vinyl version!
Has anyone noticed that this album is in a way a tribute to Nick Drake?
Pink Moon has 11 songs, Pink has 11, too. Besides, the intro to "Horn" and "Farewell" are pretty fucking similar, and Boris have made (even clearer) references to Nick Drake in the past - the cover of Akuma no Uta, for example.
Pretty fucking awesome, as both of them are easily my favourite artists atm. :)
I said this on the image shouts, but I shall say it again: As much as I like having original covers, last.fm wants the most recognized one, which I argue is this one. Look up "Boris Pink" on Google images and this one appears WAY more times than the original cover. It had a larger print run, and it is also the cover for the edition in which the release date on the album page is. So by last.fm standards, this should be the cover. (Plus it looks cooler in my opinion, haha).