Live @ Warp10

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Live @ Warp10
Live album by Boards of Canada
Released November 5, 1999
Recorded Z Rooms at the Old Truman Brewery in London
Genre IDM
Length 44:07
Label Audience recording
Producer Michael Sandison and Marcus Eoin
Boards of Canada chronology
Roygbiv/Telephasic Workshop 10"
Live @ Warp10
Peel Session TX 21 July 1998

Live @ Warp10 is a collection of songs recorded during the performance of Boards of Canada at the Warp Records 10th anniversary party.[1] The performance took place at the Old Truman Brewery in London, England.[1] The entire WARP 10th birthday Live performances were all broadcast live on the internet by Gaia Live (gaialive) and produced on location by Tim Read (Timothy Paul Read). Gaia Live (the first internet radio station - and original ) was resident at the Brewery and it was for this reason that WARP chose to hold the 10th anniversary celebrations there, since after communication between Steve (Warp) and Tim (Gaia) it was decided that Warp would benefit from the new audience, the location and most of all the association. It was also recorded by a member of the audience, then released by way of peer-to-peer networks.

The collection is notable in that it features two never-before-heard songs; the names of the tracks are still unknown. As a result of its recording process, the collection is not endorsed by Boards of Canada. Also, the track "The Color of the Fire" is not the same heard on Music Has the Right to Children, it is an entirely different track. It was mislabeled when the MP3's were released and has not been changed since.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Zoetrope" – 5:11
  2. "Happy Cycling" – 7:27
  3. "Alpha And Omega" – 1:14
  4. "Telephasic Workshop + The Smallest Weird Number" – 8:10
  5. "Aquarius" – 7:43
  6. Unknown – 2:55
  7. Unknown – 11:27


Boards of Canada[edit]

  • Michael Sandison – performer
  • Marcus Eoin – performer


  • Michael Sandison – producer
  • Marcus Eoin – producer

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Live @ Warp10". Boards of Canada discography. Retrieved 2007-01-31. 

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