Geogaddi is the second album released by Boards of Canada, presenting a darker sound than its predecessor filled with references to numerology, Branch Davidianism and the Bible. Backmasking was also used in the album, leading to accusations of subliminal messaging. The album was well received as a “very accomplished album packed with great music,” cementing their status as “an individual voice in electronic music.” Michael Sandison has described the album as "a record for some sort of trial-by-fire, a claustrophobic, twisting journey that takes you into some pretty dark experiences before you reach the open air again. It has a kind of narrative." Read more on Last.fm.
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