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Broadcast - The Future Crayon mp3

MP3 1908 mb. | FLAC 1987 mb. | WMA 2797 mb.

Performer: Broadcast
Title: The Future Crayon
Country: UK
Released: 21 Aug 2006
Style: Leftfield, Abstract, Downtempo, Synth-pop, Experimental
Category: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.4
Catalog #: WARPLP146
Label: Warp Records


1Distant Call
2Belly Dance
4A Man For Atlantis
5Test Area
6Hammer Without A Master
7Still Feels Like Tears
8Daves Dream
9Small Song IV
10Chord Simple
11Violent Playground
13Minus Two
15Unchanging Window / Chord Simple
16Poem Of Dead Song
17One Hour Empire
18Where Youth And Laughter Go


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WARPCD 146, WARPCD146Broadcast The Future Crayon ‎(CD, Comp)Warp Records, Warp RecordsWARPCD 146, WARPCD146UK2006
WARPCD 146PBroadcast The Future Crayon ‎(CD, Comp, Promo)Warp RecordsWARPCD 146PUK2006
WARPCD 146, WARPCD146Broadcast The Future Crayon ‎(CD, Comp)Warp Records, Warp RecordsWARPCD 146, WARPCD146US2006
WARPLP 146RBroadcast The Future Crayon ‎(2xLP, Comp, RP)Warp RecordsWARPLP 146RUK2015
WARPCD 146, BRWP-146Broadcast The Future Crayon ‎(CD, Comp)Warp Records, Beat RecordsWARPCD 146, BRWP-146Japan2006


  • ArtworkBroadcast, House
  • ManagementMartin Pike


A4/C1/D4 originally released on Extended Play, 2000 (WAP129CD)
A1/B1/C4/D1 originally released on Extended Play Two 2000 (WAP141)
A2/A3/A5/D2/D3 originally released on Pendulum EP, 2003 (WAP162CD)
A6 originally released as B side to Come on Let's Go 7"single, 2000 (7WAP132)
B2 originally released on Wap100 We Are Reasonable People 1998 (WAP100CD)
B3/B4 originally released on Come On Let's Go 2000 (WAP132CD)
C2 originally released on All Tomorrow's Parties 2001 (ATPR CD1)
C3 originally released on Echo's Answer 1999 (WAP125CD)


  • Barcode: 801061014612
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Stamped): 63072 1A WARPLP 146
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Stamped): 63072 1B WARPLP 146
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout, Stamped): 63072 1C WARPLP 146
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout, Stamped): 63072 1D WARPLP 146


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warp Records Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 63072


The Future Crayon is a rarities and B-sides compilation by British indie electronic band Broadcast, released on 21 August 2006 by Warp. It collects all the tracks released on singles, EPs and compilations from 1999 to 2003, with the exception of Drums on Fire from Extended Play Two. The Future Crayon - Broadcast. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2006 20 Songs. The Future Crayon. Rock 2006. free to Broadcast The Future Crayon Illumination, Still Feels Like Tears and more. 18 tracks 69:28. Warp Records от лица компании Warp Records BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. That's not just to say that their sound is inventive, or their production alluring, or any of that other brainy stuff, true as it may be. Since their terrific first EPs, collected on Work and Non-Work 1997, Broadcast have had more turtlenecked Euro beatnik chic than you'd expect from a band that's actually English: jazz swing, an elegant Françoise Hardy singer, Godard-film sleekness, cosmopolitan intrigue. Their influences were psychedelic without the usual rock hanging around after it, and yet they seemed somehow more in line with the kind of leftfield electronic music they never actually made. Released 2006. The Future Crayon Tracklist. Future Crayon. Broadcast Format: Audio CD. Please retry. New from. Used from. MP3 Music, August 21, 2006. So be it: Broadcast's The Future Crayon , while it doesn't hold together as an album, per se, still has moments of heartstopping beauty. For instance, the haunting Illumination is like a a break-up in gorgeous slow motion, while Where Youth and Laughter Go feels like the soundtrack to a 60s Antonioni film. The spare Distant Call relies, initially, on Keegan's voice until it gives way to a lovely tonal melody in its second half. Elsewhere, the sweet and romantic Locusts also rubs elbows with a long, dissociated outro