• Record Label: Warp
  • Release Date: Feb 19, 2002
Metascore
84

Universal acclaim - based on 21 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 21
  2. Negative: 0 out of 21
  1. Geogaddi is marvelously vague, as unconcerned with the real world as gangsta rap is obsessed with it. It's also a lovely, strangely comforting collection of electronic introspection, mood and shadow.
  2. The Wire
    60
    Of the 23 tracks, only four truly stand out. [#218, p.58]
User Score
9.0

Universal acclaim- based on 57 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 18
  2. Negative: 1 out of 18
  1. [Anonymous]
    Sep 9, 2006
    10
    A great follow-up to 1998's "Music Has The Right To Children", this one has some truly outstanding songs. "Over The Horizon Radar" might A great follow-up to 1998's "Music Has The Right To Children", this one has some truly outstanding songs. "Over The Horizon Radar" might just be the best Boards of Canada song ever written. Full Review »
  2. Aug 29, 2017
    9
    Structurally, Geogaddi isn't a far cry from Music Has the Right to Children. Thematically, the albums are polar opposites. The familiar, warmStructurally, Geogaddi isn't a far cry from Music Has the Right to Children. Thematically, the albums are polar opposites. The familiar, warm synth riffs introduced by MHTRTC have been replaced by cold, droning soundscapes and the recurring references to mathematics and the occult solidify it as one of the duo's creepier releases. Full Review »
  3. Jan 2, 2017
    10
    Boards of Canada return with their reel to reel noise with full force and smack us with subliminal messaging just a bit harder too as thisBoards of Canada return with their reel to reel noise with full force and smack us with subliminal messaging just a bit harder too as this eerie, unsettling masterpiece unfolds over the 66 minutes of pure lo-fi wonder Full Review »