Broadly speaking Boards Of Canada are an electronica act who don't really sound like anybody else before them (the occasional BBC Radiophonic influence aside) but their primary gift is the ability to trigger childhood memories in the listener. The experience is by turns comforting and haunting. Following the recent reissue of the rare 'Twoism' mini-album, comes the long player that first enraptured so many. 'Music Has The Right To Children' is like a statement of intent as if the mind control suggested by the album title is actually real. Perhaps it is. The distorted child's voice uttering "I love you" repeatedly on 'The Color Of The Fire' induces fear, the melodies of 'Roygbiv' and 'Aquarius' seem familiar yet their origins cannot be placed. The music cries out for a film to accompany it but that would possibly cheapen the power of it; for the pictures in the mind are ultimately more beguiling.