BoC at their prettiest, this is an amazing ambient album. Not as immediatly classic as 'Music', and not as experimental as 'Geogaddi', this album is the easiest to love and for good reason. Dayvan Cowboy is a definite recommend for those interested in listening to this.
With The Campfire Headphase Boards of Canada move away from their more beat oriented sound and start playing around with more atmospheric keyboard effects. The soothing beats that were once found on Music Had the Right to Children have vanished, but that's not exactly a bad thing. The overall sound of the album hints towards ambient electronica yet the music isn't as dark or bleak as it was on previous releases. Soothing soundscapes, subtle guitar hooks, and mellow keyboard tones make up The Campfire Headphase, while it's a huge change from the duos earlier sound it's still a natural and positive evolution.