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Boris  - Boris At Last -Feedbacker album flac Performer: Boris
Title: Boris At Last -Feedbacker-
Style: Drone, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 2004
Country: Japan
MP3 album: 1735 mb
FLAC album: 1860 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: TTA MMF ASF MIDI AA MPC AC3
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Boris at Last -Feedbacker- (or simply called Feedbacker) is the sixth album by the Japanese experimental music band Boris. The album, a single 43-minute track, incorporates many different rock elements and because of it has become a song that the band frequently revisits on tour. On 13 September 2009, as a special set for the Flaming Lips-curated day of All Tomorrow's Parties New York 2009 in Monticello, Boris performed the album in its entirety.

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Boris at Last -Feedbacker- (or simply called Feedbacker) is the sixth album by the Japanese experimental music band Boris. Much like their debut album Absolutego or Flood, Feedbacker consists of a single track which has been split into five parts on the disc. There is also an official DVD released on 2005 and limited to 500 which was released by Diwphalanx Records. Written and released after the drone doom-meets-shoegaze one song album Flood and the stoner rock-based, song-centric, uptempo flavour of Heavy Rocks, feedbacker sought to unite the two sides of the same band in one song. Liberal use of the Roland Space Echo pervades the album, not only on guitars but also Atsuo's snare drum throughout.

Boris at Last: Feedbacker is one of the most experimental pieces of the japanese noise rock/drone band in their entire discography. Feedbacker consists of five untitled tracks, each one of them blending a different genre under their belt. This albums ranges from drone, to psychedelic rock, noise rock and harsh noise wall. Boris at Last -Feedbacker-" Track Info. Release Date December 25, 2003. Boris at Last -Feedbacker- Boris. 1.

The obi strip shows "feedbacker" as a singular song with a total playtime of 43:49. However, the CD itself is split up into five unnamed tracks that comprise the whole. Matrix, Runout: TGCS-1978 1. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L275. Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 453C.

On Feedbacker, Boris present probably the most aptly title song-album ever, with a 44 minute noise rock drone monster. The song is typical Boris fare, which is a good thing: the song slithers in as some soft noise overlaid with heavy, droning guitars, playing a very sexy, but slow as shit, rif. more like a few chords than a riff

After all, Boris is Boris, forever and always. And no record better supports that than their much heralded Boris at Last-Feedbacker. Feedbacker is an aberrant piece of music to say the least. It’s easy to brush it off as a fuzzed out indulgent drone bonanza, as initial feelings are conducive to that. However, the album is a multi-faceted one, filled with intensity, thoughtful musicianship, and that oh-so wonderful Boris sound. The album is actually one long for composition, consisting of nearly 45 minutes of music split into five separate parts. Each part is depicted as ‘Untitled,’ furthering the feeling that they aren’t meant to stand as single songs, but rather, pieces of a larger, grander whole. Within it lays stylistic shifts ranging from drone to metal, all whilst seeming incredibly natural.

Boris At Last -Feedbacker- is a 2003 album by Japan stoner/drone metal trio Boris. This features one massive 44-minute track but divided in five so listeners will know where they are while listening. Feedbacker 1 (9:38) 2. Feedbacker 2 (14:54) 3. Feedbacker 3 (5:52) 4. Feedbacker 4 (9:52) 5. Feedbacker 5 (3:32). Atsuo-drums, vocals Takeshi-vocals, bass, guitar Wata-guitar, effects. Produced by Boris Recorded, mixed & mastered by Souichirou Nakamura.


A Untitled
B Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Fangs Anal Satan
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Disk Union
  • Distributed By – Disk Union
  • Recorded At – Peace Music
  • Mixed At – Peace Music
  • Mastered At – Peace Music


  • A&R – Toshihiko Hironaka
  • Design – Fangs Anal Satan*
  • Drums, Vocals – Atsuo
  • Guitar, Effects [Echo] – Wata
  • Photography By – Eri Shibata
  • Producer – Boris
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Souichirou Nakamura
  • Vocals, Bass, Guitar – Takeshi


Recorded at Peace Music from July to October 2003.
Different edit than the CD version.
Both sides end in locked grooves.
Includes a poster with the CD cover image.
Limited to 500.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988044411111
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): PXLP-111A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): PXLP-111B-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PX-111 Boris Boris At Last -Feedbacker- ‎(CD, Album) Diwphalanx Records PX-111 Japan 2003
PX-111 Boris Boris At Last -Feedbacker- ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Diwphalanx Records PX-111 Japan 2003
core081 Boris Boris At Last -Feedbacker- ‎(LP, Album, RE) Conspiracy Records core081 Belgium 2009
core081 Boris Boris At Last -Feedbacker- ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red) Conspiracy Records core081 Belgium 2009
core024 Boris Boris At Last -Feedbacker- ‎(CD, Album, RE) Conspiracy Records core024 Belgium 2005