BT ‎– Emotional Technology

Nettwerk America ‎– 0 6700 30344 2 5
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1 The Meeting Of A Hundred Yang 0:44
2 Knowledge Of Self
Featuring – Guru
3 Superfabulous
Featuring – Rose McGowan, Scott McCloud
4 Somnambulist
Featuring – JC Chasez
5 The Force Of Gravity
Featuring – JC Chasez
6 Dark Heart Dawning 7:08
7 The Great Escape
Featuring – Caroline Lavelle, Richard Fortes
8 P A R I S
Co-producer – Jody Wisternoff
9 Circles 4:43
10 The Last Moment Of Clarity
Co-producer – Bill HamelFeaturing – Karina
11 Communicate
Co-producer – BlackwatchFeaturing – Jan Johnston
12 Animals 7:25
13 The Only Constant Is Change 6:16

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  • Matrix / Runout: MASTERED BY EMI MFG.
  • Matrix / Runout: 067003034425
  • Matrix / Runout: 1-1-1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1682
  • Barcode: 0 6700-30344-2 5

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0 6700 30344 2 5 BT Emotional Technology(CD, Album) Nettwerk 0 6700 30344 2 5 Canada 2003 Sell This Version
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AVTCD-95728 BT Emotional Technology(CD, Album + CD, Maxi) Avex Trax, Red Beat AVTCD-95728 Thailand 2003 Sell This Version
0 6700 32089 2 5 BT Emotional Technology Sampler(CD, EP, Promo, Smplr, Car) Nettwerk America 0 6700 32089 2 5 US 2003 Sell This Version
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June 27, 2014
I thought this album was AMAZING! I haven't heard a lot of his previous stuff, so I may not be as *well-versed* in BT's music as some of the other reviewers, but I loved this album.

A friend gave me a copy a number of years ago and after the first listen I absolutely fell in love with it and I played the sh*t out of it. It's remained one of my favorites for YEARS.

In fact, whenever people ask about the ten albums you'd take if you were stuck on a desert island, Emotional Technology is always in the top 5.

So, I say, keep an open mind and give this album a listen. You may find yourself pleasantly surprised.


July 28, 2011
Ok, I'll agree with 98% of the world - the album is very, very forgettable.

However, I think we all owe him forgiveness, simply because this wasn't supposed to be how it was. For those that don't know, BT's studio was robbed over Christmas 2002, and he lost everything. All recordings, gear, etc. - including all the recorded material (including collaborations with Sarah McLachlan, Peter Gabiel, Way Out West and others I think) that this album was SUPPOSED To be comprised of.

So in a nutshell, this album was rushed, and his heart wasn't in it as much as the others.

To top this off, he unfortunately didn't learn his lesson about backing up his work - as it apparently happened again to him in 2007!


March 6, 2011
I bought this on the day of its release, and took it back straight after listening to it, on the day if its release. It sounded like 13 tracks of something a producer like BT would probably find on some long forgotten hard drive he threw into the back of his studio after a bad night in the studio. Never touched BT again.


November 15, 2010
This album isn't as bad as some might think... the 2007 re-release at least. It starts off well, but it then it goes really poppy, really bad and boring. Poor album, ignore this


November 30, 2008

The first time I actually seen BT's photo. I never knew his hair was em so uhhmm ye, having said that this album is em so uhhmm ye really bad. seems everyone made crap like this in 2000-2004 alah Oakenfold. Only track I actually would even dare save from this mess would be The Force Of Gravity (Dylan Rhymes Push Up Mix) and its pretty mediocre at best. BT PLEASE never ever make this rubbish again and please don’t dye your hair like that it doesn’t suit you, like this music doesn’t suit you.


June 6, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I found this album to be shockingly bad. A complete departure from deep, epic sounds of old, preferring to make (dare I say) over-produced, easily consumable pop-rock-electronic crossover music that I'm sure will get plenty of playback in malls and hair-product stores for years to come. The commercial nature of this album is clearly evident by the choice of guest vocalists. Forever I will wonder what the 'stolen album' sounded like. Surely not as bad as this...


August 23, 2003

Yet again BT delivers one heck of an album! Like IMA, ESCM and MISL he somehow manages to awake my deepest emotions. Some might say that he's too alternative, but he's just a man with a purpose in life; to bring the people stimulating music. To harness the variety of genres represented on this album takes none other than a genius - and that's exactly what he is!