Global Communication ‎– 76:14

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76:14 Remastered
1-1 Global Communication 4:02 4:02
1-2 Global Communication 14:31 14:31
1-3 Global Communication 9:25 9:25
1-4 Global Communication 9:39 9:39
1-5 Global Communication 7:39 7:39
1-6 Global Communication 0:54 0:54
1-7 Global Communication 8:07 8:07
1-8 Global Communication 5:23 5:23
1-9 Global Communication 4:14 4:14
1-10 Global Communication 12:18 12:18
Singles And Bonus Tracks
2-1 Global Communication The Groove (Instrumental) 8:10
2-2 Global Communication The Way (Secret Ingredients Remix)
Remix – Secret Ingredients
11:51
2-3 Global Communication The Deep 11:10
2-4 Reload The Biosphere (Global Communication Remix)
Remix – Global Communication
9:05
2-5 Global Communication Incidental Harmony 8:33
2-6 Global Communication Sublime Creation 11:50
2-7 Sensorama Aspirin (Global Communication Remix)
Remix – Global Communication
12:57

Credits

Notes

Originally released in 1994. Packaged in 'Super Jewel Box' with cardboard slipcase.

Track 1-2 originally released as "Ob-Selon Mi-Nos (Repainted by Global Communication)" on the Cyberdon EP by "Mystic Institute" That version is approx 37 seconds longer, having a slow fade-in at the beginning and slightly longer fade out at the end.

Track 1-5 is also known as "7:39 (Mark's Birthday Re-Take)" though if "Re-Take" means "Remix" an "Original Version" has never been released.

Tracks 1-7 and 1-8 are also known as "Maiden Voyage I and II" respectively as per the "Maiden Voyage" EP. The "Maiden Voyage (Original 8:07>5:23 Edit)" on that release being the same track as "5:23" except that it starts with a fade-in from the last 30 seconds of "8:07" playing into "5:23" eliminating the the hard bass/beat start it has on the album when played individually.

Remix titles on CD2 do not appear on release. Track 2-7 is titled "Sensorama" and no main artist beyond Global Communication in tracklist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5050441401428
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): deluxe DQFDD014/1 01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): deluxe DQFDD014/2 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 - Var. 1 & 2): IFPI L135
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2 - Var. 1 & 2): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Var.1 - Outer Ring): IFPI 04AP
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Var.1 - Inner Ring): IFPI 0439
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 - Var.1): IFPI 0462
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Var.2): IFPI 0459
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 - Var.2): IFPI 0463
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 6448

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DEDCD 014 Global Communication 76:14(CD, Album) Dedicated DEDCD 014 UK 1994 Sell This Version
61702-44014-2, DEDCD 014 Global Communication 76:14(CD, Album, RP) Dedicated, Dedicated 61702-44014-2, DEDCD 014 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
DQFDV014 Global Communication 76:14(2xLP, Album, RM) Discotheque (2) DQFDV014 UK 2005 Sell This Version
SHINECD015 Global Communication 76:14 + Maiden Voyage(CD, Album + CD, Maxi) Summershine SHINECD015 Australia 1995 Sell This Version
DEDMC 014 Global Communication 76:14(Cass, Album) Dedicated DEDMC 014 Germany 1994 Sell This Version

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jedi4q2

jedi4q2

July 17, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

This is by far my favorite album of all time. When originally released, it may have been lost in the heyday of ambient albums, but it truly stands the test of time. This version, remastered by Mark Pritchard, sounds amazing; samples that were buried before emerge like hidden gems, and the warmth of the vinyl version finally comes through to be archived for future generations of chillers. Absolutely essential.
Risingson

Risingson

July 13, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Milestone in ambient music, yes. Perfect timing in every sound. Perfect echoing melodies. Pure soul in it that makes it timeless. It's not Brian Eno: it's futuristic, electronic, alive, gathering every influence from the ambient music before in a sinergistic manner. And not in the same league as "The Orb", but those like Jonah Sharpe (in his first days), Irresistible Force or Biosphere, but lighter, brighter and much more beautiful than those.
JonnieDarko

JonnieDarko

May 1, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Another landmark in the Ambient era of 1993.This album simply is stunning. Nocturnal listening of the highest order with angelic soothing pads,ticking clocks,mutterings of different languages etc. The album opens like Close encounters' Opening credits,eerie,dissonant chords,heralding one of many nameless tracks(all tracks titled by their running times...GENIUS)Allowing the listener to make his/her own envisions of a truly better place 'No Matter where you are!'...A truly beautiful Aural painting..PRICELESS!
Gecks

Gecks

March 28, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Milestone in ambient music? Sign me up! Except...no, it's crap. Don't get me wrong, I love my ambience, but this is almost completely devoid of quality. The only good track is the Orbital-style 9:25 which, by the way, is not ambient in the slightest. The rest of it seems to isolate the most annoying things about Eno (dated synth pads, overly crisp production), and ditch all the good stuff (interesting melodies, emotion). I read somewhere that 14:31 is regarded as one of the greatest, most original ambient tunes. Didn't Aphex Twin do almost the exact same track a few months previous on SAW II, complete with metronome/clock ticking? Now there's a quality ambient album, despite it's random noise interludes.

I can only assume that people who like this haven't heard the true pioneers of the genre - Eno, Stars Of The Lid, Aphex, and so forth. The sounds in 76:14 convey no emotion to keep you occupied when you are awake, and the percussive tracks make it impossible to sleep to. Pish.

Oh and it has a bonus disc full of what I imagine the chillout room sounds like at club hell. Boring.