Global Communication ‎– 76:14

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Dedicated ‎– DEDLP 014
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 4:02
A2 14:31
B1 9:25
B2 9:39
C1 7:39
C2 8:07
C3 5:23
D1 0:54
D2 4:14
D3 12:18

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Repressed in 1998 with same catalogue number.
Track title names equal the length of the respective track in minutes and seconds.

Other Versions (5 of 25) 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
DED 14 Global Communication 76:14(Cass, Album, Promo) Dedicated DED 14 US 1994 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

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Eds72

Eds72

October 12, 2016
14:31 A beautifully crafted, inspiring masterpiece of music. This track is the reason I'll always hold on to this vinyl. Sounds just as good everytime i hear it !
cthulhu303

cthulhu303

September 3, 2014
8:07 into 5:23 is the soundtrack to a sweet one-night-stand. The fling is never going to work, it will be over in the morning, but all you can focus on is the moment. The fact it will not last makes it even more cherishable, as well as nostalgic (oh! yes, there are tons of nostalgia on display) and intense. And when you think it is time to part, the music decides you are on for round two -- the final embrace.
Tangerine Dream knew what they were doing, when they composed Love On A Real Train for Risky Business (although inspired by Reich, it is far from a cover). Global Communications perfected it by stretching the three-minute track into a legendary thirteen-minute novel. Immortal.
tedhanson

tedhanson

December 18, 2010
i just want to say that i bought this right when it came out - new - and it only came with one record! i didnt know this was supposed to be a double vinyl til i checked it on discogs. did this happen to anyone else? I wonder if dedicated would send me a replacement... :)
blim

blim

February 2, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Not dated so well, I fear. I know it's been re-released to keep down the crazy prices on ebay, and "14:31" is one of the all-time great ambient tracks, but there's a bit too much flab and not enough real meat on this, 12 years on.