Global Electronic Network Featuring 4E ‎– Electronic Desert

Mille Plateaux ‎– MP CD 14
CD, Album


1 Untitled 8:52
2 Untitled 7:19
3 Untitled 7:37
4 Untitled 1:22
5 Untitled 7:03
6 Untitled 3:00
7 Untitled 9:48
8 Untitled 8:26
9 Untitled 11:28
10 Untitled 7:44

Companies, etc.



Released in a Digipak.

[From sleeve:]
Recorded At The Global Electronic Network Audiolab New York City
Published By Three-O-Three Music / Sony Music Publ.

Samples Stolen From
Eimert - Einführung In Die Elektronische Musik
Charles Dodge - Changes
Quartersines/Mudgett - Monologues By A Mass Murderer
Mario Davidovsky - Synchronisms No.5
Respect To These People!

Recorded With
Califone Recordplayer
Casio RZ 1 Drumcomputer
Digitech GSPS Guitar Effect Generator
E-MU System Emulator II Sampling Keyboard
JVC 4Channel Music Centeramp
Korg Monopoly Synth
Mackie Designs CR 1604 Mixing Desk
Pyramid 4080 Monitorspeakers
MXR Phase 100 Phaser
Roland DG Compuphonic
Roland SBX10 Sync-Box
Roland TB303 Bassline
Roland TR808 Drumcomputer
Roland TR909 Drumcomputer
Sony - My First Sony Walkman
Sony TDC3 DAT Walkman
Sony MDR-V600 Headphones

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 718750 066428
  • Barcode: 0718750066428
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6001
  • Matrix / Runout: BOD EFA 00664
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L357
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 5201

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August 11, 2017
From 1995 and still sounds futuristic in 2017. For me the best output by Khan and Walker. Trippy slow rythmes, dissonant synths, occasional 303 line and some really clever samples. The opening track and complete side C are my favs, the latter being mostly abstract "ambient". Pitty they don't make this kind of music anymore. Mid 90s were the best for sure! Recommended "sister-albums": Air Liquide *Nephology* and *Low on Ice* by Alec Empire.