Jean-Michel Jarre ‎– Electronica 1 - The Time Machine

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1 JMJ* & Boys Noize The Time Machine
Written-By – Alexander Ridha, Jean-Michel Jarre
3:54
2 JMJ* & M83 Glory
Written-By – Anthony Gonzalez, Jean-Michel Jarre
3:56
3 JMJ* & AIR Close Your Eyes
Mixed By – Jean-Michel JarreWritten-By – Jean-Benoît Dunckel, Jean-Michel Jarre, Nicolas Godin
6:24
4 JMJ* & Vince Clarke Automatic (Part 1)
Written-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Vince Clarke
3:06
5 JMJ* & Vince Clarke Automatic (Part 2)
Written-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Vince Clarke
2:58
6 JMJ* & Little Boots If..!
Written-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Victoria Hesketh
2:57
7 JMJ* & Fuck Buttons Immortals
Written-By – Andrew Hung, Benjamin Power*, Jean-Michel Jarre
4:30
8 JMJ* & Moby Suns Have Gone
Written-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Richard Melville Hall*
5:46
9 JMJ* & Gesaffelstein Conquistador
Written-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Mike Levy (3)
3:09
10 JMJ* & Pete Townshend Travelator (Part 2)
Backing Vocals – Simon TownshendEngineer – Myles ClarkeVocals, Guitar – Pete TownshendWritten-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Pete Townshend
3:10
11 JMJ* & Tangerine Dream Zero Gravity
Written-By – Edgar Froese, Jean-Michel Jarre
6:46
12 JMJ* & Laurie Anderson Rely On Me
Lyrics By – Jean-Michel Jarre, Laurie AndersonMusic By – Jean-Michel Jarre
2:54
13 JMJ* & Armin van Buuren Stardust
Written-By – Armin van Buuren, Jean-Michel Jarre
4:37
14 JM Jarre* & 3D (Massive Attack)* Watching You
Engineer [Engineering], Programmed By [Programming], Recorded By [Recording] – Euan Dickinson, Robert Del NajaWritten-By – Euan Dickinson, Jean-Michel Jarre, Robert Del Naja
4:09
15 JMJ* & John Carpenter A Question Of Blood
Recorded By [Additional Recording], Mixed By [Mixing] – Daniel Davies, John CarpenterWritten-By – Jean-Michel Jarre, John Carpenter
2:58
16 JMJ* & Lang Lang The Train & The River
Piano – Lang LangWritten-By – Jean-Michel Jarre
7:13

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This release comes in digipak packaging, that can be combined with Part 2, to form a double release.

This album is dedicated to Edgar Froese, a grand figure of Electronic Music.

© & ℗ 2015 Music Affair Entertainment Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH.
Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH.
Made in the E.U.
Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH, PO Box 510, 33311 Gütersloh, Germany.

Artist name of Jean Michel Jarre for the tracks is presented as JMJ on the back cover (except track 14) and JM Jarre on the sleeve.

Some durations are incorrectly presented on the release:
2. 4:12
3. 6:15
5. 3:03
6. 3:13
7. 4:24
8. 5:55
11. 7:12

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 88751 23472 7
  • Barcode (String): 888751234727
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony DADC A0102567290-0101 15 A04
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, 3, 4): Sony DADC A0102567290-0101 15 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5, 7, 8): Sony DADC A0102567290-0101 15 A01
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): Sony DADC A0102567290-0101 15 A03
  • Mastering SID Code (All Variants): IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1, 8): IFPI 944T
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 942Q
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3, 5): IFPI 94Z6
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4, 5): IFPI 94Y7
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 6): IFPI 94W6
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 7): IFPI 94U8
  • Label Code: LC 00162
  • Rights Society: BIEM GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
88843018982 Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica 1 - The Time Machine(CD, Album) Aero Productions, Columbia, Sony Music 88843018982 Brazil 2015 Sell This Version
88875108362 Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica Fan Box(Box, Album, Ltd + CD, Album + 2xLP, Album) Columbia 88875108362 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
none Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica 1 - The Time Machine(17xFile, FLAC, Album, 24b) Music Affair Entertainment Ltd. none 2015
88843018982 Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica 1 - The Time Machine(CD, Album, Jew) Aero Productions, Columbia, Sony Music 88843018982 Australia 2015 Sell This Version
none Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica 1 - The Time Machine(CDr, Album, Ltd, Num, Promo) Columbia, Sony Music none France 2015 Sell This Version

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holwas

holwas

October 19, 2018

Very, very, very disappointing....Not much you can and should say about this album. Jarre has become more of a follower than a searcher...
synthsaint

synthsaint

January 22, 2018
Horrible. Kitschy almost all along. There's no a single newby, nothing interesting solution, nor, a single good sound. Disappointing as during the last decade. IMHO the best track is that with Tangerine D. and interestingly with P Townshend. Jarre is used to be a pioneer but always had a twisted sense to the kitsch. Now, it turned out in full-lenght.
JILMUSIC-3

JILMUSIC-3

August 23, 2016
Pas trés inspirés tous cela...et trés vite ennuyant,....la suite peut-être ?
MarcMilon

MarcMilon

October 25, 2015
90s-2000s cover aesthetics, wtf face on the photo, pseudo-ambitious exceedingly vast work that needs "parts", historical wink like "I'm a vet, I can sum electronic music history up and show you all the way for tomorrow", loads of duo-mutual-shared-composition-work-featuring-and-arm-long-credits, and just plain flat epic-ish awfully mastered tracks that still damn feature 2010-style vocoded voices and annoying self-claimed emotional high-pitched male singing. DAMN. Disappointing again. JM, where art thou?
elektr0bi

elektr0bi

October 20, 2015
Big names - generic outcome. IMO the only interesting [or at least worth second listening/coming back to] collabs here are with AIR, Fuck Buttons and 3D [that track should be listed as 3D feat. JMJ lol] - those tracks stand out. And Moby - to some extent, if you are into his despair-tronica. The Vince Clarke collab is [claps??] disappointing. The rest is some bland mix of late-JMJ generic dance stuff, nothing mind-blowing [with a nicey piano track at the end]. The album in general sounds like an attempt at sounding epic. It has more of historical value as a gathering of well-known or established music producers. P.S. And I will never accept the fact that my childhood electronic hero, once a pioneer and one of electronica gods, JMJ, one day started doing 4/4 dancey stuff. It's not ground-breaking anymore, it's just going with the mainstream flow. Sad.
NRGman

NRGman

October 17, 2015
Great idea and musicians but the mastering... No life in it at all...