Jean Michel Jarre* ‎– Oxigeno

Polydor ‎– 5125
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Oxigeno (Parte 1) 7:40
A2 Oxigeno (Parte 2) 8:10
A3 Oxigeno (Parte 3) 2:50
B1 Oxigeno (Parte 4) 4:08
B2 Oxigeno (Parte 5) 10:31
B3 Oxigeno (Parte 6) 6:16

Companies, etc.


  • Composed By, Arranged By, Producer, Synthesizer [A.R.P., A.K.S., V.C.S.3, R.M.I. Harmonic], Organ [Farfisa, Eminent], Mellotron, Drum Machine [Computadora De Ritmos]Jean-Michel Jarre


Label design with "(P) 1977" in the white frame.

Grabación original de [Original recording by] Disques Motor - Francia
Producido por Phonogram S.A.I.C.
Impreso y confeccionado por Finkel S.A.I.C. y A.

℗ 1977
"M33" logo
- Phonogram S.A.I.C. - Moreno 2038 -
Distribuidos por Phonogram S.A.I.C.
Industria Argentina

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (International Catalogue Number): 2310 555
  • Other (A Side Label): 2310555-A
  • Other (B Side Label): 2310555-B
  • Rights Society: AADI-CAPIF
  • Rights Society: SADAIC
  • Matrix / Runout: PH 5125 2 <M>14679
  • Matrix / Runout: PH 5125 1 <M>14679

Other Versions (5 of 272) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2933 207 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygène(LP, Album) Les Disques Motors 2933 207 France 1976 Sell This Version
MTO 77000 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygène(LP, Album, RE) Les Disques Motors MTO 77000 France 1983 Sell This Version
MTO 77000 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygène(LP, Album, RE) Les Disques Motors MTO 77000 France 1979 Sell This Version
800 015-2 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene(CD, Album, RP) Polydor, Disques Dreyfus 800 015-2 Europe 1986 Sell This Version
2310 555 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygène(LP, Album) Polydor 2310 555 Zimbabwe 1977 Sell This Version


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February 26, 2017

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxigeno
Polydor - 5125, Argentina, 1977

This pressing from Argentina is a strange one for collectors. First take a look at it's cover picture - it's slightly zoomed in to replace the original lettering. Instead it says "Oxigeno - Jean Michel Jarre". The sound is a bit muffled and not as clear like European releases. And as you know, one track flows into another - no interruptions, everything is mixed. Not here! The parts are fading out and fading in again. Who was the brain behind this? At least it could be a good reason to look for this item.

The music itself? Groundbreaking electronica from the 1970s of course.