Jean Michel Jarre* ‎– Oxygene 7-13

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Epic ‎– EK 68009, Disques Dreyfus ‎– EK 68009, Epic ‎– CTDP 000049, Disques Dreyfus ‎– CTDP 000049
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1 Oxygene 7 11:41
2 Oxygene 8
Programmed By [Additional Programming], Other [Sounds] – Christian Sales
3:54
3 Oxygene 9 6:13
4 Oxygene 10 4:16
5 Oxygene 11 4:58
6 Oxygene 12 5:36
7 Oxygene 13 4:23

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This is Jarre's 1997 extension to third album "Oxygene".
From liner notes: "Jean Michel Jarre played the following instruments: 2600 ARP synthesizer, VCS3 synthesizer, AKS, Eminent, Mellotron, Theremin, CS80, Quasismidi Raven, Digisequencer, Logic Audio, Akai MPC3000, Nordlead, JV90, K2000, RMI, Prophecy, TR808, DJ70."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-68009-2 8
  • Matrix / Runout: CTDP-000049 F2 1A 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L422
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7273

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EPC 486984 2, 486984 2 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene 7-13(CD, Album) Epic, Epic, Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus EPC 486984 2, 486984 2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
486984 2 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene 7-13(CD, Album, Unofficial) Epic (2), Disques Dreyfus (2) 486984 2 1997 Sell This Version
01-486984-50, EPC 486984 8, 486984 8 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene 7-13(MD, Album) Epic, Disques Dreyfus, Epic, Disques Dreyfus, Epic, Disques Dreyfus 01-486984-50, EPC 486984 8, 486984 8 France 1997 Sell This Version
EK 68009 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene 7-13(CD, Album, Unofficial) Epic (2), Disques Dreyfus (2) EK 68009 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
1991 Jean Michel Jarre* Oxygene 7-13(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Music World (2) 1991 Russia 1997 Sell This Version

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gunger30

gunger30

May 17, 2012

One of Jean-Michel Jarre's best albums, it is one of my preferred, it is about the continuation of Oxygene, consisted 20 years previously, it is deserving successor of this album...
Numanoid

Numanoid

May 19, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Jarre had gone a bit of the boil at the end of the 80's with "Revolutions" and "Waiting for Costeau". Although Chronologie was a promising return to form no-one could have expected he had a masterpiece like this album up his sleeve. Many of the tracks here rank among his best ever compositions. The production is wonderful (bubbly analogue synths bounce around), coupled with his trademark warm and soothing melodies makes this album a classic on par with Oxygene and Equinoxe.
FooviusFoo

FooviusFoo

February 27, 2003

Great album if you liked the original. Jarre's gone back and used similar analog equipment (though with digital recording and presumably sequencing), so it really works as a followup album. No obvious samplers here, which is a nice change.