Jean-Michel Jarre ‎– Zoolook

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Polydor ‎– POLH 15, Disques Dreyfus ‎– 823 763-1
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A1 Ethnicolor 11:40
A2 Diva
Vocals – Laurie Anderson
7:32
B1 Zoolook 3:50
B2 Wooloomooloo 3:18
B3 Zoolookologie 3:42
B4 Blah-Blah-Cafe 3:20
B5 Ethnicolor II 3:52

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Notes

Released with a printed inner sleeve.

Laurie Anderson and Marcus Miller appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Adrian Belew appears courtesy of EG Records.

Recorded at Klinton Studio, New York. Mixed at Croissy Studio, France.

© 1984 Disques Dreyfus.
℗ 1984 Disques Dreyfus.
Marketed and distributed in the UK by Polydor Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42282 37631 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042282376312
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, stamped [BILBO TAPE ONE etched]): POLH15 A // 1▼ 420 T BILBO TAPE ONE
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, stamped [BILBO TAPE ONE etched]): POLH15 B // 2 ▼ 420 T BILBO TAPE ONE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FDM 18118 Jean-Michel Jarre Zoolook(LP, Album) Disques Dreyfus FDM 18118 France 1984 Sell This Version
823 763-1 Jean-Michel Jarre Zoolook(LP, Album) Disques Dreyfus, Polydor 823 763-1 Germany 1985 Sell This Version
823 763-2 Jean-Michel Jarre Zoolook(CD, Album, Unofficial) Disques Dreyfus (2), Polydor (2) 823 763-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
824 750-4, 824750.4, DMC 2002 Jean-Michel Jarre Zoolook(Cass, Album, RE, U-c) Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus 824 750-4, 824750.4, DMC 2002 France Unknown Sell This Version
824 750-1, DLP 2002 Jean-Michel Jarre Zoolook(LP, Album, RE) Disques Dreyfus, Disques Dreyfus 824 750-1, DLP 2002 France 1987 Sell This Version

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christham

christham

July 16, 2018

I loved this album when it came out on CD - it was one of the first all digital DDD recordings, and showcases the clean and dynamic digital sound very well. From a musical perspective, this album features Jarre venturing into new territory with his sampling of human voices and languages. Unfortunately, he never really expanded on this new direction and his subsequent albums went back to a more analog synth sound. Listening to this on LP, I am surprised how good it is and a bit more robust than the CD.
GarionOrb

GarionOrb

April 23, 2017

Quite the brilliant album. This is an old pressing, but sounds rather nice! Very clean lows, though some clipping is present here and there. Could just be the way the album is, though, as I seem to recall the same on the CD.