Lucid Dreams ‎– Lucid Dreams 0096

em:t ‎– 0096
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Recorded & mixed at Square Centre Studios, Nottingham, July & August 1995.
Narrative & case studies recorded at The Psychophysical Research, Oxford April 1995.

℗ 1996 t:me recording ltd.
© 1996 t:me recording ltd.
made in england, distributed in the u.k. by pinnacle

Packaged in a Digipak
Animal on cover: scaridae
The asterism in the mastrix field is the closest Unicode character that can represent the three square dots arranged in a triangle part of the actual matrix. The "1:1" part of the matrix is stamped on the mould.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5025989960027
  • Matrix / Runout: C0456 EMIT 0096 ⁂ 1:1 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI l123


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January 24, 2015

Absolutely and completely blew me away when I first heard this back in 1996. I used to insist all my friends borrowed it but I don't think any of them ever really thought much of it sadly! A landmark album in my collection.


May 28, 2014
Introduced me to the world of Celia Green and what an insightful one it is. An academic beacon of honesty and critic of academia in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. This album will lead to you reading books on out of body experiences and finding all sorts of interesting brain food to perish away. Interestingly the purpose of listening to music can influence a person's ability to dream lucidity, it does not work for me but I have found that reading does. This is a CD to remind yourself that in your dreams you can influence your actions and experience an out of body experience. Em:t always reminds me how forward-looking electronic music can be, this CD is no different.


March 18, 2004

This is a collaboration between bad data and miasma of em:t, along with Celia Green, controversial psychologist and founder of the Institute of Psychological Research. There is one other track on em:t effectively by lucid dreams, but just listed as 'celia green.'

This unique album achieved major recognition, and rightly so - it was even reviewed in New Scientist and the New Stateman. The subject is indeed lucid dreaming - Celia Green herself and other voice artists read excerpts from her ground breaking book on the subject. The back drop is formed by em:t's trademark deep, moody hypnotically machine driven soundscapes.

Not an album for casual listening.