The Young Gods ‎– Music For Artificial Clouds

Intoxygene ‎– INTOX 022 CD, Intoxygene ‎– INTOX 022CD, Make Up ‎– make 22, Make Up ‎– MAKE 22
CD, Album, Digipak


1 Eregeen 6:40
2 Oxiam 6:11
3 Arcia 6:19
4 Ophiushi 4:42
5 Pompom Girl 6:16
6 Iwasi 5:27
7 Tangram 4:20
8 Dew Point Five 8:13
9 Double Moon 4:30
10 Paucari 8:29
11 Magnetosphere 4:27
12 Sandvaten 4:46

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Recorded and mixed at the Young Gods studio Artemis and the Boa Studio. Mastered at the Greenwood Studio CH.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 760019 320229
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L373
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5708
  • Matrix / Runout: TERRA FIRMA CH-1110 26010401
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Label Code: LC10740

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INTOX022CDPR, make 22 PR The Young Gods Music For Artificial Clouds(CD, Album, Promo) Intoxygene, Make Up INTOX022CDPR, make 22 PR France 2004 Sell This Version


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February 18, 2017
Well, my opinion of this release is very positive.
As one reviewer has already said, it has a time and a place, maybe even a particular mood to be in.
If you allow me to explain- I came to this album from Solar Fields very good mix/podcast from Seek Sick Sound, including Arcia.
Where, it stands out as quality and makes sense.
So much so I went and purchased the digital download available on a well known artist based website, which I am loath to name because it seems like advertising.



January 17, 2015
appears in Digipack


October 17, 2011
even for hardcore fans not recommendable since it's merely the acoustic part of a TV docu from swiss TV about rain forests. In combination with the visual part it's different, but this soundtrack consists of sounds from animals, rain and very few music, ...
Also for lovers of ambient sounds really back to the root elements boring. Sorry guys, I really worship your music but this release (without the visual part) is as dispensable as both AL Comet releases. If you have the rare chance to buy one on an auction, please send me a reply before offering and I'll send you an audio test.


February 17, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

If you know previos records of Young Gods, you'd be a bit surprised by listening to "Music For Artificial Clouds". No vocals (fortunately), no guitars, no noise. Pure ambinet and done damn well...
Some of the previous remixes were in this style, but now it's a masterpiece. If you like guys like Biosphere, you will love it too.