Tracklist

Manufactured Memories 5:12
Eruption 5:53
Monsters 3:04
Blakula 9:04
Architecture (10" Mix) 5:04
Basic Math 8:47
Timing 4:56
At Les 7:44

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PE 65247, CMP002 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(LP, Album) Planet E, Community Projects PE 65247, CMP002 US 1999 Sell This Version
870 937-0 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(5x10", Album + Box) Talkin' Loud, Planet E 870 937-0 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
PHCW-1036 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CD) Mercury PHCW-1036 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
ASW 6277-2 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CD, Album) Astralwerks ASW 6277-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
546 137-2 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CD, Album) Mercury Records Ltd. (London) 546 137-2 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
546 137-2 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Talkin' Loud, Planet E 546 137-2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
IZOP1 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CD, Album, Promo) Planet E, Talkin' Loud IZOP1 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(CDr, Promo) Talkin' Loud none UK 1999 Sell This Version
546 137-1 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(LP) Talkin' Loud 546 137-1 UK 1999 Sell This Version
PE 65247, CMP002 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(LP, Album, Ltd, Emb) Planet E, Community Projects PE 65247, CMP002 US 1999 Sell This Version
PG-1 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(2xLP, Album) Talkin' Loud PG-1 Europe 2007 Sell This Version
PE65247 / CMP002 Innerzone Orchestra Programmed(LP) Planet E PE65247 / CMP002 Unknown Sell This Version

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dsyn2spin

dsyn2spin

March 22, 2019
referencing Programmed, LP, Album, PE 65247, CMP002
This LP is one of those unique sounding albums that is best appreciated
under certain conditions like "must play at home and from start to finish,
because the level of sophistication that this production achieves is such
that it can only be properly absorbed in that kind of low impact or
familiar environments. Carl Craig demonstrates that his musical
spectra is about as diverse as they come with these arrangements.
Late night jazzy embellishments from the deepest reaches of the
leftfield realms.
rliledr

rliledr

September 18, 2018
referencing Programmed, LP, Album, PE 65247, CMP002
Gee, wonder why the title track doesn't exits anywhere anymore? Can't find it here or on YT. Maybe the message was too spot on to exists in this false realm..
VinylChamber

VinylChamber

April 18, 2018
referencing Programmed, CD, PHCW-1036
Architecture (10" Edit) is a bonus track for Japan! ! !
2TECHSS

2TECHSS

June 8, 2017
referencing Programmed, LP, Album, PE 65247, CMP002
Un disco Alucinante !! sin duda este es un gran trabajo
me gusta demasiado lo recomiendo totalmente desde CHILE
d.teil

d.teil

February 7, 2014
referencing Programmed, 5x10", Album + Box, 870 937-0

what a great album. same feeling after all the years. a classic. especially in this box. one song, one side.
sharokh88

sharokh88

November 8, 2010
referencing Programmed, 5x10", Album + Box, 870 937-0
Really.

No one has taken the time to state that this collaborative effort overseen by a Detroit legend is a work of genius that will not be understood without taking the time to truly listen.

Let me be the first then.

Fronhornet

Fronhornet

October 25, 2007
referencing Programmed, CD, Album, P/Mixed, 546 137-2
Programmed is one of my favourite Carl Craig projects. Touching on jazz, via house, Detroit techno and hip hop, it's an album that brings many styles together. Favourites include a reworked version of At Les, that's much more jazzy than the one that appears on the In Order To Dance 5 compilation. Manufactured Memories which has a guest spoken vocal from Steve Rachmad and was done live for 10 days of techno and People make the world go round, which reminds me of an old Mr Fingers song in its style and delivery.

superpanch

superpanch

September 13, 2002
referencing Programmed, CD, Album, P/Mixed, 546 137-2
The second track "Manufactured Memories" was recorded live @ 10 Days of Techno '98 (now called 10 Days Off) in Gent (Belgium) & features Steve Rachmad (a.k.a. Sterac, Ignacio,...) saying in Dutch : "We came from another galaxy to control your mind. We came from another planet to puzzle with your brain and when we put it back together, nothing will be left."
eiskristall

eiskristall

August 21, 2002
referencing Programmed, LP, Album, PE 65247, CMP002

Watch out for this record. The whole album has funky jazz arrangements with a little 70ies flavour, highlight is the piano track "At Les" (B4), a true classic. A very, very sensitive music! This is surely a Carl Craig masterpiece.