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Jean Michel Jarre - Magnetic Fields

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    One of the first albums to use sampling as a musical element, Magnetic Fields showcased a colder, more digital and at times also more rhythmically strong sound than Jarre's previous works. Partially inspired by Andy Warhol, Magnetic Fields is a tribute to the machines that power Jarre's compositions. Album notes referenced: Another version exists which has the track durations printed on both labels: Jean-Michel Jarre - Magnetic Fields. Artist is credited as Jarre on front cover, but Jean-Michel Jarre on spine, and Jean Michel Jarre on centre labels.
    Track Listings:
    Magnetic Fields, pt. 1 17:58
    Magnetic Fields, pt. 2 3:58
    Magnetic Fields, pt. 3 4:10
    Magnetic Fields, pt. 4 6:25
    Magnetic Fields, pt. 5 3:30
    Total Time: 35:53
    Artist Name(s):
    Jean Michel Jarre
    Producer(s):
    Jean Michel Jarre, P. Foulon, P. Mourey
    Release Year: 1981
    Style:
    Ambient, EBM, Progressive
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Cassette, Compact Disc, Digital / Download, LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Rémy Magron
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Dreyfus Records
    Catalog Number(s):
    Polydor – 2311 075
    Location:
    Netherlands
    Sources
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