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Genius

If you are into electronic music and jarre this is a no brainier
He's an absolute genius and has been for 40 years

Bell-ends......

Wondering why the previous bell-ends have given this album 5 star ratings despite not even heard it. Heard this about 3 weeks ago and it's nowhere near as good as the 'The Time Machine' and still no daft punk!
The primal scream collab is just a very poor remix of come together, and I was disappointed with the PSB track.

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Stand out tracks IMO by Pet Shop Boys, Cyndi Lauper & Hans Zimmer.

Biography

Born: 24 August 1948 in Lyon, France

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Celebrated as the European electronic music community's premier ambassador, composer Jean Michel Jarre elevated the synthesizer to new peaks of popularity during the 1970s, in the process emerging as an international superstar renowned for his dazzling concert spectacles. The son of famed film composer Maurice Jarre, he was born August 24, 1948, in Lyon, France, and began studying piano at the age of five. Abandoning classical music as a youth, Jarre became enamored of jazz before forming a rock...
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Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise, Jean-Michel Jarre
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  • £9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: 06 May 2016

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