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Customer Reviews

The Happiest Biosphere Ever!

Being a HUGE biosphere fan, I was looking forward to any new music from Geir and Boy, is this a great work of art! My first impression was "Retro Future". I know that sounds odd, but this release hearkens back to a time we thought the future would be Stark White and Empty. It puts one in mind of movies like West World, A Clockwork Orange or Logan’s Run and a few tracks could easily go in the bar scenes of any Stars Wars movie... the first 3 anyway. See what I mean by Retro Future? Upon further listening both Intently and Passively, the music warmed up a bit and I found myself bobbing my head and dancing around my house. A few of the tracks sound like they would feel just at home on Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works vol.2 as they do here, and a few could be way back on some of the first Biosphere releases. The word on the interweb is N-Plants is an homage of sorts to the Nuclear Plants in post war Japan. Upon further inspection of the Plants, Geir wondered why so many were built right by the sea in Earthquake prone areas… and the rest as they say is history. The music does have a Nuclear feel with only a few foreign voices and the sound of a Fly buzzing to remind us we are Human. I won’t say it is the Best Biosphere but I will say it is already Nearing the Top.

the best biosphere

This is great: Ambient, yet it's got beats. wall-shaking bass, without any 'rude.

I thought the first song was great.

I thought the rest was great for sleeping.


Born: May 30, 1962 in Tromsø, Norway

Genre: Electronic

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

Biosphere's Geir Jenssen hails from Tromsø, Norway, a city 500 miles above the Arctic Circle. A founding member of quasi-new age Norwegian trio Bel Canto, Jenssen recorded a pair of albums with that group for Belgium's Crammed label before departing to record solo, first as Bleep, then as Biosphere. He released a number of Bleep singles through the late '90s on Crammed subsidiary SSR, as well as the full-length The North Pole by Submarine, issued in 1990 and an acknowledged precursor of what became...
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