Track List Oxygene Part 1 Oxygene Part 2 Oxygene Part 3 Oxygene Part 4 Oxygene Part 5 Oxygene Part 6 Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.
Nov 28, · Jean-Michel Jarre recently composed a piece of music that made him think of the original Oxygène album and its follow-up of 20 years ago, and so he decided to once again explore this particular avenue. He was also keen not to recreate the past nor sound flashily modern and in terms of recording technology it feels here that Jarre has gone first and foremost for what sounded appropriate.
There is some compression of the dynamic range (especially on tracks Oxygene II, IV and some on V) but, as far as I can tell, it does (for the most part) sound as nearly perfect as the format allows. However, Jarre has changed things slightly in this reissue when compared with the original vinyl/LP release from Dreyfus/Polydor, () of which /5(94).
May 20, · Jean Michel Jarre even goes so far as to use many of the same synthesizers he used to create that classic work. Though the sequel is considerably more rhythm driven than Oxygene was, this is no bad thing. The opening track is eleven minutes of intense, driving excellence that smacks, to me at least, of both Oxygenes II and IV/5(91).
Oxygène Part IV This song is by Jean Michel Jarre and appears on the album Oxygene () on the compilation album The Essential () on the live album Destination Docklands () on the live album Paris La Defense () on the compilation album Images - The Best Of () on the live album Hong Kong () on the album Aero () on the live album Aero In Denmark () on the album.
Oct 21, · Jean-Michel Jarre will release a new album, Oxygene 3, in December, 40 years after the original Oxygene album brought the French musician mainstream success. The release will be available separately or as part of an Oxygene Trilogy. Commenting on the new album Jarre noted “What made the first Oxygene so different at the time, is probably the minimalist aspect, and the fact that there are.