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Biosphere - Microgravity flac album
Title:

Biosphere - Microgravity flac album

Performer:
Album:
Microgravity
Country:
Style:
House, Techno, Ambient
MP3 archive size:
1939 mb
FLAC archive size:
1534 mb
Other formats:
FLAC XM VOX APE AIFF AHX DMF
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
265

Tracklist

1 Microgravity 5:12
2 Baby Satellite 5:04
3 Tranquillizer 8:18
4 The Fairy Tale 4:53
5 Cloudwalker II 5:26
6 Chromosphere 3:28
7 Cygnus-A 5:02
8 Baby Interphase 5:07
9 Biosphere 4:41

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – R & S Records
  • Edited At – Aurora Lydstudio
  • Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria

Credits

  • Edited By [Digital Edits] – Alexander Stojanovic
  • Written-By, Producer, Other [Biosphere Is] – Geir Jenssen

Notes

This version is with barcode and Mould SID code.
A version without a barcode and no SID codes also exists: Microgravity.
And another version, with a barcode and no SID codes: Microgravity.

Digital Edits at Aurora Studio, Tromsoe.
Published by R&S Records/Belgium.
Apollo is a subdivision of R&S Records

There's a typo on the back insert, track 3 is listed as having the duration 8.08. The correct duration is 8.18.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 411659 169218
  • Matrix / Runout: AMBCD-3921 22 A2 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94A7
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94A8
  • Mastering SID Code: none

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OCD 9105 Biosphere Microgravity ‎(CD, Album) Origo Sound OCD 9105 Norway 1991
BIO3CD Biosphere Microgravity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP + CD, Album) Biophon Records BIO3CD Norway Unknown
BIO3D Biosphere Microgravity ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM + 7xFile, FLAC, Album) Biophon Records BIO3D Norway 2015
none Biosphere Microgravity ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl) Apollo none Belgium 1992
AMB LP 3921 Biosphere Microgravity ‎(LP, Album) Apollo AMB LP 3921 Belgium 1992


Microgravity ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP + CD, Album). Back when Biosphere's MICROGRAVITY was originally released, it was groundbreaking: a mix of techno and ambient, with a dark tinge to it. Twenty years later, it still holds up pretty well, even if some of the samples feel dated. The icy darkness of the title track lulls the listener into a trance, while "Baby Satellite" does the same, but with a beat this time. Tranquillizer" merges the two together in a calming, yet still beat-driven track

Microgravity is the debut studio album by Norwegian electronic musician Geir Jenssen under the stage name Biosphere, released in 1991. The album was at first rejected by SSR, the subsidiary of Nettwerk with whom Jenssen had previously released his music, as "unmarketable". The small Norwegian label Origo Sound picked it up, and the record scored on the club circuit in 1991. At the end of 2014, Geir Jenssen launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to re-release the album on vinyl.

Listen free to Biosphere – Microgravity (Microgravity, Baby Satellite and more). Jenssen's fascination with science-fiction in general (specifically, space) powers his debut album for the R&S wing, Apollo. Welding eerie samples to house rhythms, Microgravity has a sinister quality that's refreshing compared to much ambient-house of the early '90s.

Jenssen's fascination with science-fiction in general (specifically, space) powers his debut album for the R&S wing, Apollo.

Biosphere is the main recording name of Geir Jenssen (born 30 May 1962), a Norwegian electronic musician. A resident of Tromsø within the Arctic Circle, Jenssen is well known for ambient and ambient house pieces, often inspired by Arctic or mountain settings, and his use of loops and peculiar samples from science fiction and natural sources. He has also composed several film scores.

Biosphere's "Microgravity" is essentially ambient music with a slight beat behind it, but overall it's just an incredibly dreamy and creative album. It's definitely something you could have on in the background when you're working on a paper or any other artistic endeavor - this is a thinking man's music (you could fall asleep to it, too). The songs sound relatively similar, but they're all unique and fun in their own way - it's pretty hard to describe what the electronic bits sound like, but they're always catchy and interesting.

Album · 1991 · 9 Songs. Released: 1 Jan 1991. 1991 Biophon Records.

Microgravity was his first album as Biosphere exploring new musical territories, blending ambient music with techno rhytms. com writes: "Jenssen's fascination with science-fiction in general (specifically, space) powers his debut album. Released in November 1991.