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Jean-Michel Jarre / Electronica 1 & 2 combined in deluxe ‘fanbox’ edition

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As announced back in February, Jean-Michel Jarre is following-up last year’s Electronica: The Time Machine, with a second and final collaborative album, Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise. The latter features the Pet Shop Boys, Gary Numan and Primal Scream amongst many others. On the same day the second volume is released, the French composer is putting out a deluxe ‘fanbox’ set that combines both records and includes extra content…

The deluxe package contains both Electronica albums on CD and both long-players on 2LP black vinyl, as well as audio-visual bonus content with download codes, and exclusive content such as remixes, track-by-track videos, photos etc.

This complete ‘fanbox’ will be available on the day the second volume of Electronica is released – 6 May 2016.

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Electronica Vol.1 & Vol.2 (2 CD + 2 Vinyl)

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Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise CD Edition

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Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise 2LP Vinyl Edition

track_listing

Disc: 1
1. The Time Machine (WYD & Boys Noize)
2. Glory (WYD & M83)
3. Close your eyes (WYD & AIR)
4. Automatic part 1 (WYD & Vince Clarke)
5. Automatic part 2 (WYD & Vince Clarke)
6. IF! .. (WYD & Little Boots)
7. Immortals (WYD & Fuck Buttons)
8. Suns-have gone (WYD & Moby)
9. Conquistador (WYD & Gesaffelstein)
10. Travelator part 2 (WYD & Pete Townshend)
11. Zero Gravity (WYD & Tangerine Dream)
12. Rely on me (WYD & Laurie Anderson)
13. Stardust (WYD & Armin van Buuren)
14. Watching you (WYD & 3D (Massive Attack))
15. A question of blood (WYD & John Carpenter)
16. The Train & The River (WYD & Lang Lang)

Drive: 2
. 1. The Heart of Noise Pt 1: JM Jarre & Rone
2. The Heart of Noise Pt. 2: JM Jarre & Rone
3. Brick England: JM Jarre & Pet Shop Boys
4. As One: JM Jarre & Primal Scream
5. Exit JM: Jarre & ES
6. These Creatures: JM Jarre & Julia Holter
7. Here For You: JM Jarre & Gary Numan
8. The Architect: JM Jarre & Jeff Mills
9. What You Want: JM Jarre & Peaches
10. Circus: JM Jarre & Siriusmo
11. Why This, Why That, Why: JM Jarre & Yello
12. Switch On Leon JM Jarre & The Orb
13. Gisele JM Jarre & Sebastien Tellier
14. Electrees JM Jarre & Hans Zimmer
15. Swipe To The Right: JM Jarre & Cyndi Lauper
16. Walking The Mile: JM Jarre & Christophe
17. Falling Down: JM Jarre
18. The Heart of Noise (The Origin): JM Jarre

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Matthew Holbrook

The pre-order has now dropped to £79.99 on Amazon (21:35 on 26 Apr 16)

1i2c

JMJ requires a pension and does not recognize the new age! Love his music, plus all the other artists, but I am surrounded with so much dormant memorabilia, that for nostalgic reasons I cannot sell, but it just continues to gather dust and confine my space! Stream or download, keeps it simple and it allows you to listen whilst on the move.
Like electronic music? Go check out some of my tunes for FREE on Spotify, Souncloud or Bandcamp!

Pete {in Australia}

I thought the gold edition was just super expensive. As a HUGE Jarre, fan yeap the Fanbox, for me was a little expensive, but I still grabbed it. The download exclusive content took three attempts to download, and well over here in Australia, third time it took over ten hours to download, even during the early hours of the morn. Alas all content only available in one download, not in sections. I love Part One, especially the Moby track and Laurie Anderson track. There was discount for buying Part One, on Part Two and that has been ordered, as WOW, for Me, Gary Numan, Cyndi Lauper, Yello, Hans Zimmer, Pet Shop Boys. So yeap a huge expensive indulgence……………..

Tonk

Too much vinyl being pressed (honest – I read lists all day every day in my work) – too expensive . . . not enough regular buyers to deal with the overwhelming band-wagon jumping.
There’ll be tears before bedtime . . .

Joseph

Of course, calling it a fanbox allows those behind it to get out from under this sort of criticism by thus stipulating that’s it’s not for everyone and noone is being forced down this path. While passively-aggressively implying that you’re not a real fan unless you pony up…nice.

eric slangen

Another one to wait to come down in price.

RikTheHib

Doesn’t this just ‘bite’!? So all the hoo-ha around the uber special editions from his site etc etc get trumped by a ‘fanboy’ edition with all that stuff and extra bonus content? Nice. Not. Thanks JMJ (not).

Stevieb

Sometimes you just have to take the p***
http://thebirminghampress.com/2016/04/we-go-back-to-black/

gogandmagog

Not properly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planned_obsolescence , but the the “obligation” to buy vinyl, and not an option, is feast today, famine tomorrow for record labels.

Straker

Just give me everything and put it all on CD. I’ll not be conned into paying a premium for antique formats made meeja fashionable by style mags alongside bloody downloads. They’re de-inventing the wheel (CD) purely to pilfer our pockets – This madness must stop.

Eric

Totally agree, Straker.

elliott buckingham

a double cd would suffice

Ern

Why would anyone pay that price? For around the same price you could purchase David Bowie’s 5 years CD box set and have countless hours of listening pleasure of classic tunes.
Record companies need to wake up to reality, or we can wait for the price to drop, for anyone that wants to buy it.

Daran

Make that £30 + less totting up the cost of the vinyl separately on Amazon…

Daran

Both LP’s and CD’s again… No, no, no! £95 – have a word Paul! The industry bods must be told this is a niche market for both formats if you include downloads too. How many want to pay £95 for a lot of things that are just going to sit there doing nothing years on end? Not many i’d wager. That could be at least £20 less without both formats.