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Global Communication - The Keongaku EP mp3

Global Communication - The Keongaku EP mp3 Performer: Global Communication
Title: The Keongaku EP
Style: Techno, Ambient
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 1992
Country: UK
Label: Evolution
Catalog number: EV 004
Size MP3: 2785 mb
Size FLAC: 2012 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1Sublime Creation
2Incidental Harmony
3Excerpts From The Land Of The Rising Sun
4Enlightenment From The Augur

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EVO004Global Communication The Keongaku EP ‎(2xFile, FLAC, EP)Evolution EVO004Europe2010
DEDLP 014SGlobal Communication Incidental Harmony ‎(12")DedicatedDEDLP 014SUK1994
DQWTW019Global Communication Keongaku EP ‎(12", EP, Ltd, RM)Discotheque DQWTW019UK2006
DQWTW019Global Communication Keongaku EP ‎(12", EP, Ltd, RM, TP)Discotheque DQWTW019UK2006
EV 004Global Communication The Keongaku EP ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl)Evolution EV 004UK1992

Notes

A:45rpm.
B:33 1/3rpm.

Reissued in 1994 on Dedicated (DEDLP 014S) and in 2006 on Discotheque (DQWTW019).
Both reissues are released without the two untitled tracks (Tracks A2 & B1).

Tracks A2 & B2 end in a locked groove.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A outer edge run in, hand etched): DEDICATED TO THE WISE ONE'S: COLIN DALE COLIN FAVER SHERMAN KNS DAVE + LEE @ FAT CAT DAVE CLARKE + JELLY JAM............. B12 ART BLACK DOG REPHLEX...... PLANET E EVOLUTE DJAX .. FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO CHILL ..... SUB ZERO! A LITTLE LIGHT MUSIC FOR BEN + LUCY 4 EMANON 7 DR .N.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run out, hand etched): EV 004 A BC2300 -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B outer edge run in, hand etched): SOUNDTRACK FROM THE FORTHCOMING FILM: EVOLUTIONARY ELEMENTS. "SUBLIME CREATION" 33 RPM PLAY AD INFINITUM OTHERSIDE: "INCIDENTAL-HARMONY" 45 RPM CREATED BY GLOBAL COMMUNICATION 92 MADE IN TOKYO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run out, hand etched): EV 004 B BC2300 -J.T.S.-

Companies

  • Mastered At – JTS Studios
  • Pressed By – Broadcrest Ltd. – BC2300

Video

User reviews
Djang
'Incidental Harmony' has for years held my attention as pretty much the definitive Global Comms ambient sound- all the ingredients are there, from the thudding heart- beat like bass to the soft synth bursts & ancient yet hi- tech strings. It exists in its own, unmeasurable time, a nod to the past, a nod to the future, while comfortably laying down in the now. The two exclusive tracks are short burst, typical Tom & Mark audio doodles- 'Enlightenment From The Augur' is actually based on an excerpt from Debussy's classical composition 'Afternoon Of A Faun'. Classic British ambient techno. 'Incidental harmony' & 'Sublime Creation' appeared 2 years later making up both sides of the 3rd disk of the 1st press of the '76:14' album. Here's a great way to own those tracks, in their initial 1st release.
Windworker
What are the times for A2 and B1 ?
Quellik
A2 : 1:33B1 : 0:56
Xor
"Sublime Creation" uses the same sample used by The Orb on their stunning remix of Suzuki's "Satellite serenade" and used by Underworld on "Mmm skycraper I love you" - its none other than from a cheezi Hi-NRG 80s cover version of Elvis Presley's "Suspicious minds" by the legendary Bobby O - original producer and the man who unleashed the Pet Shop Boys on the world. Its only taken me 21 years to discover this fact...! There's a You Tube link here so you can for yourself: http://www.discogs.com/Bobby-O-Suspicious-Minds/release/397310 Either that or they all just used the same preset on the same synth of course :-)
Xal
Hello, from memory it was part of the Disk Library i had for my Casio FZ1, can't remember what that sound was called. It may have been called Fairlight on Synclavier Strings but thats a guess :) Not that we didn't sample other people, but not in this case.
Steel_Blade
As far as the Orb are concerned, I'd guess it was a direct sample, as sampling was a high part of their art, coupled with a broad knowledge of electronic music....
ChallengeMine
Aha! That would make more sense. Do you know which track?
POFOD
I thought it was a slowed down sample off of Pink Floyd's "Wish you Were Here"
Umge
T. Dream wins by one year to the one I found. Can anyone beat 1987?
Nilabor
Its also used fairly liberally on FSOL's Lifeforms album.
Akir
T. Dream eh? Trust them to gazump me! Nicely found Sir :-)
Mallador
I think it's a synth preset, but maybe someone has sampled someone else along the line. It's there in the original of Satellite Serenade. Also have a listen to Floatspace by Holger Czukay. Another comment mentions Tangerine Dream - Sudden Revelation.