Perengee's - Resonnances Magnetiques mp3 album
- Performer: Perengee's
- Title: Resonnances Magnetiques
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AAC WAV RA FLAC MP3 MP2 AHX
- Released: 1996
- Style: Psy-Trance
- MP3 album: 1786 mb
- FLAC album: 1665 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 581
Les Chants Magnétiques (English title: Magnetic Fields) is the fifth studio album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, released on Disques Dreyfus on 22 May 1981. The album was one of the first records to use sampling as a musical element and represents a departure from the sound of Jarre's previous efforts. The long first track consists of three distinct movements, the slower second movement being heavily laden with sample work
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Between these two pieces, five Ambiances Magnétiques groups show their chops.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 139 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/184 BPM). Tracklist Les Chants magnétiques, Magnetic Fields.
Though Jean-Michel Jarre's first album of the ’80s is composed of a single electronic suite, it’s both more urgent and features greater rhythmic momentum than any of the epic synthesiser journeys he’d taken before. Seemingly informed by the early ’80s synth-pop explosion-for which Jarre’s earlier albums helped lay the groundwork-Les Chants Magnétiques is the sound of a concept coming full circle. Upbeat, percolating rhythms and perky snatches of melody tickle the ear along the way, as the extended piece evolves. Les Chants Magnétiques, Magnetic Fields Jean-Michel Jarre.
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Ambiances Magnétiques began in 1982 when René Lussier, a guitarist, and Jean Derome, who plays saxophone and flute, performed live as a duo in Montreal under the name Ambiances Magnétiques (which translates to "Magnetic Atmospheres" or "Environments"). In 1983 this group teamed up with guitarist André Duchesne and clarinetist Robert Marcel Lepage and started the labels, which was originally managed by the members of the collective to release their records, with occasional guests. Many consider it to be Lussier's greatest album.