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Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Biomechanoïd mp3 flac

Performer: Joel Vandroogenbroeck
Title: Biomechanoïd
Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental, Ambient
Released: 1980
Country: Belgium
Size MP3 version: 1480 mb
Size FLAC version: 1618 mb
Size WMA version: 1676 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 911
Format: VQF AC3 AU TTA XM MP2 ADX
Genre: Electronic

Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Biomechanoïd mp3 flac


Joel Vandroogenbroeck.

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Biomechanoid was a Joel Vandroogenbroeck project but it sounds nothing like Brainticket. The music was inspired by the paintings of H. R. Geiger. If you know the Swiss painter's work you'd expect this album to be rather dark, which it mostly is. The music is almost entirely electronic with occasional acoustic piano bits. The music is often more than a bit bizarre, sometimes reminiscent of Conrad Scnitzler's wilder works or perhaps Asmus Tietchens. Biomechanoid was intended as a library album rather than for casual listening. A number of mp3 sites on the web do offer it for download for a modest price.

Joel Vandroogenbroeck. Aguirre Records Zorn 019LP.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Dark Plasma. from biomechanoïd lp. Joel Vandroogenbroek - Biomechanoid 1980. A1 Dark Plasma 4:30 A2 Elements 4:55 A3 Sign From Space 4:30 A4 Strange Lady 3:00 A5 Plastic Gnome 2:05 B1 Voices 1:46 B2 Metallic Agony 5:40 B3 Lost. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Sign from Space · Joel Vandroogenbroeck Prog Box ℗ 2014 Purple Pyramid Records Released on:. Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Strange Lady. Taken from Biomechanoid - releaeed 1980.

Joel Vandroogenbroeck is the cartographer of uncharted lands on the mysterious Biomechanoid. Surrendering to his unique textures is best as their amorphous shapes are impossible to categorize. Incredibly compelling they offer glimpses into living teeming environments. Rhythm, melodies, structure, these are forgone in exchange for an emphasis on the absolute uncertainty that dominates the entire album. No one specific mood dominates the album for Joel Vandroogenbroeck opts for the surprising, going from the austere to the playful.

Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Mac Prindy. Your browser does not support the audio element.

JOEL VANDROOGENBROECK is a Progressive Electronic, Progressive Rock artist from Switzerland. Joel Vandroogenbroeck biography Joel Vandroongenbroek (ex-Brainticket, Drum Circus) solo career. Space age electronic dreaminess meets mantra-like acoustic timbres.

Biomechanoid is the classic 1980 album by composer and flutist Joel Vandroogenbroeck. It's 1980, in Munich, Germany. Upstart production music label Coloursound Library releases their debut album. Vandroogenbroeck became so enraptured with the frenetic sound of the gamelan that he subsequently left the tropics to start up a joged bumbung (a variation on a gamelan) band back in Switzerland. While playing small festivals and civic events with this group, Joel began to slowly gravitate towards the synth-heavy Kraut sounds of artists like Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulzeat the same time. And once he began dabbling with oscillators, he never turned back.

Tracklist

A1 Dark Plasma 4:30
A2 Elements 4:55
A3 Sign From Space 4:30
A4 Strange Lady 3:00
A5 Plastic Gnome 2:05
B1 Voices 1:46
B2 Metallic Agony 5:40
B3 Lost Planet 5:30
B4 Asteroids 2:20
B5 Interstellar Insects 2:28
B6 Galaxy Recall 2:07

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Coloursound Library
  • Copyright (c) – Edition Show Business
  • Copyright (c) – Gunter Greffenius & Co. OHG
  • Published By – Coloursound Library
  • Lacquer Cut At – Utopia Studios

Credits

  • Painting [Coverpainting] – H.R. Giger*
  • Producer [Produced By] – Joël Vandroogenbroeck*
  • Written-By – V.D.B. Joel*, M. Prindy* (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B2, B4, B6), M. Monsen* (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3, B5)

Notes

© Coloursound Library, Edition Show Business, Gunter Greffenius & Co OHG
Original Publisher: Originalverlag: Éditeur Original: Edizione originale: Coloursound Library (GEMA)

Coverpainting: "BIOMECHANOID 75" by H.R. Giger

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): ST CS 1-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): ST CS 1-B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Both runouts, etched): [Utopia Studios symbol]
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 4233

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZORN19 Joël Van Droogenbroeck* Biomechanoïd ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Whi) Aguirre Records ZORN19 Belgium 2014
ZORN19 Joel Vandroogenbroeck Biomechanoïd ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Bla) Aguirre Records ZORN19 Belgium 2015
ZORN19 Joël Van Droogenbroeck* Biomechanoïd ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Sil) Aguirre Records ZORN19 Belgium 2015


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Biomechanoid was a Joel Vandroogenbroeck project but it sounds nothing like Brainticket. The music was inspired by the paintings of H. R. Geiger. If you know the Swiss painter's work you'd expect this album to be rather dark, which it mostly is. The music is almost entirely electronic with occasional acoustic piano bits. The music is often more than a bit bizarre, sometimes reminiscent of Conrad Scnitzler's wilder works or perhaps Asmus Tietchens. At times you get the feeling of a science fiction B-movie soundtrack. Biomechanoid is deeply experimental stuff and definitely an acquired taste. Vandroogenbroeck shares composition credit with Mac Prindy and Marc Monsen but it's unclear if either of the played on the album as there are no musical credits on the album sleeve. Biomechanoid was intended as a library album rather than for casual listening. The LP itself is fairly rare but does turn up on eBay and on sites specializing in used vinyl every once in a while. A number of mp3 sites on the web do offer it for download for a modest price. Those who enjoy some of Vandroogenbroek's gentler releases for Coloursound, like the Meditations series, might not find this album to their taste. Those who like the more avant garde side of the European electronic music scene of the late '70s and early '80s might well enjoy adding Biomechanoid to their collection. -Caitlyn Martin