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Bleep - The North Pole By Submarine album mp3

  • Performer: Bleep
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: The North Pole By Submarine
  • Released: 1989
  • Style: Techno, Ambient
  • Country: Belgium
  • MP3 version size: 1371 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1116 mb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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The North Pole By Submarine.

Listen free to Bleep – The North Pole By Submarine (A Byte of AMC, The Operator and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

There are a few ambient tones in Geir Jenssen's pre-Biosphere album, but the heavy house/pop rhythms and acid effects place it squarely on the dancefloor.

1990 studio album by Bleep. The North Pole by Submarine.

Producer, Engineer, Technician – Joker (2) (tracks: 7 to 9). Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Bleep. Produced and engineered at: SSR Studios, Brussels (track 1-6), Aurora Studios, Norway (track 7) and Studio Daylight, Brussels, Belgium (track 8-9). P) 1990 SSR/Crammed Discs (C) 1990 SSR/Crammed Discs. The vocal samples on "A Byte Of AMC" are taken from Desert Equations. Tracks 9 to 10 are extra tracks - not on LP.

Complete your Bleep collection. The song structure of the cuts on this album conveys that late '80s electronic dance music feel, when the sounds used were still fresh and the music as a whole was awaiting the arrival of yet unexplored sonic possibilities. Rispondi Avvertimi 2 Helpful. riferendosi a The North Pole By Submarine, CD, Album, SSR 100 CD, SSR 100CD. Reportedly Geir Jenssen (Bleep/Biosphere) signed to the R&S label on the same day as the Aphex Twin. The two met in the label's Ghent offices where Aphex admitted to listening to The North Pole By Submarine almost every.

As Bleep, Jenssen released a handful of 12″ singles, in addition to the album, all of which were released by the Belgian label SSR Records in 1989 and 1990. In 1991, Jenssen assumed the Biosphere name, releasing his first album Microgravity, a classic of early ambient techno which has only recently been re-released along with several other albums by Beatservice Records. He has become known for his increasingly minimal ambient albums over the years, and in addition to his work as Biosphere, several collaborations with Higher Intelligence Agency and Pete Namlook (The Fires of Ork).

The North Pole by Submarine is the first and only album released by ambient techno artist Bleep. Bleep was the one-time moniker of Geir Jenssen, who is more widely known as Biosphere. Shortly after North Pole was released, Jenssen moved in a far more ambient direction with his music, and changed the name under which he released his new music to avoid any comparison with "bleep house". The album was released on SSR Records (sub-label of Crammed Discs) and Tokuma Japan Communications music labels.

Album · 1990 · 10 Songs. A Byte of AMC. Biosphere, Bleep & Bleep aka Biosphere. 3. Mr Barth In the Sahara.

Released in 1990, The North Pole by Submarine was the album recorded as Bleep. Further singles followed in 1990 and 1991 before Jenssen abandoned the Bleep moniker, following the release of The North Pole by Submarine, Jenssen began releasing his music as Biosphere on obscure Norwegian compilation albums. His first Biosphere releases were the 12-inch single The Fairy Tale, Microgravity was released in 1991 on the Norwegian label Origo Sound, and saw wider release via the R&S Records subsidiary Apollo in 1992, to much critical acclaim. 7. Patashnik – Patashnik is an ambient house album, the second release by musician Biosphere. It was released by Origo Sound in Norway and by Apollo in the rest of the world and its track Novelty Waves was used for a 1995 Levis ad campaign. There appears to be no word in contemporary Russian, but such surnames do exist.

Tracklist

A Byte Of AMC 4:17
The Operator 6:09
Mr. Barth In The Sahara 6:18
A Fading Dream 5:05
The Conway Saddle 6:17
The Snake 4:49
Cycle 92 5:33
In Your System 4:57
Sure Be Glad When You're Dead 4:37
A Byte Of AMC (The Wrong Floppy Mix) 4:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SSR 100 CD, SSR 100CD Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(CD, Album) SSR Records, SSR Records SSR 100 CD, SSR 100CD Belgium 1989
SSR 100 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(LP, Album) SSR Records SSR 100 Belgium 1989
TKCB-30059 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(CD, Album) SSR Records TKCB-30059 Japan 1990
SSR 100 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(CD, Album, RP) SSR Records SSR 100 Belgium 1990
SSR 100 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(LP, Album, RP) SSR Records SSR 100 Belgium 1990
075.2100.700 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(10xFile, AIFF, Album, RE) SSR Records 075.2100.700 2007
075.2100.700 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) SSR Records 075.2100.700 2007
075.2100.700 Bleep The North Pole By Submarine ‎(10xFile, WAV, Album, RE) SSR Records 075.2100.700 2007

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Comments

FRAY FRAY
Most of the tracks (or songs, I should say) contain electro/hip-hop vocal samples, while Cycle 92 in particular even samples Kraftwerk's "Boing Boom Tschak". The song structure of the cuts on this album conveys that late '80s electronic dance music feel, when the sounds used were still fresh and the music as a whole was awaiting the arrival of yet unexplored sonic possibilities.
Gosar Gosar
Reportedly Geir Jenssen (Bleep/Biosphere) signed to the R&S label on the same day as the Aphex Twin. The two met in the label's Ghent offices where Aphex admitted to listening to The North Pole By Submarine almost every day!