Of all the Jarre albums I own this is without doubt the most played. The album is a wonder to listen too with it's dreamscape musical flow of the opening of Chrono Part 1, to the the sampled drum loops from his early works of 'Eros Machine' (the twanging of a ruler) for the thumping Chrono Part 2, the delightful Chrono Part 3, the truly awesome Chrono Part 4 with the forever whistling too end solo lead, the ambient Chrono Part 5, the foot stomping bass to Chrono Part 6, the dreamy whisps of Chrono Part 7 and finishing with the highly enjoyable Chrono Part 8, this is one catchy album that has to be played again, and again, and again. This album ranks high and sits well amoungst his earlier material such as 'Equinoxe' and 'Oxygene'.
The ony down side to the 'Chronologie' album is the ending of Part 4. Not so much the transistion between Part 4 and the start of part 5 (as already pointed out in another review) but more so the ending of the part 4 with the solo lead. The original ending was much longer and such a shame it was not included in the album release.