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76:14 [VINYL]

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  • Vinyl (7 July 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Dedicated
  • ASIN: B00007L6R7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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By tvas on 12 Feb. 2017
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Relaxing tunes lovely album
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By Jay M VINE VOICE on 1 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
One of the most perfect ambient albums. Some tracks do have beats but most songs are carried along by the melody or bassline.
Probably the best 'warm' ambient album, if you get my meaning, as opposed to the 'icy' ambient of Biosphere's 'Substrata'.
You really have to have this album in your collection, ambient fan or not. It's one of those all time classics, a trend-setting milestone. Check out the 'Tick-Tock' song, you get what I mean!
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This is it. Thé best ambient album ever. I worked in a cd-shop for several years and sometimes you got people asking about ambient music. I had one move to make. Just pick out this cd and put it in a little bag with the message : listen to this after a hectic day or when you just want to relax and take little time of in space or some place where everything seems quiet and floating into perfection. I added the words : if U do not like it, we'll refund U. Well... everybody was back with compliments and with the question if we sold another cd of that kind of music. We had some things that came close but this was and still is truly the best ambient cd EVER !!! Eat your heart out Klaus Schülze and Tangerine Dream (great music as well !!)
To me it's simple... if I want to relax I put this on. And it's certainly not some mellow s**t... No, this is deep !! One of my favourites of all time. This is simply more than music, it's an experience.
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This is a fantastic album from the era when ambient was at its peak, rank this alongside works like The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld, KLF's Chill Out. Those who know of Tom Middleton will probably know of his work as Cosmos (spacey lovely house), Jedi Knights (nu-school breaks which inspired the likes of Adam Freeland) and his Sound Of The Cosmos mix (which is a blinding exercise in breaks, house and downtempo spread over 3CDs) ... or perhaps the even later Global Communications tracks The Way / The Deep which explored funky cosmic house. This, however, is as far detatched from the housey Middleton as possible. 76:15 follows the 'swirling ambience' template, beatless, seamless and atmospheric ... taking you on a journey from one end of the CD to the other. Take 9:39 for example, full of deep space cosmic bleeps, a hypnotic 'warrooooooom!' bass pulse, and eerie choral synths. Definately swirling ambience. There are some astoundingly beautiful moments on here too. 14:31 is plain gorgeous, a slowly ticking clock keeps the beat of the track while lush orchestral synths create a gorgeous uplifting mood. Its not all totally beatless, 9:25 has a gentle break that helps the track move along. Think Orb's Supanova At The End Of The Universe and you're pretty much there. 7:39 features almost Plaid-y Warp style synths, while 8:07 and 5:23 work hypnotic keys over deep pulsing Sasha style bassline stabs. 12:18 finishes off the album with more dramatic orchestral synth action like in 14:31 ... a top closer.
As you can tell, the entire album is named after the sum of its track times, with each track named after how long it is. Apparently to stop the listener having preconceptions about how the music sounds before they listen to it.
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Possibly the warmest wombiest ambient album I've heard. The album as a whole is a classic - one of those records like Screamadelica where the sounds don't date, and like Screamadelica it's hard to listen to any one track - you have to go the whole journey. That said, it contains one overarching masterpiece in Obsilon-Menos aka The Tick-Tock song. 20 minutes (counting intro) of swooned-out bliss, like being stuck in Spiritualized's air conditioning system or swimming off Heaven's Bahamas. One friend of mine described it as "like watching giant catapillars tromp towards the horizon" but you don't want to listen to her - she's talking rubbish. It's got to be said though that the track invites sublime/ridiculous grandiloquous (no, i can't spell) dribbling comparisons - you gotta hear it.
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Another landmark in the Ambient era of 1993.This album simply is stunning.Nocturnal listening of the highest order with angelic soothing pads,ticking clocks,mutterings of different languages etc. The album opens like Close encounters' Opening credits,eerie,dissonant chords,heralding one of many nameless tracks(all tracks titled by their running times...GENIUS)Allowing the listener to make his/her own envisions of a truly better place 'No Matter where you are!'...A truly beautiful Aural painting..PRICELESS!
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Without getting too hung up on genres (you could happily call "76.14" `ambient',`electronica' or `chill-out') suffice to say this record is the best British album of its kind ever made. Prior knowledge of Messrs Middleton and Pritchard's `other' recordings (as Reload or Jedi Knights amongst many others) is un-neccessary. Simply put the record on and marvel at the imagination is reveals. No title or track titles are necessary. There's a thematic continuity to it that simply transports the listener. It's one of those `perfect' albums that once heard become impossible to imagine having been done in any other way. The nearest comparison I can ever draw is to something like Pink Floyd's "Dark Side Of The Moon". Not a `whale song' or waves-lapping-on-a-beach in site! Pure Genius.
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