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Jean-Michel Jarre - Les Chants Magnétiques (Magnetic Fields) CD (album) cover

LES CHANTS MAGNÉTIQUES (MAGNETIC FIELDS)

Jean-Michel Jarre

 

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3.39 | 87 ratings

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Sachis
5 stars First of all, I consider JMJ music to be pure electronic, ocasional progressive electronic. And now, to the point. Les Chants magnetiques represents for me one of these albums which cannot be described in words; I can only let the music play and say everything without words. The music from this album (together with other JMJ classic albums, like Oxygene and Equinoxe) captivated me from a young boy and even now LCM flows in my veins like a truly river of sounds. LCM 1 represents, perhaps, the most progressive JMJ song ever. LCM 2 and LCM 4 are masterpieces in electronic music: a musical therapy at any time and any hour of the day. The special track no 5., is another high peak in JMJ music. The main theme, together with the theme from LCM 2 is without any doubt memorable and sublime. In the end of my short review to this album, I'd like to recommend it to the youngest generation of good music listeners worldwide and it's a good start for them and for everyone who wants to discover the beauty of electronic music!
Sachis | 5/5 |

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