Chronologie 1993 - Full Album


                         Chronologie 1993

Chronologie (English: "chronology") is an album by French electronic musician Jean Michel Jarre, and was released on Disques Dreyfus (with license to Polydor) in 1993. It is his eighth overall studio album. It is inspired by Stephen Hawking's book A Brief History of Time. "Chronologie Part 4" and "Chronologie Part 5" started out as a composition for the Swiss watch company Swatch. The album was a return to Jarre's usual formula, after Revolutions (1988) and Waiting for Cousteau (1990). The sound of Chronologie was based on a new wave of electronic dance music that had been developing since the late 1980s. Like Jarre's previous album Waiting for Cousteau, Chronologie charted at Number 9 in the UK charts.

Track listing

All tracks by Jean Michel Jarre

"Chronologie Part 1"
"Chronologie Part 2"
"Chronologie Part 3"
"Chronologie Part 4"
"Chronologie Part 5"
"Chronologie Part 6"
"Chronologie Part 7"
"Chronologie Part 8"


Jean Michel Jarre -- Digisequencer, Kurzweil K2000, Mini Moog, ARP 2600, Akai MPC60, AKAI S 1000, EMS Synthi AKS, JD 800, Korg O1/W, Roland TR-909, DR 660, Synthex, Eminent 310, JP 8, DJ 70, Vocalist, Fairlight CMI
Francis Rimbert -- additional keyboards
Michel Geiss -- additional keyboards, artistic collaboration
Dominique Perrier -- additional keyboards
Patrick Rondat -- guitar

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