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  • Album vinyle (9 décembre 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • ASIN : B0000VJFLY
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Habitués du roi de la trance attendez vous à une surprise, le roi BT à adopter pour de bon la guitare et ce rapproche du rock !
Bon, il garde quand même tout ce qui fait le son BT, l'electronique en fond, sa science de la chose, les voix modifiés et cie... mais, un seul morceau de Trance au programme :"communicate" (avec le retour de Jan johnston (mercure and solace) Pour le reste que du bon quand même! mais peut être après plusieurs écoutes pour les fans comme moi. l'album est N°1 au bilboard USA depuis 3 semaines, et le Hit c'est "somnanbulist" N°3 depuis un mois, le refrain ne vous lachera plus. Bref, Evolution pour BT ou changement de cap avec un son plus rock pour ce nouvel album ? a vous de juger. Mais moi c'est décidé ...je le suit !
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HASH(0xdc3c2564) étoiles sur 5 Tracklisting totally wrong 3 mai 2007
Par BioTracer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It was not possible to update the tracklist, so I'll use this review space for that purpose:

Revised version of Brian Transeau's 'Emotional Technology', originally released back in 2003. Features nine tracks from the original album on CD1, plus four previously unreleased tracks. The second CD comes with extended dance mixes of some of the tracks.

Disc 1

01. The Meeting Of A Hundred Yang

02. Knowledge Of Self

03. Simply Being Loved

04. Force Of Gravity

05. Dark Heart Dawning

06. The Great Escape

07. Paris

08. Kimosabe

09. The Revolution

10. Last Moment Of Clarity

11. Communicate

12. The Only Constant Is Change

Disc 2

01. Somnabulist (Mark Norman remix)

02. Love In The Time Of Thieves

03. Force Of Gravity (Tiesto remix)

04. Somnabulist (Junkie XL vocal mix)

05. Superfabulous (Toksin's Rawshaker mix)

06. The Force Of Gravity (Dylan Rhymes Push Up mix)

07. Kimosabe (Hyper remix)

08. Communicate (Toksin's Narcan remix)

09. Somnabulist (Sander Kleinenberg's Convertible mix)
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HASH(0xdc3c8f84) étoiles sur 5 The reviewers on this page so far are deaf... 2 octobre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD may very well simply be the best recorded musical work so far this century! Music is not a competition, or an exclusive club that you must join or stay loyal to. Who give a rats a** if BT has stayed "loyal" to the trance or house genre, or to dance music in general. The production quality of this CD, and the scope and musicality of this work of art, is the cutting edge and the state of the studio art today. It is pure ear candy, and worthy of the highest praise. This CD may NOT be for the die hard Trance fans and Ravers. But for the rest of the music loving public, this album simply shines!!!! It is groundbreaking. It does not fit into a single known genre. I hear elements of Enigma, Rush, Delerium, Steve Roach, Synthaesia, William Orbit and more, all working around the base style and sounds that BT has made his signature sound out of in all of his albums. It is an album that will have you listening over and over, picking out the tricks, effects, edits, changes, elements and washes of ambient sounds that evolve constantly throughout the music. The album takes you on a journey that is cinematic, atmospheric, full of of beat and groove, and all the while is remains SMOOTH, crisp, deep, surrounding you in BT's world. There are so many songs that will just STAY IN YOUR HEAD because they are so catchy. At first you might not realize it, but you will see very quickly, you just start singing these songs in your head. If you are closed minded, and closed off to experiencing this beautiful and amazingly intricate presentation of sonic technonlogy because it is not "true to the genre", then you are entitled to feel that way....but you are simply not "listening" to the production for what it is. This is a first rate, state of the art production that few people could possibly not be impressed and amazed with. If you love electronic music technology, and you want to hear sounds and effects that you have never heard before, and you like music that keeps you interested with exotic timbres, cutting edge edits and effects, atmospheric elements that put you in another place, but then groove you with smooth hand built custom beats that grow and evolve through a journey filled with beautiful vocals and vocal effects that turn the human voice into an electronic instrument (amazing at times), and ultra catchy rhythms...then RUN...don't walk...to buy this CD. You will NOT be disappointed. Die hard ravers and trancers beware. This is probably not for you. It's for the rest of the world who can appreciate something more than 4x4 bass drum on the floor. Not that there is anything wrong with that....but that is NOT what BT was trying to do here. BT has risen to the level of a true star these past few years. He is far beyond the scope of many of the Trance Artists and DJ's will ever hope to be in their careers. He is a producer extraordinare and composer that is now reaching into Hollywood movie scores, major music productions (such as the new Sting release), Sample CD's, Music technology, and of course his own music releases. To expect to hold him back to this one genre due to "loyalty", when he is a groundbreaking artist in such high demand accross so many genres and media forms for his one of a kind cutting edge sound sculpting abilities, would be a rediculous expectation. BT is the King right now, and Emotional Technology is the product of what is only befitting the King. It ROCKS! You should get it.....
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HASH(0xdc3c962c) étoiles sur 5 Emotional Technology 13 juillet 2004
Par Jeff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Every electronic fan knows that BT is almost indisputably the finest producer in electronic music today. It is his love and his obsession and that comes across in every thing that he does. On the original UK version of Movement in Still Life, BT unleashed a truly incredible track in Satellite as an outro to the album. It featured tricked out guitar, electronics, organic percussion, and BT's very own singing. Now... after an amazing album exploding with deep trance, house, sick new school breakbeats, and some of the best production ever recorded, Satellite's eclecticism was like a breeze of fresh air.
Enter Emotional Technology, or as I like to call it Satellite 2. Sure he has the breakbeat/rap number and the dance tracks (a few of which are decent), but any listener can plainly tell BT's focus on this album is on these disgusting regurgitations of Satellite. He croons and he woos the ladies with his deep thoughtfulness and obscure rants. However, he is not Justin Timberlake or John Mayer and the result is... well frankly, embarassing. Throw all of these songs away and we are left with a handful of dance tracks and a breakz diddy.
Knowledge of Self is a pretty phat song to throw on in the car and drive fast to. I was ecstatic when I saw that Guru was being featured on the track, but was expecting him to spit a verse, which he never really does. I couldn't help but think this was a less exciting rehash of Smartbomb. As for the trance tracks, the music would be extremely impressive minus the vocals (which render nearly every track on here unlistenable.) The exception and the highlight of the album is The Great Escape. The vocals grate a bit on the nerves after repeated listens, but are used sparsely. BT really goes to town on this track and occasionally you will find yourself actually wondering if what you just heard actually happened and how anyone could produce such sounds. This is the BT I know and love, sappy love songs are not.
BT should follow this album with an "Ooops" and get back to a sound that he helped invent instead of trying to run with the 'poppers'.
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HASH(0xdc3c9980) étoiles sur 5 I understand this album more everytime I listen to it. 15 octobre 2003
Par Nick Moran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's become pretty clear to me that BT wasn't trying to make a straight-ahead dance record this time around. I'm sure he could if he wanted to, but it wouldn't be as nearly as interesting (or enjoyable, in my opinion) as this. I'm tired of defending against fans who can't stand it when artists branch out and try something new with their music, so I'll just say that some people will love this, and some will hate it. To each his own. I love Emotional Technology, but for an entirely different reason than I love BT's other albums.
BT was the first artist that broke the whole "soulless techno music" stigma for me. It seems only appropriate that now he tests his own limits and incorporates many different genres of music into his own, making his songs much more personal, and carefully articulating matters close to his heart. Hard hitting breakbeat-styled techno with fluid rapping,(Knowledge of Self), uplifting and interesting dance anthems (Force of Gravity, Paris), softer acoustic based tunes (Animals), even a little bit of metal (Circles), and it all sounds fantastic. The flow of the album works very well too, as not a single song seems out of place, or out of order on the album. The production is immaculately crisp and a joy to hear, and when I say cutting edge, I mean it. This man pulls out every trick in the book, which makes sense, because he practically rewrote it from scratch when making ET. You'll be hearing new things on the third, fourth, and fifty-fourth listen of this album, because it was made to be experienced best in repeat hearings.
I can understand why people don't like this album, but do yourself a favor and listen to it first before making your own judgement. I think it's yet another great step in an BT's already amazing career.
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HASH(0xdc3c9a88) étoiles sur 5 Another Multi-Genre Masterpiece! 29 août 2003
Par Z. Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
BT once again has brought us something that chooses to expand our horizon and expectations with current electronic music. In this album, as with MISL, BT writes many songs that just can't be pinned down into a single subgenre - some containing either an eclectic sound or others just inventing new genres in themselves. However, if that doesn't do it for you, I guess the best way to describe the stuff you'll encounter would be a mix of trance (since, after all, BT was one of the pioneers of that particular subgenre), breakbeat, 80's rock, progressive, and acoustic rock songs. Yeah - it is quite the variety and you wonder how in the hell it will come together, oh, but it does come together EXTREMELY well due to BT's long history of classical music training (since the age of 4) and his expertise in programming and digital audio. My song recommendations would be Knowledge of Self (very similiar to MISL's Mad Skillz Mic-Chekka), Paris (a semi-trippy progressive style track), Last Moment of Clarity (Has a lot of roots in BT's ESCM days), and Dark Heart is Dawning (Similiar to MISL's satellite, but more emotional). This is a great CD and I would recommend it to anyone!
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