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Emotional Technology Edition limitée, Import

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  • Album vinyle (9 décembre 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • ASIN : B0000VJFLY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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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 le suit !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Accessible but not sellout! 11 août 2003
Par Stochastic - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
As a youngster, BT made electronic more accessible to all of us by adding lyrics (!--This was back in the '90s, remember, when electronic music was supposed to be "sterile") and giving his tracks a "hook" and a pop feel. You almost have to think that BT has done for electronica what Nine Inch Nails did for industrial.
This is great work. He's graced at least half the tracks with his own vocal work, which is fantastic, and added *gasp* guitars on tracks 9, 12, and 13. "Animals" is actually a POWER BALLAD, and a gosh darn good one at that. And the single, Somnambulist, of course, it terrific.
I'd say this is BT's best yet. My only criticism is that the boy has grown and revealed is warty adulthood with his various political causes in the liner notes. Sigh...I wish artists would just give the politics a rest. But amazing nonetheless.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Engaging Masterpiece 7 avril 2012
Par moesx88 - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Long time customer first time reviewing.

I can start by acknowledging that Brian "BT" Transeau is indeed a gifted musician, though it's been nearly a decade since this albu's release I became a fan two years ago with "Movement in Still Life" and his latest "These Hopeful Machines".
This album proves that creative people are free to do whatever they want with their material. I know some complained about not being fully trance. I dig the alternate rock track just as much as the trance tracks because he can indeed create anything he wants rather than limiting himself to the genres that he was famous for as much as a composer, singer or band can experiment with their music as they desire no one should completely let go of their roots....ever. This album proves my point, some tracks are fresh for any trance album but there also traditional BT tracks as well. Here are my opinions of the album track by track.

The Meeting of a Hundred Yang- 3/5 - At first I though I was hearing "Satellite" again until track 2 kicked in.

Knowledge of Self- 3/5 - The aggressive nature of his "Movement in Still Life" is still a recognized feature that I hope BT has not permanently abandoned.

Superfabulous- 4/5 - A hard progressive rock anthem I can's stop banging my head on.

Somnambulist- 5/5 - I first heard it in Dance Dance Revolution. That's when I first had interest in BT as an individual artist.

The Force of Gravity- 5/5 - A smooth trance/electronica with catchy "voice" refrain followed by an ethereal chorus in which really take with the flow of the chorus.

Dark Heart drawing- 4/5 - An engaging alt. rock track that one may not it comes from a trance composer at all.

The Great Escape- 2/5 - One of the lesser tracks that you may end up tuning out.

Paris- 5/5 - One that should be destined to be one of BT's signature track with it's touching lyrics, lustful singing tone, danceable beat, and musical quality chorus in which you can dance to and at the same you feel the inspiration and euphoria that it gives, especially if you know the lyrics. One to listen to when in eustress, when you're getting or doing exactly what you want.

Circles- 4/5- Another alt. rock track that kind of sets you away from the flow of the album. Enjoyable nevertheless.

The Last Moment of Clarity- 3/5 - Ant trance beat can become a great piece of music if the given time with it.

Communicate- 4/5 - Ditto with "The Last Moment of Clarity" only a little better.

Animals- 5/5 - Definitely a head banging alt. rock ballad that can completely fall in that category without much to do with trance.

The Only Constant is Change- 2/5- I it were up to me I would switch places with this track and "Paris" they keep making the classic mistake of closing albums with downbeat and sometimes rather uninteresting ballads, and would serve better as an interlude.

In conclusion, this album is an emphasis on true creative freedom and the mixed reaction from fans and critics is what proves the risks behind them I look forward to what BT is cooking up next. Buttom line: I thank Tiesto for introducing me to him and I really hope they work together again as well.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I give it 6-1/2 stars! 9 avril 2004
Par Stochastic - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have a decent CD collection (about 500), and this recording is my NUMBER ONE favorite, hands down.
What most people don't understand is that BT is a classically trained musician--he's not necessarily tied down to "electronic" or any other one specific genre. So if you are looking for straight-up techno or trance or whatever then this isn't going to neatly fit a category. If that will annoy you, then don't buy it. This is plain GREAT MUSIC regardless of what slot you want to put it in.
If you wait one more day without buying it, it's one more day of happiness you're missing out on.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 20 mai 2017
Par MR.X - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Good as expected.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 BT-Emotional Technology - Special Collectors Edition 26 décembre 2008
Par rose marie diedesch - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Well, that old saying "You get what you pay for..." certainly holds true with this CD - BT Emotional Technology Special Collectors Edition! What a fantastic CD if you are a BT fan (and quite possibly if you aren't!) I had previously purchased the regular BT copy of this same CD and it contained 1 CD AND different tracks (two of which I didn't care for - "Animals" and "Blue....." (something with Tori Amos, I also didn't care for). This CD has two different tracks on it - "Kimosabe", and "The Revolution" that are just not only AWESOME tracks, but a continuation of the whole theme of this CD. But the CD ALSO contains a bonus second CD disc with remixes of some more popular tracks like "Force of Gravity", "Somnambulist", "Superfabulous" and others...This is just a really good mix of music from BT that has both some more mellow tracks of his, as well as his traditional style music that is heard on movie soundtracks and the TV series CSI and such. It's a great CD to pop in the CD changer in the car and really crank up if you have one of those really boring communtes to and from work - or just a long monotonous drive somewhere. It will ABSOLUTELY make your drive much more pleasant! For BT fans - a "must have", and I would spend the extra money on this "special edition" copy (but buy it used if you can) and nix the regular edition (unless you really like Tori Amos' voice)....
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