10 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

French keyboard master meets England's first homegrown guitar hero? It happened on the brash "London Kid,” which saw Jarre play the rocking string section behind The Shadows guitarist Hank Marvin's trademark twang. This is easily Jarre's most upbeat album, with live and programmed drums powering the rhythmic tunes. The title track is a pulsing, vocoder-centered dance number, while the bouncy "Computer Weekend" boasts an ELO vibe.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

French keyboard master meets England's first homegrown guitar hero? It happened on the brash "London Kid,” which saw Jarre play the rocking string section behind The Shadows guitarist Hank Marvin's trademark twang. This is easily Jarre's most upbeat album, with live and programmed drums powering the rhythmic tunes. The title track is a pulsing, vocoder-centered dance number, while the bouncy "Computer Weekend" boasts an ELO vibe.

Mastered for iTunes
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