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Jean-Michel Jarre - Equinoxe Infinity flac album

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Performer: Jean-Michel Jarre
Title: Equinoxe Infinity
Released: 2018
Style: Synth-pop
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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Equinoxe Infinity is the twentieth studio album by French musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, released on 16 November 2018 by Columbia Records. It is the sequel to his fourth studio release, Équinoxe (1978), released forty years prior. The artwork was designed by Filip Hodas based on the work of Michel Granger, who also designed the original album. The Watchers (Movement 1)" – 2:57. Flying Totems (Movement 2)" – 3:53. Robots Don't Cry (Movement 3)" – 5:44.

French composer and electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre first introduced us to his Watchers concept on the cover of his fourth album, 1978's Equinoxe. It was a milestone of a release for Jarre, comprised of two suites of music themselves made up of varying movements that mix in and out of each other in a solid, constant motion. A performance of Equinoxe on the Place de la Concorde in Paris saw Jarre play before a crowd of one million, the largest concert gathering yet in history.

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Jean-Michel Jarre has announced that he’ll release a new album later this year. It’s titled Equinoxe Infinity and is the sequel to Jarre’s 1978 album Equinoxe. It’s set to arrive on November 16 – almost 40 years to the day since the original album launched. The cover was designed by Filip Hodas, which puts a fresh spin on the original cover artwork.

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