|3||As The Sun Kissed The Horizon||1:45|
|8||The Things I Tell You||6:29|
|10||Times When I Know You'll Be Sad||3:44|
|12||Sphere Of No-Form||5:56|
|sound 19||Biosphere||Substrata (CD, Album)||Origo Sound||sound 19||Norway||1997|
|thi 66033.2||Biosphere||Substrata (CD, Album)||Thirsty Ear||thi 66033.2||US||1997|
|TO50A||Biosphere||Substrata (11xFile, WAV, Album)||Touch||TO50A||UK||2006|
|BIO5D||Biosphere||Substrata (21xFile, FLAC)||Biophon Records||BIO5D||Norway||2017|
|FLCP-1009||Biosphere||Substrata (CD, Album)||Paradise Island||FLCP-1009||Japan||1997|
The first one hundred copies ordered from Biosphere's website were signed by the artist. 1,000 copies were first pressed in 2011 and more in September 2015. Additional run pressed in January 2017. All pressings are indistinguishable.
All sides pressed as a continuous track; there are no discernible separations of tracks on the record itself.
Track D is a bonus track.
Substrata 2. KudosRecords от лица компании Biophon Records Norway LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, Sony ATV Publishing, CMRRA, UNIAO is the third studio album by Norwegian electronic musician Geir Jenssen under the stage name Biosphere, released in 1997 by All Saints Records. It is Biosphere's first truly ambient album, and has a theme of cold, of mountains and glaciers, and of running water. Sounds of howling wind and creaking wood, although infrequently employed, create a chilling soundscape interrupted by sonorous but quietly suspenseful music. Substrata by Biosphere, released 01 December 2011 1. As The Sun Kissed The Horizon 2. Poa Alpina 3. Chukhung 4. The Things I Tell You 5. Times When I Know Youll Be Sad 6. Hyperborea 7. Kobresia 8. Antennaria 9. Uva-Ursi 10. Sphere Of No-Form 11. Silene 12. Prologue 13. The Silent Orchestra 14. City Wakes Up 15. Freeze-frames 16. Manicure 17. The Club 18. Ballerina 19. The Eye Of The Cyclone 20. Endurium 21. CD1 is a remastered version of the original Substrata ASCD33 on All Saints Records. Additional EQ's at Strype Audio. Remastered on 4 April 2001. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1997 Digipak CD от Substrata на Man with a Movie Camera - Biosphere. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Substrata Man with a Movie Camera. Исполнитель: Biosphere. 2017 dance. Listen free to Biosphere Substrata As the Sun Kissed the Horizon, Poa Alpina and more. 21 tracks 126:37. Substrata is an ambient music album by Biosphere, released in 1997 by All Saints Records. It is considered to be a classic ambient album, consistently in the top 5 in surveys on the Hyperreal ambient mailing list. Biosphere's first truly ambient album, it has a theme of cold, of mountains and glaciers and running water. Biosphere - Substrata review: the things I tell you will not be wrong. Occasionally interspersed with other records, Biosphere's Substrata was my go-to album for this occasion for the longest time. I'd have a paper due or some research to finish and send this album through the speakers to give me something to occupy my mind in the spaces when it wasn't occupied with something else. But something strange happened. I eventually began to notice that I was paying more and more attention to the actual record with each successive play through. Substrata album. Just better. Substrata is the third studio album by Norwegian electronic musician Geir Jenssen under the stage name Biosphere, released in 1997 by All Saints Records. In 2001, the album was re-released in a digitally remastered format with a second disc featuring a soundtrack for Dziga Vertov's 1929 film Man with a Movie Cam. Biosphere - Substrata 1997. To favorites 11 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Biosphere - Substrata 1997. Biosphere - As The Sun Kissed The Horizon. Biosphere - Poa Alpina. Biosphere - Chukhung. Biosphere - The Things I Tell You. Biosphere - Times When I Know You'll Be Sad. Biosphere - Hyperborea. Biosphere - Kobresia. Biosphere - Antennaria. Biosphere バイオスフィア Format: Audio CD. The layered quality of this album is pretty amazing, with both synthetic and natural sounds interwoven again and again into an aural tapestry that can only be described as desperately haunting. This album easily matches the best ambient from giants like Steve Roach, and in many respects, I think this album does Roach one better. Not a noise album at all, Substrata has bona fide musical composition just of a sort so odd and out of the ordinary that an untested ear might not recognize it at first. Certainly I didn't, and I like to think of myself as a hard-core electronic music