Substrata 2

A 20 track ambient album (1h 52m 8s) — released May 21st 2001 on Biophon Records (Norway)

Biosphere's 2nd CD for Touch after Cirque [Touch # TO:46, 2000] is a double CD in digipac designed by Jon Wozencroft. Due for release to coincide with the Touch 2001+ tour of the UK in May, the release consists of: CDOne - Substrata Originally released in 1997 on All Saints Records, this remastered version of Substrata contains 11 tracks with a total length of 55:20. ' many (the undersigned included) considered to be the finest ambient album of the 1990s' [Motion/State 51], and 'Three years after its release, BIOSPHERE's 'Substrata' is already being recognised as one of the all time greats of deep electronica.' [Top Magazine] CDTwo - The Man with a Camera contains 9 tracks, total length 53:32. The first 7 tracks consist of the soundtrack to 'A Man with a Movie Camera' [sic], originally commissioned for the Tromsø International Film Festival in 1996, released here for the first time. The last 2 tracks, Endurium and The End of the Cyclone, were originally released on the limited edition Japanese version of Substrata in 1997 - they have never before been released outside Japan. Biosphere will be appearing live in May, along with Fennesz and Hazard, at the following venues: 17 May - BRISTOL ARNOLFINI 18 May - BRIGHTON GARDNER ARTS CENTRE 21 May - LONDON QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL 24 May - GLASGOW TRAMWAY 26 May - NEWCASTLE PLAYHOUSE 28 May - SALISBURY ARTS CENTRE Biosphere discography: Cirque [Touch, 2000] Insomnia [Indigo, 1997] Substrata [All Saints, 1997] Patashnik [R&S, 1994] Microgravity [R&S, 1991] Cirque was voted Album of the Year 2000 by Intuitive Music'

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