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Jupiter And Beyond Infinity


Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1601 mb

MP3 album size:

1992 mb

WMA album size:

1680 mb

Other music formats:



4.3 ✱


Ambient, Trance

Date of release:


LCD - Jupiter And Beyond Infinity FLAC

LCD - Jupiter And Beyond Infinity FLAC


Jupiter And Beyond Infinity (39:50)
1.1 Cosmic Bedroom
1.2 Waltz Of The Lunar Bus
1.3 Starchild
1.4 Outer Sphere
2 A Little Girl In China 10:02
3 Tiruchchirappalli 21:31

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – DADC Austria


  • Artwork, Design – The Optic Wizard
  • Liner Notes – Mattias Löwhagen
  • Mixed By, Producer – LCD
  • Written-By – Conny Rytterlund


Produced and Mixed at LCD Studios march, 1994.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 391946 063895
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7391946063895
  • Matrix / Runout: LCD 21 A1
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
  • Label Code: LC 8433

Fairly good ambient music, I have listened to my cd many times, since I bought it by chance in London, some 16 years ago... The general problem is that in the nineties electronic music was in general quite baaaaad, compared to now, or before...
My friend kompressorkanonen is quite correct in criticizing the embarassing essay on the insert of this CD. It's a self engrandizing spew of pseudo spiritual, new agey hocus pocus. Yuck! However, if you just listen to the music, it's pretty darn terrific. It fits into the best of mid 90's ambient that was released on Silent, FAX, Hypnotic, and some other fine labels that are either gone or much diminished. In relistening to this CD, I am very impressed by music. Skip the liner notes.
I would disagree, at least partially. Because while the quoted text is certainly beyond embarassment, the actual music is rather good. What we have here is a piece of ambient music mixed with pulsating techno beats that keeps changing as the long tracks go on, shifting style ever so gently. In spite of the excessive track lengths I find it commendable that they manage to avoid cheese or boredom. If I would nitpick, I wish they would have scrapped the few annoying samples that appear in the beginning moments of the tracks, as they add nothing to the music. Blade Runner or an Indian guru really have nothing to do with this trip.
There's a very revealing essay inside the (appalingly dated) sleeve of this completely forgotten ambient techno disc of Swedish origin. I quote: "Ambient music often uses dreamy melodies driven by a steady drum beat allowing you to dream and dance at the same time. Body and soul. Everything is connected. I think the shamans would have loved it. Do you hear the rhythm? Like a heartbeat, lonely and strong, it gives life to your mind. Don't resist it, give in to the flow... " Well, by now you should have guessed it; it's not very good. Not at all.

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