Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Jean Michel Jarre - Teo And Tea (2007) DVD5 DTS 5.1

Jean Michel Jarre - Teo And Tea (2007) DVD5 DTS 5.1

ARTiST...: Jean-Michel Jarre
TiTLE....: T o & T a
GENRE....: Electronic
AUDiO....: LPCM 2.0, DD5.1, DTS
ViDEO....: 16:9 NTSC
MENU.....: YES
SIZE.....: 2,75 GB


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1. Fresh News
2. T o & T a
3. Beautiful Agony
4. Touch To Remember
5. Ok, Do It Fast
6. Partners In Crime 1
7. Partners In Crime 2
8. Chatterbox
9. In The Mood For You
10. Gossip
11. Vintage
12. Melacholic Rodeo
13. T o & T a 4 Am
14. T o Et T a (Video)

Téo & Téa is a conceptual album by French composer and artist Jean Michel Jarre, published by Warner Music in late March 2007. The album was released in the U.S. three weeks later, on 16 April 2007. It is Jarre's thirteenth studio album.
The album tells, in musical form, a metaphorical love story of fictional cartoon characters Téo and Téa, two lookalike creatures (one male, one female) who meet, fall in love and spend one day together [1]. They are seen in the computer-animated video clip accompanying the title track.
The album was launched, in physical form, as an edition containing just the CD and also as a "De Luxe Edition" containing the CD bundled with a DVD. The DVD features the same tracks mixed for 5.1 sound, as well as the video clip for the title track in high-definition, viewable on personal computers.
Téo & Téa is of a more simplistic and playful nature than Jarre's previous albums and, like 2000's Métamorphoses, is dance-oriented.

Téo & Téa
Jarre released Téo & Téa on 26 March 2007.[73] He described the two computer-generated characters in the video clip of the title track as being "like twins", one female, one male. The album is supposed to describe the different stages of a loving relationship, and explores the idea that the length of such relationships is unpredictable. Its release demonstrated a move away from virtual instruments and computers that Jarre had been using up to that point; he instead chose to use a simplified range of devices, including several new prototype instruments. The album's cover was inspired by the David Lynch film Wild at Heart


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