BT's second album (ESCM) is easily his best album of all time. An acronym for Electric Sky Church Music, this is the only music I've ever heard that has managed to successfully convey the feeling of being in nature and getting that "big sky" feeling. Definitely a must-have album. After this album he drifted into the whole "guest rappers rapping over his music" thing and made everything sound as commercial as it could. I'd recommend avoiding this period (Movement In Still Life, Emotional Technology, This Binary Universe, These Hopeful Machines).
ESCM - BT. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.
Brian Transeau should need no introduction for trance fans or even general electronic music enthusiasts. Throughout the early ‘90s he created and co-created a variety of tunes under a number of different names and projects and went on to achieve moderate success in the UK club scene.
As the album continues, hints of polite if active drum and bass influences and other recent beat touches crop up on other tracks even as the more familiar techno beats kick in, while quirky, abrupt synth stabs lend a slightly retro air to the proceedings as well.
BT. 2018 Original Motion Picture Score.
ESCM is the second artist album by electronica artist Brian Transeau, also known as BT. It was released in 1997. Transeau played bass, guitar, and drums on the album, provided vocals (very stuttered), and acted as producer along with Steven Barkan and fellow electronica artist and friend Paul van Dyk. Tracklist.
Album · 1997 · 10 Songs. Released: Sep 22, 1997. 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd. More By BT. See All. Emotional Technology.
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Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HaleVocals [Part I] – T.H. CulhaneVocals [Part Iii] – BT
Remix, Producer [Additional] – BT, Paul van Dyk
|A4||The Road To Lostwithiel||8:36|
|A5||Memories In A Sea Of Forgetfulness
Mixed By – BT, Steve Barkan*Written-By – BT, T.H. Culhane
Bass, Guitar, Drums, Vocals – BTMixed By – BT, Jason Corsaro
Bass, Vocoder – B. Transeau*
Arranged By [Strings] – Simon HaleGuitar [Flamenco] – Vini ReillyVocals – Jan JohnstonWritten-By – B. Transeau*, Jan Johnston
|B4||Love, Peace And Grease||5:21|
|B5b||Flaming June (Reprise)||1:13|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
- Art Direction – Blue Source
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Photography By [Landscape] – Páll Stefánsson
- Photography By [Portrait] – Davies & Davies
- Producer, Engineer – Brian Transeau
- Sequenced By – Andy Gray, BT
- Written-By – Brian Transeau (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7, 9, 10)
NotesTrack B5 is 10:51 and contains a hidden track after 'Content' at 9:38 which is a beatless reprise of 'Flaming June'.
℗ 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd. © 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd.
Made in Germany by Warner Manufacturing Europe
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 639842006545
- Label Code: LC1557
- Distribution Code: EW 491
|3984-20065-2||BT||ESCM (CD, Album)||Perfecto||3984-20065-2||UK & Europe||1997|
|PROP260, 3984-20065-2||BT||E.S.C.M. (CD, Promo, CD )||Perfecto, Perfecto||PROP260, 3984-20065-2||UK||1997|
|none||BT||ESCM (Cass, Promo)||Perfecto||none||UK||1997|
|PRO-CD-8939||BT||ESCM (CD, Album, Promo)||Kinetic Records||PRO-CD-8939||US||1997|