In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Oxygene 1, which was released December 2, 1976, Jean-Michel Jarre released Oxygene 3.
"...The idea was not to copy the first album, but rather keeping the dogma of embarking listeners on a journey from beginning to end with different chapters, all linked to each other.
"What made the first Oxygene so different at the time, is probably the minimalist aspect, and the fact that there are almost no drums, and I wanted to keep this approach, creating the groove mainly with the sequences and the structure of the melodies only, through an architecture of sounds.
"When I did the first Oxygene in the vinyl days, I had a structure in mind divided in 2 parts, fitting the A&B sides of an album. This time I enjoyed doing the same: one side being darker, the other being brighter. So when I think of it today, Oxygene 3 has actually two sides..." - Jean-Michel Jarre
180g Clear Vinyl
1. Oxygene (Part 14)
2. Oxygene (Part 15)
3. Oxygene (Part 16)
4. Oxygene (Part 17)
5. Oxygene (Part 18)
6. Oxygene (Part 19)
7. Oxygene (Part 20)