(Reissue) 'Silver Face With Red Polydor Logo
Red Polydor logo printed on disc.
Comes with a 4-page booklet.
Recorded at Jean-Michel Jarre private studio on MCI-Studio Equipment and mixed at Gang Studios, Paris from January to August 1978
Originally released in 1978.
Ⓟ1978 Disques Dreyfus (a division of Francis Dreyfus Music)
Made in W. Germany by PolyGram (disc)
CD is manufactured by PolyGram in Hannover, West Germany (back cover)
Printed in West Germany by / Imprimé en Allemagne par Neef, Wittlingen · Made in West Germany
'Recorded on MCI-Studio Equipment and mixed from January to August 1978
All titles published by Francis Dreyfus Music
©℗ 1978 Disques Dreyfus (A Division of Francis Dreyfus Music)
Printed in U.S.A.
Also available on 8-track (8T-1-6175) and cassette (CT-1-6175)
All titles published by Black Neon Music, Inc. (BMI)
℗ 1978 Disques Dreyfus (a div. of Francis Dreyfus Music)
'Issue with (O) price code (on cover top left corner) and Dillard et Cie. Imp. Paris logo (on cover bottom right corner).
Some copies come with a 'Distribution Disques D.L., Kurvenstr. 17, 8006 Zürich, Tel. 01/60 01 01' blue sticker on back cover for the Swiss market.
Other releases with cat# 'FDM 83150' (CBS Distributor) are:
(O) code, no printer BR> CB 271 code, Dillard & Cie printer BR> CB 271 code, APEP printer BR> CB 271 code, IDN printer, Jarre face photo BR> CB 271 code, IDN printer, Jarre standing photo BR> CB 271 code, JAT printer BR> CB 271 code, Pastelle designer BR> CB 281 code, Imprimerie de Saint-Michel printer, Pastelle designer BR> CB 281 code, Imprimerie de Saint-Michel printer, Pastelle designer, yellow vinyl BR> CB 281 code, no printer, Pastelle designer, no 'Master digital' white box BR> CB 281 code, 'Master digital' white box, Pastelle designer BR>
Recorded on MCI-Studio equipment and mixed from January to August 1978.
© ℗ 1978 Disques Dreyfus
Fabriqué en France
© 1978 by FRANCIS DREYFUS MUSIC
℗ © 1978 DISQUES DREYFUS
FABRIQUÉ EN FRANCE
(Single) '(P)1978 Disques Dreyfus - A division of Francis Dreyfus Music.
(C)1978 Polydor Jnt. (sic)
Made in West Germany.
Jean-Michel Jarre played the following instruments: 2600 ARP Synthesizer, AKS Synthesizer, VCS 3 Synthesizer, Yamaha Polyphonic Synthesizer, Oberheim Polyphonic Synthesizer, RMI Harmonic Synthesizer, RMI Keyboard Computer, Elka 707, Korg Polyphonic Ensemble, Eminent, Mellotron, ARP Sequencer, Oberheim Digital Sequencer, Matrisequencer 250, Rhythmicomputer, Vocoder E.M.S.