Interior Music is a promotional album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, and released in as a special release for Bang & Olufsen in 2001.. The album was a demonstration disc that was to be played in Bang & Olufsen stores, and was to be released as a future album, but that never happened.
|Studio album by|
|Genre||Electronic, minimalist, experimental, ambient|
|Label||B & O|
|Producer||Jean Michel Jarre|
|Jean-Michel Jarre chronology|
The album consists of two long-form pieces. The first, "Bonjour Hello", is an audio collage of sounds with voices saying short sentences (including some marketing excerpts for B&O) in French, English and Danish. The second piece, "Whispers of Life", is an instrumental version of the first, with the voices removed. Although the CD packaging states these are excerpts from a new album, the album itself never released a full release. There is a limited supply of 1000 copies for this album.
All tracks are written by Jean-Michel Jarre.
|2.||"Whispers of Life"||25:57|
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