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SIDE 1:
1. Industrial Revolution:
    Overture - 5:20
    Part 1 - 5:08
    Part 2 - 2:18
    Part 3 - 3:47
2. London Kid - 4:34

SIDE 2:
1. Revolutions - 5:01
2. Tokyo Kid - 5:22
3. Computer Weekend - 5:00
4. September - 3:52
5. The Emigrant - 3:56

SIDE 1:
1. Industrial Revolution:
    Overture - 5:20
    Part 1 - 5:08
    Part 2 - 2:18
    Part 3 - 3:47
2. London Kid - 4:34

SIDE 2:
1. Revolutions - 5:01
2. Tokyo Kid - 5:22
3. Computer Weekend - 5:00
4. September - 3:52
5. The Emigrant - 3:56
:
Jean-Michel Jarre – Synclavier, Roland D-50, Fairlight CMI II, III, Synthex, EMS Synthi AKS, OSC OSCar, EMS Vocoder, Dynacord ADD1, Cristal Baschet, Akai MPC-60: drums programming & percussions
Dominique Perrier – E-mu Emulator, Fairlight CMI, Ensoniq ESQ-1, Roland D-50/D-550, Synthex, OSC Oscar, AKAI MPC-60 programming
Michel Geiss – ARP 2600, KAWAI K5, Geiss Matrisequencer, Cavagnolo MIDY 20, Elka AMK 800, computer vocals on "Revolutions"
Joe Hammer – drums, Simmons SDX, Dynacord ADD1
Guy Delacroix – bass guitar
Sylvain Durand – Fairlight CMI on "London Kid"
Jun Miyake – trumpet and megaphone on "Tokyo Kid"
Hank Marvin – guitar on "London Kid"
Ney (Turkish flute used for Sufi rituals and Whirling Dervishes) played by Kudsi Erguner and Muezzin chant from Turkey
Computer vocals on "Revolutions" – Jean Michel Jarre & Michel Geiss
The Bruno Rossignol Choir, directed by Bruno Rossignol – choir on "Industrial Revolution", "London Kid" and "The Emigrant"
Mireille Pombo – vocal chorus on "September"
Female choir from Mali, directed by Sori Bamba – choir on "September"

:
Composed & produced by Jean-Michel Jarre
Recorded and mixed on Studer A820 Dolby SR at Croissy Studio, France
Sound Engineer: Denis Vanzetto
Technical Assistance: Patrick Pelamourges
"Overture" and "Tokyo Kid" mixed at Guillaume Tell Studio, Paris
Sound Engineer: Henri Loustau
Assistant: Philippe Cusset
"Revolutions" mixed at Studio Davout, Paris
Sound Engineer: Claude Ermelin
Special effects in "Revolutions": Francois Kervorkian
Computer voice designed by Street Electronics, California
Outdoor recordings and ethnic musical advisor: Xavier Bellenger
Muezzin chant from Turkey recorded by Xavier Bellenger
Francis Rimbert – additional synthesizer programming
Cristal Baschet designed by Bernard and Francois Baschet

Art Direction: Mark Fisher
Design: 4i Collaboration, London
Photograph: Oliveiro Toscani

:
Jean-Michel Jarre – Synclavier, Roland D-50, Fairlight CMI II, III, Synthex, EMS Synthi AKS, OSC OSCar, EMS Vocoder, Dynacord ADD1, Cristal Baschet, Akai MPC-60: drums programming & percussions
Dominique Perrier – E-mu Emulator, Fairlight CMI, Ensoniq ESQ-1, Roland D-50/D-550, Synthex, OSC Oscar, AKAI MPC-60 programming
Michel Geiss – ARP 2600, KAWAI K5, Geiss Matrisequencer, Cavagnolo MIDY 20, Elka AMK 800, computer vocals on "Revolutions"
Joe Hammer – drums, Simmons SDX, Dynacord ADD1
Guy Delacroix – bass guitar
Sylvain Durand – Fairlight CMI on "London Kid"
Jun Miyake – trumpet and megaphone on "Tokyo Kid"
Hank Marvin – guitar on "London Kid"
Ney (Turkish flute used for Sufi rituals and Whirling Dervishes) played by Kudsi Erguner and Muezzin chant from Turkey
Computer vocals on "Revolutions" – Jean Michel Jarre & Michel Geiss
The Bruno Rossignol Choir, directed by Bruno Rossignol – choir on "Industrial Revolution", "London Kid" and "The Emigrant"
Mireille Pombo – vocal chorus on "September"
Female choir from Mali, directed by Sori Bamba – choir on "September"

:
Composed & produced by Jean-Michel Jarre
Recorded and mixed on Studer A820 Dolby SR at Croissy Studio, France
Sound Engineer: Denis Vanzetto
Technical Assistance: Patrick Pelamourges
"Overture" and "Tokyo Kid" mixed at Guillaume Tell Studio, Paris
Sound Engineer: Henri Loustau
Assistant: Philippe Cusset
"Revolutions" mixed at Studio Davout, Paris
Sound Engineer: Claude Ermelin
Special effects in "Revolutions": Francois Kervorkian
Computer voice designed by Street Electronics, California
Outdoor recordings and ethnic musical advisor: Xavier Bellenger
Muezzin chant from Turkey recorded by Xavier Bellenger
Francis Rimbert – additional synthesizer programming
Cristal Baschet designed by Bernard and Francois Baschet

Art Direction: Mark Fisher
Design: 4i Collaboration, London
Photograph: Oliveiro Toscani

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