Deserted Palace

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Deserted Palace
JMJ Deserted palace albumcover.JPG
Studio album by Jean-Michel Jarre
Released 1972
Recorded 1972
Genre Electroacoustic
Length 34:09
Label Sam Fox Records
Producer Jean Michel Jarre
Jean-Michel Jarre chronology
La Cage/Erosmachine
(1971)
Deserted Palace
(1972)
Les Granges Brûlées
(1973)
Alternative cover

Deserted Palace is the first studio album by French electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre, released on Sam Fox Records in 1972. It is Jarre's very first full-length album release under his own name, released four years before his breakthrough album, Oxygène. It was an album of library music, intended for use in television programmes, adverts, films, and so forth.[1] It has not been subsequently re-released, although it is widely available as a bootleg. On 30 May 2011, several tracks from this album were officially released on the Essentials & Rarities compilation album.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jean-Michel Jarre.

No. Title Length
1. "Poltergeist Party" 2:16
2. "Music Box Concerto" 2:46
3. "Rain Forest Rap Session" 1:44
4. "A Love Theme for Gargoyles" 1:15
5. "Bridge of Promises" 3:19
6. "Exasperated Frog" 0:51
7. "Take Me to Your Leader" 2:00
8. "Deserted Palace" 2:27
9. "Pogo Rock" 1:08
10. "Windswept Canyon" 7:44
11. "The Abominable Snowman" 0:56
12. "Iraqi Hitch-Hiker" 2:32
13. "Free Floating Anxiety" 2:19
14. "Synthetic Jungle" 1:43
15. "Bee Factory" 1:00
Total length: 34:09

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