The North Pole by Submarine

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The North Pole by Submarine
The North Pole by Submarine (Bleep album - cover art).jpg
Studio album by Bleep
Released 1990
Genre Ambient techno, acid techno
Length 52:19 (CD)
43:25 (LP)
Label SSR Records
Producer Bleep
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Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

The North Pole by Submarine is the first and only album released by ambient techno artist Bleep. Bleep was the one-time moniker of Geir Jenssen, who is more widely known as Biosphere. Shortly after North Pole was released, Jenssen moved in a far more ambient direction with his music, and changed the name under which he released his new music to avoid any comparison with "bleep house".

The album was released on SSR Records (sub-label of Crammed Discs) and Tokuma Japan Communications music labels.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "A Byte of AMC" – 4:17
  2. "The Operator" – 6:09
  3. "Mr. Barth in the Sahara" – 6:18
  4. "A Fading Dream" – 5:05
  5. "The Conway Saddle" – 6:17
  6. "The Snake" – 4:49
  7. "Cycle 92" – 5:33
  8. "In Your System" – 4:57
  9. "Sure Be Glad When You're Dead" – 4:37
  10. "A Byte of AMC (The Wrong Floppy Mix)" – 4:17

Notes[edit]

  • The vocal samples are taken from "Azax Attra: Desert Equations" release by Richard Horowitz and Sussan Deyhim recorded in 1987.
  • The tracks "Sure Be Glad When You're Dead" and "A Byte of AMC (The Wrong Floppy Mix)" were not included on the LP release.

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