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Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis album

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Pentamerous Metamorphosis is an album by Global Communication originally released in 1993 on Dedicated Records. It was rereleased as a standalone album in 1998. Alpha Phase" – 16:39. Beta Phase" – 10:49 (mainly a remix of Chapterhouse's Don't Look Now). Gamma Phase" – 11:45 (mainly a remix of Chapterhouse's There's Still Life & Deli).

Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis. By: Chapterhouse (1993, Electronic). More albums from Chapterhouse: Blood Music by Chapterhouse. Whirlpool by Chapterhouse. View all albums . About.

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Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis (1993). Album by Global Communication. is a remix of. There's Still Life by Chapterhouse (1993). Don't Look Now by Chapterhouse (1993).

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Artist: Global Communication Duration: 16:47 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Global Communication. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Global Communication Epsilon Phase. Global Communication Chapterhouse - epsilon phase.

Label: Dedicated Format: CD Country: UK Released: 05 May 1998 Genre: Electronic Style: Ambient Notes: Chapterhouse: Blood Music retranslated by Global Communication into Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis. Tracklisting: 1 Alpha Phase (16:47) 2 Beta Phase (10:46) 3 Gamma Phase (11:50) 4 Delta Phase (10:14) 5 Epsilon Phase (11:26). org/ Server/Music 8/ VA e.

Title: Blood Music Pentamerous Metamorphosis. Download original 320Kbps, 14. 2 Mb, 61:16. Artist: Global Communication. Money online! Converting/Cutting. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org Global Communication.


Alpha Phase 16:39
Beta Phase 10:49
Gamma Phase 11:45
Delta Phase 10:41
Epsilon Phase 11:18


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DEDCD 013 Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(CD, Album, RE) Dedicated DEDCD 013 UK 1993
DEDCD 011S Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(CD, Album, Car) Dedicated DEDCD 011S US 1993
none Global Communication Blood Music: The Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(Cass, S/Sided, Promo) Dedicated none UK 1993
61702-44021-1 Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM) Dedicated 61702-44021-1 US 1998
DEDCD 011S Chapterhouse retranslated by Global Communication Chapterhouse retranslated by Global Communication - Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Dedicated DEDCD 011S UK 1998
61702-44021-2 Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Pentamerous Metamorphosis ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Dedicated 61702-44021-2 US 1998

Comments: (24)
going to be reissued, hopefully this year... 2019.. one of the very best ambient records...
that's awesome, do you know if they're repressing other global communication works? (76:14, the way...)
a very good source indeed..... was at a test pressing phase end last year
source?? word word word word word word word word word word word word
Little Devil
Repress this beauty on a triple disc with the last one being single sided. 10 - 17 minutes a side, would be perfect.
At least 10 words must be entered... NEED REPRESS LP !
I'm searching for a copy of this LP. Please contact me here or at [email protected] if you can help.
repress this please.. gf g. gf. bhf. g h h c
As reviewed by me in May 1994, a time when I used phrases like "techno-dub" despite having very little understanding of techno or dub:Summary: Good spacey ambient, not too thick, not too sparse, with enough creativity to keep you interested and it's easy to digest.Barely based on Chapterhouse's album at all, this album by almost-on-the-net youngsters Global Communication is a spacemusic odyssey, a bit weak on the melody but well-produced. Pentamerous Metamorphosis is an hour of ambient with a bit of techno-dub percussion and a lot of floaty, spacey textures that carry you along. I found this for only $8; what a steal. It's worth paying full import price for. Seek it out before it goes out of print and you kick yourself next year.
Steel balls
Top of my 'please repress this' list, along with 76:14. Not hopeful though.
Allow me to shed some positives on this release, in contrast to BDEE412's perfectly valid take on things: The mastering is excellent, crystal clear sound separation & clearly a dedicated, expertly executed session from John Dent @ Loud. The music- well, if you don't know, listen. No description can enhance nor convey what was meant for ears. As for the vinyl, 2x 12"'s, with 'no etchings or inscriptions' as per early GC releases- just to set it straight, earlier releases on their own Evolution records were something of a benchmark in novelty features- lock grooves, samples & oddly placed etchings- testament to the control an artist has while releasing on their own label. This project on the US Dedicated label sought to make available on vinyl what was previously scarce, and limited to CD. Its a mighty fine job. I'm sure had Tom & Mark been funding this entirely by themselves, it might have had that extra disk with one whole blank side of etchings. If I was in charge of finances at Dedicated, I'd also say no ;-) Heavy weight vinyl? Why? this feels heavy enough & sounds fantastic. The artwork fits perfectly, as a package it sits proud with the rest of the back cat. On the circles I have mixed with, this album is nothing short of legendary- exactly as it is. 10/10
Even though this is a nice release to own, I do have some negative commentary on the entire package ... it would have been better if someone at the label would've had enough foresight to add an additional piece of vinyl and made it a 5-sided release (with the sixth non-muisc side containing an etching or inscription [akin to some of the other GC vinyl releases of the 90s] or leaving it without a label at all - just, something different to add some personality to it), instead of cramming 'Beta Phase' and 'Delta Phase' onto one side of vinyl. There is never a good reason to cop out on quality or uniqueness, especially if it's a first/limited pressing of something that's already inherently special. This was pressed on standard vinyl weight, and should have been done with a heavier pressing.I really enjoy having these pieces of music on vinyl, but the label needed to invest a bit more thought/time/money into doing it up proper (and given it a bigger release). If someone at Dedicated insisted on not just throwing it on vinyl for the sake of doing so, then this could have become absolutely legendary.
On the 2nd plate sides C/B on matrix C/D - in photos on this page the same - anyone have the others - or it was for the full release?
Rich Vulture
Mine's the same (C/B given, as per images) so perhaps we can infer that this was indeed a typo which made it through to the final released version - I have no reason to believe that my copy is anything other than production run. Do the notes need editing to reflect this?
My copy says C/B on the second plate. Maybe this is the final released version of the label? Probably a typographical error. It happens more often than you think ...
Gamma Phase. The section that starts at 5:24. It practically brings tears to my eyes. It never ceases to amaze me how a beautiful piece of music can go right to your heart. It's an indescribable feeling.
Yes, agreed! Love "Epsilon Phase", as well. Such a clever use of Chapterhouse's lyrics in the track.
It is one of those rare start-to-finish gems. Absolutely stunning. Celestial, ethereal, out of this world. I never tire of listening to this and it puts me somewhere else, as I suppose all good music should. This and their 76:14 are must haves for anyone into ambient music. Having listened to this endlessly in my student days back in 1994 I finally managed to order the last copy in HMV in the UK. Had it not been for my friend and his eclectic tastes I would not have found this beauty. And we still can't decide if the metronome sound on Gamma Phase is footsteps or dripping water. I'm going to have another listen.
I'm pretty sure it's footsteps, hence the running away at the end of the track. =DSteevHoefchen
White gold
This was the first opportunity to own the whole LP almost in its entirity (minus a couple of Star Wars samples due to Lucasfilm copyright infringement). Prior to this release you could only get a promo 12 with 2 from the tracks from the LP. Unfortunately, it only came out as an American release and is still very difficult to come by. Whether on CD or vinyl, this album really is one of the best ambient electronica albums of the nineties. A classic of epic proportions and perfect from start to finish. One of my fave ambient/electronica LPs ever if not the favourite!
Virtually identical to the original 1993 release on Dedicated, except for one minor difference- the C3-PO sample from the film "Return of the Jedi" is missing from the beginning of track 2. (Removed, no doubt, following the George Lucas dust-up over the use of the name "Jedi Knights"...)
I love Mercedes
I stumbled across Global Communication by accident. Years ago I was into Trance/Progressive house and bought Dave Seaman's Back To Mine CD, not realizing it was a chill out CD. It blew me away. The one track on that CD that haunted me was Global Communication's Epsilon Phase. I downloaded the entire Pentamerous Metamorphosis CD. The first time I listened to the entire disc was very late at night, alone, in the dark. I was blown all the way to outer space and back. I have loved music my entire life and never have I ever heard anything like this. Every time I listen to it touches me deeply. It is the musical manifestation of emotion. I finally tracked my own copy down on ebay. I only listen to it once a month, so that the effect of the music remains and isn't lost in repetative listens. This is possibly the best electronic CD every created.
Among the Brian Eno's, The Orb's and the countless other amazing electronic ambient acts, there stands Global Communication. Anyone who's heard of them will immediately think of their timeless album, 76:14. However, Pentamerous Metamorphosis is Global Communication's and quite possibly the entire Ambient genre's, most valuable undiscovered treasure. As noted, the album is a re-working of UK Indie Rock band, Chapterhouse. When I say re-working here, I mean they ripped down all the key elements and created one of the most amazing ambient masterpieces of all time. Alpha Phase opens the 5-tracker quite nicely.Dark, grueling and nearly sinister in nature, its abstract beats chug the track along before reaching a piano infused crescendo, where the strings fly, the melodies soar and the complex rhythm guides the track along until all thats left again is the one note drone. Beta Phase pulls away and lets a lone flute guide the first the 2 minutes of the tune. Heavenly strings get dropped in and begin to give the track depth and feeling before they change up into an awe-inspiring melody before it all comes to together with a massive, bueatiful bassline pluck about halfway through which accompanies the strings as they guide you out of the tune. Business picks up again when Gamma Phase gets dropped in. Much like Alpha phase, it also packs a low, morose and eerie vibe throughout the tune. Abstract basslines and lithe effects fuel this slow track along with ease through the 12 minutes it runs. Delta Phase washes in and lush pads fall over the breath'y effects which pass as the tracks main rhythm. A cleansing guitar drops in followed by a deep bassline putting a very bueatiful spin on the tune while it continues on adding string elements which really compliment the guitar. Everything drops out halfway through and lets the eerie washover effects carry the tune before a bueatiful harpischord drops in. The guitar and bassline come back and the track continues on its merry way to its quiet end at about 9 minutes before it all fades down again ... After a track so carefree and thoughtful as Delta Phase, you'd think youve reached the end of the CD. When the truth is, the journey is still yet far from over. The deep, haunting main backdrop melody of Epsilon Phase begins and is soon followed up by an Alphorn, a very low horn-like instrument which is used to amazing effect here. As of this moment in the track, you feel your on top of some distant mountain, miles from any civilization whatsoever. The perfect time to drop in one of the most bueatifully arranged and haunting melodies I myself have ever heard. More layers get added on top before the track drops off and in sweeps in the only vocals used from the actual Chapterhouse album. They compliment the quiet break in the track very nicely. Over the next 2 minutes, subtle layers drift back into the track before it all explodes again in a brilliant sunrise of awe-inspiring melody and haunting vocals. The track continues to build before dying down 3 minutes towards the end, leaving the last bits of vocals and the same backdrop melody to fade the track which only leave you wondering just exactly what planet you were just on. Pentamerous Metamorphosis is THE diamond in the rough for any ambient fan. Simply one of the most overlooked and amazing albums of our time and simply put, if you have the ability to obtain this album, do so.
Had this since it came out and it is such a beautiful CD.Mine has a small tear on the top of the card sleeve which plays havoc with OCD when I look at it though...apart from that it is an amazing album and worth tracking down.
Chapterhouse Retranslated By Global Communication - Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis album
Performer: Chapterhouse
Title: Blood Music: Pentamerous Metamorphosis
Category: Electronic
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 384