Album BT - ESCM
Remix And Additional Production [Uncredited] – BT, Paul van Dyk
Strings Recorded And Arranged By [Uncredited] – Simon HaleVocals (part I) [Uncredited] – T.H. CulhaneVocals (part Iii) [Uncredited] – BT
|4||The Road To Lostwithiel|
|5||Memories In A Sea Of Forgetfulness|
Mixed By [Uncredited] – BT, Steven Barkan
Strings Recorded And Arranged By [Uncredited] – Simon HaleVocals [Uncredited] – Jan Johnston
Bass, Guitar, Drums, Vocals [Uncredited] – BTMixed By [Uncredited] – BT, Jason Corsaro
|9||Love, Peace And Grease|
Bass, Vocoder [Uncredited] – BT
|3984-20065-2||BT||ESCM (CD, Album)||Perfecto||3984-20065-2||UK & Europe||1997|
|3984-20065-4||BT||ESCM (Cass, Album)||Perfecto||3984-20065-4||UK||1997|
|PROP260, 3984-20065-2||BT||E.S.C.M. (CD, Promo, CD )||Perfecto, Perfecto||PROP260, 3984-20065-2||UK||1997|
|PRO-CD-8939||BT||ESCM (CD, Album, Promo)||Kinetic Records||PRO-CD-8939||US||1997|
Plain white paper insert with the title: BT "E.S.C.M." and tracklisting in black.
Plain white sticker on each side of tape with title as above.
BASF CEII CHROME tape.
ESCM initialism for Electric Sky Church Music is the second studio album by American electronic musician BT, released on September 22, 1997. Following Ima, Transeau branched out to create club anthems such as Flaming June, while also drawing inspiration from drum and bass as well as hip hop. ESCM also features Transeau adding live guitar, bass and drums to songs, as well as the use of a strings ensemble. 1 Firewater 2 Orbitus Teranium 3 Flaming June 4 The Road To Lostwithiel 5 Memories In A Sea Of Forgetfulness 6 Solar Plexus 7 Nectar 8 Remember 9 free to BT ESCM Firewater, Orbitus Teranium and more. 11 tracks 69:29. ESCM is the second artist album by electronica artist Brian Transeau, also known as BT. It was released in 1997. Transeau played bass, guitar, and drums on the album, provided vocals very stuttered, and acted as producer along with Steven Barkan and fellow electronica artist and friend Paul van Dyk. Brian Transeau born Brian Wayne Transeau on October 4, 1971, in Rockville, Maryland is an American musician who records under the stage name BT. Classically trained from the age of 13, he attended Berklee College of. His second album ESCM or Electric Sky Church Music, released in 1997, sees the artist polish and streamline the sound that made his debut album so successful, while also branching out into a number of other genres and styles. Its this variety that makes it such a landmark album both within BTs discography and the genre in general, rather than being a mere retread or worse, a strictly inferior watered down version of his previous album. Escm q&a. Producers BT. Writers BT & Jan Johnston. Additional Production And Remix BT & Paul Van Dyk. Copyright C, Phonographic Copyright P Warner Music UK. Publishers BMG Music & Old Gate Music. More BT albums. Continuing pretty thoroughly in Ima's vein, ESCM is another collection of ambient-progressive electronic music with as much interest in new age blissouts as dancefloor action. This said, ESCM is stronger all around, with a more varied sense of overall rhythm dynamics than the basic build-and-release trance climaxes that were the bread and butter of Ima. Opening track Firewater shows this well with its initial rhythm, a shuddering, slightly distorted tribal drum stomp instead of a straight pulse. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and is a music album by BT released in 1997. ESCM is ranked 8,047th in the overall chart, 1,464th in the 1990s, and 151st in the year 1997