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The Songs of Distant Earth is the 16th album by Mike Oldfield , released in 1994 by Warner Music . It is based on Arthur C. Clarke 's science fiction novel The Songs of Distant Earth . [2]

The album was released as a CD and, shortly afterwards, as an Enhanced CD of which two versions were made. Both versions' initial pressings featured an image of a manta flying in front of a planet on the front cover. The cover image was changed to one of a suited man holding a glowing orb with manta rays flying overhead. The second pressing of the enhanced CD (shown at top right) contains slightly more multimedia content, including the full version of the " Let There Be Light " video. The CD audio content is the same on all versions of the album. It was also released as a vinyl LP, which has become a rare item.

The enhanced CD content, for Apple Macintosh PowerPC computers only, was rendered on Silicon Graphics computers and used Apple's QuickTime II technology. [3] The re-release back cover lists the "CD ROM Track" as track 000 (where all tracks have a three-digit number), and a length of 0:00. Produced in 1994 it was an early example of Enhanced CD content. [4]

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The Songs of Distant Earth is the 16th album by Mike Oldfield , released in 1994 by Warner Music . It is based on Arthur C. Clarke 's science fiction novel The Songs of Distant Earth . [2]

The album was released as a CD and, shortly afterwards, as an Enhanced CD of which two versions were made. Both versions' initial pressings featured an image of a manta flying in front of a planet on the front cover. The cover image was changed to one of a suited man holding a glowing orb with manta rays flying overhead. The second pressing of the enhanced CD (shown at top right) contains slightly more multimedia content, including the full version of the " Let There Be Light " video. The CD audio content is the same on all versions of the album. It was also released as a vinyl LP, which has become a rare item.

The enhanced CD content, for Apple Macintosh PowerPC computers only, was rendered on Silicon Graphics computers and used Apple's QuickTime II technology. [3] The re-release back cover lists the "CD ROM Track" as track 000 (where all tracks have a three-digit number), and a length of 0:00. Produced in 1994 it was an early example of Enhanced CD content. [4]


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