Arpanet is another thematic alias from Gerald Donald, this was the first album released under the Arpanet monniker. The very first track is 'The Analyst', it is a long monologue by a computer animated voice. The monologue is about what the future will bring us in terms of wirelessness. So, I will talk a little bit about the very last track; 'Wireless Internet'. This is the second beatless track on this album. The start of this track will wake you up anywhere anytime. But when the actual sounds of this track hit your ears you'll be in heaven for a little while. The deep, dramatic sounds will take you to another level. A great way to close down this legendary album.
BPM Profile Wireless Internet. Album starts at 109BPM, ends at 127BPM (+18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Arpanet. Quantum Transposition.
Arpanet - Wireless Internet The Analyst.
WIRELESS INTERNET (2LP). 2x12" Vinyl FR. Record Makers, REC005LP. illuminated displays. Released on RECORD MAKERS, AIRs own label, Former member of Dopplereffekt ARPANET grants us with a poetic & prophetic Kraftwerk type concept-album devoted to the revolutionary technologies of japans leading telecommunication company NTT DoMoCo. RE-PRESS! out of stock.
Arpanet would like to engage you in global thermoelectro warfare. OK, maybe no. The artwork of their Wireless Internet looks more like a report of some sort than a record; to the eye, "P2101V," "Devoid of Wires," and "NTT DoCoMo" look more like chapter headings than song titles. After wading past the conceptual slant and the throwaway introductory track that consists of a voice - a cross between Stephen Hawking, Twin Peaks' Man from Another Place, and the military supercomputer from WarGames - explaining the concept behind Arpanet, which concerns itself.