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- Copyright fonográfico ℗ – Disques Dreyfus
- Publicado por – Francis Dreyfus Music
- Publicado por – Jean-Michel Jarre
- Grabado en – Clinton Recording Studio
- Mezclado en – Croissy Studio
- Masterizado en – Tape One
- Impreso por – PRS Hannover
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- Engineer [Mixing] – (pistas: A1, A2, B2 to B5)
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Some copies were also released with a folded 8 pages promotional newspaper called «Zoolook magazine» [Art direction by Mark Fisher (5) and Kate Hepburn, designed by Crispin Rose-Innes and Fiona Doulton].
Other German releases with cat# ‘823 763-1’:
[This release]: track B1 = ‘Zoolook’ & track B3 = ‘Zoolookologie’ on back sleeve and labels
Zoolook: track B1 = ‘Zoolook’ & track B3 = ‘Zoolookologie’ on back sleeve, Test press
Zoolook: track B1 = ‘Zoolookologie (Remix)’ & track B3 = ‘Zoolook (Remix)’ on back sleeve, but track B1 = ‘Zoolook’ & track B3 = ‘Zoolookologie’ on labels
Zoolook: track B1 = ‘Zoolookologie (Remix)’ & track B3 = ‘Zoolook (Remix)’ on back sleeve and labels
Recorded at Klinton Studio, New York. [Clinton Recording Studio in the database]
Mixed on Sony PCM 1610 at Croissy Studio, France.
℗ 1984 Disques Dreyfus, Paris.
© 1984 Disques Dreyfus, Paris.
Printed in West Germany.
Laurie Anderson & Marcus Miller appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Adrian Belew appears courtesy of EG Records.
The human voices heard on this album were created from recordings of speech and song. The original recordings were made in the following languages: Aboriginal, Afghan, Arabic, Balinese, Buhndi, Chad, Chinese, English, Eskimo, French, Gabonese, German, Hungarian, Indian, Japanese, Madagascan, Malayan, Pigmy, Quechua, Russian, Sioux, Spanish, Sweedish, Tibetan, Turkish. They were edited and transformed using different electronic devices.
Keyboards and electronic devices: Fairlight CMI, Emulator, Moog 55, ARP 2600, DX7, Prophet V, OBXA, AMS, Simmons SDS V, Matrisequencer, AKS, EMS Vocoder, Eminent, Doctor Click, Linn 1, Linn 2.
Special thanks: Bob Telson, Dominik Troiano, Kris Parker, Michel Geiss, AMS, Lazare Electronic, Music Land, Fred Bova, Denis Sergent, Nicolas Jiddings, Michael Sukin, Merril Wasserman, Jean-Pierre Lafont, and Sony France.
Made in West Germany.