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United Kingdom (1992 – present)

Global Communication is an / duo, formed in 1992 at United Kingdom, and comprising of Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard. They are best known for 76:14, an album that sits alongside the likes of FSOL’s Lifeforms and Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works 85-92, as one of the high-points of composition within UK ‘ music scene.

They released under Global Communication moniker two studio albums: in 1993, their remix of Chapterhouse’s Blood Music, entitled Pentamerous Metamorphosis, and their mastepiece, 76:14, in 1994.

Also they issued few EPs: Keongaku EP in 1992, Maiden Voyage in 1994, The Way / The Deep in 1996, and The Groove in 1997.

To date, Global Communication released three compilations: a remix album entitled Remotion in 1996, a DJ mix album entitled Fabric 26 in 2006 (1/2 by Mark Pritchard, 1/2 by Tom Middleton) and in 2011 another DJ Mix entitled Back In The Box . They also reissued the studio albums: Pentamerous Metamorphosis in 1998, and 76:14 in 2005 (a 10-year anniversary remastered re-release, with additional content on a bonus CD).

As a duo, Middleton and Pritchard have also recorded as, Jedi Knights making , Secret Ingredients, The Chameleon making , Reload & E621, and Link & E621. Together they formed the Evolution Records Label and Universal Language Records Label.


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  • jessyrocker

    Big Fan Here

    24 Apr 12:49pm Reply
  • tre_pilar

    15 Mar 3:18pm Reply
  • Arkandast

    Группа про Groove. Первый альбом такой замечательный был, особенно композиция "9:39", а что дальше стало..эх

    12 Feb 12:12pm Reply
  • Hallshaster

    My wife and I used to slip on space suits and try to make love to their music. Only until after she died did I realize we could have cut holes in the crotch.

    30 Jan 7:29pm Reply
  • CornishGhost


    19 Jan 8:03am Reply
  • journik850

    An absolute classic ambient album. Phenomenal. I have a playlist with it and Selected Ambient Works Vol.2 on shuffle, it makes for perfect late night listening.

    29 Dec 2014 Reply
  • thepriselive

    thank you for sharing...really i good to see this.. @thepriselive

    22 Dec 2014 Reply
  • jakobdorof

    insanely good...

    22 Aug 2014 Reply
  • melodymann


    9 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Rakoontay

    I listened for the first time yesterday to the 76 14 and I liked it a lot. I'm going to have another listen, tonight.

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • miki_love_3000

    76:14 лучший альбом который мне доводилось послушать, Я до сих пор не понимаю почему он так не популярен.

    2 Dec 2013 Reply
  • pademide

    11 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Tim32

    Глобальные коммуникации — являются эмоциональным выражением чувств, передаваемых посредством звука

    10 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Kansas-Eskimo

    all those numbers look so cool don't they.

    9 Jun 2013 Reply
  • hayhook

    @vela there really aren't too many to choose from (at least as full albums.) I think the pentamerous is a great start. but with their multitude of aliases and side projects there's lots to dig into. the mixes I did on percussion lab will give you the full package, short of Pritch and Middelton's more recent solo outings and collabs

    13 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Epsilonphase

    I wish there was more :(

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • europunk

    15 : 56

    20 Sep 2012 Reply
  • m-saIami

    Long live Middleton

    13 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Ali-Red

    I wish there was more :(

    28 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Meltfore

    The recent news about Curiosity landing made me realize how much 76:14 makes me think of Mars. It's like you're the first man on its surface, all alone because the rest of your crew died in a failed landing. The communication systems are busted and there's no way back home. During the course of the album, you delve into introspection and eventually come to terms with your fate.

    6 Aug 2012 Reply
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