|1||Dr. Evil Edit|
Voice – Mike Myers
|2||The Very Last Time||3:42|
|5||Ignorance Is Bliss||6:46|
|6||No Future In The Past||4:46|
|7||The Time Machine (Part 2)||1:47|
|8||The Time Machine (Part 1)||4:54|
|11||Far Ago And Long Away||3:51|
|13||Out Of The Blue||4:55|
|14||The Call Of The Wild||5:23|
|2004320||Alan Parsons||The Time Machine (CD, Album)||CNR Music||2004320||Europe||1999|
|9902CD||Alan Parsons||The Time Machine (CD, Album)||CNR Music||9902CD||Italy||1999|
|UR 004 CD||Alan Parsons||The Time Machine (CD, Album)||Unique Records||UR 004 CD||Poland||1999|
|22 999932, 2004320||Alan Parsons||The Time Machine (CD, Album, RE)||CNR Records International, CNR Music||22 999932, 2004320||Europe||2003|
|2004320-4||Alan Parsons||The Time Machine (Cass, Album)||Galaxy Records||2004320-4||Philippines||2000|
- Conductor [Orchestra] – Andrew Powell
- Design [Cover] – Peter Curzon, Storm Thorgerson
- Design [Design Assistance] – Nick Stone
- Engineer [Assistant, Orchestera] – Wayne Wilkins
- Illustration – Finlay Cowan
- Leader [Orchestra] – Clio Gould
- Management [Isis Music Ltd] – Pete 'Nevada' Smith
- Mastered By – Chris Blair
- Music Consultant [Musical Associates] – Ian Bairnson, Stuart Elliott
- Musician – Alan Parsons, Ian Bairnson, John Giblin, Richard Cottle, Robyn Smith, Stuart Elliott
- Orchestra – The Philharmonia Orchestra
- Photography By – Rupert Truman, Tony May
- Producer, Engineer – Alan Parsons
- Vocals – Beverley Craven, Chris Rainbow, Colin Blunstone, Graham Dye, Maire Brennan, Neil Lockwood, Tony Hadley
Comes with a plane card insert instead of a booklet.
Album recorded at Parsonics, England, between January and May 1999.
Additional recording at Bair Studios, England.
Orchestera recorded at Olympic Studios, London.
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios, London.
Based on the works of H.G. Wells.
Beverley Craven appears courtesy of Epic Records.
Tony Hadley appears courtesy of Slipstream Records.
Professor Frank Close extract from: "Equinox - The Rubber Universe", a Union Pictures production for Channel Four Television Corporation.
Contains a bonus-track featuring Mike Myers in the incarnation of dr.Evil (who created a "death ray machine" in the movie "The Spy Who Shagged Me" named 'The Alan Parsons Project').
This Compilation © 2001 EMG Records
℗ 2001 EMG Records
- Barcode: 7340004180074
- Barcode (Printed): 7 340004 180074
- Matrix / Runout: TOCANO 2001 DK 45255
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP51
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2Z03
- Rights Society: n©b
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMG Records
- Copyright (c) – EMG Records
- Marketed By – EMG Records
- Published By – Parsonics Ltd.
- Recorded At – Parsonics
- Recorded At – Bair Studios
- Recorded At – Olympic Studios
- Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
- Manufactured By – Tocano – 45255
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Performer: Alan Parsons
Title: The Time Machine
Release date: 2001
Label: CNR Music
Style: Soft Rock, Prog Rock
Size MP3: 2757 mb
Size FLAC: 1974 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Record source: CD, Album, Reissue