Album artwork for Epsilon in Malaysian Pale by Edgar Froese

Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, issued as Ypsilon in Malaysian Pale by Brain Records in Germany, is the second studio album by German recording artist Edgar Froese, released in 1975. Epsilon in Malaysian Pale was recorded between June and July 1975, following Tangerine Dream's Australian tour, and was heavily influenced by the places they had visited whilst on the tour. David Bowie named Epsilon in Malaysian Pale as an influence for his Berlin Trilogy albums Low, Heroes and Lodger.

The album consists of two instrumental compositions, each originally filling one side of vinyl. The first, Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, is a Mellotron-based piece inspired by Froese's visit to a Malaysian jungle. The second, Maroubra Bay, is a more synthesiser-based piece named after a place in Australia.

Edgar Froese

Epsilon in Malaysian Pale

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Album artwork for Epsilon in Malaysian Pale by Edgar Froese
LP

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Green / Clear Marble

Released 18/06/2022Catalogue Number

3700477835057

Edgar Froese

Epsilon in Malaysian Pale

LMLR
Album artwork for Album artwork for Epsilon in Malaysian Pale by Edgar Froese by Epsilon in Malaysian Pale - Edgar Froese
Album artwork for Epsilon in Malaysian Pale by Edgar Froese
LP

£27.99

Green / Clear Marble

Released 18/06/2022Catalogue Number

3700477835057

Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, issued as Ypsilon in Malaysian Pale by Brain Records in Germany, is the second studio album by German recording artist Edgar Froese, released in 1975. Epsilon in Malaysian Pale was recorded between June and July 1975, following Tangerine Dream's Australian tour, and was heavily influenced by the places they had visited whilst on the tour. David Bowie named Epsilon in Malaysian Pale as an influence for his Berlin Trilogy albums Low, Heroes and Lodger.

The album consists of two instrumental compositions, each originally filling one side of vinyl. The first, Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, is a Mellotron-based piece inspired by Froese's visit to a Malaysian jungle. The second, Maroubra Bay, is a more synthesiser-based piece named after a place in Australia.