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1Hydroponic Garden
Voice – Yoji Ishida
3Artificial Island5:11
5Refraction 1.338:18
8Silent Running7:04
9MOS 6581 (Album Version)7:10
10Epicentre (First Movement)
Voice – Anna Andersson
11Central Plains8:07


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BLOOD149Carbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Cle)Blood Music BLOOD149Finland2016
inre009Carbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Ultimae Recordsinre009FranceUnknown
BLOOD149RCarbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, RP)Blood Music BLOOD149RFinland2017
BLOOD149Carbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Spl)Blood Music BLOOD149Finland2016
inre 009Carbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden ‎(CD, Album, P/Mixed, RP)Ultimae Recordsinre 009France2008


  • Artwork, DesignMat Da Kat
  • Mastered ByHuby Sea
  • Other [Tracklisting By] – Carbon Boyz, Vincent Villuis
  • Photography By [Original Pictures]Johannes Hedberg, Marie Hedberg
  • Written-By, ProducerDaniel Ringström (tracks: 1 to 9, 11), Johannes Hedberg (tracks: 3 to 7, 9 to 11)


Track 11 has incorrect duration on back cover and inlay. Correct in tracklist given here.

Tracklisting at Ultimae Studios.

Tracks 1, 2 & 7 to 9: Recorded at Room with a view - Göteborg - Sweden.

Tracks 3 to 6, 10 & 11 : Recorded at M.U.S. - Göteborg - Sweden

Released in Digipak.

© & ℗ on this album 2003 Ultimae Records
Made in EEC by D.G.I.


  • Barcode (Text): 3 760052 760204
  • Matrix / Runout: 41234 ['CompactDisc-Logo'] 0305039 DEXTON CBL - INRE09
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LH11
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4P32
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: SDRM


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ultimae Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ultimae Records
  • Distributed By – La Baleine Distribution
  • Distributed By – 3D Vision
  • Distributed By – NTT Medien GmbH
  • Distributed By – Chaos Unlimited
  • Distributed By – Wirikuta Distribution
  • Distributed By – SaikoSounds
  • Made By – Dexton Grams Industries
  • Recorded At – Room With A View, Göteborg
  • Recorded At – M.U.S., Göteborg



Hydroponic Garden by Carbon Based Lifeforms, released 25 June 2003 1. Central Plains 2. Tensor 3. MOS 6581 Album Version 4. Silent Running 5. Neurotransmitter 6. Hydroponic Garden 7. Exosphere 8. Comsat 9. Epicentre First Movement 10. Artificial Island 11. Carbon Based Lifeforms - Silent Running 23:24 05. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2003 CD от Hydroponic Garden на Garden is the first studio album by Swedish ambient duo Carbon Based Lifeforms, released in 2003. All music by Johannes Hedberg and Daniel Ringström. Carbon Based Lifeforms official website. Carbon Based Lifeforms specializes in a form of electronic ambience, but rather than drifting aimlessly through space, theres a pulsating rhythm that keeps it firmly grounded on this distant planet. The album is front-loaded with livelier tracks, featuring a heavy focus on percussion and varied melodies to carry momentum. However, as the album progresses, ambience comes to the fore and song structure falls by the wayside. Hydroponic Garden is the first studio album by Swedish ambient duo Carbon Based Lifeforms, released in 2003. Album 2003 11 Songs. Hydroponic Garden Carbon Based Lifeforms. Garden - Neurotransmitter - Carbon Based Lifeforms. MOS 6581 Album Version Hydroponic Garden, 2003 - Carbon Based Lifeforms. MOS 6581 Hydroponic Garden - Carbon Based Lifeforms. Neurotransmitter - Carbon Based Lifeforms Hydroponic Garden. Hydroponic Garden - MOS 658 - Carbon Based Lifeforms. Hydroponic Garden. Hydroponic Garden Q&A. More Carbon Based Lifeforms albums. Show all albums by Carbon Based Lifeforms

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Carbon Based Lifeforms
Hydroponic Garden
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25 Jun 2003
Ultimae Records
Acid, Downtempo, Ambient
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Tragic that the originals never released on vinyl. I think the remasters strip a few songs like Tensor for the worse, not to mention the original covers are amazing.
If you need physical, this is music made to be played on CD not vinyl (and I'm a vinyl freak).
The coloured vinyls are very limited and look amazing but mixing with the splattered would give me a headache - not sure how many black vinyl copies are in worldwide circulation - Heard there are some colour problems with the coloured vinyl. If anyone owns both black and coloured I'd be interested to know the difference in audio if there is any - But from personal experience with playing hundreds of coloured vinyls as someone I remember used to say - always bet on black :)Note .... all my three vinyl albums on Blood Music are poor vinyl quality pops surface noise and clicks. So please be aware before purchase am sending mine back
Carbon Based Lifeforms surprised everyone in 2003 with this release. CBL quickly rose from relative unknowns to having an ambient cult following; this is definitely one of the very best ambient albums in the past decade.Central Plains and Tensor conjure up traditional ambient images of walking through peaceful gardens, except with more emphasis on the acid. Both of these tracks are totally beautiful and enough to hook me from the start.MOS 6581, typically the fan favourite, is one of those tracks which you won't forget. A spooky sample overlaid with some great synth lines make this another wonderful track.Neurotransmitter makes me feel like a giant, walking in the countryside and taking huge, regular footsteps. This is really the peak of the album before drifting off into an ambient second half.Most of the second half isn't nearly as exciting as the first; in fact sometimes I feel tempted to start again when I get to Hydroponic Garden, the title track. It's got some wailing voices which tread a very fine line between lush and annoying.Anyway, Exosphere and Comsat are nice sleepy tracks which begin to pick up again, before Epicentre, which sounds like classical on acid - this is another beautiful track. Artifical Island is sort of haunting and makes you think what an Artifical Island is... does this music create an Artificial Island, for you to enter another realm?The album ends with Refraction 1.33, a complex and profound ending to a complex and profound album. Like really good ambient albums, this manages to create its own world - the Hydroponic Album, a land of floating trees and untouched beauty.
Not being a fan of current electronic ambient productions (do we really need yet another Pop Ambient, for example?), this album by CBL is a very pleasant surprise. Nothing like the "laptop ambient" so popular amongst some German labels, Hydroponic Garden harks back to the warm, analogue sounds of mid-90s ambient techno such as Higher Intelligence Agency, Mat "Gas 0095" Jarvis, and Global Communication. But with more 303s. Lots of simple but effective arps and melodies, set to soft breakbeats or 4/4 beats, shuffled hihats and so on (the first 6 tracks especially - but don't miss the 6/8 piece Silent Running, very hypnotic). Later on the beats take a back seat or don't appear at all, and even some vocals slither their way in. The best example of this would have to be on Epicentre (First Movement) - a very powerful, melancholic vocal line in this. Stunning stuff, overall. Best track = MOS 6581
An album that never seems to grow old. The first half of CD has a lot of acid beats over ambient vibes, while the 2nd half seems to lean more towards ambience. I've had this CD for over 2 years now and it still gets weekly play from me usually. 2 tracks have female vocals in them (Hydroponic Garden), but honestly, my favorites are the non-vocal ones (Central Plains!)
Pure ambient release. The pattern of most tracks is the classic mid 90s ambient one. Though there is a track that is really different from the others: 'MOS 6581'. The track has amazing flow and the whole feel is excellent. For me it's like it narrates a story, an exotic one from the past that you view it in a smooth & slow way.
Album that shows me how beautiful music can really be and although I've been listening to it almost two years now, it still sounds as fresh, when I first discovered it. When spacey, soft melodies start, they stay in the air and let you float with them in perfect harmony, although they sometimes they can sound kinda childish. There isn't a single bad song on this, which is the case with most of the Ultimae Records artist releases. I use this when I'm feeling down and want something to cheer me up or when I just want to relax on my beanbag with a cup of green tea. Wonderful ambient meditation at its best.
I'm seriously into ambient stuff now, so I spend much time listening to it (esp. while designing some work in AutoCAD) and much time composing in this style and experimenting with the substance of sound. Hydrophonic Garden became an interesting and surprising discovery for me. I realized that popular TB-303 which is widely known for participating in different trance, electro and acid tracks can sound perfectly as well in the most beautiful ambient I've ever heard. Album looks solid and it's too hard to name the "leading" titles. But I think, 'MOS 6581 (Album Version)' is recognized as a truly masterpiece, another favorites here are 'Refraction 1.33' and 'Comsat'. I want finally thank the CLF for such beautiful work and wish them good luck in producing more hi-q ambient... Alexander. Saint-Petersburg. Russia.
This is a solid ambient cd. It took a little while to grow on me, but all these 5/5 ratings are well deserved. Standout tracks for me are the self titled "Hydroponic Garden", I don't think a song can get much more complete than this. Very lush sounding, with soft breaks. Also "Artifical Island" is a wonderful song. Very different, minimal, cool use of sounds and a strange robotic voice repeating "artifial island" several times. It's hard to make out that's what is being said, but you can decipher it after a while.
Ambient acid. Good melodies, though perhaps a little too long. Think of Global Communication with a 303. Definitely one of the better ambient releases out there.
Another evidence for the high quality A&R of Ultimae Records. CBL perfectly adds to the portfolio of them. The atmosphere built by the soundscapes within this records are so peacefully relaxed and you feel like the music is surrounding you tightly, yet smoothly with its sonic arms. Great stuff for extended walks through a sunset lit forest. Or maybe just floating away lying on your sofa.
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