|1||Juergen Mueller - The Elusive Seahorse||0:02:15|
|2||Juergen Mueller - Oxygen Bubbles||0:01:40|
|3||Juergen Mueller - Lonely Voyage||0:04:08|
Listen to three tracks of 'vintage' electronics.
Jürgen Müller's Science Of The Sea is reviewed by Jim Haynes in The Wire 331 and is out on Digitalis. The story goes that Müller was inspired to create the album after a week spent with a film crew in the North Sea in 1979. Apparently he ceased to make music after Science Of The Sea and became an oceanographer, though to Haynes's ear "the album's sophistication points to a modern-day authorship". To read more on the mysterious Müller, head to the Digitalis bandcamp.