|1/1||Jean Michel Jarre||Oxygene||Dreyfus|
|1/8||Jean Michel Jarre||Rendezvous||Dreyfus|
|1/15||Jean Michel Jarre||Equinoxe||Dreyfus|
|1/22||Jean Michel Jarre||Les Concerts En Chine Vol. 1||Dreyfus|
|1/29||Jean Michel Jarre||Zoolook||Dreyfus|
February's feature artist was Jonn Serrie.
|2/12||Planetary Chronicles Vol. 1||Miramar|
|2/19||Planetary Chronicles Vol. 2||Miramar|
March's focus was on the artist roster of Groove Unlimited, a label in the Netherlands.
|3/5||Kees Aerts||Slices of Time|
|3/12||Wavestar||Out of Time|
|3/19||Syndromeda||Circles of Life|
April's focus was on Hemisphere, a group on the Groove Unlimited label.
|4/2||From Inside the Cyclone|
|4/23||Beyond the Darkness|
May's Focus was on the early electronic music pioneers who formed the bands known as Kluster and Cluster: Schnitzler, Moebius, and Roedelius.
|5/21||Cluster & Eno||Cluster & Eno||Gyroscope|
June's Focus was on DAC Crowell, an unsigned ambient musician who can be found hanging around the Internet. You can visit his web site to find out what this Champagne, Illinois artist is doing at The Aerodyne Works.
|6/4||Darkness and Depth|
July's Focus was on Steve Roach's collaborative efforts.
|7/2||Steve & Roger King||Dust to Dust||Projekt|
|7/9||Roach, Kent, & Newby||Halcyon Days||Fathom|
|7/23||Steve & Vidna Obmana||Huizen Concert, Part I||none|
August's Focus was on Steve Roach to make up for the two weeks in July when there was no show.
|8/6||Steve & Vidna Obmana||Huizen Concert, Part II||none|
|8/13||Steve & Robert Rich||Soma||Hearts of Space|
|8/20||Steve Roach||World's Edge||Fortuna|
|8/27||Steve Roach||Dream Time Return||Fortuna|
September's Focus was on releases from Mirage, a Canadian label (now defunct, unfortunately) that specialized in electronic/ambient music.
|9/3||Imaginarium||Ma Ja Le|
|9/10||The Silent Shore||Robert Scott Thompson|
|9/17||The Ambient Eclipse||Various Artists|
|9/24||Frontier||Robert Scott Thompson|
Another OKTOBERFEST celebrated Galactic Travels-style! The October focus was on Manikin, a label in Germany specializing in electronic music and administered by Mario Schonwalder. Klaus Schulze is on this label so you KNOW there's going to be some Berlin School EM represented here!
|10/1||The Other Face||Detlef Keller|
|10/8||Future of the Past||Spyra|
|10/15||More Loops||Keller & Schonwalder|
|10/22||Script||Fanger & Kersten|
The November focus was on the compilations put together by the cooperative efforts of the members of GoldTri, an internet mailing list devoted to discussing EM and interesting, if less well known artists. GoldTri is a contraction of Golden Triangle, a musical landscape defined by three corners; Progressive, Instrumental, and Electronic.
|11/5||GoldTri: Volume One (disc 1)||Stonker|
|11/12||GoldTri: Volume One (disc 2)||Stonker|
|11/19||GoldTri: Volume Two (disc 1)||Stonker|
|11/26||GoldTri: Volume Two (disc 2)||Stonker|
The December focus was on Ian Boddy, a synthesist in the UK. He appears on his own label, DiN Records, and on many compilations in the UK.
|12/3||Symbiont||Ian Boddy and Andy Pickford||Something Else|
|12/10||Phase 3||Ian Boddy & Ron Boots||Groove & Something Else|
|12/17||The Uncertainty Principle||Ian Boddy||Something Else|
|12/24||Continuum||Ian Boddy||Something Else|
|12/31||Rare Elements||Ian Boddy||Something Else|
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