- Performer Vangelis
- Title See You Later
- Style Downtempo, Synth-pop, Ambient
- Other formats DTS MP1 AU MPC AHX ASF AAC
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1445 mb
- Size FLAC 1998 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 199
See You Later is an album by the Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in 1980. It breaks quite violently with the style he had employed in the late 1970s and later, relying much more on vocals and being more experimental and returning (in many respects) to his early 1970s work like Earth or 666. It was never released in the United States, and is one of his rarest albums.
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See You Later" is in a completely different vein from vastly better-known Vangelis works such as "Opera Sauvage" or "Chariots of Fire". Perhaps only the track "Memories of Green" is widely known, and that mainly because of its inclusion in the "Blade Runner" soundtrack. See You Later" was released when synth-pop was freshly emerging as a respectable genre; the album reflects some of those contemporaneous influences.
Vangelis had used vocals on albums before, including on 1975’s Heaven and Hell, which featured his first collaboration with Jon Anderson of Yes, the group that the Greek artist had nearly joined the year before. In early 1980, during a period in which the latter singer was away from his main band, they released the Short Stories album and had a substantial hit single with ‘I Hear You Now,’ and worked together once again on the Vangelis album we reDiscover today, See You Later. Anderson featured on both of the closing pieces for See You Later, ‘Suffocation’ and the title track. The album never came out in the US at all, and is generally one of the rarest in the artist’s canon.
Vangelis' 1980 album also provides the rarest of all the Vangelis albums. Did you know that the See You Later album that we all know and love is not how Vangelis originally intended it to be? There is an 8 song test pressing LP of how Vangelis originally intended the album to be released.
See You Later Tracklist.