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Mike Oldfield

Michael Gordon Oldfield (born 15 May 1953)[1] is an English multi-instrumentalist and composer. His work blends progressive rock with world, folk, classical, electronic, ambient, and new-age music. His biggest commercial success is the 1973 album Tubular Bells – which launched Virgin Records and became a hit in America after its opening was used as the theme for the film The Exorcist.
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2008: ''Music of the Spheres'' listen full album
2008: ''Tubular Bells, Part 1: Version for Two Pianos and ''
2005: ''Light + Shade'' listen full album
2003: ''Tubular Bells 2003'' listen full album
2002: ''Tr3s Lunas'' listen full album
1999: ''Guitars''
1999: ''The Millennium Bell''
1998: ''Tubular Bells III'' listen full album
1996: ''Voyager''
1994: ''The Songs of Distant Earth'' listen full album
1992: ''Tubular Bells II'' listen full album
1991: ''Heaven's Open'' listen full album
1990: ''Amarok'' listen full album
1989: ''Earth Moving'' listen full album
1987: ''Islands''
1984: ''Discovery'' listen full album
1983: ''Crises'' listen full album
1982: ''Five Miles Out'' listen full album
1980: ''QE2''
1979: ''Platinum'' listen full album
1978: ''Incantations'' listen full album
1975: ''Ommadawn''
1975: ''The Orchestral Tubular Bells''
1974: ''Hergest Ridge'' listen full album
1973: ''Tubular Bells'' listen full album