Links to the largest fan sites are listed here. These sites cover a variety of different topics relating to Vangelis' music, and are distinguished by their original content (i.e. they do not compile or edit content from other sites):
A site dedicated to Vangelis collectibles, from vinyl records, audio CDs, videotapes, and video discs. It displays hundreds of image scans of releases, alternative prints, rarities, collaborations, foreign prints, re-issues, cover versions, etc. all supplied with their catalog numbers.
A site with comprehensive lists of Vangelis' works and projects, whether released on record, composed for film, or otherwise. The works are presented using a time line which is useful when doing research. The site also delves deeper into the details of a number of topics, such as the works of Frederic Rossif, and the numerous Vangelis collaborations with other artists.
A site dedicated to the lyrics of the songs of which Vangelis composed music for. It also has an extensive collaborations section where it goes into details about these songs.
A site with extensive information on bootlegs and the privately fan-made burned CDs that contains rare or unreleased music by Vangelis.
A site dedicated to Vangelis' former recording studio in London. The site has an introduction to Vangelis with a particular focus towards the Nemo Studios releases. It also includes photo galleries and articles, as well as a biography in Greek.
Vangelis' official domain since 1996, but never developed beyond its original anouncement.
Links to other Vangelis fan sites in no particular order
A Korean fan site (formally the site of albedo.hihome.com)
A site providing a glimpse of Vangelis' works with past collaborators. It includes photos, film posters, and quotes by Vangelis excerpted from interviews.
A Japanese site called "Page Of Vangelis" with information and images, and a brief section on collaborations. Last updated in 2003.
A Spanish site with background information.
Gilles Bédard interview with Vangelis, originally published in the French magazine "Son Hi-Fi", September 1982.
A site in Czech where most of its material stolen from other sites. Last updated in 2000.
A site in Norwegian with some album reviews. Last updated in 1998.
US Radio program Echoes recommends 10 essential Vangelis albums. Published in 2010.
An article published in British magazine Sound on Sound on Vangelis' Nemo studio. Published in 1997.
An interview with Michel Huygen of Neuronium discussing Vangelis. Published in 1993.
A blog dedicated to New Age Music with reviews and interviews.
The main page of the Vangelis web-ring. It contains a list of interconnected Vangelis fan sites.
Links to exclusive online interviews or music.
Half an hour video interview with Vangelis, broadcast in January 2012.
Vangelis wrote a trio of original compositions to celebrate the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft and its successful mission of softlanding on a comet. Posted in 2014
Vangelis contributed original music for NASA's Juno spacecraft showing images of Earth and its moon as June flew past Earth. Published in 2013
A short article and an interview with Vangelis on his work Mythodea officially chosen by NASA for its Mars Odyssey Mission. Posted in 2001.
An online interview with Vangelis on his film score to Alexander. Published in 2004
A short interview with Vangelis during the release of Blade Runner Trilogy. Published in 2007.
And another short interview with Vangelis during the release of Blade Runner Trilogy. Published in 2007.
This Direct e-mail mailing list, maintained by Keith Gregoire and Antony Novo, is entirely devoted to Vangelis. The list started life in the early 1990s and was named as the 'Direct' mailing list.
After the list was moved to Yahoo it is known today as the 'Direct List' and it currently has over 600 subscribed members.
The easiest way to subscribe or unsubscribe to the mailing list is to go the Vangelis Yahoo Groups homepage at: launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/Vangelis/ and subscribe to the list after following a few steps.
Alternatively, you can also subscribe in the old fashioned way by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an automated message with further instructions.
Once subscribed you can contribute your post to it by mailing email@example.com. Or if you prefer via the web interface. You can unsubscribe from the list by e-mail if you like by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or again, you can unsubscribe using the web interface.
The Dutch-based company Groove Unlimited is an online shop that offers for sale some of the more rare Vangelis CDs. Ships worldwide.
Esprit is a big store based in the UK that specializes in collectibles and rarities; they have some Vangelis items available for sale. Ships worldwide.
Buy second-hand music from global mega CD-and-LP marketplaces.
Buy second-hand music from global mega GEMM marketplaces.
A news-group especially created for discussing topics relating Vangelis' music. However, it has been effectively inactive for many years. You can search the archive at groups.google.com/group/alt.music.vangelis/topics.
The Internet Movie Database is a community-based site that online users can add and list Vangelis' works featured in films. However the list is not always correct as often mistakes creep in. Note the "filmography" section may also list films that use a previously released track as background music. Sometimes this is misleading as it implies that those films include original new music by Vangelis when they are not.
A community-based site that lists Vangelis' releases from around the world. The entries are contributed by online users.
A web page with information on a minor planet named after Vangelis. It includes a daily graphic on the object's position.
NASA's own tracking of the minor planet Vangelis with more extensive tracking.
A web site dedicated to Blade Runner including its music.
A site in Italian about Aphrodite's Child. Site is regularly updated.
Frederick Rousseau has been assisting Vangelis on several projects for the last 20 years. Frederick is also a solo musician with solo albums of his own.
Punk rock star Cherry Vanilla's voice is featured on "See You Later" and the "My Love" single. She currently works for Vangelis management.