- Audio CD (1 April 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Atmospheriques
- ASIN: B00004UBA2
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 363,815 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Another Mellow Summer Import
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There is also a strong beatles (psychadelic era)feel to the record. Some will find this offensive to the fab four yet most(as yours truly did) will find it refreshing.It is the type of album that you could find intially infuriating, but later learn to appreciate its merits. 'Paris sous la neige', the 2nd track, is the prime example here. At first the outrageous cheese of the song makes you screw your face up but after a few more listens your smiling and after more time you're running around your flat singing along. And for that to happen to me after not affecting my body with alcahol etc means that a song is truly special.The other tracks are not as upbeat but they have the same ability to change your mood, which is surely a special thing.
So thats the type of album this is. It is a regurgitation of the past yet is in its own way progressive. Not everyone will like it and it will not do very well commercially unless ad agencies and/or dance remixes promote the record.
Like a good bottle of wine, give this album time. One question does need to be asked--how long will this 'french revolution/invasion' in the uk last for?
this album is influenced by and related to in some way the following artists: bent'programmed to love': pheonix(single 'too young': album 'united'):air(album 'moon safari'):beatles(album'sgt peppers lonely hearts club band')
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