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Christelle Ou La Decouverte Du Mal (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 636078) Strawberry Rain, 1980 — Condition: New Copy
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Weird and wild sounds from this early 80s French group – a set of tracks that supposedly each represents a different hallucination by a 6 year old girl! Given the sound of some of these cuts, we'd be more than inclined to agree with that claim – as most of the music is pretty darn trippy, often instrumental, and served up in a blend of heavy keyboards and spacey guitars – produced with a finish that's more mid 70s Germany than the early 80s recording date of the album – more proggish than post-punk, if you know what we mean! Titles include "Theme De La Drogue", "Theme Du Genie", "Proper's Reggae", "Theme De La Bagarre", "Flashes", "Depart Du Genie", and "Christelle".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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