Immediate download of 9-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
12'' vinyl LP
12inch vinyl LP including a scratch for people who can't scratch. Perfect to make all those scums leave your house.
LP Vinyl 12'', avec une piste de sons à scratcher pour ceux qui ne savent pas scratcher. Parfait pour faire dégager tous ces squateurs de chez vous.
Also includes immediate download of 9-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
This is the first release in a serie that will focus on the most crazy dance tune. this record features most of the Ego Twister roosters and will set your dancefloor on fire (or empty it, depending of the kind of freaks you are friend with).
This first edition features most of the Ego Twister roosters along with a few guests. Puyo Puyo and Rod Dro‘d as Les Robots Musique open the record with Ta‘gaga Boucing, a techno‘d russian anthem to make you dance cyberbolcho‘ style. Debmaster follows with an entertaining mini-tuning techno track, "Auto-tampon", before Amnesie's analog bass apergios of "Attention à tes doigts petit lapin" (a usefull remind of the parisian subway dangers for rabbits). Yvan&Lendl then do the unexpected : breakcore meets switzerland traditional Youtze. And to really make everybody upset in the room, you'll be able to pratice some scratchs with the final track of side A : a collection of really stupid sounds provided by all the artists.
Side A made you dance, side B will turn your dancefloor in hell : Vernon LeNoir begins, with "March of the Wigs", a cut-up funky tribute to metal heroes and satanic recordings. [guˇÙm] then shout "FFFF*****!" and blows the tempo with a speedy 4/4 beat track, finishing in distorted breaks to achieve all the little clubbers. And if anyone still want to dance after that, just play LadyAtone "Bassine" and be sure that everybody will go back to their seat (or their home). And then, when finally completely alone, you'll be able to appreciate the quiet and nostalgic melody of Ergo Phizmiz "Mossage".
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