Aksak Maboul - Onze danses pour combattre la migraine LP

Onze danses pour combattre la migraine LP

Aksak Maboul

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Onze danses pour combattre la migraine LP £15.99


Aksak Maboul - Onze danses pour combattre la migraine LP

By popular demand, here's the vinyl reissue of the seminal album, recorded in 1977 by Crammed founder Marc Hollander with Congotronics producer Vincent Kenis. Audience interest in the music of Aksak Maboul has been constant over the years, and has significantly increased since last year's successful release of the band's 'lost' avant-pop opus, "Ex-Futur Album".

"Onze danses" is reissued with its original 1977 artwork. It contains a double insert with texts and pictures, as well as a digital download code for the album plus three bonus tracks.

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“One of the jewels in the crown of new European music... Intimist and mischievous, bouncy and velvety, brimming with inventiveness” (Le Monde, France, 1978)

“Moving from traditional dance motifs to modern musical riddles, the result simply defy any attempts at pigeon-holing.... music for your body, your head and your heart” (Time Out, UK, 1981)

“One of the most beautiful records ever produced... Aksak Maboul brought together every musical material which Europe had to offer, which resulted in a perfect, fresh and unusual masterpiece” (Tip, Germany, 1982)

"…celebrates the prescient aspect of Hollander's trajectory: he forestalled before everyone else the irrigation of cerebral, Pan-European electronic music by an influx of planetary influences" (Les Inrockuptibles, France, 2003)

"It's the steamy brew from which Crammed emerged… equally erudite and nutty, imbued with psychedelic visions and foreshadowing Detroit techno " (Libération, France, 2003)