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Giant Steps - 30th Anniversary Edition

    The Boo Radleys reveal a vinyl reissue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their nineties genre-hopping masterpiece “Giant Steps”.

    NME’s 1993 Album Of The Year, named in the Top 20 of Pitchfork’s The 50 Best Shoegaze Albums of All Time and lauded as one of 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, The Boo Radleys’ classic album, Giant Steps is reissued, on special remastered vinyl almost 30 years to the day since its original release. The band’s genre-ambiguous and widely-acclaimed masterpiece will become available to fans old and new.

    Only the second of their five albums to be released on the legendary Creation Records, at a time when label mates including Slowdive, Teenage Fanclub and Ride were also casting long shadows across the indie landscape, pre-the Oasis hurricane making landfall at the label, Giant Steps broke into the canon of great, experimental rock albums soon after its release. It’s first single, Lazarus, issued as a standalone release in November 1992, its blend of brass and guitar-squall and acutely introspective lyrics, gave a hint of what was to come and remains lodged in the band’s most-loved and best-known songs. For the 2023 reissue, Lazarus’ 12” version appears on the all-formats track listing for the first time.

    Recorded at London’s Protocol Studios, where Carr and Brown took on self-production duties with support from engineer, Andy Wilkinson, The Boo Radleys set about responding to their shared sense of dissatisfaction with their 1992 album, Everything’s Alright Forever. Free to do as they please, they set about making a record of complete artistic freedom, bringing in reggae (Upon 9th And Fairchild), dance (Rodney King) and irresistible, warped indie pop (Barney And Me) influences into the studio and, without limitation, weaved them into the satisfyingly complex fabric of Giant Steps. Snapshot incidentals, intermissions and between-radio-station static intro/outros added to the sense of unrestrained exploration.

    Writing about the album, drummer, Cieka reflected on Giant Steps, stating: “Creation loved it, people's reactions seemed really positive. I do listen to it from time to time and still find great moments I’d forgotten about. I think it stands up pretty well today. I'm always left feeling happy to have been a part of the record.”

    "Wow, now THIS is what music can be!" – The Quietus on Giant Steps.
    “It deserved the accolades and praise heaped on its shoulders.” – The Line of Best Fit.
    “A masterwork...” – Pitchfork.


    A1 I Hang Suspended
    A2 Upon 9th & Fairchild
    A3 Wish I Was Skinny
    A4 Leaves And Sand
    B1 Butterfly McQueen
    B2 Rodney King (Song For Lenny Bruce)
    B3 Thinking Of Ways
    B4 Barney (…and Me)
    C1 Spun Around
    C2 If You Want It, Take It
    C3 Best Lose The Fear
    C4 Take The Time Around
    C5 Lazurus
    D1 One Is For
    D2 Run My Way Runway
    D3 I’ve Lost The Reason
    D4 The White Noise Revisited

    18 Lazarus (Saint Etienne Remix)
    19 Rodney King (Saint Etienne Remix)
    20 Peachy Keen

    Various Artists

    Lounge Psychédélique (The Best Of Lounge & Exotica 1954-2022)

      ‘Lounge Psychédélique’ takes you on a journey into the world of Lounge, Exotica and Space Age Bachelor Pad Music, from its early days in the 1950s and 1960s to the current crop of artists championing the Lounge & Exotica sounds today. Compiled by Spencer Hickman & Mark McQuillan for Two-Piers

      ‘Lounge Psychédélique (The Best of Lounge & Exotica 1954-2022)’ is the third instalment in the Psychédélique Compilation series on Two-Piers, following the critically acclaimed ‘Pop Psychédélique (The Best of French Psychedelic Pop 1964-2019)’ and ‘Garage Psychédélique (The Best of Garage Psych and Pzyk Rock 1965-2019)’.

      ‘Lounge Psychédélique’ brings together the sounds of Easy Listening, Soundtrack Instrumentals, Exotica, Jazz, Psychedelic, and Space Age sounds all under the umbrella of Lounge Music. The compilation includes legends of the Lounge and Exotica scene, such as Martin Denny, Yma Sumac, Mel Tormé, Herb Alpert, and Les Baxter, alongside legendary composers Hugo Montenegro, Lalo Schifrin, Michael Giacchino. Add some Lounge Jazz from Cal Tjader and the Latin Bossa Nova of Quincy Jones. Then throw in some beautiful oddities from Leonard Nimoy, Pizzicato Five and Mort Garson. Next, mix in some Lounge-Mod moments from Dave Pike and Jack Trombey, KPM library classics from Alan Hawkshaw and Keith Mansfield, and finish with some brilliant modern-day exponents of the Exotica sound Los Bitchos, Ixtaheule and the Percussive Funk Moog party sounds of The Bongolian. The result is a fun and crazy ride through the world of Lounge Music which will bring a smile to your face and a spring to your step. So raise a cocktail glass to ‘Lounge Psychédélique (The Best of Lounge & Exotica 1954-2022) – a sheer joy from start to finish!

      ‘Lounge Psychédélique’ isn’t meant to be a ‘crate diggers’ album or a compilation of obscure, hard-to-find tracks to outdo your mates. Instead, it is intended to celebrate the Lounge scene and, hopefully, the perfect introduction to this fantastic and beautiful music for any newcomers out there. So let your journey into Lounge and Exotica begin here….


      Vinyl Tracklist:
      A1. Leonard Nimoy – Music To Watch Space Girls By
      A2. Martin Denny – The Enchanted Isle
      A3. Yma Sumac – Gopher
      A4. The Bongolian – B-Boy Toga Party
      A5. Los Bitchos – The Link Is About To Die
      A6. Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – The Lonely Bull (El Solo Toro)
      A7. Michael Giacchino & Nouvelle Modernica Orchestra – Sidereal Day: 3 (Instrumental)
      B1. Mel Tormé – Sunshine Superman
      B2. Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 – Mais Que Nada
      B3. Lalo Schifrin – Lalo’s Bossa Nova
      B4. Quincy Jones – Black Orpheus (Manha De Carnaval)
      B5. Les Baxter & 101 Strings Orchestra – Tropicando
      B6. Pizzicato Five - ǚ

      Various Artists

      Waves Of Distortion (The Best Of Shoegaze 1990-2022)

        Two-Piers, the label that brought you ‘Pop Psychédélique (The Best of French Psychedelic Pop 1964-2019)’, ‘Garage Psychédélique (The Best of Garage Psych and Pzyk Rock 1965-2019)’ and ‘Music for the Stars (Celestial Music 1960-1979)’ bring you ‘Waves of Distortion (The Best of Shoegaze 1990-2022), a magical journey through the history of the Shoegaze scene from its inception to the current exponents on the scene championing the sound. A perfect introduction to all that is glorious and great about ‘Shoegaze’, and if it takes the listener down a rabbit warren to discover more then job done

        ‘Waves of Distortion’ brings in some of the OG (original ’gazer) classics – Ride’s peerless ‘Vapour Trail’, Lush’s ‘Sweetness and Light’ from 1990 and Chapterhouse’s ‘Pearl’ from 1991. They are all incredible and timeless tunes. Then there are some others that were never really a part of that other great music press construct, The Scene That Celebrates Itself, in the case of The Telescopes and their fantastic 1991 single ‘Flying’, and Spirea X’s ‘Chlorine Dream’ from the same year – both are indicative of the post-rave psychedelia that coloured everything at the time and fit perfectly within the Shoegaze scene at the time.

        Once we get to 1992, there’s a bit of a gap in the chronology as shoegaze was all too hastily dismissed in the country that birthed it, ignored in favour of grunge and then Britpop, the feedback fading away along with the bands that made it. But something amazing happened. when the s-word was used elsewhere in the world, rather than having negative connotations, it was merely a descriptive term. So, the flame was kept burning in the most unlikely places, waiting for everyone else to catch up once again. It’s no surprise, then, that there are bands on this compilation from America (Ringo Deathstarr, Beach House), Australia (Lowtide, Flyying Colours), Sweden (Echo Ladies) and everywhere in between.

        Since the turn of the century, successive generations have returned to the sound, taking it to new and exciting places. Thanks to the internet and streaming and listening to music without context the echo got louder and louder. The original scene may have morphed into a myriad of things, from acoustic Americana to ambient techno and post-rock (as evidenced by Mogwai, who appear here with ‘Kids Will Be Skeletons’), but it was only a matter of time before things came full circle. However it was Slowdive’s reunion six years later that finally made people sit up and take notice. There were scores to settle, too. The backlash Slowdive had faced the first time around went beyond mere music criticism into outright hatred. Their return and self-titled album from 2017 somehow managed to be their best yet and one of the finest examples of the genre to date. It brought in yet another generation of fans – the likes of bdrmm and Horsegirl, both included here, weren’t even born when Slowdive first existed, they were discovering them anew.

        So, it’s fitting that this compilation begins with ‘Slowdive’s opener, ‘Slomo’. Neil Halstead and Christian Savill’s chiming guitars seemingly awakening from a 22-year slumber as the song gradually comes into focus. This was more than just a rebirth; it was a reaffirmation that this hard to define genre is here to stay.

        And that is why we are here now, all these years later, listening to a compilation that joins the dots between all of this stuff, from the beginning to the present day. The beautiful noise that has soundtracked the past 30 years and will continue to do so for many more. 


        Liam says: This comp looks like it's raided my iPod classic circa 2017, full to the brim of absolute shoegaze classics and hidden gems. With cuts from shoegaze forefathers Slowdive and Ride, to more contemporary additions from the likes of DIIV and bdrmm, this is a must have for shoegaze veterans and newcomers alike! Mega, MEGA stuff!!!


        2LP Vinyl:
        A1) Slowdive – Slomo
        A2) Chapterhouse – Pearl
        A3) Ride – Vapour Trail
        A4) Blind Mr Jones – Henna And Swayed
        A5) The Telescopes – Flying
        B1) Lush – Sweetness And Light
        B2) Spirea X – Chlorine Dream
        B3) Kitchens Of Distinction – The 3rd Time We Opened The Capsule
        B4) Pale Saints – Sight Of You
        B5) Lowtide – Alibi
        B6) Ringo Deathstarr – Kaleidoscope
        C1) Horsegirl – Billy
        C2) Air Formation – Daylight Storms
        C3) DIIV – Taker
        C4) Bdrmm – A Reason To Celebrate
        C5) Flyying Colours – Long Holiday
        C6) Echo Ladies – Overrated – Robin Guthrie Version
        D1) Beach House – Lazuli
        D2) Mogwai – Kids Will Be Skeletons
        D3) Fleeting Joys – Go And Come Back
        D4) Ultra Vivid Scene – Mercy Seat
        D5) Galaxie 500 – Ceremony

        1) Slowdive – Slomo
        2) Chapterhouse – Pearl
        3) Ride – Vapour Trail
        4) Blind Mr Jones – Henna And Swayed
        5) The Telescopes – Flying
        6) Lush – Sweetness And Light
        7) Spirea X – Chlorine Dream
        8) Kitchens Of Distinction – The 3rd Time We Opened The Capsule
        9) Pale Saints – Sight Of You
        10) A.R.Kane – Lollita **
        11) Airiel – In Your Room **
        12) Lowtide – Alibi
        1) Ringo Deathstarr – Kaleidoscope
        2) Horsegirl – Billy
        3) Air Formation – Daylight Storms
        4) DIIV – Taker
        5) Bdrmm – A Reason To Celebrate
        6) Flyying Colours – Long Holiday
        7) Echo Ladies – Overrated – Robin Guthrie Version
        8) The Daysleepers – Flood In Heaven **
        9) Astrobite – Crasher **
        10) Beach House – Lazuli
        11) Mogwai – Kids Will Be Skeletons
        12) Fleeting Joys – Go And Come Back
        13) Ultra Vivid Scene – Mercy Seat
        14) Galaxie 500 – Ceremony

        ** Exclusive Tracks To CD Format

        Various Artists

        Music Against Misogyny

          Label Two-Piers announce new compilation Music Against Misogyny, released for International Women’s Day 2023 (Wednesday 8th March). This ‘Charity’ Compilation features artists such as Brix Smith, Panic Shack, Sinead O’Brien, Los Bitchos, Girl Ray, Peaness, Dream Wife, Nuha Ruby Ra, Lande Hekt, Dana Gavanski, CIEL, Momma, ARXX, and more. It has been created to raise awareness of the work and challenges women face daily as well as to celebrate women’s achievements. With this, they are working to challenge gender stereotypes and discrimination whilst fighting for inclusion and equality, not only in the music industry.

          Two-Piers have teamed up with Music Distributor ‘Republic of Music’ and ALL profits from the sales of this album will go to two charities that we believe do their utmost to help women from all backgrounds from domestic abuse to bereavement and homelessness - Brighton Women's Centre & RISE.

          RISE is an independent, Brighton-based registered charity that helps people affected by domestic abuse, who offer practical help ranging from direct advice to refuge accommodation for those whose lives are at risk.

          Brighton Women’s Centre have been supporting self-identifying women in Sussex for over 45 years. We help women from all backgrounds, facing all kinds of issues, to live happier lives. Women dealing with bereavement or trauma, women who have been through homelessness or the criminal justice system, survivors of abuse or discrimination – we’ve welcomed them all

          All the Artists and Bands on ‘Music Against Misogyny’ have given the use of their tracks for Free to help raise awareness and much needed funds for these two charities so support us by buying a copy!


          SIDE 1
          A1. Nuha Ruby Ra – My Voice
          A2. Lande Hekt – Gay Space Cadets
          A3. Panic Shack – The Ick
          A4. Sinead O Brien – Like Culture
          A5. CIEL – Baby Don’t You Know
          A6. Brix Smith – Fast Net
          A7. Momma – Motorbike
          A8. Dream Wife - Leech
          SIDE 2
          B1. Los Bitchos – Las Panteras
          B2. Peaness – How I’m Feeling
          B3. Girl Ray – Everybody's Saying That?
          B4. ARXX Ft. Pillow Queens – Call Me Crazy
          B5. Roe – I Can Change
          B6. Ailbhe Reddy – Walk Away
          B7. Lexie Carroll – The Sky Looked Nice Today
          B8. Dana Gavanski – I Kiss The Night

          1. Nuha Ruby Ra – My Voice
          2. Lande Hekt – Gay Space Cadets
          3. Panic Shack – The Ick
          4. Sinead O Brien – Like Culture
          5. CIEL – Baby Don’t You Know
          6. Brix Smith – Fast Net
          7. Queen Cult – Better Believe It*
          8. Momma – Motorbike
          9. Dream Wife – Leech
          10. Los Bitchos – Las Panteras
          11. Peaness – How I’m Feeling
          12. Girl Ray – Everybody's Saying That?
          13. ARXX Ft. Pillow Queens – Call Me Crazy
          14. King Hannah – All Being Fine*
          15. KID 2 – The Loud Noise Of Your Spine*
          16. Anna B Savage – The Ghost*

          * These Tracks Are Exclusive To The CD

          Various Artists

          Garage Psychédélique (The Best Of Garage Psych And Pzyk Rock 1965-2019)

            Two-Piers, the label that brought you ‘Pop Psychédélique (The Best of French Psychedelic Pop 1964-2019)’ bring you the second instalment in the series ‘Garage Psychédélique (The Best of Garage Psych and Pzyk Rock 1965-2019)’. A thrill a minute dive into the crazy awesome world of Garage Psychedelic Rock.

            From the Psych sound explosion onto the Underground club scene in the US and UK in the mid 1960s, its discovery by a wider audience via the exceptional Nuggets and Pebbles compilation series in the 1970-1980s. Through its mainstream revival with the Garage sound of the late 1990- early 2000s, to the current crop of exceptional bands flying the Garage Psych flag today, ‘Garage Psychédélique’ takes you on a journey and gives you a little taste of some of the finest music from the scene and the bands that blazed a trail for others to follow…..Sit back and enjoy the ride!

            From the opening bars of The Sonics ‘Have love Will Travel’ through the Psych workout that is Count Five’s ‘Psychotic Reaction’ to the joys of 60s Beat Psych groups from the US such as The Paragons, The Preachers, The Strangeloves, The Squires, and the eccentric stylings of The Monks. The album careers along at a blistering pace of Garage Psych brilliance, jammed packed full of Underground floor fillers a plenty.

            US legendary underground acts such as The Electric Prunes, The Chocolate Watch Band and MC5 all deliver classic tracks for the cause, and singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson even makes a foray into the psych rock sound with ‘Jump into the Fire’.

            In recent years such bands as Thee Oh Sees, Moon Duo and Allah-Las from the US have taken the Garage Psych influence and 60s sound and made it their own. A whole crop of bands such as White Hills, Gnod and Goat from the scene have evolved the music into a heavier ‘Pyzk Rock’ feel with a darker and heavier vibe, but crucially still with the joyous undertones that the scene brings to its devotees.

            The Garage Psych sound has influenced groups from around the globe with bands like Liverpool’s The Stairs ‘Weed Bus’, Scotland’s finest The Poets with ‘That’s the Way It’s Gotta Be’, The Bogeymen, a largely undiscovered 90s Psych Hammond band from France with ‘Electrocution’. Hailing from Sweden Goat bring us ‘Gathering of Ancient Tribes’ and The Hives their dancefloor anthem ‘Main Offender’. From Perth, Australia Pond’s Psych leanings on ‘Fantastic Explosion of Time’ are clear to see. Finally, Kevin Parker’s band Tame Impala were very influenced by the whole garage psych sound in their early band incarnation, as perfectly showcased here on the epic wig out that is ‘Half Full Glass of Wine’ that closes the album.

            This isn’t meant to be a ‘crate diggers’ album or a compilation of ‘obscure hard to find tracks’ to out-do your mates. It is quite simply a celebration of the Garage Psychédélique scene and a chance to revel in its brilliance and dance around your kitchen. If it means you go down a rabbit warren of discovery to unearth more gems and brilliant bands from the Garage Psych scene then job done! 

            TRACK LISTING

            2LP Vinyl Tracklist:
            A1) The Sonics - Have Love Will Travel
            A2) Count Five - Psychotic Reaction
            A3) The Paragons - Abba
            A4) Kim Fowley - The Trip
            A5) The Preachers - Who Do You Love **
            A6) The Strangeloves - Night Time
            A7) The Monks - Oh, How To Do Now
            A8) The Bogeymen - Electrocution
            B1) Harry Nilsson - Jump Into The Fire (Single Version)
            B2) The Eyes - When The Night Falls
            B3) 13th Floor Elevators - Reverberation (Doubt)
            B4) The Poets - That’s The Way It’s Gotta Be
            B5) The Squires - Going All The Way
            B6) The Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)
            B7) The Chocolate Watch Band - I’m Not Like Everybody Else
            B8) MC5 - Gotta Keep Movin’
            C1) The Stairs - Weed Bus
            C2) The Hives - Main Offender
            C3) Pond - Fantastic Explosion Of Time
            C4) Novella - Somethings Must Change
            C5) Thee Oh Sees - Web
            C6) Allah-Las - Catamaran
            D1) Moon Duo - Eye 2 Eye
            D2) White Hills, Gnod - Run-a-Round **
            D3) Goat - Gathering Of Ancient Tribes
            D4) Tame Impala - Half Full Glass Of Wine
            (** Exclusive To Vinyl)

            CD Tracklist:
            1) The Sonics - Have Love Will Travel
            2) Count Five - Psychotic Reaction
            3) The Paragons - Abba
            4) Kim Fowler - The Trip
            5) The Strangeloves - Night Time
            6) The Monks - Oh, How We Do Now
            7) The Bogeymen - Electrocution
            8) Harry Nilsson - Jump Into The Fire (Single Version)
            9) The Eyes - When The Night Falls
            10) 13th Floor Elevators - Reverberation (Doubt)
            11) The Poets - That’s The Way It’s Gotta Be
            12) The Squires - Going All The Way
            13) The Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)
            14) The Chocolate Watch Band - I’m Not Like Everybody Else
            15) MC5 - Gotta Keep Movin’
            16) The Stairs - Weed Bus
            17) The Hives - Main Offender
            18) Pond - Fantastic Explosion Of Time
            19) Novella - Somethings Must Change
            20) Thee Oh Sees - Web
            21) Allah-Las - Catamaran
            22) Moon Duo - Eye 2 Eye
            23) Goat - Gathering Of Ancient Tribes
            24) Tame Impala - Half Full Glass Of Wine

            Various Artists

            Music For The Stars (Celestial Music 1960-1979)

              "Music For The Stars is a collection of songs that may lend themselves to the end of the night in headphones, for me it’s an Ode to Horsenden Hill in West London, where we used to gather of an evening with the compilation tapes we had made introducing each other to new songs which we found; songs some of which would remain with us forever, we would sit there till late overlooking the West End’s City Lights but could lay back and watch the stars." - Ruben Windflower

              From the Two-Piers label that brought you the acclaimed ‘Pop Psychédeliqué (The Best of French Pop 1964-2019) comes new compilation ‘Music for the Stars (Celestial Music 1960-1979), a collection of laid back, late night songs perfect for lying back, losing yourself in the moment and just staring at the stars. Includes tracks from legends such as Willie Nelson, Lonnie Liston Smith, and Nina Simone, the English folk sound of Bill Fay and Kevin Ayres, the tortured genius of Tim Buckley, from the 60’s West Coast scene The Electric Prunes, to the sonic sounds of Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, and the soulful beauty of Shuggie Otis.

              From the beginning of the evening with Alexander “Skip” Spence, until later that night when Willie Nelson may end a tape and it’s time to walk home - sit back and lose yourselves in Music for The Stars.

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Laura says: As we drift from Summer to Autumn, and the nights draw in, this compilation provides a perfect soundtrack. Pour yourself a glass of something nice and lie back and watch the stars....

              TRACK LISTING

              A1. Alexander 'Skip' Spence - Broken Heart
              A2. Fred Neil - I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree)
              A3. John Fahey - Jesus Is A Dying Bedmaker
              A4. Bert Jansch - Poison
              B1. Roedelius - Balsam
              B2. Shuggie Otis - Jennie Lee
              B3. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band - Observatory Crest
              B4. Kevin Ayres - May I?
              B5. The Electric Prunes - Holy Are You
              C1. Eden Ahbez - Edens Island
              C2. Nina Simone - Come Ye
              C3. Damon - The Night
              C4. Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes - Sais (Egypt)
              D1. Kathy Smith – It’s Taking So Long
              D2. Tim Buckley - Buzzin' Fly
              D3. Bill Fay - I Hear You Calling
              D4. Gene Clark - With Tomorrow
              D5.Willie Nelson - Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain

              Hallo my British chums and welcome to another edition of the Piccadilly Records Compilation Of The Year. 2021’s top of the pops takes us on a cheeky trip through the Chunnel to the land of du pain, du vin, du Boursin for a sprawling set of yé-yé, 60s psych pop and contemporary grooves from a who’s who of France’s chic elite. Compiled with affection and expertise by Mark McQuillan for Brighton’s Two Piers, Pop Psychédélique fully embodies the sultry, sexy and surreal sound of French music.

              Born out of a love affair with jazz and an infatuation with the British Invasion, French pop music quickly cut its own niche in the musical landscape of the sixties. Typified by hip-shaking rhythms, fuzzbox guitars and spoke-sung vocals, yé-yé was referential but never reverential, a point proven when Jacqueline Taieb shreds pop culture on “7 AM”. Elsewhere lost love and lost toothbrushes are given equal weight as the profound and profane are dispatched with the shrugging indifference of a Pastis-soaked Gainsbourg (who’s predictably all over this collection, both as artist or songwriter).

              This signature style has come to define French music, and echoes through the ages thanks to L’Epee, the Limiñanas, Air and Stereolab, four globe-conquering acts who are a testament to the enduring appeal of the Gallic sound. Indeed a handful of older cuts here have also found streaming fame with a new generation via soundtrack appearances on the likes of Killing Eve and Queen’s Gambit, with producers eager to exploit these shorthands for cool.

              The set sails into the sunset via Fatboy Slim’s remix of Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier’s “Psyche Rock” and the final jigsaw piece falls into place. Not only does this collection pay homage to France, but also McQuillan’s native Brighton, where the Big Beat pioneers championed records like Jean-Jacques Perrey’s “E.V.A.” while reshaping Britain’s club culture. C’est magnifique!

              TRACK LISTING

              A1 Contact - Brigitte Bardot
              A2 Tut Tut Tut Tut - Gillian Hills
              A3 Laisse Tomber Les Filles - France Gall
              A4 7AM - Jacqueline Taieb
              A5 I’m Gonna Haunt You - Fabienne DelSol
              A6 Si Tu Reviens Chez Moi - Les 5 Gentlemen
              B1 Roller Girl - Comedie Musicale ‘Anna’ - Anna Karina
              B2 Migas 2000 - The Liminanas
              B3 Dreams - L’Epee
              B4 Les Cornichons - Nino Ferrer
              B5 Harley Davidson - Brigitte Bardot
              B6 Poupee De Cire Poupée De Son - France Gall
              C1 Une Filles C’est Fait Pour Faire L’amour - Charlotte Leslie
              C2 La Fille A La Moto - Dani
              C3 Tu Fais Partie Du Passe - Zouzou
              C4 Requiem Pour Un C… - BOF “Le Pacha” - Serge Gainsbourg
              C5 E.V.A - Jean-Jacques Perrey
              D1 Cybele’s Reverie - Stereolab
              D2 Don’t Be Light - Air
              D3 Psyche Rock (Malpaso Mix By Fatboy Slim) - Pierre Henry 

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