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Etron Fou Leloublan

Batelages (Lp)

Label: Replica

Format: LP

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Ferdinand Richard, strings, vocals. Chris Chanet (alias Eulalie Ruynat), horns, vocals. Guigou 'Samba Scout' Chenevier, percussions, choir. A French avant-rock band founded in 1973 by actor and saxophonist Chris Chanet. They were best known as one of the original Rock in Opposition (RIO) bands. Etron Fou Leloublan's music has been described as a blend of punk rock, jazz, French music hall, comedy satire and 'avant-garde mayhem'. Batelages was recorded in November 1976, and its centered around Guigou Chenevier's mad drumming, neurotic, depressive-compulsive -- a cross between Magma's Christian Vander and free improv's original madman, Han Bennink. This is certainly their most dada/out album, of course included in the NWW influential list

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Cat. number: RPC 02
Year: 2014
Genre: Psych
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Official reissue, with the kind permission of Musea Records.