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Thrilla - Cassius - Au Rêve (Vinyl, LP, Album)

17.09.2019
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  1. Apr 15,  · Category Music; Song Thrilla (Extended Mix) Artist Cassius; Album Au Rêve (Deluxe Edition) Licensed to YouTube by Because Music (on behalf of Love Supreme / Justice); UMPG Publishing, CMRRA.
  2. Au rêve () Hi Water The Sound of Violence Under Influence Room Tone Thrilla Telephone Love I’m a Woman Protection Till We Got You and Me 20 Years (How Do You See Me Now) Nothing Barocco On Au rêve () Cassius Feeling for You Crazy Legs La Mouche Chase Foxxy Planetz Hey Babe Mister Eveready Nulife Interlude Somebody Club Soixante Quinze Supa Crush Invisible Cassius .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Au Rêve on Discogs. Label: Virgin - 4,Virgin - CDVIR • Format: CD Album • Country: France • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Synth-pop, Disco.
  4. Includes CD. The CD included in the LP features the 14 tracks in the same order. With Au Reve, Cassius decided not to rely on their natural ability to make us dance to their groovy basslines and came back with a daring project, integrating some mostly African-American influenced singings in their compositions to give electronic music a new.
  5. cassius new album "au reve" is a more tech heavy pursuit than its predecessor "". atari bleeps and bloops swirl in and out but never take away from the sophisticated melodies and taught rhythyms. the whole album has a messy, underground sound to it, which i love considering how sterile and devoid the majority of dance music has become.
  6. Cassius was a French musical duo consisting of producers Philippe Cerboneschi and Hubert Blanc-Francard, better known as Zdar and Boombass (or sometimes Philippe Zdar and Hubert Boombass). Under its different incarnations the duo is likened to the "French Touch" movement of electronic music in the second half of the s.
  7. cassius new album "au reve" is a more tech heavy pursuit than its predecessor "". atari bleeps and bloops swirl in and out but never take away from the sophisticated melodies and taught rhythyms. the whole album has a messy, underground sound to it, which i love considering how sterile and devoid the majority of dance music has become/5(11).

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