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Mathematiques Modernes- Disco Rough (Long Version)

Strut on February 08, 2013 23:23

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    From: Change The Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979-1987, out March 5th on Strut Records.

    Mathematiques Modernes is a duo comprised of Claude Arto, and the "queen of Paris punk," Edwige Braun-Belmore. "Disco Rough," originally released in 1980, features synthesizers heavily, and marries Celluloid Records' French origins with the kind of eclectic, arty dance music that label owner Jean Karakos became enamored with upon visiting New York City.

    Change The Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979-1987 collects two discs worth of classic sides on the Celluloid label, spanning major contributions from early in the era of recorded hip-hop, experimental dance music, and world music fusions.

    Released by: Strut Records
    Release/catalogue number: STRUT102
    Release date: Mar 5, 2013

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