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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Roger Roger - Sounds Industrial (L'Illustration Musicale - IM 25) (1976 - 320kbps)

Roger Roger - Sounds Industrial (L'Illustration Musicale - IM 25)

4 comments:

Biglemoi said...

Great find !…love it!
Thanks for ripping & sharing ;)

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dispo said...

Wow, thanks a lot! I'm a big fan of Roger Roger and didn't have this one. Great how he integrates percussion and other non-electronic instruments in a very electronic or, if we stick to the theme of the album, machinic way.

Zer0_II said...

@dispo: You're very welcome, and thank you for taking the time to comment again. I'm a big fan of Roger Roger (aka Cecil Leuter, Eric Swan) and have several of the albums he released under each alias. Don't hesitate to make a request if you like.

Anonymous said...

hi
seeing your blog and being yourself a Roger Nardini fan like me i would like to ask you if you have the "Catastrophe" album from 1981 on musax label , played by both musicians.
And if you can put Montparnasse 90 Circus parade" i would be very great!
THANKS

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