D*I*R*T*Y Sound System: Dirty French Psychedelics: Selected By Dirty Sound System, LP (Vinyl)
D*I*R*T*Y Sound System: Dirty French Psychedelics: Selected By Dirty Sound System, LP (Vinyl)
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D*I*R*T*Y Sound System
Dirty French Psychedelics: Selected By Dirty Sound System

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • France
  • Born Bad Records
  • (BB 019)
  • 13 Tracks
  • EAN 5414939003110
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Christophe
Ferber Endormi

Written By
Composed By
  • Christophe
1:48
A2

Bernard Lavilliers
Les Aventures Extraordinaires D'un Billet De Banque

Written By
Composed By
  • Bernard Lavilliers
3:17
A3

Brigitte Fontaine
Il Pleut

Written By
Composed By
  • Jean-Claude Vannier
Arranged By
  • Jean-Claude Vannier
2:34
A4

Dashiell Hedayat
Long Song For Zelda

Written By
Composed By
  • Dashiell Hedayat
7:42
A5

Cortex
Cortex A

Written By
Composed By
  • Alain Neffe
2:12
A6

Nino Ferrer
Looking For You

Written By
Composed By
  • Nino Ferrer
5:40
A7

Jean-Jacques Dexter
Be Quiet

Written By
Composed By
  • Yan Tregger
2:47
B1

Alain Kan
Speed My Speed

Written By
Composed By
  • Alain Kan
3:37
B2

François De Roubaix
La Frite Équatoriale

Written By
Composed By
  • François De Roubaix
2:53
B3

Cheval Fou
La Fin De La Vie, Le Début De La Survivance

Written By
Composed By
  • Michel Peteau
12:42
B4

Christophe
Sunny Road To Salina

Written By
Composed By
  • Christophe
4:25
B5

Ilous & Decuyper
Berceuse

Written By
Composed By
  • Patrice Decuyper
  • Bernard Ilous
2:32
B6

Christian Arabian
Karl Heinz Schäfer
Utopia

Composed By
  • Karl Heinz Schäfer
2:03

Credits

Artwork By
  • Elisabeth Arkhipoff
Compiled By
  • Guillaume Sorge
  • Clovis Goux
  • D*I*R*T*Y Sound System
Liner Notes
  • Clovis Goux
Other
  • Aurélie Mercier
  • Laurent Fétis

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