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WIZZZ FRENCH PSYCHORAMA 1966-1969 VOLUME 2 VINYL LP NEW 33RPM

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Cat no. BBLP13
Track Listings
1. San Antonio - J'aime Ou J'emmerde 02:11
2. Jean Et Janet - Je T'aime Normal 03:05
3. Bruno Leys - Maintenant Je Suis Un Voyou 02:38
4. Guy Skornik - Des Arbres De Fer 02:20
5. Chorus Reverendus - Dans Son Euphorie 02:43
6. Brigitte Fontaine - Je Suis Inadaptée 02:42
7. Bonne Nuit Chuck 02:29
8. Herr Doktor Reich 03:25
9. Jésus - L'electrocuté 02:52
10. Bainc Didonc - 4 Cheveux Dans Le Vent 03:05
11. Alain Boissanger - Crazy Girl Crazy World 01:58
12. Serge Franklin - KKK 01:44
13. Isabelle - Amstramgram 02:06
14. Bruno Leys - Hallucinations 00:29
15. Nelly Perrier - Un Soir D'été 03:04

Digiapck CDs + 32 pages booklet. The Best ever French 60 s Compilations...Originally released in 2001.... All the tracks have become classic.. just forget about all other French Sixties Comps. Since The Success Of The First Volume In 2002, Wizzz Has Been Considered The Benchmark Compilation Of French Sixties Alternative Pop. It Launched An Unprecedented Craze For This Rare Breed Of Disc, Featuring Exceptionally Danceable Rhythms, Twisted Sounds From Another World And Demented Lyrics, Coupled With An Underlying Sense Of Mockery. It Focuses On The Creativity Of These French Artists Who Dared To Break With The Boring Commercial Conventions Of Their Era. If Your Notion Of French Sixties Music Is Based On Innocuous Hits From The Likes Of Adamo And Sheila, This New Collection Of Rare And Unreleased Tracks, Unearthed From The Obscure Depths Of Made In France Pop, Will Astonish You With The Brilliance And Daring Of A Few Of Their Deranged Cousins, Who Passed Completely Unnoticed In The Epoch Of Gainsbourg. Wizzz 2 Rediscovers And Revitalizes These Underground Geniuses And Freaks. Their Audacity And Inventiveness Refutes Those Who Sneer About The Alleged Inferiority Of French Pop.