- 01. Obs7
02. Black Corée
04. Pointe Noire
06. Les Bêtes
III[engl] On this third album, named III to avoid any confusion, Electric Electric pushes radically further what they started on Discipline. They go straight to what really interests them: repetition, Sound with capital S, ambient, opression. It's cold and terrifying, but you can somehow believe that the voice is there to guide you through the journey. You better dance all the way, it's the last chance you got before the totalitarian night.
- EAN 3521381539196
- EAN 3521383439180
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