Popstars - musique suspense

Not to be confused with the show that spawned this garbage this french 45 has a killer B side. I picked it up on a digging trip to france a few years ago for its shaft style hat break, but kept it for its cop show grooves.

Listen to - musique suspense

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14 comments:

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Geoff said...

Isn't this also by Anarchic System?

Great tune, regardless.

soulbrotha said...

Jeez, I could have done without seeing that horrendous Youtube clip! Thanks for the music anyway, Cosmo!

litlgrey said...

I checked both the SACEM and the BMI databases to see if a composer credit would turn up for "Musique Suspense," but it didn't.

I don't know what to make of this exactly... clearly it's by stable/session musicians, but it's a little too repetitious to soar.

A Pyrex Scholar said...

i have hundreds of record like this.. i suppose i really should post more.

the composers are

P. De Senneville and O. Toussaint

litlgrey said...

Ah hah... thanks.

Vince said...

thanks a lot for that, where was it that you dug it? Great stuff, haven't seen it in Paris. Will pay more attention now! I wonder if it has been distributed on Lp...Olivier Toussaint was the producer of probably the most known french pianist in Asia Richard Clayderman, something we are not very proud of... I once saw a stack of is Lps in the middle of nowhere in Korea and not a single gem for my funky ears...

A Pyrex Scholar said...

it was in paris somewhere. i has been working on a record out there and went digging with my fee.i bought a load of Cerrone LPs and some Library record by a guy called Guy Forlane.

THXjay said...

Groovy!

Never judge a book by its cover!!!

...hundreds like this you say, I feel a compilation coming on ;)

Cheers dude, keep diggin'

Doctor Okeh said...

you ain't neva lied , that track is insane, love it love it, you know imma nap, thanks for the knowledge.....

whoops said...

geoff is right, this track was also released under the "Anarchic System" alias but it lacked the 20 seconds intro. Who cares after all since all the Anarchic System/Pop Concerto Orchestra/Pop Stars stuff was The Senneville/toussaint duet in disguise (most of the time with the help of Herve Roy as it is the case here). Like most of the duet interesting tracks (to name a few : "Messe noire" "Aphrodisiac" "O'kalender"...) this is supposed to be taken from a soundtrack, here for a film named "Par ici la monnaie". Never heard of this film.

kizza said...

Nice one.....again!
Cosmo, you da best in da blogosphere!

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