This record is dedicated to all the children of the revolution; to the children of the industrial revolution, to those of the 1960's and the computer age, to the children of emigrants, and to those of Dulcie September.
B2: A tribute to Dulcie September, one of the many South African victims dedicated to the fight against apartheid. She was
assassinated in Paris on 29th March 1988.
There will only ever be one revolution - The revolution that the children carry within them.
Hank Marvin appears with special courtesy of Polydor Ltd. (UK).
Computer voice designed by Street Electronics, California.
'Ouverture' and 'Tokyo Kid' mixed at Guillaume Tell Studio, Paris.
'Revolutions' mixed at Studio Davout, Paris.
Recorded and mixed on Studer A820 Dolby SR.
Special thanks to...
Akai France: Bernard Ribet, Yvon Kerampran, [a=Roger Linn], Hubert Gall, Apple Computer France, Dynacord, Elka: Piermaria, EMS: [a=Ludwig Rehberg], Fairlight
Australia, Harman France: Mr. Pierson, [l=Hohner]/Kawai, Lag France: [a=Pierre Cathala], [a=Michel Chavarria], Mega Studio
, [l=Music Land], Musikengro: [a=Roland Delacroix], Soundtracs/Lazare, Studer France, [a=Margarita Scheckel], Fiona de Montaignac
, Paul Jarvis, [a=Patrice Tison], Louisa Chelouti, Pierrette Jacquard, Edith Napias, Gérald Ano, [a=Loïc de Montaignac], Paul Wiffen, [a=Eric Cabedoce].
℗ 1988 Disques Dreyfus, Paris
© 1988 Disques Dreyfus, Paris