Nôze ‎– Come With Us

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Circus Company ‎– CCCD017
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2 × CD, Album
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CD1
1-1 I Need To Know
Featuring – Dani Siciliano
1-2 Perdre Son Âme
1-3 Apache
1-4 Teardrops
1-5 The Crab Dance
1-6 Saint
1-7 Cherry Trees
1-8 Come With Me
Featuring – Jaw (8)
1-9 Holding You
1-10 Supernova
CD2
2-1 Perdre Son Âme (Nôze Remix)
2-2 I Need To Know (Nôze Remix)
Featuring – Dani Siciliano
2-3 Come With Me (Nôze Remix)
Featuring – Jaw (8)
2-4 Teardrops (Nôze Remix)
2-5 Apache (Nôze Remix)
2-6 Saint (Nôze Remix)
2-7 The Crab Dance (Nôze Remix)
2-8 Supernova (Nôze Remix)
2-9 Holding You (Nôze Remix)
2-10 Cherry Trees (Nôze Remix)

Credits

  • RemixNôze (tracks: 2-1 to 2-10)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 27170 12562 9

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CCS095 Nôze Come With Us (2xLP, Album) Circus Company CCS095 France 2015 Sell This Version
CCCD017 Nôze Come With Us (CD, Album, Car) Circus Company CCCD017 France 2015 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 3, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

COME WITH US is a homecoming album for Nôze of sorts, as they return to Circus Company after two albums with Get Physical. And certainly, on the first disc, it seems as if they're moving away from their upbeat grooves for something slower and more thoughtful. The slower disco beats of "I Need To Know" carry a touch of electro longing (aided in no small part by Dani Siciliano's vocals) give way to the expansive "Perdre Son Âme" and the languorous "Apache" (which perhaps goes on a tad too long). "Teardrops" has slow rock growl to it, but we finally get to dance again with "The Crab Dance," a track closer to the Nôze of yore, as do the strums and chorus of "Saint." "Cherry Trees" seems to channel Jacques Brel into a more modern setting, while the title track goes for psychedelic pop as much as "Holding You" dabbles into the electro funk. "Supernova" ends the first disc on deep groove that builds into some choral breaks. The second disc features the same tracks, but reconfigured by the Nôze boys for the dancefloor: "I Need To Know" becomes a dub and "Supernova" gets even spacier, while the weaker earlier tracks like "Apache" and "Teardrops" get new life (which also makes you wonder why they didn't start off with those versions). I'm glad to come with Nôze again, but I'm eager to hear where their next album takes them.