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66.22 433-01 Liaisons Dangereuses - Liaisons Dangereuses album art Liaisons Dangereuses Liaisons Dangereuses (Album) TIS 66.22 433-01 Germany 1981 Sell This Version

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RR 5528 Liaisons Dangereuses - Los Niños Del Parque album art Liaisons Dangereuses Los Niños Del Parque (Single, EP) Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records RR 5528 Netherlands 1981 Sell This Version
WRE 003 Liaisons Dangereuses - Etre Assis Ou Danser (Défaut De Gène FX Remix)  album art Liaisons Dangereuses Etre Assis Ou Danser (Défaut De Gène FX Remix) Were Records WRE 003 UK 2013 Sell This Version

Videos

IKON 22 Liaisons Dangereuses - Liaisons Dangereuses album art Liaisons Dangereuses Liaisons Dangereuses(VHS, PAL) Ikon IKON 22 UK 1987 Sell This Version

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drummchimp

drummchimp

February 22, 2019
as a major synth nerd I think it's worth mentioning the enviable pile of synths in the main image above...I make it four Korg MS-20s, one MS-50, two SQ-10 sequencers and a pair of MFB drum machines (looks like an MFB 501 and a different one in the same format). no need to imagine what that sounds like, a listen to the album will suffice. also the Chrislo - 'Low' album on Tresor sounds quite like it was made on a setup not unlike this, extremely analogue sounding techno!
Emile_Strunz

Emile_Strunz

October 25, 2008
I remember reading about Los Ninos Del Parque in a Mute Records catalogue written by Biba Kopf. In my mind it created a lineage, an axis, and an electronic pulse that began in Dusseldorf with Kraftwerk, was mutated in Berlin and New York by Moroder, and set the scene for a slew of strict, rhythmic electronic dance tracks that still sound great today. Soon after reading about Los Ninos Del Parque, Mute Records very kindly reissued it with a rolling, pulsating breakbeat mix by Renegade Soundwave, that to me, in 2008, sounds almost like a dubstep track. But it's that original bassline that just gets you and doesn't let go. Like Nitzer Ebb's Join in the Chant, some basslines are just so recognisable and unique, like a mantra to the dancefloor. Los Ninos Del Parque will never date. A fitting memorial to Chrislo Haas, who sadly passed away after years of illness.
Crijevo

Crijevo

March 27, 2005
edited over 15 years ago
Not at all greatful job for a German group to sing in French and/or Spanish - resulting in an experiment that's equally cold and dark, yet sensual and exotic. As DAF's Chris Haas left that group, 'Liaisons' showed more radical image delivering simplistic but intimidating music of which pieces like the cult-hit 'Los Ninos del Parque' or 'Aperitif de la Mort' reflect it so effectively. The group's sole album 'Liaisons Dangereuses' is now finally available on CD. Grab it while you can. 10+

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