Red Noise (3)

Red Noise (3)

Formed by Patrick Vian (son of the writer Boris Vian) in May 1968, and launched at a 5 day festival "L'Open" (January 1969) they were quoted as "...hardly academic, with an undignified black humour. Red Noise are the premier French underground group, a theatre of the absurd..." Legendary French "pre-punk" collective, said one contributor here on Discogs!
Red Noise were indeed one of the most outrageously creative of early French bands, as evidenced on their sole LP "Sarcelles-Lochères" which is a riotous trip beyond psychedelia, via free-jazz, Pythonesque humour and the unfathomable.
Red Noise went through many line-up changes, and existed through to 1971. Serge Catalano & Francis Lemonnier formed Komintern. Band leader Patrick Vian carried on with another (undocumented) project afterwards and then went solo.

Red Noise (3) Discography


RED 01, FUT 2018 Red Noise (3) Sarcelles - Lochères (Album) Futura Records (2), Futura Records (2) RED 01, FUT 2018 France 1971 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

C 006-10727 Marie-Blanche Vergne With Red Noise (3) Marie-Blanche Vergne With Red Noise (3) - La Veuve Du Hibou (Single) Columbia C 006-10727 France 1970 Sell This Version