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Martin DupontHot Paradox

Label:Facteurs d'Ambiance – AA 32004
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Experimental, Synth-pop, Coldwave

Tracklist

A1Full Moons And Mouths4:33
A2Hot Paradox4:58
A3My Analyst "Assez"3:46
A4Pressure4:18
A5Berlin Wall5:08
B1He Saw The Light4:23
B2Inside Out4:25
B3I Never Tried5:25
B4Where To Find It5:02
B5Like A Lion3:30
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Made in France

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): AM MPO AA 32 004 A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MPO AA 32 004 B AM
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hot Paradox (CD, Album, Enhanced, Remastered, Digipak)InfrastitionFin 043France2009
Hot Paradox (CD, Album, Enhanced, Remastered)InfrastitionFin 043France2011
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Hot Paradox (CD, Album, Enhanced, Remastered, Digifile)InfrastitionFin 043France2019

Reviews

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pervade01
This album breaks the most hardest barriers in music to me. 80's has so many lost bands like this masterpiece! Fantastic!
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vegasbiss
Edited 9 years ago
There are two different versions of the cover. One has the typogrphy set design "Hot Paradox" Martin Dupont the other Martin Dupont "Hot Paradox" !!
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poecker
Sometimes you wonder why a pefect album gets lost. This is the case here - Martin Dupont's last studio album is overwhelming. Fine musicians having fun with synths, rhythms and voice, sometimes with a taste of dark wave, sometimes with melodies as catchy as a good italo disco tune. But there's more. Weird text, artful artwork. Somehow, they manage to find a line between overly dark or overly arty. But maybe that was the mistake they made, they didn't record music for a given audience but for themselves. Today, this is far from a mistake, it's a gem to be re-discovered.