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Martin DupontJust Because...

Label:Facteurs d'Ambiance – AA 002
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Synth-pop, Coldwave

Tracklist

A1Just Because4:50
A2Sticks In My Brain2:48
A3Under Nylon2:57
A4Take A Look3:38
A5Soft Images3:54
A6Brittle Hero2:56
B1Dirty Hands3:32
B2Willy Nilly3:01
B3Lovely Monster2:59
B4Welcome To The Dissidents2:37
B5Pure Delight3:08
B6Mouvement2:30
B7Bent At The Window3:27
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Glossy sleeve
Comes with simple paper inner sleeve

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  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Just Because... (CD, Album, Remastered, Digipak)InfrastitionFin 041France2009
Just Because... (CD, Album, Remastered)InfrastitionFin 041France2011
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Just Because... (CD, Album, Remastered, Digifile)InfrastitionFin 041France2019

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70R's profile picture
70R
Edited 9 years ago
This music is very abstract and quite ineffably nostalgic, along with their pastel surreal covers. It's like you were teleported to some strange distant and deserted places where you've never been, but you know them from your imagination - mixed with some past locations from your remembrance. It's a little like wandering within a mysterious fog at night time, while only some bleak glow from street lights are showing you the way. The best example is track named "Just because", remixed in 1985.

Under Nylon and Take A Look are another strong and articulate french type, travelling piece of lurid goodies, especially the second one, which pours out a bright side of very optimistic aspects in such music, yet still a bit nostalgic.
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poecker
A raw display of talent. The first album by Martin Dupont is totally interesting. There are still edges and corners to be cut to get to a coherent sound, giving a less fabricated and more industrial air. Moments in here bring Cabaret Voltaire's Red Mecca to mind. Alain Seghir's voice is distinctive from the start, one of the real wave voices. Already shining through is their playfulness, giving an optimistic feeling to some tracks, a character I often miss on all too dark and gloomy wave records.