Philippe Doray / Asociaux Associés*Nouveaux Modes Industriels

Label:Invisible Records (11) – SCOPA 10006, S.C.O.P.A. – SCOPA 10006
Vinyl, LP
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Art Rock, Experimental


A1Contrechant Magnetique
Bass, PercussionPhilippe Doray
Percussion, ChorusDemos
Trumpet, PercussionOlivier Boiteux
A2Que Dit Le Chef?
Alto SaxophonePatrick Dubot
Soprano SaxophoneOlivier Boiteux
A4Clair Et Net
BassMimi Vittu*
DrumsPascal Gallelli
Written-ByMichel Vittu
A5Dans Le Dedale
Alto SaxophoneOlivier Boiteux, Patrick Dobot*
Fretless BassJean-Lou Hirat
GuitarPhilippe Doray
Tenor SaxophoneLaurence Perquis
B1Musique Pour Residences Secondaires
B2Page De Magazine
ChorusIsabelle Etienne
GuitarYannick Capron
Alto SaxophonePatrick Dubot
DrumsPascal Gallelli
Written-ByP. Dubot*
B4Le Petit Herisson Jaune
Electronics [Electro Acoustic]Mimi Vittu*
Synthesizer, GuitarJean-Lou Hirat
B5Pas De Service Apres Vente
Drums, ChorusAlain Bocquelet
GuitarJacques Cordeau
Saxophone, ChorusMarc Duconseille
Written-ByPat Bouchard

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Recorded and mixed at Malax-Mobile in Monterolier between May 1978 and January 1980.
Comes with printed inner sleeve.

Made in France

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Nouveaux Modes Industriels (LP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered)SouffleContinu RecordsFFL059France2020


  • zulite's avatar
    Reissue is coming on Souffle Continu Records..Pre orders ere open
    • Alaindexe's avatar
      Edited 6 years ago
      Philippe Doray is an obscure French musician. We know very few things about him except that he has produced two records, including the excellent 'Nouveaux modes industriels' on the equally obscure label, 'Invisible Record'.

      Recorded in Montpelier between may 1978 and january 1980, 'Nouveaux modes industriels' is a mythical album completely in french. The cover alone is intriguing. There is a radioactivity logo on an almost metallic grey background. It cannot be more obvious ; this album is dangerous ! The most brilliant piece is 'Que dit le chef', a sort of industrial funk sung in french but good luck to understand the lyrics. An extraordinary treatment makes the lyrics almost unintelligible, which is a bit sad because they are quite surprising (they are written on the inner sleeve). The album is filled with experimentations, not always successful but always startling. Every instrument, even the sax, is played in a style that creates rough and brutal landscapes. With their effective and pure industrial esthetic, 'Musique pour résidences secondaires' and 'Le petit hérisson jaune' —both instrumental pieces— generate very strange musical landscapes. 'Page de magasine' begins with a superb sound that chills the blood. The text alludes to a guy sitting on a beach while turning the pages of a porn magazine and who is about to masturbate. It is one of the most interesting pieces I’ve heard on that theme and, while we hear seagulls in the background, the text is unbelievably poetic. 'Pas de service après vente' is a long instrumental dub version of 'Que dit le chef', filled with an orgy of electro-acoustic and discordant sounds. The more it evolves, the more it gets anarchic and deconstructed, like if someone wanted to kill the album’s «big hit». 'Nouveaux modes industriels' is an album so literally rare that you may never be able to find it.

      © Alain Cliche 2016



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