Saturday, October 18, 2008

Trust-Le Mutant,LP,1970,France

French pop-rock group ala Dynasty Crisis feat. Alain Markusfeld, Jean Schulteis and Jacky Chalard. Excellent fuzz parts, wonderfull vocals, complex compositions and overall a very entertaining album , lacking though the complexity of Alain Markusfeld's solo recordings.

***************NEW LINK POSTED SEPTEMBER 2012***************

Get it here 

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

there's a sudden drop in volume seemingly for no reason at the beginning of the second song. any idea if that was originally on the LP or if it was just from the vinyl transfer? excellent album, thanks!

-JC

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Anonymous said...

Many thanks, so much great music to discover on your blog.

Anonymous said...

Thanks! Tracklist: http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/trust__70s_/le_mutant/

Anonymous said...

Hi mutantsounds,
can I please bring to your attention the missing track mentioned in comments for the last Bernard Xolotl album you posted? Several people including myself have made comments about it but there has been no response from you. It's a lovely album and I don't want to be missing out by not having all the tracks.
thankyou,
regards
Chris

Parantar said...

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Anonymous said...

Hey chris and "the several people", here is another rip, sadly @128, but complete:

http://ifile.it/03t5li2

Click to ---request ticket---, then ---download---.

Enjoy.

Le Clézio.

Kevin said...

Excellent album!!! Actually I have gotten a lot of ear candy from this site and it is about time I left my thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Le Clezio, checking it out now!
regards
Chris

litlgrey said...

1) What stuff of mine, under the name NOMUZIC (or is it anything) are you looking to get? I can get you burns of whatever I have as CD masters of... for anything else, you'd want to ask people like Chris Phinney who can still dub their audio cassettes. I am not set up to do that anymore.

2) What was the answer to the question about the volume drop in "Joue, Joue?" Of the tracks on the album, that's the one I'd like to play on my show... which means I'd really like to read the answer!

Anonymous said...

Hi Le Clezio,
you must have made a mistake, because that file is missing the same track.
Chris

Anonymous said...

Ok Chris, so... this means the cassette cover list is wrong or this rip has been made from a non-official CD. What can we do ?
Cheers!
-Le Clézio

Anonymous said...

I don't know Le Clezio, I'm hoping Jim/mutantsounds will let us know what the story is. He doesn't seem to read many of the comments for his posts so I can only keep my fingers crossed that he reads this.

best wishes,
Chris

mutantsounds said...

actually i read all comments Chris but just once a week.So i will try to fix anything,but due to lack of time you will have to wait
best
Jim Mutantsounds

litlgrey said...

Man, I love this blog of yours...

litlgrey said...

Restated request, just in case it got overlooked...


1) What stuff of mine, under the name NOMUZIC (or is it anything) are you looking to get? I can get you burns of whatever I have as CD masters of... for anything else, you'd want to ask people like Chris Phinney who can still dub their audio cassettes. I am not set up to do that anymore.

2) What was the answer to the question about the volume drop in "Joue, Joue?" Of the tracks on the album, that's the one I'd like to play on my show... which means I'd really like to read the answer!

mutantsounds said...

litlgrey---->I'm interested in early tapes from the 80s under the moniker NOMUSIC and possibly earlier ones under other moniker(if any).Concerning the drop in volume in "joue,joue" track,it is from the rip i guess,since i have it only on cd ripped by a friend of mine long ago....i 'll try to contact him and ask him for a new rip but i cannot promise anything....in case he can't i'll try to fix this with cool edit.
thank you very much
Jim Mutantsounds

litlgrey said...

With those early NOMUZIC tapes, if you can contact someone who can still makes dubs, such as Al Margolis of Pogus/Sound of Pig, or Chris Phinney of Harsh Reality Music. Unfortunately I can't make my own cassette dubs anymore.

They should also have copies of anything else I was working on at the time, variously including Alien Planetscapes and The Land of Guilt and Blarney (some of which was CD-ized as well).

Thanks for the tip about "Joue Joue." I kind of assumes it was that.