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|2.||"La Hafla" (feat Sofiane Saidi)|
|4.||"Le Disco" (feat Rizan Said)|
|5.||"Gul L'abi" (feat A-Wa)|
|6.||"Stil" (feat Cem Yildiz)|
|7.||"A3ssifa" (feat Rizan Said)|
|8.||"Houria" (feat Rachid Taha)|
|10.||"Tamuzica" (feat Jawad El Garrouge)|
Having previously been responsible for a number of themed compilations for Versatile Records, the Acid Arab crew has finally got round to delivering its' first album of original productions. Naturally, it continues their theme of blending North African and Middle Eastern sounds - be it vocals or instruments - with drum machine rhythms and vintage synthesizer sounds. This, though, is where the similarities to their previous work end. While there are a few house-influenced cuts dotted throughout (see the brilliant "Sayarat 303"), for the most part Musique De France veers further towards off-kilter electronic pop. Along the way, they doff a collective cap to new wave, punk-funk, and hazy indie-pop. While it may lack the crackling energy of their more dancefloor-minded productions, it's still a hugely enjoyable set.
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