|1.||"Piron N'veut Nin Dinser" (3:40)|
|2.||"One Gayole De Bies" (1:00)|
|3.||"On A Tue No Pourcheau" (2:56)|
|1.||"El Nut Du Mariach" (3:42)|
|2.||"Marie Clap Chabot" (1:42)|
|3.||"Comme Les Autres Font" (2:50)|
Former masked techno crusader Adam Rivet started the Kess Kill imprint a couple of years ago, to showcase some lesser known talents from the '80s scene in Europe. French producer Guy Clerbois began his musical career by transforming sounds: creating rhythms with scratched vinyl records and altering their playing speeds plus detuning his guitar. In collaboration with Guy Delhalle, he released a pop single in 1983. In the mid eighties, he began what would become the very concept of Vitor Hublot, making shifted reworks of existing ones. Nice N.D.W/ industrial in the tradition of Les Liaisons Dangereuses or D.A.F. All compositions originally issued on the '185 Millions De Francophones Et Moi, Et Moi, Et Moi...' LP via his own Psoria Discs in 1986.
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