Souffle Continu Records presents the first official vinyl reissue of Sarcelles-Lochères by Red Noise, originally released in 1970. This LP inaugurates Souffle Continu's series of ten reissues from the catalog of the cult French label Futura Records, fully licensed by Futura founder Gérard Terronè. Red Noise were founded in May of 1968 by Patrick Vian (son of Boris Vian), who would go on to release Bruits et Temps Analogues (STAUB 126CD) in 1976. Red Noise developed their own unique blend of free jazz and rock with highly political and satirical lyrics. The highlight of their sole full-length release is the 18-minute closer, "Sarcelles c'Est l'Avenir," which charts an epic journey into proto-noise territories that prefigure the sonic experimentation of the decades to come. Presented in a gatefold sleeve with obi strip and matte finish. Limited to 1000 copies: 700 on black vinyl.
A1. Cosmic Toilet Ditty
A2. Caka Slow - Vertebrate Twist
A3. Obsession Sexuelle N°1
A4. Galactic Sewer-Song
A5. Obsession Sexuelle N°2
A6. Red Noise Live au Café des Sports
A7. Existential-Import of the Screw-Driver Eternity Twist
A8. 20 Mirror Mozarts Composing On Tea Bag and 1/2 Cup Bra
A9. Red Noise en Direct du Buffet de la Gare
A10. À la Mémoire du Rockeur Inconnu
B1. Petit Précis d'Instruction Civique
B2. Sarcelles c'Est l'Avenir
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.