AIR - Premiers Symptômes (180g 1LP Edition, Reissue)

Country: E.U.
Label: Parlophone
Released: 15 June 2015
Genre: Electronic / Electro / Downtempo / Ambient
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Details:

* 180g 1LP Edition, Reissue
* Download Code Included
* Cut out sleeve with colour printed inner sleeve.

Description (English):
To coincide with the deluxe reissue of “The Virgin Suicides” (see below), Warner/Parlophone will also release remastered versions of Air’s five album discography on 180-gram vinyl with original artwork – their first EP Premiers Symptômes (1997), Moon Safari (1998), 10,000 Hz Legend (2001), Talkie Walkie (2004), and Pocket Symphony (2007). The packaging of Premiers Symptômes replicates the original die-cut sleeve. Pocket Symphony is a double LP pressed on white vinyl. All titles also include a download card.

Tracklisting:
A1 Modular Mix
A2 Casanova 70
A3 Les Professionnels
B1 J’Ai Dormi Sous L’Eau
B2 Le Soleil Est Près De Moi



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