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CANNIBALE

  • 01. Acceleration
    02. Let's Jump
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    CANNIBALE

    Acceleration

    [engl] 200 copies. Hand screen printed sleeve.
    Format
    7" lim
    Release-Datum
    15.03.2019
    Genre
    Indie
    Preis
    8,50 EUR
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  • 01. No Mercy For Love
    02. Mama
    03. Hidden Wealth
    04. Choppy Night
    05. Caribbean Dream
    06. Diabolic Prank
    07. Rays Of Light
    08. Speck Of Dust
    09. Caterpillar
    10. Rythm Of Fire
    11. Three Minute God
    12. Hoodoo Me
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    CANNIBALE

    No mercy for love

    [engl] 
    Still unknown in rock territory, French band Cannibale gets its name from its «kind of exotic garage» music whose humid tropical groove is slowly eating up all the stereotypes about Born Bad releases. If there’s cannibalism to be found in «No Mercy for Love», it’s in reference to the Caribbean rhythms here and there, and to the psychedelic sound from the backwoods that make this first album a peculiar occurrence in the land of strikes and wine drinkers. There’s never any silence with Cannibale and, as for the lambs, we’ll stick to the village in the middle of nowhere where the band members reside—a hamlet in Normandy with a total population of 300 including the cows. Rather than human flesh, these guys have been feeding on their own impatience. Their tale, just like their music, doesn’t fit any usual standards: lead guitarist Manuel and singer Nicolas met in junior high (which is the case for 99% of rock bands so far), but the members of Cannibale have a Frustration type profile—almost all of them are over forty. What happened during the last twenty years? With unbending faith, these guys played in loads of bands that never made it to the top (Amib, De Rien, 7Questions, Kouyaté Neerman, Renza Bo, Blast…) and even ended up playing as session musicians alongside Camile Bazbaz or Johnny Halliday.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.03.2017
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    15,00 EUR
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    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    27.03.2017
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    13,00 EUR
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  • 01. Frogs
    02. Do not love me too much
    03. Machine gets old
    04. The Ugliest Rabbit of the Seventies
    05. Ghost
    06. Not easy to cook
    07. Sirens call
    08. Pendejo
    09. Au Revoir
    10. Frogs Outro
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    CANNIBALE

    Not Easy To Cook

    [engl] 
    If Cannibale’s members brought their breakfast back up when talking about “Not easy to cook”, their listeners would be surprised. These fortysomethings being signed by Born Bad Records, the image of greaser-looking garage rockers would come to mind, but with bits of exotica stuck between the teeth, Nino Nardini & Roger Roger’s “Jungle Obsession” spilled on the table, and plastic-bottled tropical glam puked by some even more stupid incarnation than Wayne’s World’‘s Mike Myers. The stage is set, now you have to clean up everything. Why mention all this? Because there’s a world of difference between the beginning of Cannibale’s success story and this second album. It wouldn’t take much to feel as if Freddie Mercury showed up in a Renault 16 supersport to play marimba for old oafish rock fans. And actually, that’s about it: The Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Fela Kuti in rain boots. And though the amount of cows hasn’t increased in the Normandy hole these guys hail from, the number of their shows did. Between “No Mercy For Love” (their 2017 debut album), and the new one “Not easy to cook”, these Frogs – to quote the title of the opening track – did not switch from psyche cumbia to coarse-grained autotune, but rather roamed roads like doped cyclists: more than 100 dates in less than a year (including quite a few with Frustration and the Villejuif Underground), festivals such as Rock en Seine, and a eulogistic press review: “Indolent rhythms invoking Latin America and Africa.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    18.11.2018
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    15,50 EUR
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    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    18.11.2018
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    12,50 EUR
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  • 01. Petit Orang-Outan Part I
    02. Petit Orang-Outan Part II
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    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    20.07.2020
    Genre
    Garage / Powerpop
    Preis
    8,50 EUR
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