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POEME ELECTRONIQUE: The Echoes Fade

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Artist: POEME ELECTRONIQUE
Title: The Echoes Fade
Format: CD
Label: Anna Logue Records (@)
Rated: *****
Some months after the release of the deluxe double album edition here's the CD edition of the first ever Poeme Electronique album THE ECHOES FADE. Remastered for an optimum CD experience the album has a different track list sequence, two tracks less ("Voice" and "Give your life away") and even if Marc decided to put a fold out poster with the graphics for each track (just like on the double gatefold vinyl edition) you will miss all the lyrics and the limited postcard. It's the first time that Anna Logue decided to release a double edition of an album and Poeme Electronique's lost album is the first case. As I already wrote on my review to the vinyl's edition, THE ECHOES FADE ideally link late 70s music a la Toya/Kate Bush or Tubeway Army with the electronic sounds of early 80s with deep atmospheres, cool melodies and the distinctive vocals of Sharon and Julie. If you missed the vinyl because you don't have a turntable, now you don't have no excuses. Check it!

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