The songs on this album deal with guilt. They carry the point of view of different narrators and characters fighting their own remorse and bad choices, desperatly trying to find ways to escape them.
You can purchase the vinyl version through Atelier Ciseaux : atelierciseaux.com/shop.php?lang=en
released May 30, 2013
La Police des moeurs est :
Francis : Synthétiseurs, voix
Anouk : Synthétiseurs, voix
Frédéric : Synthétiseurs
Catherine : Synthétiseurs, voix
Produit et enregistré par Francis au studio À Rebours, à l’automne 2012.
Mastering par Johnny Love-Dauphin.
Photos par JNL & RL, artwork par Bureaubureau & Rémi Laffitte.
Remerciements : Visage Musique, Xavier Paradis, Fredéric + JTA/Permanent Wave, Jorg/Kernkrach, Anthony/Dark Ages, Rémi/Atelier Ciseaux, Jordi/Domestica, Tony/Vocoder, Paula, Rubin, Mathieu chez Sonik, Alessandro + Stefania/Mannequin, Gabrielle Lisa Collard. Thanks to all the people we played with, showed support, bought our records.
**No Time to Be 21 written and recorded by The Adverts. It was first released as a the band 4th single on January 20th 1978. It's also available in a slightly different version on the Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts LP, released on February 17th 1978. All the songs The Adverts recorded are pure genius and should be considered top notch early UK punk. Check them out if you don't know them.
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