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|1.||"Lee Harvey Oswald" (Zaza dance mix) (5:40)|
|2.||"Pas De Petit Garcon Dans Mon Avion" (3:36)|
|3.||"Elle A Tokyo" (2:54)|
|4.||"Les Guerriers" (5:13)|
|1.||"Trans Amor Express" (dance mix) (4:35)|
|2.||"Love Is My Weapon" (4:22)|
|3.||"John Wayne" (4:15)|
|4.||"Rendez-vous A Malibu" (3:13)|
Dropping just three EPs between 1982 and 1987, Takenoko were a true enigma in the heady rush of French new wave. This group from Bordeaux hit all the right notes, fusing choppy indie instrumentation with punchy synth lines and angular vocals - in a parallel universe they could have been huge. Emotional Rescue have done the right thing in bringing together their three EPs for this definitive introduction to a rare and righteous slice of underground arcana. Whether it's the breezy pop stylings of "Elle A Tokyo" or the slow, stomping funk of "Trans Amor Express," Takenoko are a joy to listen to for any new wave devotee.
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