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Boomkat Product Review:
The holy grail of French psychedelic pop is here, and we can again thank Finders Keepers for the privilege of re-issuing this scarcely seen gem. I'm sure many of you will have heard whispers about this one... it's lauded as being 'the real deal' by everyone from Jim O'Rourke to Stereolab's Tim Gane, and what's more it's actually worth all the hype. A crate digging legend for years, 'L'Enfant Assasin Des Mouches' is the legendary collection of tracks from 'the French David Axelrod' Jean-Claude Vannier, and was compiled from sessions with the band that recorded Serge Gainsbourg's utterly legendary 'Histoire de Melody Nelson' album. Of course Vannier was the brains behind the orchestration of that album, and his incredible talents are set free over the course of 'L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches'. On hearing the veritable box of delights contained on the album it's easy to see why it's become such a holy grail for hip-hoppers the world over - it's a minefield of essential breaks, abstract sounds and outré pop excess. What's more, it sounds like almost nothing else you can get your hands on. Yet again we're left stunned by Finders Keepers, this record might have been out for quite some time now but if you haven't already managed to lay your hands on it there's never been a better time. Truly unique and frankly stunning music - as essential as they come!