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Boomkat Product Review:
Leaving no stone unturned, Mannequin Records give up a sterling example of the early ‘80s Italian new wave with this expanded reissue of Atelier Du Mal’s sole, obscure release Noblesse Oblige cadged from tape and pressed to vinyl for the first time, replete with two bonus tracks.
With the original cassette release nigh on impossible to find, this will be many wave jumpers’ introduction to Atelier Du Mal, who nimbly trade in a spectrum of sub styles ranging from bittersweet synth-pop recalling Depche Mode in A Promise, thru to ruggedly stylish electro in Another Kind Of Madness, and gorgeous gothic torch songs such as Waiting For Someone, while the bonus bits highlights Lapo Pistelli’s canny drum programming and anguished vox in the hot stepper, Palau 2 and the aching DM-style perfection of Waiting For Someone (Someone’s Calling).