Les Disques du Crepuscule
Release date: 08/06/2013
Genre: Funk, Pop
Formed in 1981 by former members of Marine, funky ensemble Allez Allez issued popular mini-album African Queen before moving onto a major label for Promises, produced by Martyn Ware of Heaven 17/BEF.
This expanded compilation features all tracks from both albums as well as singles and b-sides. Artwork by Emmanuel Riccardi.
1. Allez Allez
2. African Queen (Pour la Grace)
3. Turn Up the Meter
4. Valley of the Kings
5. The Time You Cost Me
6. Unwritten Symphonies
7. Things We Used To Do (Promises)
8. Flesh & Blood
9. My Name Is Culture
10. Mama Lou Parkes
11. Swedish Girl (Papa Was)
12. Wrap Your Legs (Around Your Head)
13. How Can I Ever Make You Feel Me?
14. She's Stirring Up
15. Marathon Dance
16. Allez Allez (Fly Remix)
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