Retrofuturism from the re-made, re-modelled Antena trio, which on this 2006 album consisted of main songwriter Isabelle Antena together with daughter Penelope Fasy (in place of her father Sylvain) and deejay Axailes Solar. Conceived as a sequel to Camino del Sol, Toujours du Soleil ('always the sun') was recorded on the French Riviera - where else? - and produced by Dr Drak, Shape and Cool Groove Sessions.
Featuring a stellar cast of prestigious international guests, the 2006 Antena trip takes you from Paris to Tokyo, Goa to Washington DC. Stand-out tracks include pin-sharp stepper Le Spinner (as featured in the Samsonite luggage advert), future lounge favourite Toujours du Soleil and electro-blissout Love Is To Blame, as well as three tracks co-written with Rob Garza and Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation.
1. Le Spinner
2. Toujours du Soleil
3. Caribbean Island
4. Rendez-Vous Manque
5. Blind Date
6. Horse With No Name
7. Issy Est d'Ailleurs
8. Love Is to Blame
9. Groovy Grooving Groove
10. Le Ping Le Pong
11. Starlit Skies
12. Les Rois des Voleurs
13. Seven Colours
14. Liquid Sky
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