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Fruits de Mer Announces November Releases

Fruits de Mer has just announced the list of new releases for November. Some familiar names and some new artists. As usual, these are all limited edition releases. And there are some juicy snippets appearing as YouTube videos on the FdM web site.

by Henry Schneider, Published 2013-09-27

Here are the track listings again for each new single scheduled for release on November 18, 2013.

1. Vibravoid (Crustacean 41) 33rpm

a side Colour Your Mind (originally by Tyrnaround)
b side La Poupee Qui Fait Non (Michel Polnareff)
+ Optical Sound (Human Expression)

2. Vespero (Crustacean 42) 33rpm

a side Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Pink Floyd)
b side One Of These Days (Pink Floyd)
(+ insert double-sided poster)

3. Shrunken Head Music (Crustacean 43) 33 rpm double 7"

side 1 Frobisher Neck - To Another Universe' (Brainticket)
side 2 Black Tempest - 'Rubycon Part 1' (Tangerine Dream)
side 3 Vespero -' J`Ai Mal Aux Dents' (Faust)
side 4 Jay Tausig - 'The Glorious Om Riff' (Gong)
(gatefold sleeve)

4. Regal Crabomophone 2014 Annual (RC Winkle 13) 33rpm

side 1 Mark McDowell - Girls Of Belvoir
side 2 Octopus Syng - Listen To The Moths
(+ insert poster)

5. Fruits de Mer 2014 Annual (Crustacean 44) 33rpm

side 1 The Blue Giant Zeta Puppies - 'The Joe 90 Theme' (Barry Gray)
Astralasia - 'Johnny Remember Me' (Geoff Goddard)
side 2 The Blue Giant Zeta Puppies -'Lost In Space' (John Williams)
The Raiders - 'I Remember' (CJT ‘Beau’ Midgley & Robin White)
(postcard insert)

Filed under: New releases

Related artist(s): Jay Tausig, Frobisher Neck

More info
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fruits-de-Mer-Records/113103324869

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