Fille Qui Mousse

Trixie Stapleton 291 Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle

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When it was first released in 1972, Fille Qui Mousse's Trixie Stapelton LP had fewer than 100 copies pressed. Thankfully for late-'90s obscurists and fans of late-'60s/early-'70s experimental rock, its reissue deserves a good deal of availability. The record's effortless movement through heavy grooves, sound experimentation, blues-based freakouts, druggy folk, and cut-up rock winds up with the overall feel of the French band's German contemporaries (Can, Faust), and makes for a frequently explosive, always impressive set of recordings.