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Rock - Released May 7, 1984 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released June 3, 1982 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released December 3, 2004 | Parlophone (France)

A French rock band formed in 1976 by guitarists Jean-Louis Aubert and Louis Bertignac, bassist Corine Marienneau, and drummer Richard Kolinka, Téléphone released five studio albums and two live sets before breaking up in 1986. This three-disc box set collects the key and most essential tracks from the band’s recorded catalog, adding up to 60 cuts in all, some of them live. © Steve Leggett /TiVo
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Rock - Released April 2, 1979 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 25, 1977 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 17, 2006 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released March 3, 2006 | Parlophone (France)

A French rock band formed in 1976 by guitarists Jean-Louis Aubert and Louis Bertignac, bassist Corine Marienneau, and drummer Richard Kolinka, Téléphone released five studio albums and two live sets before breaking up in 1986. This set combines both of the Rappels compilations, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, and between them they collect the key and essential tracks from the band’s recorded catalog. © Steve Leggett /TiVo
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Rock - Released October 25, 1980 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released October 18, 1986 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 24, 2000 | Collective

Rock - Released November 20, 2015 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 30, 2000 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released May 7, 1984 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released June 3, 1982 | Parlophone (France)

French post-punk rockers Telephone's third album passed by all but unnoticed outside of their native land, but actually racks up as their strongest album ever. That a characteristically vast Bob Ezrin production plays its own part in that is, of course, inevitable. But, even without the deep canyons of sonic bruising that he layered in, Dure Limite has a clean-kicking rock sound that kicks in with the opening title track and never lets up. Masters of the light-and-shade technique that would dominate the "alternative rock" scene of a decade later, Telephone eschew all the gimmicks that scarred so many of their contemporaries' albums, aiming instead for (and this is Ezrin territory again) a fiery brew of melodic lead guitars, purposeful harmonies, and basslines like bedsprings. The party vibe of "Ça (C'Est Vraiment Toi)," the savage riffola of "Le Temps," and, finally, the unalloyed epic fantasies of the closing "Ce Soir Est Ce Soir" all pinpoint Dure Limite among the most dynamic albums of its age, a universal storm that falters in just one department -- the band's (admittedly admirable) insistence on recording their lyrics in French. It's hard to sing along if you don't know what the words mean! © Dave Thompson /TiVo
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Rock - Released November 30, 2000 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released April 2, 1979 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 20, 2015 | Parlophone (France)

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Rock - Released November 20, 2015 | Parlophone (France)