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Disco - Released October 27, 2014 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released July 10, 2001 | Malligator Préférence

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Disco - Released October 28, 2016 | Malligator Préférence

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Disco - Released May 4, 2015 | Malligator Préférence

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Disco - Released October 27, 2014 | Malligator Préférence

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Disco - Released February 12, 2016 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released January 28, 2007 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released November 3, 2002 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released September 6, 2012 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released April 4, 1979 | Malligator Préférence

In the late 1970s, one thing Cerrone could not be accused of is relying on formula; Supernature was a major departure from Love in C Minor and Cerrone's Paradise, just as Cerrone IV: The Golden Touch was a major departure from Supernature. And for the most part, Cerrone's fifth album, Cerrone V: Angelina, is very much a departure from The Golden Touch. A diverse LP from 1979, Angelina finds the Parisian branching out into pop/rock without abandoning Eurodisco completely. Unfortunately, Angelina marked the first time a Cerrone album was uneven and disappointing. The glossy "Call Me Tonight," which features vocalist M. Aller, is a Eurodisco jewel, but "Living on Love" sounds mechanical and stiff; and the tunes that combine disco and rock elements are fairly catchy but far from remarkable. "Rock Me," in fact, ends up sounding like a poor person's version of Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff." This isn't to say that Angelina is a bad album; the record does have its moments, but it's hardly in a class with Love in C Minor, Supernature, or The Golden Touch. This is an album that only diehard Cerrone collectors will want. ~ Alex Henderson
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Electronic/Dance - Released April 20, 2015 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released March 23, 1982 | Malligator Préférence

In 1982, Cerrone was determined to forge ahead; and, for the Paris native, that meant paying a lot less attention to the type of Eurodisco that had endeared him to European audiences in the late 1970s. You won't find a lot of Eurodisco on 1982's Back Track; instead, this vinyl LP emphasizes sleek, sophisticated R&B/pop and is often quite mindful of the sounds that urban contemporary stations were playing at the time. Memorable items like "Stop on By," "Strollin' on Sunday," and the title track (which enjoyed some urban contemporary airplay on the East Coast) don't sound anything like "Love in C Minor" or "Take Me," but they have a lot in common with the material that Kashif and his allies were producing and writing for Evelyn "Champagne" King in 1981 and 1982. However, Cerrone acknowledges his past with an interesting remake of "Supernature," which features singer Nanette Workman and is more R&B-minded than the original version. And "Trippin' on the Moon" has a European dance-pop flavor. But Back Track is an R&B album first and foremost, and while it isn't among Cerrone's essential releases, it's solid and respectable. ~ Alex Henderson
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Electronic/Dance - Released May 4, 2015 | Malligator Préférence

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Electronic/Dance - Released June 29, 2018 | Malligator Préférence

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Dance - Released April 12, 1995 | Malligator Préférence

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Electronic/Dance - Released January 12, 2015 | Malligator Préférence