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8 thoughts on “ Cerrone - Cerrones Paradise (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Editorial Reviews. Because Music reissues on LP (with bonus CD format added) the album Cerrone's Paradise by Marc Cerrone. The cover of Cerrone's previous album was part of its success. Its strange atmosphere, its surrealistic aspect, its erotic staging and its playfulness made it a classic of disco imagery/5(37).
  2. Cerrone's Paradise Cerrone continued using pieces of photographic and audio erotica when he released his second album, Cerrone's Paradise. It was recorded with Alain Wisniak co writing and arranged by Raymond Donnez, also known as "Don Ray", as part of his arrangement entourage after parting company with Costandinos.
  3. Another reason this album is notable is the original album cover. This cover is one of the most decadent ever assembled. It makes the Sticky Fingers album cover look like a school textbook! Going back to the music, Cerrone's Paradise isn't a complete remake of his debut.
  4. On the original LP version of this album, the 16 minute title song took up all of side one, just as Love in C Minor 's first side was devoted entirely to its title song. But "Cerrone's Paradise" is a fine orchestral Euro-disco work in its own right, and the slick but funky piece is far from a carbon copy of "Love in C Minor." Euro-disco fans also found a lot to admire about "Take Me" and .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Cerrone's Paradise on Discogs.
  6. Cerrone's Paradise, an Album by Cerrone. Released in June on Malligator (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Euro-Disco, Disco.

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