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The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion (Deluxe Version) by French Horn Rebellion. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:15:35 minutes.

Artist: French Horn Rebellion
Release date: 2011
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:15:35
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No. Title Length
1. Up All Night 4:11
2. This Moment 3:54
3. Last Summer 3:26
4. Geomancer's Compass and Other Quasi-Scientific Findings 2:24
5. Running Through the Wild 3:27
6. The Cantor Meets the Alien 3:47
7. What I Want 6:50
8. The Void and Fancy Free 1:41
9. The Body Electric 3:26
10. Broken Heart 3:17
11. New Florida 3:57
12. Brasilia Girl 3:55
13. Mawson's Peak 4:24
14. Antarctica / The Decision 4:19
15. This Moment (Kap10Kurt Remix) 5:21
16. Up All Night (Clubfeet Remix) 5:18
17. What I Want (Golden Pony Remix) 3:49
18. Broken Heart (Database Remix) 3:12
19. Up All Night (Mighty Five remix) 4:57



The sibling duo of David and Robert Perlick-Molinari adore the brittle yet lush sounds of ‘80s-era techno-pop and express their reverence by updating the genre with real wit and zest. The Infinite Music of the French Horn Rebellion is a twinkling mosaic of gurgling beats and rippling pulsations, invoking by turns Depeche Mode, Lipps Inc. and the Berlin phase of David Bowie. For those seeking a sweet trip to electro-heaven, “Up All Night,” “This Moment” and “What I Want” provide sustained bursts of giddy party fun. FHR shows ambitions beyond the boundaries of clubland, however — “Mawson’s Peak” gets playful with its pitch-bending oscillations and “Antarctica/The Decision” veers into cacophonous avant-garde realms. The duo delivers a (relatively) straightforward ballad with “Last Summer” and dip into some lounge jazz for “The Cantor Meets the Alien.” Evident throughout is FHB’s sly intelligence as well as their unmistakable command of visceral grooves. Infinite Music is the smartest dance disc of the season — and a true labor of love.