June 6, 2024

Celluloide announces final volume in the ‘Numériques’ series – watch the trailer here

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The final volume in the “Numériques” series by Celluloide is now announced (and also immediately available for preorder from the BOREDOMproduct label). Just like the previous “Numériques” volumes the CD version includes several singles and remixes but also exclusive material such as several unreleased tracks, new recordings and rarities.

“Numériques (3)” will be released at the end of November. You can already watch the YouTube trailer below.


Below is the tracklist of the CD version:

01 – Le (Très Long) Baiser Géométrique
02 – People Like Me (Consolation Mix)
03 – This Aching Kiss (Foretaste Remix)
04 – Translation Of Love (Vectoriel Mix)
05 – Make Things Last (Bodymix)
06 – Ordinosaure (U-Mix)
07 – Seven And Forever (8-Bit Instrumental)
08 – Cœur 8-Bit (Pixel Edit)
09 – La Guerre De Cent Ans (Early Instrumental)
10 – Imprévisible (Version Claire)
11 – L’Amour Est Clair (Originel)
12 – The Paradox Of The Mirror Girl (Autumn Mix)

+ CD bonus:

13 – This Aching Kiss (Foretaste Extended Remix, (previously unreleased version, from the Foretaste archives)
14 – Cœur 8-Bit (remixé par Page), from the Cœur 8-Bit digital single)
15 – A Lie (1999 demo)
16 – It needed And End (Instrumental, from the Seven And Forever digital single, remastered from the original demo)

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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