There is nothing to be found on the internet about Steve Gabsi, apart from a youtube video of his band performing at a "Jacky Show".
Paul-Jean Borowsky was an early member of the French band Martin Circus.
When you see this kind of cover with a "special DJ pre release" note, there is no room for hesitation.
This one is a "wtf" lighthearted slice of eurodance coming straight from Belgium.
Here's a lively and exuberant synthpop B-side from 1984, featuring shrill vocals and playful lyrics by the French singer Cassie.
Here's a record from 1993 that sounds exactly as you would expect from looking at its sleeve.
One of the greatest cyclists of all time, Bernard Hinault, was also nicknamed "Le Blaireau" or "The Badger".
While I was digging in Oise with my friend Humangigz a couple of weeks ago, this colourful and questionable cover instantly caught my eye : no label and no release year, this had to be checked out.
In 1986, French songwriter and producer Thibaut Leigniel released the single "Des Jours Entiers" through Flarenasch.
Inspired by post punk bands such as Talking Heads and Gang Of Four, as well as New Wave and Krautrock, Takenoko formed in 1981 in the city of Bordeaux.