French house duo Cassius stack their compositions with sounds you don’t typically hear on the dance floor – gospel harmonies, a ringing phone, an exuberant Ghostface Killah rap. Au Reve, their excellent follow-up to 1999’s ”1999,” shows them to be among the least parochial and most proficient of their discofied Gallic peers. House may be home for Cassius; thankfully, though, they never stay in for very long.
Au ReveFrench house duo Cassius stack their compositions with sounds you don't typically hear on the dance floor -- gospel harmonies, a ringing phone, an...Au ReveFrench house duo Cassius stack their compositions with sounds you don't typically hear on the dance floor -- gospel harmonies, a ringing phone, an...2003-01-17
Producer (group): Astralwerks
Posted January 17 2015 — 3:29 AM EST
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