Alain wrote the music, and the duo practiced for some time before they began recording, in their home, with two Revox A77 tape machines. That way they put together all the tracks recorded to be included on their only album - 10" GMT. Knowing in advance that no big label would sign them because their music was not commercial [& punk was the flavor of the season at the end of the 1970s], they decided to press the album themselves at FLVM, a French ‘do it yourself’ label. Before taking it to press, the guys added some overdubbing at Roanne studio with sound engineer Mark Tamburro, and the album was released as a Roanne Music record.
The big advantage at the Roanne studio were the additional instruments and the polyphonic Korg synth that Alain used through the recording. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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