|1||Mystère Dans Le Brouillard||4:26|
|2||Los Niños Del Parque||5:01|
|3||Etre Assis Ou Danser||3:24|
|4||Aperitif De La Mort||3:43|
|5||Kess Kill Fé Show||3:28|
|6||Peut Être ... Pas||6:17|
|8||El Macho Y La Nena||4:00|
A milestone in electronic music, is finally receiving its well-deserved re-release: Liaisons Dangereuses’ legendary self-titled debut album still fascinates today, through its innovative sound and the mystery encompassing it. Since its release in 1981, it has become a classic in electronic music. The 10 electrifying songs produced by Chrislo Haas (DAF) and Beate Bartel (Mania D. / Matador) – reinforced by Krishna Goineau’s French and Spanish Speech-Attack-Lyrics – created a unique style. The album – anything other than a Berlin or Düsseldorf ‘thing’ – was propelled to an international favourite. Songs such as “Peut Être... Pas” and “Los Niños Del Parque” played a decisive role in the development of Detroit and Chicago’s house sound, as well as various forms of European techno.