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Album Review

She sounds just as amateurish as Momus obviously wanted her to be, but Laila France's debut album is enlivened by stellar poptronica production by Momus — with a bit of help from Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner) and Douglas Benford (aka Si-Cut.db). Tracks like "Japanese Especially," "The Pink Song," and "Trance Cocktail Airlines" have the classic air of Brigitte Bardot-type sex-kitten glamour, though the lyrics occasionally go just a bit too far ("The Sensations of Orgasm," "First Love Blood") down those roads (probably also intentional on Momus' part.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Electronica ingenue Laila France was first hired by avant-popster Momus after she answered a newspaper ad asking for a singer reminiscent of Italian soft-porn films. With the production expertise of Momus, she released her 1997 debut album Orgonon for Bungalow Records and provided vocals...
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