13 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vitalic's debut album bridges various French electronic traditions, adopting the hypnotic grind of pioneers like Laurent Garnier and Daft Punk while paving the way for fist-pumpers like the Ed Banger crew. But he also displays a global perspective: "La Rock 01" is bare-knuckled techno with a sleek Teutonic flourish, and "The Past" mimics Kraftwerk. "My Friend Dario" and "No Fun" tackle New York electroclash, while "Newman" is a rock 'n' roll riot. "Poney Pt. I" condenses all those influences into a potent hybrid of nonstop thrills.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vitalic's debut album bridges various French electronic traditions, adopting the hypnotic grind of pioneers like Laurent Garnier and Daft Punk while paving the way for fist-pumpers like the Ed Banger crew. But he also displays a global perspective: "La Rock 01" is bare-knuckled techno with a sleek Teutonic flourish, and "The Past" mimics Kraftwerk. "My Friend Dario" and "No Fun" tackle New York electroclash, while "Newman" is a rock 'n' roll riot. "Poney Pt. I" condenses all those influences into a potent hybrid of nonstop thrills.

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