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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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Electro heads will love this album for its deep and dirty bass lines, united with vintage gaming sounds this is nothing short of genius.

Seriously, why haven't I heard of this before!!! It's awesome!

Get on it! Really good album start to finish! Sounds a bit like Crystal Castles & Felix da Housecat all rolled into one. I have to credit Last.fm for this find, top marks!

Biography

Born: 1976

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Vitalic is the alter ego of Pascal Arbez, a French programmer/multi-instrumentalist who blends electro, techno, and house -- as well as elements of classical, rock, Italo-disco, and '70s electronic music -- into a sound that recalls the work of fellow countrymen Daft Punk and Air, but has its own hard-edged playfulness. Arbez played trombone as a child and young adult, but became fascinated with dance music when he heard Daft Punk in the mid-'90s. Inspired by them as well as Giorgio Moroder, Arbez...
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