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Recorded on their 2011 Unplugged & Waves tour, Waves from the Road is the first live album from Simon Buret and Olivier Coursier, aka French melancholic synth pop duo AaRON. It includes seven stripped-back reworkings of tracks taken from their 2007 debut, Artificial Animals Riding on Neverland, including first Top 40 hit "U-Turn (Lili)" and single "Mister K.," both of which featured on the official soundtrack to Je Vais Bien, Ne T'En Fais Pas, and nine performances of songs from 2010 follow-up Birds in the Storm, in addition to their digital-only single "Tomorrow Morning." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 2004 in France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The two men behind AaRON, English-language lyricist Simon Buret and composer Olivier Coursier, met in 2004. Although they had written 20-odd songs together within a year of meeting, the release of their material was delayed by Buret's burgeoning film career and Coursier touring as guitarist and keyboardist with industrial metal outfit Mass Hysteria. The pair shot to fame in 2006 when their songs "U-Turn (Lili)" and "Mister K" were used on the soundtrack for the box office hit Je Vais Bien, Ne T'en...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Pop, Rock
  • Released: 05 December 2011

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