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Artist: MOVING GELATINE PLATES
Title: s/t
Format: LP & 7"
Label: Monster Melodies
Country: France
Price: $35.00
2014 release. "Monster Melodies presents a collaboration with Moving Gelatine Plates with Moving Gelatine Plates. 45 years after the start of Moving Gelatine Plates, Monster Melodies and the legendary band release an album of unreleased tracks recorded between 1970 and 1978. Comes as a translucent pink jelly colored vinyl. Comes in a sleeve which opens up, containing a flyer with a family tree illustration of the different components of the band, a post card of a vintage promotional poster rand a plus a record which is an identical reproduction of the one originally made in 1970." - Monster Melodies.

Artist: MOVING GELATINE PLATES
Title: s/t
Format: LP
Label: Replica
Country: France
Price: $24.00
"Debut album from legendary early French band, mainstay’s of the Nurse With Wound list, led by bass player Didier Thibault. Obviously influenced by Soft Machine and Frank Zappa, this original and very fine progressive rock outfit generate complex melodies and polished arrangements by the score. Elaborate themes full of breaks, and following surprising paths. The music develops by the association, superposition, blendings of the themes (more than four-hundred and fifty on the second album!), original sound combinations (organ or bass as solo instruments, trumpet, saxophone, flute, drums, vocals). The eponymous album was recorded in 1972, followed by the great "The World Of Genius Hans" twelve months later." - Replica.

Artist: MOVING GELATINE PLATES
Title: World of Genius Hans
Format: LP
Label: Replica
Country: France
Price: $24.00
The second Moving Gelatine Plates album, originally issued in 1972. "The World of Genius Hans is often given the nod over Moving Gelatine Plates self-titled debut album as their defining moment, which is surprising considering both albums are extremely close in quality. The opening title track showcases the bands ability to craft a lengthy composition of gradually unfolding, substantial development. While the exhilarating jerkiness and trademark tendency to unexpectedly jump from theme to theme is certainly still there, the group seems to rely less on the unrelenting aural assaults and machine gun choppiness of the first record. Tracks like Funny Doll and the sublime Astromonster are quintessential MGP; distorted bass lines, gorgeous horn melodies, fascinating harmonies and amorphous rhythms that never sit still. The former is perhaps the most vocal heavy the band ever got, while the latter encompasses virtually all their strengths, making it the most perfect six minutes on either album. With all that said, its virtually impossible to pick a favorite from between the two albums. A classic album and perfect representation of the eclecticism of the French progressive rock movement of the 70s." - Replica.

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