Noblesse Oblige - Privilege Entails Responsibility - CD

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    Originally released in the UK only in 2006, this is the album that established Noblesse Oblige on the international Indie/Electro scene with early club hits such as Bitch, Daddy (Don’t Touch Me There) and Offensive Nonsense. Like its successor IN EXILE, the album contains a wild mix of musical references, from the gothic blues of “Nervous” over Prokofiev-sampling “Caligula” to Gallic pop tribute “Quel Genre de Garcon” and soundtrack ballad “Night Train To Krakow”. The album’s raw and energetic, gloomy art-pop combined with the band’s trademark lyrical wit and dark humour has gained Noblesse Oblige a growing cult following, resulting in more than 300 Live shows over the past 4 years. The album contains previously unreleased bonus material such as cover versions of Eric Burdon’s When I Was Young and Stephanie de Monaco’s Ouragan/Irresistible which were recorded for Edwin Brienen’s 2008 arthouse movie “L’Amour Toujours” in which Valerie and Sebastian also co-starred as actors. Also included are 8 remixes from befriended artists as diverse as Musiccargo (Amontillado Music), Toulouse Low Trax (Kreidler/Salon des Amateurs), Mona Mur, En Esch (ex-KMFDM), Avius and Laurent Ho. Finally, the album also includes the 2 only remixes of In Exile songs – the band’s own disco edit of Tanz, Mephisto! and Mark Reeder’s remix of Duel.
  • Additional Information

    Band Noblesse Oblige
    Title Privilege Entails Responsibility
    Label RepoRecords
    Style Goth / Electro / Industrial
    Detailed style Alternative Electro Indie
    Catalog # REPO024
    Release Date Sep 8, 2009
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