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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Petit Mot (03:18)
2. 100% Hello (03:23)
3. Daddy Lolo (02:12)
4. Partout & Nulle Part (03:49)
5. Szomorú Vasárnap (02:09)
6. (קופים מחורבנים (01:34
7. Always Against (04:10)
8. Ой мороз (02:20)
9. Footage Of An Uproar (04:49)
10. The Squadron (Отряд не заметил потери бойца) (02:52)

Line-up / Musicians

- Marylise Frecheville - percussion and voice
- Eric Boros - baritone guitar and voice

Releases information

Released 05 April 2011 as a vinyl limited edition of 500.

All songs composed and performed by Vialka; except for Daddy Lolo (Ganim's Asia Minors), Szomorú Vasárnap (Rezső Seress/László Jávor), Ой мороз (Russian traditional), The Squadron/Отряд не заметил потери бойца (Егор Летов, translation by Szarapow), and the lyrics to קופים מחורבנים (Haruki Murakami, translation located by Victor Levin). Recorded at Les Forges in December 2010 by Nico Poisson, who also provided backing vocals and the saz solo on "Daddy Lolo". Vialka is Marylise Frecheville (percussion and voice) and Eric Boros (baritone guitar and voice). Design and layout by Alex Vorodeyev.

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