Delirium in Hi-Fi  

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"Spike Jones also inspired the French composer André Popp, who in 1958 released Delirium in hi-fi under the name Elsa Popping and Her Pixieland Band, featuring edited snippets and manipulations of the speed of the magnetic tape."--Mondo Exotica (2000) by Francesco Adinolfi

Elsa Popping et sa musique sidérante (1957) is an album by André Popp in collaboration with Pierre Fatosme, an experiment in the recording techniques of the time.

It was reissued as Delirium in Hi-Fi in 1987 with cover artwork by E. Vermeulen.

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