Looking for Saint Tropez  

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"Telex's debut album, Looking for Saint Tropez, featured the worldwide hit single "Moskow Diskow", one of the first ever electronic dance/pop songs." --Sholem Stein

"A sarcastic deconstruction of "Rock Around the Clock" by Telex. I say pop a valium and leave the tempo knob where it is." --deadvolvo1 via [1]

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Looking for Saint Tropez is Belgian electronic band Telex's first studio album, released in 1979. It featured "Moskow Diskow", "Ça Plane Pour Moi" and "Rock Around the Clock".

"Café De La Jungle" is a Martin Denny spoof.


No. Title Length
1. "Moskow Diskow" 4:12
2. "Pakmoväst" 3:42
3. "Café De La Jungle" 1:07
4. "Ça Plane Pour Moi" 5:25
5. "Some Day/Un Jour" 1:12
6. "Something To Say" 5:02
7. "Rock Around the Clock" 3:56
8. "Victime De La Société" 3:54
9. "Twist À Saint Tropez" 3:19

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