An unsurpassed milestone in electro/African fusion, concocted in the Crammed lab back in... 1983 (!!), this is a head-on collision between traditional Central African vocals and uncompromising analog electronics. Resulting from a torrid encounter between Congolese singer Bony Bikaye, Algerian-born French composer Hector Zazou and mad scientists CY1 (with help from future Congotronics producer Vincent Kenis & label founder Marc Hollander), this album was acclaimed by the international music press, has influenced scores of artists, and remains astonishingly fresh to this day.
“One of the most innovative LPs of the year... in the same class as Byrne and Eno’s “Bush Of Ghosts”... resembles the startling outcome of an imaginary collaboration between DAF and Fela Kuti” (Melody Maker, UK, ‘83)
“Fela Kuti-meets-Kraftwerk-on-the-dancefloor” (International Musician, USA, ‘86)