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Limited edition of 500 numbered copies on translucent green coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Comparsa is the third studio release by the musical group Deep Forest. The group consists of the duo Michel Sanchez and Éric Mouquet and are known by composing a style of world music, mixing ethnic with electronic sounds and beats. Their success resulted in a Grammy Award nomination in 1994 for Best World Music Album, and they won the same award one year later with their second album Boheme. Comparsa features a pronounced focus on Latin and Caribbean grooves, provided by musicians from Cuba, Belize, Mexico and Madagascar, among other places. It became #8 French export album of 1997 and was certified Platinum by SNEP Export Awards, with more than 500,000 albums sold outside France.
Limited edition of 500 numbered copies on translucent green coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Comparsa is the third studio release by the musical group Deep Forest. The group consists of the duo Michel Sanchez and Éric Mouquet and are known by composing a style of world music, mixing ethnic with electronic sounds and beats. Their success resulted in a Grammy Award nomination in 1994 for Best World Music Album, and they won the same award one year later with their second album Boheme. Comparsa features a pronounced focus on Latin and Caribbean grooves, provided by musicians from Cuba, Belize, Mexico and Madagascar, among other places. It became #8 French export album of 1997 and was certified Platinum by SNEP Export Awards, with more than 500,000 albums sold outside France.
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Comparsa [Colored Vinyl] (Grn) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Deep Forest
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition of 500 numbered copies on translucent green coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Comparsa is the third studio release by the musical group Deep Forest. The group consists of the duo Michel Sanchez and Éric Mouquet and are known by composing a style of world music, mixing ethnic with electronic sounds and beats. Their success resulted in a Grammy Award nomination in 1994 for Best World Music Album, and they won the same award one year later with their second album Boheme. Comparsa features a pronounced focus on Latin and Caribbean grooves, provided by musicians from Cuba, Belize, Mexico and Madagascar, among other places. It became #8 French export album of 1997 and was certified Platinum by SNEP Export Awards, with more than 500,000 albums sold outside France.
        
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