Paga Group ‎– Paga (1985)

Paga is the first of three albums by French Zeuhl ensemble Paga Group, released in 1985 on JMS jazz-rock subsidiary Cream. The album has alternately been credited to project-mastermind Bernard Paganotti. Tracklist: A1. Talk Back (7:37) A2. Mitchinoku (8:01) B1. Show Town (4:15) B2. Une parcelle d’Urantia (12:47) B3. Final d’Urantia (1:40) Credits: Bernard Paganotti […]

Weidorje ‎– Weidorje (1978)

Weidorje is the first and only album by the namesake French Zeuhl band, released in 1978 on Cobra. Tracklist: A. “Elohims Voyage” (16:23) B1. “Vilna” (12:15) B2. “Booldemug” (7:05) Credits: Michel Ettori — guitar Jean-Philippe Goude — keyboards Patrick Gauthier — keyboards, composer Kirt Rust — drums Alain Guillard — saxophone Yvon Guillard — trumpet, […]

Ys ‎– Madame la Frontière (1976)

Madame la Frontière is an album by French folk combo Ys, released in 1976 on Philips. Tracklist: A1. “O’Conell Street” (2:54) A2. “Dentu ganème (Viens avec moi)” (4:03) A3. “Madame la frontière” (2:46) A4. “Captain O’Kane” (4:58) A5. “Comment vouloir qu’une personne chante (Quand elle n’a pas son coeur en liberté)” (2:48) B1. “Ag arlane […]

Christian Vander ‎– Tristan et Yseult (1974)

Tristan et Yseult is a soundtrack album by French Zeuhl musician and Magma figurehead Christian Vander, released in 1974 on Barclay. Tracklist: A1. “Mala welekaahm (Incantation)” (3:37) A2. “Bradia da zimehn iegah (L’initié a parlé)” (2:17) A3. “Maneh fur da zess (Ensemble pour le Maître)” (1:37) A4. “Fur di hel kobaia (Pour la vie éternelle)” […]

Iggy Pop ‎– The Idiot (1977)

The Idiot is the debut solo album by American rock vocalist Iggy Pop, produced by David Bowie and released in March 1977 on RCA. Recorded in Berlin concurrently with the Low sessions, the two albums mine similar sonic territory. Tracklist: A1. “Sister Midnight” (4:19) A2. “Nightclubbing” (4:14) A3. “Funtime” (2:54) A4. “Baby” (3:24) A5. “China […]


Magma are a French chamber-rock/zeuhl band from Paris, formed in 1969 by drummer and keyboardist Christian Vander. During the 1970s, the band released six proper studio albums and a live disc on the Philips, Vertigo, Utopia, and Eurodisc labels. Members: Christian Vander (drums, vocals, piano, electric piano), Laurent Thibault (electric bass, 1969), Francis Moze (electric […]