℗ 1979 Mercury Music Group
 

Aux armes et caetera

Serge Gainsbourg

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1
Javanaise Remake
Serge Gainsbourg
3:09
2
Aux armes et caetera
Serge Gainsbourg
3:07
3
Les locataires
Serge Gainsbourg
2:11
4
Des laids des laids
Serge Gainsbourg
2:37
5
Brigade des stups
Serge Gainsbourg
1:58
6
Vieille canaille
Serge Gainsbourg
3:02
7
Lola rastaquouère
Serge Gainsbourg
3:42
8
Relax Baby Be Cool
Serge Gainsbourg
2:32
9
Daisy Temple
Serge Gainsbourg
3:55
10
Eau et gaz à tous les étages
Serge Gainsbourg
0:37
11
Pas long feu
Serge Gainsbourg
2:37
12
Marilou Reggae Dub
Serge Gainsbourg
3:51
Total Playing Time    33:18
Serge Gainsbourg's Aux armes et caetera, his biggest commercial success, was recorded in Jamaica with reggae greats Sly and Robbie and vocalists from the I Threes including Rita Marley. The first of two reggae albums from Gainsbourg, it sold over 400,000 copies within months of its release in March 1979 and yielded several big hits, including the controversial (at the time) title song, a reggae version of the French national anthem La Marseillaise.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Music Group Studio Masters

Tracks 5, 6, 7, 8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit.

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