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June 16, 2011


Brian Turner

Oh man, the definitive TC DDAA post, been waiting for this...

Great post. Looking at all these wonderful artworks, it strikes me how D.D.A.A. are close to Bazooka, a group of French independent designers who did a lot of cover art in the 1980s.

Valerie Blindee

Thanks this is a very good post. Thank you soooo much. I asked my French friends if they know DDAA. I'm still waiting for their answers.

Editor B

Ohhhh yes thank you.

Philippe B

What a great slice of french oddity, i'm really amazed you've heard about them, woaw !!!
these weirdos met at the Art-School in Caen (Normandy), there was a good record-shop in town (dont remember the name so) with lots of early punkitude and experimental stuff to find, it's where i bought "Miss Vandann" back in 79.
I was there with a friend, looking for some Residents stuff when i saw this single et instantly been captured by its home-made cover and incredibly strange soundscapes, holy reminder of the time music was a-changing everyday...
i've never saw them live though. I recently sold this record to another friend of mine, for his own D.D.A.A collection.

Thx a million for this post :)
geetz from Normandy.

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