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Jaune Toujours - Camping del Mundo - 2002

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Camping del Mundo
(chou 0604) production Choux de Bruxelles - release 02/10/2006
The second full album of Jaune Toujours, but the first released on the own label Choux de Bruxelles. Camping del Mundo puts the social and urban themes Jaune Toujours started exploring on Brusk, in a broader perspective. In a musical formula which had proved its value: songs alternated with solid instrumental pieces, carried by the power of an energetic horn section.
01. Rouge
02. Printemps (La brabançonne des immigrés)
03. Bomb
04. Camping del Mundo
05. 54
06. La Valse du 55
07. St. Gilles de Binche
08. Tu Trouves Que ça Groove
09. Tapis
10. Winterlicht
11. Chien Dangereux
12. Quoi
13. Plein d'Envie
14. Attendu
15. Foire
16. De Zee Is Een Zij Zei Hij
17. Graffiti
18. Hai Nene
19. Bombarie
Piet Maris vocals & accordion
Théophane Raballand drums & percussion
Bert Bernaerts upright bass & trumpet 
Christophe Morisset bass tuba & trombone
Mattias Laga sax soprano & clarinets
Bart Maris trumpet

Katia Pohlodkova, Luba Macova & Laïla Amézian vocals

Recording & Mixing: Rudy Coclet at Rising Sun Studio. Mastering: Benjamin Bertozzi at the Jet Studios
Press quotes:

Jamie Renton in fROOTS (august 2002): 

Jaune Toujours are a kick ass roots band who hail from Brussels and play their own distinctive form of wild, weird, brassy folk-punk. Had Joe Strummer swapped his guitar for an accordion, had Shane Mc Gowan imbibed vast quantities of Belgium wheat beer instead of vast quantities of... whatever it is he knocks back, had Mano Negra or Les Negresses Vertes hailed from Brussels, well they might all have sounded a bit like this. JT leader Piet Maris has a raw declamatory style reminiscent of the above named, although at the same time very much of his own. He can belt it out or get down ‘n’ dirty, and he also plays the hell out of the accordion, pumping the instrument into new heights of grit and frenzy. Add to this a kicking horn section, and you have one hell of a band.