Album Title: Pour Information. Art Direction – Tcharlz. Bass – Benoit Chapdelaine (tracks: 12), Pierre-Paul Mayer. Drums – Jérôme Laperruque (tracks: 12), Martin Mayer. Engineer – David Tarabbia. Executive Producer – Paula Production, Tcharlz. Guitar – Jérôme Rebotier (tracks: 12), Pierre-Paul Mayer. Keyboards – David Hadjadj, Pierre-Paul Mayer.
Information Society is the debut studio album by American synth-pop band Information Society. It was released on June 21, 1988, by Tommy Boy Records and Reprise Records. It was the band's first release under a major label, after two independently released extended plays. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on December 6, 1988, denoting shipments in excess of 500,000 copies in the United States.
Information is the first album by Berlin. It was released in 1980 by Vinyl Records, and was recorded during the period when Terri Nunn had temporarily left the band to pursue an acting career and Virginia Macolino performed the lead vocals. Several songs were written by previous lead singer Toni Childs who went solo prior to the album's release. Virginia Macolino – lead vocals. Chris Velasco – guitars.
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Musique pour Supermarché (English title: Music for Supermarkets) is the sixth studio album by electronic musician and composer Jean-Michel Jarre. Only a single copy was pressed and distributed, and its master plates were deliberately destroyed. In 1983, Jean-Michel Jarre was asked to compose the background music for the supermarket-themed art exhibition Orrimbe show. Jarre agreed, recording Musique pour Supermarché (English: Music for Supermarkets) between February and May 1983.