Label: Audio (Magazine) - Audio CD-14 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Greece • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock, Krautrock, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Avantgarde, Lounge, Acoustic, Novelty, Folk Rock, Blues Rock, Experimental, Ska, Punk, Techno, Ambient, Prog Rock, Rock & Roll, New Wave, Goth Rock, Contemporary Jazz
It was released on CD and 10" vinyl. Its tracks were later re-released on the Oscillons from the Anti-Sun compilation. In the UK, some copies were stickered with the message "Includes French Disco ", due to that track receiving an unexpected amount of airplay on British radio.
At the group's request, and in keeping with their "retro" aesthetic, the artwork for this and most subsequent Stereolab releases used the s Elektra logo a slightly revised version of which was subsequently reintroduced and remains in use today instead of the then-current logo. The re-recorded version of "French Disko" see below was voted 5 in the same poll, and 36 in the All-Time Festive Fifty broadcast in January Given the limited pressing, the single did not chart.
The alternative version of "Jenny Trabajo Nonstop - Various - Lieder Der Berge: Elektronische Grüße Aus Dem Erzgebirge appeared along with the original single version on Oscillons from the Anti-Sun. The Ondioline was a pioneering electronic keyboard invented by Georges Jenny in and commonly called the French Disko - Various - Audio CD Ondioline.
Lotus - Various - Forever Changing - The Golden Age Of Elektra Records - 1963-1973 (Deluxe Edition), Prove It All Night - Bruce Springsteen - Wild New Jersey, Atmosphere - Joy Division - Substance, Various - Space Daze, Harshlove - Mort Pour La Transe