RNNG Intl.'s Freedom To Spend imprint is set to reissue the debut album from French sibling duo UMAN, AKA Danielle and Didier Jean.
Helmed by Pete Swanson and Jed Bindeman, Freedom To Spend will re-release the 1992 album 'Chaleur Humaine' on vinyl, CD and digital platforms on 17th September.
Originally released via Buda Musique during the French label's rise to prominence in the early 1990s, the album was the result of the duo building and recording in their own studio in Orsay, a suburb south of Paris.
"We wanted to go beyond the oceans, the mountains, to explore humanity and to snuggle up to the heart of human beings," said UMAN about the reissue. "That's why we're thrilled for new ears and a new generation to hear the music of 'Chaleur Humaine.'"
A portion of the proceeds from the release will benefit Greenpeace France. Listen to 'UMAN Spirit' and check out the tracklist and artwork for 'Chaleur Humaine' below.
01. Человечность (Chaleur Humaine – Russian)
02. UMAN Spirit
04. Human Warmth
06. Mémoire Vive
07. Chaleur Humaine
08. Cordes Sensibles
10. البشري الحرارة (Chaleur Humaine – Arabic)
12. Calor Humano
14. Hơi ấm của nhân loại (Chaleur Humaine – Vietnamese)
16. Menselijke Warmte
18. אנושית אש (Chaleur Humaine – Hebrew)
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