Despite achieving much success in recent years, the French have earned a reputation for kitschy dance music more than anything else. Rinôçérôse offer something a little different to the disco with their own peculiar homages to guitar music. Whilst the opening two tracks possess fun but ultimately wearisome cheap thrills, the album gathers strength and momentum which will doubtless satisfy clubbers and died in the wool rock fans in equal measure, hitting its most hypnotic groove on 'Brian Jones: Last Picture'. And even though track titles as dismissive as 'No, We Are Not Experienced!' and 'Professeur Suicide' indicate a sense of humour they are in fact serious exemplars for interesting house music. In addition, using samples from groups as disparate as The Small Faces and The Cure reveal their eclecticism. 'Music Kills Me' is an ideal companion piece to the Playgroup album with which it shares its predilection for dance music incorporating non-dance influences.