Air Moon Safari Gets 10th Anniversary Edition

French duo Air are releasing a 10th anniversary edition of Moon Safari on March 31st, with additional unreleased tracks, live clips and more.

Originally released in 1998, Moon Safari melded Pink Floyd prog-rock with electronic music and went on to sell over two million copies.

In addition to the original record, the reissue contains a handful of interesting extras including a second disc of b-sides, unreleased tracks and live tracks recorded during the era. It also comes with a book and a documentary DVD about Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel.


01 La Femme d’Argent
02 Sexy Boy
03 All I Need
04 Kelly Watch the Stars
05 Talisman
06 Remember
07 You Make It Easy
08 Ce Matin Là
09 New Star in the Sky
10 Le Voyage De Pénélope

Moon Safari Remixes, Rarities and Radio Sessions:

01 Remember (David Whitaker version)
02 Kelly Watch the Stars (live at the BBC 1998)
03 J’ai Dormi Sous L’Eau (live at the BBC 1998)
04 Sexy Boy (live at the BBC 1998)
05 Kelly Watch the Stars (Moog Cookbook remix)
06 Mabrouk (live on KCRW 1998)
07 You Make It Easy (live on KCRW 1998)
08 Bossa 96 (demo)
09 Kelly Watch the Stars (demo)
10 Sexy Boy (Beck ‘Sex Kino’ mix)


01 Eating, Sleeping, Waiting & Playing
02 Videos: Sexy Boy, Kelly Watch the Stars, All I Need, Le Soleil Est Pres De Moi
03 Album graphics

2 thoughts on “Air Moon Safari Gets 10th Anniversary Edition

  1. I have just bought this set. I was browsing through the CD shelves and glanced up at the box sets. Eh.. so-so I thought. Then I saw Moon Safari. I let out an awkward shriek in the store and the people around me were noticeably weirded out. I was embarrassed of course but I took the album off from the shelf and gazed into the cover. It's packaged beautifully.

    Bonus material of any album I've thrashed is always interesting if not always wonderful to hear. It's refreshing to hear different versions. 40 NZ dollars I forked out for this. It's a lot for an album but not this one. You can't put a price on the magic this album has given me. The 12 page booklet is a bit light but the essay is still a good read. Interesting pictures through it.

    The second CD with a sigh of relief, is worth while. It would have been nice to have more of the instrumental tracks but beggars can't be choosers. Haven't watched the DVD yet. Music videos and a substantial looking artsy behind the scenes should be compelling for any fan of the band. Fans like me.

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