Juicy Panic, Edelweiss Müller DVD-Maxi
Video DVD to cheer up your telly, DVD-ROM to have fun on your MAC
(Mac OS X 10) or your PC (windows XP/2000).
(IPS D 06505)
The DVD section contains several video clips that illustrate Juicy
Panic's music in a rather Residents' way : unreleased tracks Edelweiss
Müller, Comment s'appelle votre chien ?, Lonesome
and Otarie tune (sung by Toshiaki Chiku from Les Pascals
band) plus an alternate version of Triffle Triffle from their
Otarie album. The
DVD-ROM section presents funny computer animations and many interactive
games to discover Juicy Panic's playful universe : a musical ride
from Tokyo to Montana on a curious donkey, an interactive kitsch
karaoke, odd interviews with Mami Chan and Norman Bambi, a japanese
lesson, a real quizz, several unrelesed traks, hilarious photos
and videos from Juicy Panic's discussions with donkeys ans cows.
Seriously playful !
DVD-ROM-VIDEO has been created by Christine
Dozier, Charly Meignan from Gobelins
l'Ecole de l'image in Paris.
Edelweiss Müller has won the overall Top Talent Award
and Cross Media Award and at the multimedia festival Europrix Top
in Vienna en 2004 .
Juicy Panic is a cranky mixed duet based in Normandie (France)
who mixes funnily electronics and cartoons nursery rhymes, doowop
Mami Chan (keyboards, voice ans whatever she grabs) &
Norman Bambi (computer, voice, guitar, percussions).
Juicy Panic has released Otarie
on InPolySons in 2003.
To complete Edelweiss Muller DVD-VIDEO-ROM, there's 3 flash
cartoons for Juicy Panic's music available on Internet : Triffle
Triffle by Bechamel and You drive me oh oh oh &
Triffle Triffle / The Fruit Punch Image Song by Torisukoshiro.