'Difference and Repetition' was born from two ambitions: to pay tribute to Soft Machine's Third on form (4 sides / 4 titles) and to philosopher Gilles Deleuze (Difference and Repetition is the title of his thesis) on the contents. The four long pieces of this double concept album were developed over two years and each has a different style and climate. Bold and kaleidoscopic, 'Difference and Repetition' perfectly synthesizes the musical and literary obsessions of Palo Alto.
1) The Tears of Nietzsche (Feat. Richard Pinhas) ()
2) Rhizome (Feat. Thierry Zaboitzeff) ()
3) Triptych (Feat. Alain Damasio) ()
4) Différence Et Répétition (Feat. Rhys Chatham) ()