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  1. Mar 23,  · I Like Rain: The Story of the Jean-Paul Sartre Experience Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Fire Records); Mushroom Music Publishing, and 5 .
  2. The Jean Paul Sartre Experience may not rank in the top-tier of Flying Nun bands in most people’s minds, but this set compiling everything they released may cause some re-evaluation. First emerging in the mid-’80s with a string of solid EPs and singles (compiled on the Love Songs album), the band was a little tougher and less jangly than.
  3. Black metal/Blackened Thrash ; Death metal ; Doom/Stoner/Sludge/Retro/Occult ; Glam/Sleeze/Hardrock ; Gothic rock/New Wave.
  4. "Love Songs", the first JPSE disc is a classic of NZ jangly soft-guitar, and is alone worth the price of this set. The remaining discography is all very listenable, and very well/5(4).
  5. Check out I Like Rain: The Story of The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience by The Jean Paul Sartre Experience on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on centketgobavaga.lentiningmictagendliconuttiazuri.infoinfo(4).
  6. The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience were a New Zealand indie rock group operating in a low key way and releasing on the beloved Flying Nun label. Now we have I Like Rain, compiling all three of their albums along with a round-up of bonus material.8/10(1).
  7. Now you can experience the full story. Emerging with one of the definitive songs from the scene, I Like Rain, TJPSE began as a band filled with charm at every turn. Making the most of limited recording budgets to find inventive melodies, harmonies, and percussion, and combining them into unique and oddly joyous kiwipop gems/5(5).
  8. The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience, later renamed JPS Experience after a lawsuit by the estate of Jean-Paul Sartre, were an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun Records History. The band was formed in It contained early versions of songs like "Einstein" and "Crap Rap" that would appear on subsequent releases. In they were asked to Genres: Indie rock.

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