Retro-futuristic, gorgeously languid, utterly irresistible – Air changed the sonic landscape almost overnight with the release of ‘Moon Safari’ in 1998. Taking a break from performing the album in full on a mammoth world tour, Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin reflect on their robo-romantic masterpiece 

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