Tricatel release the reissue of Helena Noguerra's Azul, released in 2001. First time on vinyl. Noguerra on the "Inspired by Barthes, who wrote that the resistance would probably be one day in the affirmation of happiness, I wanted to write a happy record, so happy that it would be a provocation. So, I wanted to sing about love in the naive and poetic language that Portuguese is for me. It is the language of secrecy and modesty, of sensuality and eroticism. So, we recorded Azul in the offices/studios of Tricatel in four days. With the Recyclers (Steve Arguëlles, Benoit Delbecq, Christophe Minck), we created these versions on the spot and on ADAT tape for a budget of thirty thousand francs. It is, until now, my album which travelled the most, and which found the most aficionados. This reissue for the first time on vinyl, almost 23 years later, fills me with joy." Printed inner sleeve containing vintage studio photos.