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Ah, yes, the ol' switcheroo; SaA makes you think it's a typical orange blossom cologne, but, lo, it's not! Behind the summer frock is the diabolically vulgar chord first used in Insolence: tuberose, capsicum, fruit. A funny turnaround piece that sits next to Amaranthine as one of Bertrand Duchaufour's more inventive works.