Covid-19 update

Monorail Music continues to follow Scottish Government advice with regard to Covid-19. We're delighted to announce our re-opening from Monday 26 April at 11am. We will have reduced capacity with social distancing and ask that customers wear masks while in the shop. However, browsing is possible.

Entrance for now is via Osborne Street. We will be closed on Sundays, open Monday to Saturday 11-6.

Thanks for your continuing support. You helped get us through this.

Serge Gainsbourg

Marie Mathematique OST


Released: 18th June 2021

Marie-Mathematique is a series of six animated black and white short films that were aired on French television in 1965. French comic artist Jean-Claude Forest wrote, drew, and co-directed the animated feature. Serge Gainsbourg wrote the music and sang the lyrics penned by André Ruellan.

Between 1965 and 1966, Barbarella’s creator, Jean-Claude Forest, decided to tell us about the adventures of her younger sister, Marie Mathématique.
Forrest’s cut-out drawings come to life thanks to Serge Gainsbourg’s sung narration on texts by Alain Ruellan (French sci-fi author). The laughter of Marie is that of France Gall.


1er Episode, 28 October 1965

2e Episode, 25 November 1965

3e Episode, 28 January 1966

Pauvre Lola, 26 October 1964

4e Episode, 25 February 1966

5e Episode, Mars 1966

6e Episode, April 1966

Qui Est "In", Qui Est "Out", January 1966