This Parisian octet's debut album includes songs in English, French, Spanish and Arabic, and sports a rough-edged, sprawling approach reminiscent of the Clash's "Sandinista" album. There's a gospel/metal rap about a dead Rasta, a Bo Diddley-knows-rockabilly exercise, pure salsa, loopy carnival music. . . . The genre-hopping means "Puta's Fever" suffers from an occasional loss of focus, but when drummer Santiago Casariego kicks into overdrive, a rowdy verve pervades the music.