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C'ÉTAIENT DE TRÈS GRANDS VENTS

Shub-Niggurath

 

Zeuhl

2.95 | 26 ratings

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Rainer Rein
3 stars The second "not-only-in-cassette" album of this French adventurous band having such kind of Lovecraftian name. Compared to their first great album Les Morts Vont Vite this one seems unfortunately a bit "unfinished" and not very "monumental". We can listen seven "slowly-moving trips to hell" with dark and "looking-for-something"-sounds. This music sounds fortunately more interesting than usual rock band because of using trombone and harmonium here. In addition we can listen female "dramatic" vocals in one tune as well. 3,5 stars really!
Rainer Rein | 3/5 |

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