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3.66 | 61 ratings

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3 stars Not a bad album, very original too if we remember the time it was released. For those who have listened to their previous effort "Un rêve sans conséquence spéciale", this one develops a similar "tense" / rhythmical atmosphere based on sophisticated drums parts, electronic "hypnotic" effects and loops. Pinhas' electric guitar lines are as sinister and as "heartless" than before. Driven sequencers also enrich the content. The ambience delivers a mix of aggressive, intrusive elements to "supernatural", science fiction motifs. The tempo is rather fast (on "les secoupes volantes" different themes) punctuated by "spacey" interludes. Amazing stuff, maybe less menacing and "industrial" than "Un rêve sans conséquence spéciale" but we can find the same rhythmical energy. Beginners should start with "Agneta Nilsson" which defines at its best Heldon's typical sound.
philippe | 3/5 |


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