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4.35 | 1349 ratings

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5 stars What I think about this album is the best album from Quebec, ever. Because of the melodies, the lyrics, the musicianship, the concept and Serge Fiori's voice. Everything about this album is so beautiful.

The opening track, Vert (Green) is about spring. It represents this season so well with the wonderful flute and the bass lines.

Dixie is about summer. It's about the joy that we live throughout this season. And this joy is also brought by the instruments. Everyone knew that this was going a hit. It's the only song from this album that was released as a single and did charted in my Belle Province.

Depuis l'Automne (Since Autumn) is again about this season and the inspiration about nationalism at the time. Lyrics like: Si c't un rêve, réveille moé dont. Ça va être notre tour. Ça sera pas long. J'espère ici parce que ça s'en vient (If it's a dream wake me up. It will be our turn. It won't be long. I hope that's now because it's coming) represents these aspirations.

En Pleine Face (In Your Face) is the saddest song, because it is about this sad season that we us quebecers live, winter.

Histoires Sans Paroles (Stories Without Words) is an instrumental, but it's about this imaginary season that the members of the band invented. It should be about the outbreak of the soul.

In conclusion, there will never be an album like this that everyone loved. I asked to my mom who in her familly listened to this album. And she said "everyone".

In conclusion, this is a perfect album, even if it dosent have drums.

geneyesontle | 5/5 |


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