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4.08 | 35 ratings | 3 reviews | 31% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Boum Boum Yüla ! (0:35)
2. Valdez Retro Maldito Seveso (1:43)
3. Ruben With The pippermint (0:25)
4. La Complainte D'Yvette H. (1:44)
5. Alchamie Malhabile (1:11)
6. L'Âge Du Cuivre (1:15)
7. Furtive (0:05)
8. Bossa 'Na Bossa (0:46)
9. Préavis De Grève (0:25)
10. La Procession Des Imbéciles (2:44)
11. Un Autre Chemin Que La Violence ? (2:00)
12. Lâche Cette Cuillère !!! (0:30)
13. La Routine Habituelle (Les Gaugau... Les Gaugau... Les Gaulois !!!) (1:04)
14. Nice Trap (1:33)
15. Café La Main Verte (1:14)
16. Sombre Gloire (1:25)
17. : Wagadey Wagadey Wagadey Wagadey Wagadey Woy Heeeee :Woille Hey (0:23)
18. Pour Quelques Mollards De Plus (1:30)
19. Hymen (2:02)
20. Sensual Lips And Magic Tricks (2:08)
21. Menstrual Fix And Phallic Sticks (0:53)
22. Fils-Phoque Au Gingembre (1:18)
23. Olé ! (1:07)
24. All Blacks (0:39)
25. Mrs Râ Et Amon Aclack Ont Une Fille À Tête De Chat? (0:07)
26. Illusions (1:47)
27. Salle D'Attente - Pasteurisation (1:20)
28. Confrérie De L'Intox (1:58)
29. Choc Post-Opératoire (1:12)
30. Ferme Les Yeux, Tu Vas Tacher Tes Lunettes ! (1:09)
31. J'Ai Éjaculé Une Boîte De Mouchoirs ! (1:03)
32. De Saint Calais À Bétlehem En Trafic (0:42)
33. Le Tupperware De La Mer Morte (1:32)
34. Agrabah (1:03)
35. VaGoDor Deu Sahpun (Introduction Au Rastafarï Vénusien Albinos) (1:53)
36. L'Harmonie Est-Elle Municipale? (Thèse - Antithèse - Synthèse) (1:23)
37. Méchoui (0:35)
38. Mais Qui A Laissé Cramer Le Chameau? (1:13)
39. Voodoo Break (0:45)
40. N'y Va Pas, Tante Mireille ! (0:29)
41. Ode Létale (2:05)
42. Near Death Exercise (1:57)
43. Goat Of Rahahaaz Vs Mustach'Man (1:07)
44. Enlève Ton Pied De Ma Chaussure, Pablo ! (0:12)
45. Soul Coït (12:50)
46. 1'29" À Peine (inspired by John Cage's 4'33") (1:29)
47. Ma Lamborghini Tato (II) (1:02)
48. Le Cirque Des Enfers (Yüla T'Informe) (0:58)

Total Time: 68:33

Line-up / Musicians

- Yüla Slipovitch / drums, glockenspiel, big cowbell, vibraslap, shoutings
- Wladimir Ohrelianov II / bass, little cowbell, hip hop, drunk-hunting songs, shoutings, snaps, guitars
- Tzom Trümb / trombone, drunk-hunting songs
- Pr Siphon Trounezöhle / machines, Ratzgado guitar, shoutings
- Hrabe (Black) Sebbath / vocals
- Comtesse Gnania Del Amafia / vocals
- Capt'ain Roses / guitars, shoutings
- Alter Frabrovitch / keyboards, clarinet

- Zornberguette / tap dance
- VaGoDor Deu Sahpun / baritone saxophone
- Labial Aerostick / alto saxophone
- P.A.Squale Del Amafia / soprano saxophone
- Nain Nain / trumpet
- Mustach'Man / vocals
- Julios Lefranc-Gaulois Kaïser / percussions
- Grümse / gromulus
- Genbaku Orchestra / directed improvisation
- Goat of Rahahaaz / vocals
- David Rabillet / cajon
- DJ Guilty / turntables
- Cristobal Del Amafia / trumpet
- Benoît Popol II / keyboards, snaps
- Amaël / black metal vocals

Releases information

CD AMMD/Musea Records (2006)

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SEBKHA CHOTT Nagah Mahdi - Opuscrits En 48 Rouleaux ratings distribution

(35 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(31%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(37%)
Good, but non-essential (23%)
Collectors/fans only (9%)
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Review by Man With Hat
COLLABORATOR Jazz-Rock/Fusion/Canterbury Team
4 stars To describe this album briefly: A mind bending experience. However, it is much more then that. Sebkha Chott are a band that know no boundaries and are not afraid to combine musical styles that most people would feel shouldn't be together. SC mix jazz, metal, reggae, experiemental, folk, and outright strange sounds together into this musical feast. Be warned, this is not for the faint of heart.

For me, the album can be broken down into three sections: the first, dominated by a metal sound. The second, having more of a folky nature to the music, and lastly an experimental part. However, this are strictly generalizations. Each song (sometimes even the twelve second ones) twists and turns without hesitation. But the most reoccuring theme is based in those genres. Though, going through a song by song review would be quite tedious and would be terrible to read. Besides, this is one of those records that must be heard to fully appreciate the power of it. Another thing that need to be said about this band is that they have the ability to switch genres, speeds, themes, etc more smoothly and effortlessly than any other band I've heard. It is quite remarkable and really shows the skill and percision that these musicians have, even though there are times where the music can come off as "silly". There are few downsides to this album, with the most considerable is its length. Not really overlong, as there is not much here I would consider filler, just could become a little much as it takes it's forty-eight song journey. This is mostly a personal preferance thing however.

All in all, this is a fine album that any person with adventourous ears should hear. There is enough stuff going on to keep anyone busy for years, and thus there is always something new to discover. Recommended to fans of genre hopping bands (such as Mr. Bungle, Estradasphere, etc), or to anyone that is looking for something different and can embrace the weird with arms wide open. 4 stars.

Latest members reviews

4 stars Into Sebkha Chott's unbalanced discography, "Nagha Mahdi..." is IMHO a real mindblowing RIO jewel... 48 short compositions running thru' your head at speed of light mixed on a non-stop "tour de force" full of incessant changes and brutal breaks based on a hard bass work, awsome percussions and c ... (read more)

Report this review (#1290610) | Posted by progadicto | Monday, October 13, 2014 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Their music: what a blend! From metal, to jazz, opera, contemporary music, progressive rock, electronic, ambient, classic, gypsy, egyptian, african percussions, tap dance, ska, circus music, fusion, zeuhl... , Sebkha Chott mix so many styles with a perfect mastery of structured-cr ... (read more)

Report this review (#118904) | Posted by guitar_ode | Wednesday, April 18, 2007 | Review Permanlink

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