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2.74 | 16 ratings | 2 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Priviliege (6:02)
2. Meeting Kim (4:46)
3. Dream in Am (5:37)
4. Mr. Lotto (7:29)
5. Did You Say Salmon? (8:42)
6. The High Muckity-Mucks (3:07)
7. Talking to Flowers (7:26)
8. It Will Be Fine (5:17)
9. Fore (5:23)
10. Aberrations (5:00)

Total Time 58:49

Line-up / Musicians

Performing musicians:

- Francios Bernatchez / drums
- Antoine Bernatchez / guitars
- Didier Berthuit / vocals
- Martin Bleau / guitars
- Guy Brindamour / bass
- Mathieu Chamberland / keyboards

Studio musicians:
- Francios Bernatchez / drums
- Didier Berthuit / vocals, keyboards
- Martin Bleau / guitars, backing vocals
- Daniel Bouchard / bass
- Maxim Legare / bass
- Daniel Lacombe / tablas

Releases information

Unicorn Digital - UNCR-5048

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QWAARN Aberrations ratings distribution

(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (33%)
Collectors/fans only (27%)
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Review by Windhawk
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2 stars A rather unique sounding sophomore release from this Canadian band.

Musically the seem to have set a foundation in symphonic prog or neo prog; with lots of melodic synthwork being present most of the time here.

But planned or not, atonal and disharmonic elements keep appearing from instruments and vocals alike; creating a unique and alien soundscape. Which is enhanced by the accent and delivery of the vocalist here.

Some of the songs here work quite well; but most doesn't - for me this gets too weird most of the time. Fans of weird and eccentric music should seek out this one though.

Review by b_olariu
3 stars Second release from 2007 named Aberrations left somehow the VDGG atmosphere of the first album only on copuple of pieces is still present and the band optained for a more neo prog meets symphonic prog passages. Overall the album is ok , maybe chaotic in places, with the exception Meeting KIm by far the best pieces of the album with some very nice guitar and vocal parts and instrumental sections from Did You Say Salmon? the rest of the album is decent but far from being great. I don't like very much the voice of the new vocalist Didier Berthuit, in parts is dull without having that pleasent Hammill moments of the previous one. Eh, let's say 3 stars but with indulgence, is worse then other albums where I've gave 3 stars, not a great album but has some good moments overall. I like thier first one better.

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