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4.81 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 75% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:
1. Nonne assistante à personne à Tanger (10:12)
2. Ethnies (3:53)
3. Le ballon de Billy (7:42)
4. Adrénaline (7:06)
5. Jusqu'où iront-ils? (8:49)
6. Culinaire Lingus (5:38)
7. Virgule (3:04)
8. Ode à Emile (3:30)
9. Sur la trace des fées (5:08)
10. Au-delà du délire (8:59)
11. Le bal des Laze (7:11)

CD 2:
1. Lola Bomembre (sketch) (2:32)
2. On sexe (8:32)
3. Shéhérazade (4:32)
4. Si j'etais le Messie (5:54)
5. Prélude (3:12)
6. Cadavre exquis (12:18)
7. Présentation (3:53)
8. Docteur Man (4:00)
9. Vu d'un chien (8:14)
10. Ces gens-là (6:35)
11. Autour d'un cadavre exquis (11:19)

Total Time 142:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Decamps / vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
- Tristan Decamps / keyboards, vocals
- Caroline Crozat / vocals
- Hassan Hajdi / guitars
- Hervé Rouyer / drums
- Thierry Sidhoum / bass
- Gilles Pequignot / violin (on Adrénaline), flute (on On sexe)
- Claude Chouchou Demet / acoustic guitar (on Virgule), guitar (on Autour d'un cadavre exquis)
- Daniel Haas / bass (on Ode à Emile, Sur la trace des fées, Au-delà du délire)
- Guénolé Biger / drums (on Ode à Emile, Sur la trace des fées), percussion (on Au-delà du délire)
- Francis Lalanne / vocals (on Shéhérazade)
- Jean-Marc Miro / vocals, acoustic guitar (on Si j'etais le Messie)
- Manu / tablas (on Si j'etais le Messie)
- Jean-Pascal Boffo / guitars (on Autour d'un cadavre exquis)
- Serge Doudou Cuenot / guitars (on Vu d'un chien, Autour d'un cadavre exquis)
- Norbert Krief / guitars (on Autour d'un cadavre exquis)
- Chraz / Présentation

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Musea Records, FGBG 4730.AR

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(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(75%)
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Review by Windhawk
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5 stars Unknown band for me until I got this CD - interesting to discover a band with a history closing in on 40 years that way.

Symphonic prog is the name of the game here, mixed with quite a few ballads. High class keyboards dominate many songs, some exquisite percussion work and skilled acoustic guitars are other vital elements to most of the songs here.

Still, the main asset here are the performance of main man and vocalist Christian Decamps - both when singing alone as well as when i duet with female vocalist Caroline Crozat. Decamps is a charismatic vocalist - and quite a stage presence it seems. He adds dramatic flair and theatrical elements to most tunes; especially when Crozat contributes to the songs, when at times the vocals can get close to operatical in style.

Main drawbacks on this release - some plain ballads; where understanding the lyrics may be an important aspect to enjoy them most. And all songs are sung in French, which may not suit everybody.

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