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2.33 | 2 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. St. Tropez 67, Pt. 1 (02:34)
2. St. Tropez 67, Pt. 2 (03:05)
3. Transe En Danse (05:02)
4. Super Voiture Bien Sur (05:15)
5. LSD Force (06:16)
6. Choc Systematique, Pt. 1: Intro (05:16)
7. Choc Systematique, Pt. 2: Tekno (03:21)
8. Choc Systematique, Pt. 3: Hardcore (02:26)
9. Choc Systematique, Pt. 4: Final (05:43)
10.Non Non Non (03:50)

12.Super Voiture Bien sur

Line-up / Musicians

evo/vocals, machines, folk guitars
Chris Liverpool/guitars, basses
Killeryoyo/basses, guitars
Iksvox/machines, sound and visual designs
Black Day Eric/add-ons, machines
Ian Doray/electric guitars

Releases information

RKO Records/Evolutive Records

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EVOLUTIVE Analogique ratings distribution

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EVOLUTIVE Analogique reviews

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Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
2 stars Evolutive offers this album and one other as a free download from their web site. That's where I got it. And I feel sort of ripped off.

Do not be fooled by the "neo-prog" label given to this band. There is very little prog at all to the album. The majority of the tracks are alternative rock or grunge, with maybe, just maybe a dash of psychedelia tossed in.

It's not until you get to the four part Choc Systematique that you get to anything vaguely resembling prog. The first part is mostly a one chord jam. The other sections, all have a slight Pink Floyd circa Astronomy Domine sort of vibe. But not enough to keep me interested.

By the final track Non Non Non, I'm thinking the same thing.

Latest members reviews

3 stars A free download album from their website. Perhaps a good idea. This French band is listed in the Neo Prog genre. That makes me scratching my head because what comes out of my speakers is not Neo Prog. It is rather Non Prog (sorry. Could not resist this pun). OK, that pun was a bit too naughty. ... (read more)

Report this review (#512405) | Posted by toroddfuglesteg | Wednesday, August 31, 2011 | Review Permanlink

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