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3.76 | 56 ratings | 2 reviews | 18% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Des Papillons, Des Cerfs Volants (7:31)
2. Hors-la-loi (5:03)
3. Le Bois Travaille, Même Le Dimanche (12:40)
4. Sous Le Nez De Pinocchio (4:49)
5. Voyage En Autarcie (7:06)
6. Jamais Seul (3:31)
7. L'Oeil Et L'Ouïe (5:55)
8. Clown Blanc (3:29)
9. Dames Et Dominos (3:53)
10. Collines Roses (3:51)
11. Ultime Atome (Anatomie D'Un Conte À Rebours) (3:51)
12. A L'Ombre Des Pictogrammes (6:28)

Total time 68:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Caroline Crozat / vocals
- Christian Décamps / vocals, guitar, piano, accordion
- Hassan Hajdi / guitars
- Tristan Décamps / piano, guitar, vocals
- Thierry Sidhoum / bass
- Benoît Cazzulini / drums, percussion

Releases information

Artwork: Jak & Phil Umbdenstock

2xLP Artdisto ‎- ART 401661 (2009, France)

CD Artdisto ‎- ART 401661 (2009, France)

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ANGE Le Bois Travaille, Même Le Dimanche ratings distribution

(56 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(18%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(36%)
Good, but non-essential (27%)
Collectors/fans only (16%)
Poor. Only for completionists (4%)

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Review by Marty McFly
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Errors and Omissions Team
4 stars Ange, one of these groups that never bothered much with translating their titles to English (be it names of albums, songs or even lyrics itself). They simply continued in French (except one album as far as I know). They also remained prolific through last 4 decades (except 90s that were quite dry). However, what changed a lot was their sound. As usual with groups from 70s, they suffered degradation of sound in 80s to find themselves in shape (like I often say) after revolution (of 89, political one, completely unrelevant to Ange's music business though), even not regaining their former glance of "golden era".

But Ange is quite successful even nowadays. Let's face it, it's not the same music as it was before, they moved elsewhere. It's not that much of Symphonic as it used to be, but is it Prog ? Is it interesting ? Is it enjoyable to just listen to this music, forget about Symphonic roots and take it as it is ? I think that answer is yes. It's still dark music, but differently. Modern sounds that either aren't as much good (as their former sound), or simply aren't so good at all (without comparison). I'm not sure. But hope is not yet lost completely, because from band that's active for 41 years (some personal changes I suppose, but it's still Ange), it's bold release.

4(-), just try it.

Latest members reviews

5 stars Ange rediscovered their prog credentials in the 2000's after,by their high standards,some less than essential releases in the 80's and 90's.This one from 2010 marks a heavier and more intense direction,continued with 2012's Moyen Age.There is not the odd vaudeville,light relief track found in pr ... (read more)

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