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Art Zoyd Expériences De Vol - 7  [Aka: Pure Noise] album cover
2.32 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ragnar2 (Ulrich Krieger) (15:13)
2. Eau Blanche (Kaspar T Toeplitz) (21:54)
3. Ousia (Dror Feiler) (38:25)

Total time 75:32

Line-up / Musicians

- Carl Faia / electronics & computer (1)
- Ulrich Krieger / saxophone (1,2)
- Carol Robinson / clarinet (2)
- Laurent Dailleau / Theremin (2)
- Kasper T Toeplitz / bass, bass computer
- Erik Baron / bass (2)
- Jérôme Soudan / percussion (2)
- Gérard D'Élia / sound designer (2)

Releases information

CD In-Possible Records - AZ2010 (2009, France)

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ART ZOYD Expériences De Vol - 7 [Aka: Pure Noise] ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (44%)
Collectors/fans only (22%)
Poor. Only for completionists (11%)

ART ZOYD Expériences De Vol - 7 [Aka: Pure Noise] reviews

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Review by Lewian
2 stars You may not believe it but this is what it says on the tin: pure noise! Granted, there is some variation in the noise from time to time, and the three tracks are somewhat different from each other, but still, expect pure noise, nothing else. Art Zoyd, I think, has evolved into some kind of ever-changing cloud of musicians and discogs lists this as "Various Artists", which is kind of true. The three tracks are played by rather different subgroups with existing but little intersection, but Art Zoyd's website sells it so they don't deny that it's somehow theirs. Also, despite the changing-subgroups-and-composers-thing, there is a consistent concept here, which is (did I mention this already?) pure noise. This will be one star for the vast majority of you but I give it 2 because it is, in its own way, very unique, and it certainly doesn't pretend that it is something else than what it is. I actually bought it because it was quite cheap and I was curious, and given that it was cheap and it is special, I don't regret it. You can certainly use it if you want to show off what weird musical taste you have or clear your place of people if you're having a party and want to go to bed. Still, despite me being used to quite extreme experimental music, i can't give it an artistic appreciation that would earn it more than 2 stars. (I don't rule out that somebody else could.)

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