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3.69 | 44 ratings | 2 reviews | 18% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Venin (4:32)
2. Peinturé Dans Le Coin (4:32)
3. Transit De Nuit À Jakarta (1:58)
4. Portrait-robot (8:47)
5. Déboires À Munich (1:18)
6. Chapelle Lunaire (6:49)
7. Cryogénie (1:35)
8. Passage Secret (9:56)
9. Gallinule D'Amérique (1:38)
10. Douze Petites Asperges (2:37)
11. Le Ventriloque Et Le Perroquet (8:13)

Total time 51:55


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Line-up / Musicians

- Bernard Falaise / guitar, keyboards, turntables, production & mixing
- Pascal Globensky / keyboards, synths, piano
- Nicolas Lessard / bass, double bass, keyboards
- Rémi Leclerc / drums, percussion, electronics

Releases information

Artwork: L'Atelier Du Presse-Citron

CD Cuneiform Records - Rune 438 (2017, US)

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MIRIODOR Signal 9 ratings distribution

(44 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(18%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (20%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)

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Review by kev rowland
4 stars So the Canadians are back with their ninth studio album, and a slight change in line-up as they move back to a quartet, but as all of the guys play multiple instruments anyway there isn't a noticeable difference in that area. As with the excellent 'Cobra Fakir', the first word that springs to mind is 'staccato', as this is music that is rapidly moving around and for the most part doesn't have time for long held-down chords but just wants to get on with it. Coming from a RIO/Avant background, they have been listening to some of the early Canterbury bands as well as to King Crimson and Art Zoyd to create something that is always interesting and complex, and just a little different to much that is available within the prog scene, let alone mainstream.

It is the type of album that will polarise opinions, as those who like it will enjoy it a great deal, while others will fall into the 'what on earth are you listening to' camp, and won't give this album the time it both needs and deserves to get the most out of it. This is complex, with lots of melodies and counter-melodies, with Bernard Falaise often crunching the guitar against myriad keyboard sounds, but that can all change in an instant. It is music that does demand respect and attention, and those prepared to do just that will get a great deal out of this, as it is incredibly rewarding.

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3 stars Much Quirk, Less Musical. The most recent album by Miriodor, Signal 9, ramps up the quirk factor, but in the process loses some of the musicality that made albums like Avanti so good. There are more stops and starts, and the transitions often seem too quick, not fully thought out. Simply put, ... (read more)

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