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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 15:27
^^^
They are? My mistake then.
I'll have a listen later on then.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 15:50
Another thing  I forgot to say. I don't think Evohe will cause any problems considering they have not official released any material. Which makes me very sad. Was listening to that track again last night and still feel like I am listening to it for the first time. You know something is good when you are impressed after listening to 30mins of Eider Stellaire 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 16:12
So this is the list we need to add:
Patrick Gauthier
Yog Sothoth
Evohe
Lacrymosa
Metabolist
Strawberry Song Orchestra
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
St. Erhart
Hiatus
Bedjabetch
Noa
Ex Vitae
Resonance II
Cortex
Anaid
Yoscko Seffer
Troll
Musique Noise
Jacques Thollot
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit
Epos
Simon Steenland
    
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 16:29
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:


So this is the list we need to add:

Split the list roughly in half, I will add the ones in the blue text.

Patrick Gauthier
Yog Sothoth
Evohe
Metabolist
Strawberry Song Orchestra
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
St. Erhart
Hiatus
Bedjabetch
Noa
Ex Vitae
Resonance II
Anaid

Yoscko Seffer

Troll
Jacques Thollot
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit
Epos
Simon Steenland
    


So this can shorten the list: we don't need to add these ones.
- Musique Noise Already on the site
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Cortex This is more inclined to Jazz-fusion
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Lacrymosa this one is already on our list.
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Evohe released no offical material
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 16:36

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"Enneade" (1987) is exclusively made of previously unreleased tracks by French bands and musicians inspired by Zeuhl music, either musically or historically. A lot wider than a simple musical style, this true religion was originated by MAGMA. Founded in 1969, this band came directly from the rich imagination of Christian VANDER, unpredictable and virtuoso drummer, as well as an incredible vocalist. The track-list of this compilation includes compositions of TROLL, ZALPH, Bernard PAGANOTTI (MAGMA & WEIDORJE), Yochk'o SEFFER (MAGMA & ZAO), ESKATON, François "FATON" CAHEN (MAGMA & ZAO), SHUB-NIGGURATH, EIDER STELLAIRE, MUSIQUE NOISE, FARBEN and ALTAÏS. The only exception to the rule is the contribution by Belgian band UNIVERS ZERO, but it has to be said that drummer Daniel DENIS was part of MAGMA for some time in 1973, and that his current band is the undisputed leader of new musics. For a long time out of stock, the CD version of "Enneade" had become a very rare collector's item. It is now re-issued for the great happiness of the numerous fans. This album is a must for any Zeuhl fan, but also an ideal introduction to this unique universe...


1. You   (Magma) 3:59
2. Break Up Dance   (Troll) 4:43
3. Gya-Tei (Part 1 & 2)   (Xalph) 8:52
4. Urantia   (Bernard Paganotti) 9:05
5. Freya   (Yochk'o Seffer-STS) 4:27
6. La Lutte   (Eskaton) 5:15
7. Dans les Villes Détruites   (Francois Cahen) 3:53
8. J'ai vu naguère...   (Shub Niggurath) 4:18
9. Millenaires   (Eider Stellaire) 3:12
10. Villiers   (Musique Noise) 4:32
11. Mutations   (Farben) 3:42
12. Altais   (Altais) 7:44
13. Toujours plus à l'Est   (Universe Zero) 5:29



    

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 16:43
Nice find, is this going to be one of your next purchases? If you do it will be interested to see what you think of Troll and Musique Noise, Yu has some very strong opinions about both those band (but not in a good way). I really do wish I could use all these online vendors there really is some amazing stuff, but in that respect it might be a good things as well.  
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 16:47
Nah, I was just looking for websites to add with those artists/bands and found this compilation (with Eider) that has several of those bands.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 19:50
 
I go away for a quiet little 18-hour-vodka-binge-bender and come back to find you are adding bands left, right and centre! Cheers fellas!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 19:56
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:

 
I go away for a quiet little 18-hour-vodka-binge-bender and come back to find you are adding bands left, right and centre! Cheers fellas!


Haha, I'm surprised you have not passed out after 18 hours. Well this is the start of a long process of adding bands (the voting takes a long time), many of which I will love to see on the site. But we needed to start somewhere and this is as good a place as any.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 20:14
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:

Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:


So this is the list we need to add:

Split the list roughly in half, I will add the ones in the blue text.

Patrick Gauthier
Yog Sothoth
Evohe (little to no info)
Metabolist (can help here)
Strawberry Song Orchestra (wouldn't really fit on this site. Bizarre shamisen led horror goth)
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
St. Erhart (can help)
Hiatus (can help)
Bedjabetch (can help)
Noa (can help)
Ex Vitae (hard to find info. Probably better off in Jazz section)
Resonance II (can help)
Anaid

Yoscko Seffer

Troll (please God no)!
Jacques Thollot
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit
Epos
Simon Steenland (can't really help with any of the above)
    


So this can shorten the list: we don't need to add these ones.
- Musique Noise Already on the site (Take them off immediately)!
-
Cortex This is more inclined to Jazz-fusion
-
Lacrymosa this one is already on our list.
-
Evohe released no offical material
 
Added some thoughts to the above fellas. Thanks for your tiring work! Otsukare!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 23:20
When the time comes to it I will definitely be asking for some help with some, if not most of these bands. Hehe saw that coming with Troll and Musique Noise.

Strawberry Song Orchestra (wouldn't really fit on this site. Bizarre shamisen led horror goth)

I was wondering why this one sounded so familiar, my ex was obsessed with band like this one, was very knowledgeable with anything to do with Gothic based music.

Yu I wanted to hear your opinion on Rahmann, Instrumental Zeuhl or Jazz-fusion?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 26 2006 at 23:27
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:

Yu I wanted to hear your opinion on Rahmann, Instrumental Zeuhl or Jazz-fusion?
 
I'd put 'em in Zeuhl although a lot of these sub-sub genres are interchangeable. Great band!
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 12:59
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:

So this is the list we need to add:
Patrick Gauthier
Yog Sothoth
Evohe
Lacrymosa
Metabolist
Strawberry Song Orchestra
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
St. Erhart
Hiatus
Bedjabetch
Noa
Ex Vitae
Resonance II
Cortex
Anaid
Yoscko Seffer
Troll
Musique Noise
Jacques Thollot
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit
Epos
Simon Steenland
    
is One Shot on the list [couldn't find them listed]?
POCHAKAITE MALKO
Xalph
 should be...
Arachnoid [maybe...?]


Edited by listennow801 - November 27 2006 at 13:28

Ratings of Lady Gnosis: http://www.gnosis2000.net/raterclaire.shtml
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 14:27
Originally posted by listennow801 listennow801 wrote:

man, just listening to Lard Free's self titled '73 lp as it's been a while.. this is frigging AMAZING! Anyone who doesn't know this MUST do so! Anyone who does, please share yr opine...
 
hmm, i guess this should rather be in the RIO thread.. or maybe we shld start an 'avant-prog' one...?


Yep, I know their first album too... nice.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 15:04
Originally posted by listennow801 listennow801 wrote:

is One Shot on the list [couldn't find them listed]?
POCHAKAITE MALKO
Xalph
 should be...
Arachnoid [maybe...?]


I will have to added both Pochakaite Malko and Xalph (I think they are on our big master list) to our voting list thingy. But Arachnoid should be on the site (me thinks), if we are talking about the one album French band, with the cover entailing a strange hand on a black background. Tell me if I am thinking of the right band here?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 17:13
Originally posted by Yukorin Yukorin wrote:

Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:

Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:


So this is the list we need to add:

Split the list roughly in half, I will add the ones in the blue text.

Patrick Gauthier
Yog Sothoth
Evohe (little to no info)
Metabolist (can help here)
Strawberry Song Orchestra (wouldn't really fit on this site. Bizarre shamisen led horror goth)
Cicala Mvta
Triple Zero
St. Erhart (can help)
Hiatus (can help)
Bedjabetch (can help)
Noa (can help)
Ex Vitae (hard to find info. Probably better off in Jazz section)
Resonance II (can help)
Anaid

Yoscko Seffer

Troll (please God no)!
Jacques Thollot
Altais
Serge Bringolf
Couer Magique
Cruciferius
The Zorgones
Nyl
Paga
Perception
Jean-Paul Prat
Speed Limit
Epos
Simon Steenland (can't really help with any of the above)
    


So this can shorten the list: we don't need to add these ones.
- Musique Noise Already on the site (Take them off immediately)!
-
Cortex This is more inclined to Jazz-fusion
-
Lacrymosa this one is already on our list.
-
Evohe released no offical material
 
Added some thoughts to the above fellas. Thanks for your tiring work! Otsukare!


I removed Musique Noise from the chart (didn't know they were already here). I already added Cortex and Evohe. I don't know either of them, but, concering Evohe: it's no problem that they didn't release any official material IMO; we could list them anyway, for the sake of completeness (but without a discography then).


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 17:36
^^^^ nice work Joren, just had a look at progtology then. I'm more than happy to see Evohe on the site, as I have loved what little material I have heard. Zeuhl down to the bones that one. Now I have a lot of listening to do. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 18:27
Originally posted by Black Velvet Black Velvet wrote:

Arachnoid should be on the site (me thinks), if we are talking about the one album French band, with the cover entailing a strange hand on a black background. Tell me if I am thinking of the right band here?
 
You are and they are already here listed in Symphonic.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 18:30
Yes they are here - http://www.progarchives.com/Progressive_rock_discography_BAND.asp?band_id=771

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 27 2006 at 20:53
Yu, I just listen through Metabolist - Hansten Klork again for about the 5th time. This is one amazing album, reminded me a little of some of "This Heat's" more extend compositions. I know they are a British band but have not really been able to find any information of the band. You would not happen to know anything of their history?  
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