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    Posted: April 26 2007 at 10:51
Originally posted by Nemo

Hello :)

thanks to all of you for discovering the band.
I just wanted to say that "les nouveaux mondes", our first album, will probably be reissued within one year, in a remastered version.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2007 at 01:35

I have listened to Si Partie II also, great music and excellent moments!

Need more listens to grow more love on it, though.LOL


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2007 at 01:32
Hello :)

thanks to all of you for discovering the band.
I just wanted to say that "les nouveaux mondes", our first album, will probably be reissued within one year, in a remastered version.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 23 2007 at 16:57
I am glad more and more progheads on this site are discovering French progrock sensation Nemo, I hope to see Nemo this autumn when they perform in Belgium and I expect lots of progheads from Holland, Belgium, France, Germany, Skandinavia and the UK, "allons-y!" Wink

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 23 2007 at 16:54
Avestin, I have been to Greg Walker but never bought from him.  Thanks for pointing that out.  May have to start up an account.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 23 2007 at 15:10
Originally posted by johnobvious

 
Should have gotten Les Nouveaux while I had a chance but now my source is sold out and this album is out of print.  Have Presages and it is awesome as well.
 
Hi John,
You can find it here (assuming it's not out of stock and that it is not the one you meant):
http://synphonic.8m.com/country/france.htm 16$
 
There's probably other places too, but that's the only one of those I use regularly.
 
 


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Fantastic album. My wife's and my favourite. They manage to get in their music a special touch that while complex keeps you hooked for its beauty. Les nouveaux Mondes is our second favourites and Si I is great as well.
I still to grasp Si II.
 
 
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Should have gotten Les Nouveaux while I had a chance but now my source is sold out and this album is out of print.  Have Presages and it is awesome as well.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 22 2007 at 10:46
Originally posted by Uroboros

Due to my recent "Francophile" mood, I gave "Prelude a la Ruine" a first listen yesterday and I'm seriously impressed. It's never too late to discover something so good, but I could have done it earlier, since I knew about them for some time.
 
Fantastic album. My wife's and my favourite. They manage to get in their music a special touch that while complex keeps you hooked for its beauty. Les nouveaux Mondes is our second favourites and Si I is great as well.
I still to grasp Si II.
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 22 2007 at 10:42
I've got a grip to listen to this new album. It's still an early experience, but I liked the way and the style of it. I think all good signs leed to a concept beautiful rock and a shining star impulse. Clap
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Due to my recent "Francophile" mood, I gave "Prelude a la Ruine" a first listen yesterday and I'm seriously impressed. It's never too late to discover something so good, but I could have done it earlier, since I knew about them for some time.
Strictly from a musical point of view, there is a lot of variety in what they do. It's a pleasure to listen to capable musicans juggling elegantly with diverse influences, and taking you on a ride full of surprising twists and turns. It's mainly progressive metal to my ears, but nothing ever seems forced or overwhelming, as they clearly master the art of playing like a cohesive ensemble, tastefully alternating tension and release. And the most beautiful part for me is that the music is highly melodic and emotionally charged at all times. There is a pronounced romantic edge to the story, as well as to the way the lyrics are written and sung - sensitive and passionate, depending on the mood of the music. Obviously, one might argue that French lyrics are limiting their audience, but I would say this is part of what makes them special and particularly charming.
I plan to get the other albums soon and in the meantime I pre-ordered the T-shirt that will be available from June onwards. I'm enthusiastic about these people's music and it would be really nice to see them live some time soon. Thumbs%20Up
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Nemo needs to come out to CaliforniaThumbs%20Up
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T-SHIRT partie II

Bonjour les amis,

Just a few words to tell you that a new NEMO t-shirt is going to be manufactured. All benefits (over the 25th t-shirt sold) will be used to pay a part
of the band travelling to Progday festival (USA).
Due to the low dollar and the high price of plane tickets, expenses are not enough !
With preorder you can choose any size or any color you like !

It's here : www.quadrifonic.com

Merci !

JP
 
PS : free shipping on at least 2 items until April 15th !

@ Stonebeard : thanks !!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 04 2007 at 22:16
Aha! Shocked

I have Prelude a Ruine and Presages.

Very sophisticated modern prog. Thumbs%20Up

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 04 2007 at 08:43
 
                   JP, watch the Symphonic Prog Appreciation Thread Wink
 
 
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One year online !

To celebrate the first year online, Quadrifonic offers free shipping for two cds or more, for the whole world and until April 15 th  Heart

The discount will be automatically calculated when ordering.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 06 2007 at 22:20
Got Si II a few days ago but only managed to listen to it once and it sounded very good, but I need 7-8 listens till I absorb a whole album so that I can really apprecaite it.
The 4 other albums grew on me quite fast and I love them a lot a highly recommend them to anybody in search for modern, fresh and original prog. I'll keep mentioning Nemo in the threads in this forum (and beyond).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 06 2007 at 09:48
JP, I got all three yesterday and was able to listen to each one time through.  I was a bit worried that you might be having shipping problems or the web sites were just not putting them up fast enough.  Just anxious.  But I know it must be frustrating for you trying to get the CD's into people's hands.  I'm sure the business side of things for you can be trying at times.

On first listen, I am extremely happy but I know I will need more time to truly appreciate.  I have wanted Ruin for a long time and it is great.  I wasn't sure about buying Presages but am very happy I did.  And the new one seems to be as good as Partie I.

I'm normally not a guy to listen to new albums over and over and that keeps me from doing a ton of reviews because I often don't feel I know albums well enough to offer solid opinions.  I'm going to make an effort on the new one for sure so I can get another review up on PA within a week or two.

Thanks for your hard work and continued inspiration.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 06 2007 at 03:03
Originally posted by johnobvious

Just ordered Partie II from Lasers edge.  The wait has been pretty brutal but they finally got it up on the website, www.lasercd.com.  I was getting so antsy that I went to Big Balloon, which I have never used and was going to order it from them, but they are out of stock.  Don't know if they sold out or haven't gotten them in yet.  Also ordered Prelude from laser and ordered Presages from Kinesis yesterday.  Throw in a Nil album that I also ordered and I'm gonna have four albums that I don't understand a lick what is being said but I don't care.  Come on UPS.  What can brown do for me?  Deliver my music FAST!


:) thanks John.
Did you already get your orders ? Please tell us about your feelings.
UPS have lost a parcel containing the last copies of Si partie I, that were travelling to laser's edge. Only 5 copies are remaining until April Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 31 2007 at 19:25
Just ordered Partie II from Lasers edge.  The wait has been pretty brutal but they finally got it up on the website, www.lasercd.com.  I was getting so antsy that I went to Big Balloon, which I have never used and was going to order it from them, but they are out of stock.  Don't know if they sold out or haven't gotten them in yet.  Also ordered Prelude from laser and ordered Presages from Kinesis yesterday.  Throw in a Nil album that I also ordered and I'm gonna have four albums that I don't understand a lick what is being said but I don't care.  Come on UPS.  What can brown do for me?  Deliver my music FAST!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 12 2007 at 16:32
 
        Thanks Nemo (I presume monsieur JP Wink) for your compliments Thumbs Up
 
 I agree with your words "truely think you have to listen many times to the album to really understand what we wanted to do" , that's why I ended my review with "If you are up to adventurous prog in the true meaning of the word ‘progressive’, this new Nemo album will delight you!"
 
                    I hope many progheads will discover your
                     captivating and often exciting music Clap
 
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