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    Posted: February 14 2013 at 09:49
Someone has already listened to the japanese reissues of the French group Ange ? How do they sound ? Better ?
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Is it a box set or were they released separately?
 
You know Pierre I was always curious about what their lyrics are about (especially on 'Si J'étais Le Messie'). I tried to find some translations on the net but couldn't find anything. Do you know where I can find it?
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I could not help the OP but as I speak in french, I could help Sagichim... I'm not that good in english tho

So here is my traduction (with the help of ggtranslatorzor) :


If I was the messiah, I would tell

Anything, Anywhere, Anyhow

and people will trust me

They have nothing else to do ...


If I was the Messiah, I should take people on a ride (se faire mener en bateau (boat) = something like being blinded and don't recognise you are trolled)

Anyone, Anyhow

and people will trust me

They do not know my water (VS se faire mener en bateau = a boat, could be replace by my garden)


If I was the messiah, I would be a pederast

With anyone, Anyhow

And people will follow me

Sniffing my ass


If I was the messiah, I'd be a thief

With anyone, Anyhow

And people will stay silent

Having nothing else to do


If I was the messiah, I would build a temple

With anything, Anyhow

And people would comes

To be show-off (montrer leurs airs = like being pretentious, high society)


If I was the messiah, I'll have a glass eye

To close the other, Seeing nothing at all

And people will complain me

And brag about my misery


If I was the messiah, I'd be a drunk man

I would drink anything

Anyhow, Anywhere

And people will imitate me

Always believing in what I do


If I was the messiah, I will walk on water

Anywhere, no matter how

And people will drown

Always believing in what I do


If I was the messiah, I'd do miracles

Anywhere

But not anyhow!

And people will be astonished

Screaming(Shouting) : "In the name of the Father!"


If I was the messiah, I'd invent a nursery

Not any how, Not for everyone, Just for Kids

And children will grow

Always believing to do well

If I was the messiah, I'd be crucify

Not by anyone, Not anyhow

And people will cry

Not knowing what to do


I'm not the Messiah

Fortunately for my mother

Who could not sell her virginity

Because people would have bought it

Always believing to do well


Very long time ago, there was a messiah

He came from elsewhere

Another galaxy

And people killed him!


They was believing they were doing well ...  




so, hope that help  Cool

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GREAT TRADUCTION. THANKS !Clap
 
Sag, yesterday I bought AU DELA DU DELIRE. The first listen was curious. I did not recognize the disk. All the instruments were so loud. But at the second listen, it was fabulous, like listening to this old album for the very first time. So many details !       Next month, if I can, I'll buy LE CIMETIERE DES ARLEQUINS and EMILE JACOTEY. CARICATURES has already been remastered by Musea and costs less money.
 
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Originally posted by hellogoodbye hellogoodbye wrote:

 
GREAT TRADUCTION. THANKS !Clap
 
Sag, yesterday I bought AU DELA DU DELIRE. The first listen was curious. I did not recognize the disk. All the instruments were so loud. But at the second listen, it was fabulous, like listening to this old album for the very first time. So many details !       Next month, if I can, I'll buy LE CIMETIERE DES ARLEQUINS and EMILE JACOTEY. CARICATURES has already been remastered by Musea and costs less money.
 
 
Tome VI ... is a magnificent live album ... and has a killer version of a couple of pieces, and a new cut that I do not remember it from any other album.
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True, Moustique, un trés grand album Tongue
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First of all a big thanks to Olivieri, I really appreciate it, for taking the time to translate it for me Beer.

Pierre, I gather that you were familiar with Au Dela Du Delire once, I'm glad you rediscovered it again, it definitely worth it. Such a classic album with a beautiful disturbing atmosphere, I gave it 5 stars in my review.
Le Cimetière des Arlequins is clearly the one to get after this one, another great album.
I tried Guet-Apens and Emile Jacotey but it never clicked with with me, I'll have to revisit them.
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i don't like Guet Apens, but Emile Jacotey is in my top 3. And, but you don't care, it contains some of the better Décamps lyrics. By the way, using your imagination, Décamps can be translate in GO AWAY !
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Listening to Emile Jacotey right now, after I watched the live videos presented here in PA.
Decamps is clearly crazy. Big smile
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Originally posted by sagichim sagichim wrote:

First of all a big thanks to Olivieri, I really appreciate it, for taking the time to translate it for me Beer.Pierre, I gather that you were familiar with <font><font lang="en">Au Dela Du Delire once, I'm glad you rediscovered it again, it definitely worth it. Such a classic album with a beautiful disturbing atmosphere, I gave it 5 stars in my review.<font><font lang="en">Le Cimetière des Arlequins is clearly the one to get after this one, another great album.I tried Guet-Apens and Emile Jacotey but it never clicked with with me, I'll have to revisit them.



Next time you listen to Emile Jacotey ... remember that it was done almost 20 years before Roger Waters!

The song you asked a translation for, really goes together well with another piece in the Emile Jacotey album called "Ego et Deus". And a truly beautiful piece called "La Marchand des Planetes".

All of the first 6 albums are magnificent. All of them have different things and show an incredible band, and the reason why I prefer this band a lot more than I do Genesis. I can only play 2 or 3 Genesis albums ... I can play 7 LP's by Ange!
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^ Love the first three albums. And I must say yesterday I was listening to Emile Jacotey and it was quite good, I'll spin it again today Thumbs Up 
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I really like Guet-Apens, this song is amazing and the lyrics are insane :

réveille-toi


from the 6 first albums, the only one I don't really feel is "Par les fils de Mandrin"... don't know why... maybe a lack of energetic songs...


thanks for the feedback on my traduction guys. I'm really glad you've liked it.



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The first album : CARICATURES is really nice.
 
 
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