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Topic: NEMO : Si Partie II
Posted By: Nemo
Subject: NEMO : Si Partie II
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 03:37
hello !
Smile


Under the pressure of Nemo fans, the preorder campaign for Si - Partie II has begun.

Here are the important dates :

15 December : release of the "Les enfants rois" maxi CD containing
- "Les enfants rois" (song from the album)
- "Diary of a madman (Ozzy Osbourne cover)
- A bonus song wich title is still to find :)

15 January :
release of the album, wich is a fifty seven minutes suite, separated in 10 tracks as following :
SI - Partie II : L’Homme Idéal

a) Introduction à la différence
b) Les enfants rois
c) Même peau, même destin
d) L’homme idéal (1)
e) Reflets
f) Décadanse
g) Une question de prix
h) Une question de temps
i) L’homme idéal (2)
j) Les visages du monde


You can preorder it now with 3 possibilities :

1)   Pre-order of LP only: 16 euros + shipping
2)   Pre-order of LP + EP: 20 euros + shipping
3)   Pre-order of EP only: 6 euros + shipping


and everything happens here :

http://www.quadrifonic.com/default.aspx?VO=0 -


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Replies:
Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 03:55
Thumbs UpThumbs Up


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 04:12
Salut Erik ! Hug

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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 05:43
Je te souhaite beaucoup de plaisir et succès le prochaine samedi avec le concertThumbs Up !


Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 07:31
Bon nouvelles
 
As I am very fond of Partie I, I am looking ofrward to II.
 
I too wish you a good concert this Saturday and Erik, have a good time.
 
 
 


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 07:55
Merci !

@ Erik : don't you come in France this week end as you said, to see the Paris concert ?


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Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 08:50
J'aurais bien aimé voir votre spectacle ce samedi avec Cabezas de Cera mais Montréal/Paris sa ce fais pas très bien :P

Si jamais tu croise ce message avant de joué, tu diras salut à Sébas (L'organisateur du spectacle ainsi que de Crescendo) de la part de Sébas (Claviériste d'Hamadryad)


Merci!


Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 09:23

First Nemo, now Hamadryad... wow this is great.

Loved your previous two albums.

Any new album in sight, perhaps? Any shows in the US (preferably east coast...)?

 

 

 



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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 09:50
Wish the band the best in getting it made and produced, but we here in the states will probably have to wait to buy in dollars from our good old internet shops.  Hope to see the Prelude a la Ruin repressing made available here also.

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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 11:29
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

Wish the band the best in getting it made and produced, but we here in the states will probably have to wait to buy in dollars from our good old internet shops.  Hope to see the Prelude a la Ruin repressing made available here also.


Oh I understa,d that buying cds in europe foryou  is a bit expensive, but of course our retailers in the USA will have Si II and Prelude à la ruine (I guess they already have Prelude now). Greg Walker (Syn-phonic) already ordered Si II, and I think he will get them in january.

:)


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 11:33
Originally posted by Inferno Inferno wrote:

J'aurais bien aimé voir votre spectacle ce samedi avec Cabezas de Cera mais Montréal/Paris sa ce fais pas très bien :P

Si jamais tu croise ce message avant de joué, tu diras salut à Sébas (L'organisateur du spectacle ainsi que de Crescendo) de la part de Sébas (Claviériste d'Hamadryad)


Merci!


Ce sera fait ! ;)


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 13:38
Originally posted by Nemo Nemo wrote:

Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

Wish the band the best in getting it made and produced, but we here in the states will probably have to wait to buy in dollars from our good old internet shops.  Hope to see the Prelude a la Ruin repressing made available here also.


Oh I understa,d that buying cds in europe foryou  is a bit expensive, but of course our retailers in the USA will have Si II and Prelude à la ruine (I guess they already have Prelude now). Greg Walker (Syn-phonic) already ordered Si II, and I think he will get them in january.

:)


I bought SI part 1 from Kinesis and was hoping they would get Prelude in also.   Haven't bought from greg walker before.   Is Laser's Edge not interested in carrying Nemo?


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 14:41
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:



I bought SI part 1 from Kinesis and was hoping they would get Prelude in also.   Haven't bought from greg walker before.   Is Laser's Edge not interested in carrying Nemo?


Ken Golden said to me one day :"I don't know how I can sell your albums in the usa, because of the french singing"
However, if many people ask him Nemo cds, he'll maybe do a try ! ;)


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Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 16:45
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:

First Nemo, now Hamadryad... wow this is great.

Loved your previous two albums.

Any new album in sight, perhaps? Any shows in the US (preferably east coast...)?

 

 

 




We are presently composing the third album (We have 3 or 4 songs that are by now only works in progress and a lot of ideas)

We are also working on a live CD and a live DVD from our performance in France (At Crescendo)


For shows in the US, I recently met the guys from the band Echolyn and we kept contact. If everything works like I'd like to work, we would will probably do a double bill with Echolyn somewhere in the states (Probably something like 3-4 dates) But I can't confirm anything. Both of our bands are working on a new materiel so we'll see if that happens in 2007! (Our album should be out in fall 2007 if everything goes well)


If you want us in the states, ask for us! We would like to play in the states but it's not an easy task for people from Montreal (we don't have the contacts and we don't know where actually people that would love to see us live exactly!)

Create a demand of Hamadryad somewhere in the states and we will know where to go :P


Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 16:45
Originally posted by Nemo Nemo wrote:

Originally posted by Inferno Inferno wrote:

J'aurais bien aimé voir votre spectacle ce samedi avec Cabezas de Cera mais Montréal/Paris sa ce fais pas très bien :P

Si jamais tu croise ce message avant de joué, tu diras salut à Sébas (L'organisateur du spectacle ainsi que de Crescendo) de la part de Sébas (Claviériste d'Hamadryad)


Merci!


Ce sera fait ! ;)


Merci! ;)


Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 22 2006 at 16:50



Ken Golden said to me one day :"I don't know how I can sell your albums in the usa, because of the french singing"
However, if many people ask him Nemo cds, he'll maybe do a try ! ;)
[/QUOTE]

Interesting.  The guy carries tons of stuff and a lot of it is obscure.  I love his outfit, but this seems a little shortsighted when you consider what a great band this is.  I might just drop him a line.  With the buzz on PA, maybe he will reconsider.


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Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 23 2006 at 02:17
En passant Nemo, J'ai pré-commandé votre nouvel album et Présages que je n'avais pas encore!

J'ai bien hate d'entendre votre nouveau matériel, à date vous ne m'avez pas déçu musicalement! J'adore votre musique!

si sa t'intéresse d'entendre ce que nous fesons: www.hamadryadmusic.com

Sa serais cool le jour ou nous allons redescendre en France de p-e s'organisé un petit quelques choses si sa vous intéresse!


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 25 2006 at 02:26
Salut Inferno !
(I write in english for everyone to understand)

I said hello from you to Sebastien :)
He  said Hamadryad is a great band, so i'm going to go to your web page and listen to samples ! Thank you for the preorder !

@ Johnobvious : other retailers don't care about the language and sell our cds quite easily, so I guess he'll change his mind one day :)


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 26 2006 at 15:14
Originally posted by Nemo Nemo wrote:

Salut Inferno !
(I write in english for everyone to understand)

I said hello from you to Sebastien :)
He  said Hamadryad is a great band, so i'm going to go to your web page and listen to samples ! Thank you for the preorder !

@ Johnobvious : other retailers don't care about the language and sell our cds quite easily, so I guess he'll change his mind one day :)


Nemo, he carries two Nil cd's so you might try him again.  I have Novo Sub Sole but don't think I got it from him, so this may be a new development   He practically drools over Quarante.  So maybe he has gotten on the French bandwagon.  Good Luck.  Either way, I will get Prelude and Si pt 2.


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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: September 26 2006 at 15:17
He should have French album.
It's ridiculous to disregard albums that have French sung on them.
I love Nil's two latest albums (bought them at Syn-Phonic, though).
Anyway, which ever retailer sales your albums, I will get them there.
 
 


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Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 26 2006 at 22:10
You have to get them!

"Prélude à la ruine" and "Si Partie I" are simply amazing in my opinion! can't wait to listen to the sequel "Si Partie II"


Nemo: Just by curiousity. Have you listened to our stuff? If so..what did you think about it?


Posted By: Arsillus
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 00:55
Woo hoo! Si Partie I was great- I love it (assaf Wink). I just hope II will be as good (or better!). 


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 02:45
Thanks guys !

@ Inferno : I just listened to sound samples on your pages, and what I heard sounds good to my ears :) The production seems to be very clear and powerful, and musicians seem to be really good. Your singer just sings like Gabriel, doesn't he ? I'm gonna get your latest album :) What is the better way ?


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Posted By: Inferno
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 07:01
Thanks!

Actually, the way we recorded the vocals made in sort that his voice sounds like Gabriel. He has a similar tone of voice naturaly so that doesn't help either but there is no intention of being of genesis wannabe band like all those clone around there!!!

The better way to get our album? Musea record is our distribution in France so there should be a couple of retailer with our album but I heard that they kind of sell them ridicously at a high price so you may want to check on Amazon or our website.


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 11:21
@ Inferno : I found your latest at 17.9 euros (musea) and 17.5 euros (amazon) :)

About Laser'sedge, here is the new reply from Ken :

Problems...limited interest in French vocal music.  We stock Manigance and sell small quantities.  Price - if I recall you quoted me a very high price.  Finally how would I pay you?

I understand this point of view, and fortunately we got 3 other USA retailers.


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 27 2006 at 20:33
JP-e-mailed Ken and he replied back with his side of the story and recounted your latest conversation.  I understand you are both trying to make money on your endeavors and it is hard to say who is right and who is wrong-probably neither of you.  He obviously can't carry everything from everybody.  I'll look for your stuff elsewhere.  Good Luck with the new album

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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 28 2006 at 01:56
I got no anger at all against Ken or anybody. He does his work, and his conditions are not ok for us so we won't work together. No problem with it. However, retailers have to understand two things : bands like us can't sell their records at low prices as bigger labels, and dollar is lower than Euro... We still got the freedom to refuse selling our products under their cost, and that's a good thing ! Other US retailers are ok with that :)
Thanks


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Posted By: lasercd
Date Posted: September 28 2006 at 14:06
I can't believe I got dragged into this thread. Somehow I'm getting painted as a villian here and I find myself in a position where, for some reason, I need to explain what should be a private business matter in a public forum. OK here goes!

Last year I picked up a buzz on Nemo. I contacted JP and he graciously sent me a number of promos to check out. I felt given the heavy edge of the music it was trying to appeal to both a prog rock and prog metal audience. Based on my history selling the French prog metal band Manigance (a superb band in the Vanden Plas mold but with French vocals) I felt there was a limited audience. Further JP quoted me a very high price (remember the dollar is weak). I decided to pass.

Forward to yesterday...I was contacted again by JP, apparently motivated by this thread and comments by John Mattern. I outlined my concerns to JP. I agreed to stock the CDs if we could come to a meeting of the minds on price and terms. I told him how much I wanted to pay based on the price I felt comfortable retailing the CDs at. JP wasn't thrilled but he agreed. His firm terms were the CDs had to be prepaid for. I don't prepay. I've been in business for 19 years with terms from bands, labels and distributors all over the world. I offered to pay upon receipt of goods - not uncommon.   JP said this was unacceptable. I wasn't insulted and I don't think he was either - we simply didn't have a meeting of the minds. No bad guys here - the deal just didn't work out for us. I wish JP and Nemo all the best. I'm sure there are many places that the CD can be sourced from - Greg Walker, Kinesis, etc. If JP changes his mind I'll be happy to stock Nemo.

Regards,
Ken Golden
The Laser's Edge
www.lasercd.com
www.lasersedgegroup.com


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 28 2006 at 14:50
Hug

I'm glad to read you there Ken. Yes, maybe we'll work together, who knows ? Wink
And of course there are no problems for me, the most important thing is people to find our cds somewhere.
I'll explain you in private why we do have hard conditions Wink




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Posted By: TheProgtologist
Date Posted: September 29 2006 at 11:19
Nemo,can't wait for your new cd.Prelude a la Ruine got me hooked on your music,and Si Partie 1 just planted the hook even deeper.Incredible music,keep proggin!!!!

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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: September 29 2006 at 16:09
Smile

Happy to read that.


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: September 30 2006 at 00:00
Ken-if you come back and read this, I certainly hope you don't feel that anyone has said anything bad about you on this thread.   I don't think that is the case.  I simply inquired of JP initially why you didn't carry them and it kind of ballooned to this stage.  As you are aware, people who listen to prog can be quite passionate and sometimes don't understand that at the end of the day, the music is all great and good, but the bills need to be paid.  You have made a business decision and I respect that and don't want anyone to look unfavorably on your business.  If you think that is the case, my apologies.
 
J mattern


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: November 14 2006 at 06:51
Hi everybody :)



As the release dates of our new album and Maxi Cd are approching, we need more than ever your financial help !
As everytime we plan a new release, it's a bet fo us to reach financial balance Tempted, and I can tell now than the bet is far to be won. So, to those who like Nemo and want to help us : please preorder Si Partie II (and eventually the Maxi CD) !   Welcome

It's here : http://www.quadrifonic.com/ - http://www.quadrifonic.com

THANKS !!!!!

JP

One word of the discussion about Laser's Edge : Nemo Cds will surely be available at Laser's Edge online shop in January/february. Clap


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: November 17 2006 at 01:41
Hello !

Happy

Here is a NON MASTERED AND COMPRESSED http://nemo-world.forumactif.com/viewtopic.forum?p=2673#2673 - Si Partie II Medley
Hope you'll like it.
 cansHeart

Preorder it : http://www.quadrifonic.com/frmProduction.aspx?PRO_ID=36 - http://www.quadrifonic.com/frmProduction.aspx?PRO_ID=36


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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: November 17 2006 at 09:49
You will forgive me if I wait for your album to reach the US before buying it (either Big Balloon, Greg Walker or Laser's Edge will be fine).
Anyway, I find Nemo to e an excllent band with all four albums of about the same quality with obvious improvements as you release more, but I love all of them.
I keep recommending you to people I konw and in this forum as well, as do others here, so you will find supporters here.

AV

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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: November 17 2006 at 10:17
Very promising new band, dynamic and lots of original ideas Thumbs Up


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: November 17 2006 at 15:36
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:

You will forgive me if I wait for your album to reach the US before buying it (either Big Balloon, Greg Walker or Laser's Edge will be fine).


Sure !
I understand why ! The important thing is that you like our music and reach to find our albums in your country :)

Clap

@ Erik : we'll soon be an old band !! :DWink


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: December 04 2006 at 02:27
Hello !

here is the cover of the album :



Thanks to Thierry Guilleminot :)

to preorder : www.quadrifonic.com


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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 02:04
The good news of the day : the album is now available !
Here at http://www.quadrifonic.com - www.quadrifonic.com and very soon at :

FRANCE

http://www.quadrifonic.com - QUADRIFONIC
http://www.shop33.net/ - SHOP33
http://www.progpulsion.com/ - PROGPULSION


EUROPE

Sweden : http://www.recordheaven.net/ - RECORD HEAVEN
Germany : http://www.justforkicks.de/ - JUST FOR KICKS MUSIC http://www.undergroundsymphony.com/kaliphonia.htm -
The Netherlands : http://www.progwalhalla.nl/ - PROGWALHALLA
U.K. : http://www.caerllysimusic.co.uk/ - CAERLLYSI MUSIC
Sweden : http://www.progressrec.com - PROGRESS RECORDS


                                                        USA

http://www.synphonic.8m.com/ - SYN-PHONIC
http://bigballoonmusic.safeshopper.com/%20 - BIGBALLOON
http://www.osmind.com/ - OF SOUND MIND
http://www.lasersedge.com/ - LASER'S EDGE

http://www.lasersedge.com/ -
Clap


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 15:18
JP, think you have a bad link for Laser's Edge here in the states.  They are www.lasercd.com.

GREAT NEWS!  Will be getting mine soon.  Happen to be listening to Partie I on ipod right now.


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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 15:20
I will receive mine end of this week Wink , I will let you know about it soon!


Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 15:26
Hopefully it is going to be added to PA soon so we can get some reviews going.  Album artwork looks great.

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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 15:28
Like usual Thumbs Up


Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: January 08 2007 at 20:05
Great Jean Pierre, I will buy it as soon as it arrives to the US vendors.
I can;t get enough of your music and I got my wife enthusiastic about it as well.



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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: January 09 2007 at 04:57
Thanks to all of you ! Please tell us your impressions about the album when... You'll have some ! :D

Hug


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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: January 12 2007 at 09:34
Originally posted by erik neuteboom erik neuteboom wrote:

I will receive mine end of this week Wink , I will let you know about it soon!


Erik, just read your review.  Is your four solid or do you think you need more time with this one?  Your review makes it sound like this is pretty challenging stuff.  Is it as good as Partie I?

Not that it really matters.  I'm getting it either way.


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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: January 12 2007 at 10:11
Well Johnobvious, it was quite a challenge to make a review about this album Wacko I have done my best to give a good impression. Personally I have the idea that Si Partie II is at least as good as Si Partie I... I will mail the band to ask for their opinion about my opinion Wink


Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: January 12 2007 at 15:14
Erik, its tough.  We all want reviews fast but we also know prog takes a while to reveal itself in a lot of instances.  I appreciate your stepping up to the plate first.

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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: January 12 2007 at 15:45
Thanks for your kind words, Johnobvious Thumbs Up I was very eager to review Nemo but I have taken my time in order to make a good review. It was great to notice the difference between the confusion during my first session and the excitement during my third session Approve Read Chamberry his words in my symphonic thread, he has also ordered Si Partie II Clap


Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: January 12 2007 at 16:08
Hi guys !

Thanks to Erik for the quick review ! I think it's a good review, even if I truely think you have to listen many times to the album to really understand what we wanted to do. It took 9 months to write it, and I hope people will still discover new things in it in 9 months. :)
But I also think this album has an easy side, and you can alson listen to it without analysing. Well I hope so !
Thanks again !

JP


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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date 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
 


Posted By: johnobvious
Date 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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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: February 06 2007 at 03:03
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

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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Posted By: johnobvious
Date 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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Posted By: avestin
Date 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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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: April 04 2007 at 07:16
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.

http://www.quadrifonic.com/default.aspx?VO=0 - www.quadrifonic.com

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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date Posted: April 04 2007 at 08:43
 
                   JP, watch the Symphonic Prog Appreciation Thread Wink
 
 


Posted By: stonebeard
Date 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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Posted By: Nemo
Date Posted: April 09 2007 at 09:36
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 : http://www.quadrifonic.com/ - www.quadrifonic.com

Merci !

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

@ Stonebeard : thanks !!


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Posted By: Drew
Date Posted: April 10 2007 at 00:13
Nemo needs to come out to CaliforniaThumbs%20Up

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Posted By: Uroboros
Date Posted: April 22 2007 at 10:41
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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Posted By: Ricochet
Date 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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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: April 22 2007 at 10:46
Originally posted by Uroboros Uroboros wrote:

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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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: April 23 2007 at 11:57
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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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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: April 23 2007 at 15:10
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

 
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 - 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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Posted By: johnobvious
Date 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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Posted By: erik neuteboom
Date 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


Posted By: Nemo
Date 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.

Hug


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Posted By: memowakeman
Date 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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Posted By: johnobvious
Date Posted: April 26 2007 at 10:51
Originally posted by Nemo Nemo wrote:

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.

Hug


Glad to hear this!Clap


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