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2.74 | 52 ratings

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3 stars This was their last studio album with the original line-up, but in fact it's not really an essential one of them. Some songs are not bad but not very special as well, quite rocking with some symphonic elements present like "Les Larmes Du Dalaï Lama", "Le Ballon De Billy" and "La Bête ". Others sound very pop-ish like "Tout Oublier", "Bonnet Rouge " and "Les Enfants Du Hasard". "Couleurs En Colère " is more like a rock ballade with acoustic guitar but good electric guitar parts as well and rather nice. This one and the longest track "Nonne Assistante À Personne À Tanger " are bit outstanding of the rest. As a summary "Les Larmes du Dalaï Lama" is probably not very interesting for Prog lovers in general, but it's still a good one of this great french band and worth to be checked out by all friends of french symphonic Prog. Good for 3 stars!!!!
hdfisch | 3/5 |


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