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3.75 | 126 ratings

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3 stars It might be worth seeing the documentary with the music, which I didn't. When I listened to the audio only, I have to say that most of it is not captivating (to say the least).

Extremely tranquil and peaceful moments, yes. But this is a bit short in my opinion. I really had to wait the long track from this album "La Mer Recommence" which clocks at just over ten minutes to be moved somehow.

Before this one, a track as "Le Singe Bleu" displays a repetitive and melancholic jazz atmosphere and features some sweet trumpets. But it sounds quite sad and uniform after all. No track is frankly poor, but where are the highlights? As I have said, only "La Mer?".

It is some sort of a spacey odyssey, quite relaxing as the parts of this work but more harmonious, elegant and peaceful. Such an album is quite alright when you are looking for some meditation, peace of mind. It definitely plays its role.

On a global scale, I would say that "L'Apocalypse des Animaux" is an average album (five out of ten) but I'll upgrade to three stars. But be ready for an extreme quite affair.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |


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