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4.02 | 59 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
4 stars From the first second of this album, you wonder whether you are still on a Miriodor album, but past that that short hesitation, being quickly re-assured, you let yourself sink into the strange and wonderful musical world somewhere in between jazz, rock, classic, eastern European gypsy influences, in short a musical pot-pourri that can be best described as Avant-prog or even RIO, but the first solution is more fitting. They are still dishing out insanely complicated music, but this time, they shot an hilarious roll of pictures depicting an alien stealing their studio tapes and some detective tracking down the thief reducing him to midget size and trapping him in a alcohol bottle and then get drunk by the essence of the tapes.

For those not that familiar with this band , this is the first album without the participation of Sabin Hudon (although he was listed only as a guest on Jonglerie) > A real fine album from those crazy Quebecois, although nothing really new under their sun.

Sean Trane | 4/5 |


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