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I myself chose it second (Art covers) in my fortunate findings of Pascal Comelade's albums. (Which some unfortunately are not included in PA ,so I will "upload" the not included yet findings eventually in this page).

Anyway, "Métode de Rocanrol"- 2008, was already included, and it is exactly as its art cover. Fun, wicked fun, in fact. Some reviewer mentioned the subtle eerie Residents feeling, yes that and much more. If I can suggest as referentials only, because it has its own sound and proposal , I will mention:

Samla's humour , Yello's ellegance and arrogant unpretentiousness, Roxy Music's irreverent Art /Music concept (music-wise), Zappa's silly genius side, Etron Fou Leloublan's intentionally undercovered mastering of their instruments and to close down with Tuxedomoon's "less is more and raw is best" songwriting tendencies. And above and best of all, flawless compositions and creatively crafted details and arrangements. Close to genius, low key, but genial and clean sheer fun!

What else? Of course, this is NOT a Prog-Electronics project as such and not close. If YELLO or TUXEDOMOON were ever included in PA, they will be in the same category, along with Roxy by the way.

****4 PA stars. Have fun!!

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Posted Friday, February 14, 2014 | Review Permalink

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