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Pascal Comelade

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4 stars Outstanding electronics and other instruments project. These guys (Pascal Comelade & Pinhas) have worked together in the past but mainly in the 70s more in a sequencer type music which eventually became more of the style of Pinhas and not at all of Pascal's. Pascal is more of a mechanical toys sound and quirky almost carnival / circus music, common in many french RIO / avant bands. Although Pascal Comelade's name is first than Pinhas i feel this is much more the sound of Pinhas. Comelades (and other musicians) is felt but tamely when compared to the wall of electronics and distorted guitars Pinhas belches out. Eight long pieces with great melodies yet nothing complex in terms of changes in the structure of the pieces. But VERY complex in terms of synth, sequencers and guitars textures meshing and mixing in and out of the whole sonic spectrum. Mind blowing for sure! Recommended!
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