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Fly Pan Am

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Jeunesse Sonique, Tu Dors (En Cage) (1:32)
2. Rompre L'Indifference De L'Inexitable Avant Que L'On Vienne Rompre Le Sommeil De L'Inanime (10:53)
3. Partially Sabotaged Distraction Partiellement Sabotee (4:15)
4. Univoque/Equivoque (5:41)
5. Arcades-Pamelor (3:41)
6. Sound-Support Surface Noises Reaching Out To You (7:15)
7. Erreur, Errance; Interdits De Par Leurs Nouvelles Possibilites (4:33)
8. La Viese Doit D'Etre Vecue Ou Commenconts Vivre (6:41)

Total Time: 44:31

Line-up / Musicians

- Roger Tellier-Craig / guitar, organ, electronics, tape, vocals
- Jonathan Parant / guitar, organ, piano, electronics, tape, vocals
- Jean-Sébastien Truchy / bass, electronics, tape, vocals
- Felix Morel / drums, electronics, tape, vocals

- Alexandre St-Onge / electronics (2)
- Tom Bernier / clarinet (2)
- Jacques Gravel / clarinet (2)
- Thea Pratt / French horn (2)
- David Bryant / dulcimer (6), guitar (8)
- Bruce Cawdron / percussion (7)
- Christof Migone / electronics (8)
- Sam Shalabi / guitar (8)

Releases information

CD Constellation ‎- cst019-2 (2002, Canada)

LP Constellation ‎- cst019-1 (2002, Canada)

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Review by Sean Trane
2 stars I always find difficult to rate/review post rock albums (and I must not be the only one since all post-rock groups are devoid of reviews outside Sigur Ros and GYBE!) and this one is no exception. Yet another Constellation record label product , I find Fly Pan Am maybe the hardest to come to grasp too.

As with many artist on this label , these guys are from Quebec , but they vary quite a bit from GYBE!, Do Make Say Think , Silver Mt Zion etc.. Their music still has some moments that I would classify as typically Constellation sound , but they do stray from the path often and generally head off in a direction that I will best describe as unexpectedly experimental playing the studio as an instrument a bit the same way a Techno Dj or lete 80's rap artist might play the turntables. Do not let these two example scare youoff ,we are not at all in such a category of music , but the tape effects (or whatever studio tamperings these guys do) are disturbing meto thepouintof making the listening experience of one of their record (I had heard another a few years ago ( Ithink it was the debut) rather difficult and unpleasant. I am quite afraid that most progheads would never come to appreciate this oeuvre , because those tape effects make repeated listening quite arduous. Of late, DMST's latest album seem to head also in this direction.

I wish I could avoid rating an album I do not understand , but I will simply not recommend it unless you are Constellation record completist

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