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Ange - Le Bois Travaille, Même Le Dimanche CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 45 ratings

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4 stars In the last decade, Crhistian Decamps line up of the French reedition of the band Ange managed to craft a good album CULINAIRE LINGUS, with such a great cover (don't miss it). Their sound is nothing like it used to be, it is a different band, and though suffering the natural fatigue of the years, every now and then Christian manages to put together a few great compositions in the same album. This is one. The themes are now less based on keyboard riffs and shifty backgrounds (that was Francis specialty, who returned to stage with GENS DE LA LUNE). Christian's Ange flows on monotonic dark sounds, and strong darker vocals; it is evident the music is not coming from a happy soul anymore, as it used to be, it is tragic. Don't know if that's a personal feeling by C. Decamps or that he realized that the weird tales fit better with dark music. Still too much emphasis with the lyrics, what a boring insistence! But it is patent here that the composition was cherished and the arrangements are great, not as in two former albums. The best tracks are Sous les Nez de Pinicchio, L'Oeil Et L'Ou'e, Dames et dominos, Les Collines Roses, and the closing track A'Lombre Des Pictograms. This is sort of a melancholic epic that deserves a few shots in your ear.
poito | 4/5 |


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