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Fulmines Integralis by Musique Noise

I am not quite sure what to say or feel about this CD. Musique Noise is very original and Fulmines Integralis is one of the most different progressive albums I have ever heard. There are essentials of jazz, rock, classical, opera, and some very strange French gibberish going on, if you can think of it, they do it, anything and everything goes with this group. I have to warn all of you that like to experiment with certain drugs that cause you to hallucinate, do not listen to this while under that influence; you may find yourself in a very strange space when you come down. Hell, I do not even do drugs and I felt weird when this CD ended.

Besides all of the musical avante garde insanity that this band creates, there are many marvelous musical moments during the course of this recording, although I found it extremely difficult pulling it all apart to understand it and when it was over I felt agitated. The last song Pzkr! just pushed me over the edge. Honestly, there is some good music and this group has some very talented musicians in it, however I do not think that I will ever listen to this again, it was too bizarre for me. I loathe opera; if that ingredient was not present, I would be fine. That one aspect really irritated me.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Musique Noise
  • CD Title: Fulmines Integralis
  • Genre: Fusion
  • Year Released: 2002
  • Record Label: Musea Records
  • Tracks: Pas Encore Unique Au Monde (Single In The World Mise Au Point (Development) Pour Qui Sont Ces Rangers Qui Marchent Sur Nos Têtes ? (For Which Is These Rangers Which Goes On Our Heads) L’Etroit Huit Vision Intempestive (Inopportune Vision) Ecco Ragnarok Villiers Pzkr!
  • Musicians: Simon Bot Jan Bok(Saxophone), Isabelle Bruston(Chant, nouvelles, percussion), Xavier De Raymond(Rhodes, synthesizer), Jean-Philippe Gallet(Chant, saxophone), Freddie Huyni(Bass), Denis Levasseur (Piano, synthesizer, percussions), Corneila Schmid(Chant, pompech), Philippe Zarka(Batterie, synthesizer, voix);
  • Rating: Three Stars
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