Maniax Memori - The Art Of War | Jamendo Music - Free music downloads
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    • 8 years ago

      If you're prepared to try something different to broaden your musical horizons then give this a go. Unusual, different, and enjoyable. Not for everyone, however

    • 8 years ago

      you're the great man (its very difficult made music like this)..i can't say anything you're the best but i prefer your previous album (its make me chuckle with heavy listening genre...lol)cheers!! perhaps, I also want to try this genre (lol)

    • 8 years ago

      Complètement tripant, ya pas d'autres mots, on a l'impression de voyager dans les rouages d'un monde mécanique, c'est assez surprenant, je résumerais ton album en deux mots : téléportation psychédélique... J'ai vachement accroché sur la première. Une critique cependant : peut-être un peu trop de partages en vrille quasi-inaudibles par moments, un peu plus de fluidité serait la bienvenue !

    • 9 years ago

      A sort of Deja Vu: Another surprisingly great French artist and another case of an album I didn't like at first replay, but after seasoning two years in the depths of desk drawer I've suddenly rediscovered it. And this was wise from my side, because I've recognized some unusual qualities. I've expected something like Grace Valhalla, but The Art of War is bit more aggressive and experimental than Grace's albums. The ten songs are arranged along ten verses of a famous Jules's quote from Pulp fiction (which he names “Ezekiel 17:25”). Just from the first sound in prophets we sink into great experimental sound carpets. No two pieces on this record are alike, this is a great mixture of different sounds and arranges -- but in the same mood. My favourites? nnosense(3) and campaign(6). Overall: great experiment on sound, maybe not as radical and nonconformist as Matmos, but definitely not a single-use pulp the commercial radio tries to feed us. I give eight stars: [++++++++--] -- A must-have on Your shelve.

    • 9 years ago

      Son temas de la leche para una discoteca o para una banda sonora que quiera provocar sensación de asfixia, de atmósfera oscura, pero con indudable magnetismo