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About this album

  • Published: Jan 5, 2008

Mon 5eme album ...parce que la Musique est l'Ombre du Silence...

My 5th album ...because Music is the Shadow Of Silence....

Inspiration masters : Paul Van Dyk, Jean Michel Jarre, Kraftwerk, John Carpenter, Neil Tennant & Chris Lowe (Pet Shop Boys), Tangerine Dream, Moby and many more...

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Sep 5, 2008

I love the first track, Shadows of Silence, right off of the bat. I like how it starts off a bit slow, then builds up, and the beat changes throughout the piece so it's not too repetitive. It sounds like it would be the soundtrack to a futuristic RPG - maybe something CyberPunkish. Definitely love this track. Totem Limit was an all right track. I'm not a fan of starting off the track with a drum beat, but it wasn't one that repulsed me. It sounds a bit less serious than Shadows of Silence, something more happy-go-lucky. This would be something that you'd play a club and have people dance to it. Reminds me of some of BT's work. I'm also not a big fan of the words "Totem Limit' being said throughout the track, but that's a personal preference. DigiRock has an interesting start, reminds me of stuff by Massive Attack, perhaps the Unfinished Symphony. It has a good flowing and smooth beat. Again, listening to this reminds me of a CyberPunk RPG. This sounds like it would be right at home in a Deus Ex soundtrack - maybe when JC is wandering around town. I could tell that by listening to the beginning of Fibonacci Theorem, I'd love this track. It makes me think of a monastery, perhaps during the winter time, during a snow storm, at night. There'd be fire lit everywhere, with the occasional monk passing by. It actually reminds me of the Unreal Soundtrack - there are a few levels where this track would fit right in, like the Nali Castle or even skytown. Eh, I play too many video games. Paint it Blue starts off sounding a little creepy, in the same fashion that people who make game soundtracks try to make boss music sound. You want it to sound hectic without overdoing it. It has a steady drum beat which slowly builds upon itself, and the background noise is low, creating a sense of urgency. Antidote for love is also another happy-go-lucky type of piece, although some parts in it suggest that things aren't so well. The way the percussion and the other instruments are arranged makes it sound like someone is actually actively trying to make something. Again, this has the spoken words, "Antidote for Love' repeated, and I personally really don't like that. Time in my Head starts out really slow, but I really like synthesize in the beginning, and then how the percussion builds up and gets faster. Makes me think of a race. Things are added and built upon while others are removed to keep the track from sounding too repetitive, which is a big plus. Orange Dreams is an iffy track - not that it was produced poorly. It's hard to determine the mood of it, because at times it seems to be hope-inducing, and then a few minutes later it'll sound like everything is totally hopeless. For some reason, makes me think of Farcry, when you're running around on the island in the sunset with mercs and those freaking mutants chasing you everywhere. Beyond the Edge starts out pretty fast, again with that urgent sound to it. This sounds like "This boss is going to kick your ass, I hope you saved" boss music. It continues to keep that sound throughout the entire track without it being boring. Towards the middle, with the piano piece, it really sounds like this particular boss is really kicking your ass, and you're putting up one Hell of a fight, and at the end, it sounds like he's finally got you. Puerta Del Sol starts out sounding really sad, and the piano piece added on does make it seem like something really bad did happen, but you're determined to fix it. So, you start to make some plan. There's a small chance that it'll work, but a small chance is better than no chance. That small chance gets your hopes up. Then, the piano piece starts again - perhaps it's futile, you'll never fix it? But you're still determined to try. I like this track a lot. Right off the bat, I didn't like the way that il Est MIDI sounded like. I didn't like the percussion at all, and then with the spoken words, that turned me off even more. The track sounds pretty generic - hardly changing. This seems like it would be good club music. I wasn't very impressed with this track. Overall, this is a good album. All of the tracks seemed to be following a similar theme, which is something that I tend to really like. Keep up the good work!

Und wieder.......

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Mar 5, 2008

ein Facettenreiches Trance/Electro Album at it´s best.JCRZ gehört für mich zur absoluten Favoritenliga auf Jamendo.Weiter so!

Extremely good

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May 25, 2008

After downloading music from here for a few months I decided it was time to sign up. Last week I discovered Shadows of Silence and was blown away by the content. JCRZ goes far beyond what many of the genre have tried and succeeds in a big way. This album deserves a hearing, excellent work. Can't wait for the next offering.

Bon album

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Sep 17, 2009

pas mal on se laisse aller à cette musique


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Apr 13, 2009

Trifft voll meine Nerv. Gute Laune vorprogrammiert. Duir


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Mar 11, 2011

Comment se fait-il qu'un artiste de ce génie ne soit pas célèbre? ca vaut mieux, 1000 fois mieux que David Guetta!! Avez-vous des contacts ds le milieu? Même pourri, avec un talent comme ça, on perce non?? Magnifique musique...

bravo l'artiste

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Aug 27, 2009

c'est d'la bombe! j'adore du 1er au dernier morceau je retrouve les sons de jj jarre. sur des rythmes des annees 90 pour moi tu as un gros potentiel. continu et ne renonce jamais.


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Sep 18, 2011

Great album!!! totally a masterpiece!!! ill make my donation rigth away!!! PERFECT ARTIST WORK!

Très bon

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Feb 5, 2008

Parfait JCRZ, c'est toujours aussi bien. Un petit reproche peut-être, je trouve les morceaux trop courts ... mais là je chipote. ELA