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Sport de combat (Édition bonus)

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Plus mature que le premier

Un excellent disque! La musique de Pierre Crube a un son beaucoup plus riche que le premier album. Le premier disque du duo était très concept avec une thème général sur la vie du star système. Pour celui-ci on doit lire chaques pistes de façon individuelles. Les textes sont plannants et très créateur d'images. On ne doit pas lire cet album comme on nous a habitué à lire le premier il faut l'écouter couplets par couplets et en faire sa propre interprétation. Certains sont agacés par l'accent de Jérôme Rocipon je crois plutôt qu'il ajoute une saveur internationale au disque. La collaboration Québec-France n'a jamais été aussi réussie. La richesse du disque vaut son prix. Malheureusement on ne peut faire des références à d'autres artistes car c'est très unique comme rendu musical. Je dirais que c'est de l'électro-pop catchy et en francais! Un peu moins sucré que le premier mais plus riche. Bravo!

Finally, the proof that good independent music can come from Quebec.

I'm not a big fan of the music that comes out of my province...but for evry band like "Les Cowboys Fringants", "Mes Aïeux" or even "Simple Plan" there's an awesome group like Numéro to make all the crap seem bearable. Even if I don't like the second album as much as the first one, don't be fooled by this review, it's still an awesome album...I just listened to the first one so much that I still have to discover the new one. On thing is for sure, this album is more mature, the mixes are more complex and the sound is much more diverse and layered. You can discover new sounds and beats each time you listen to a track, it's like rediscovering it for the first time with each new listen. Like it was mentioned in another review, this album isn't a "dance" as the first one, I wouldn't go so far as to call it "relaxed" or "lounge" but you'll find yourself wanting to bop your head to most of the tracks instead of dancing to them like in the first album "La vie d'artiste". Oh. and it could be just a little longer.... Still, Numéro is my favorite Québec band, they make awesome music and I wish them a long and prosperous career.

Getting better with age

Numéro# is on of the best electronic groups in the Montreal scene at this moment. this album is proof of it, produced with a rich, clear and mature sound. If "L'ideologie des stars" was already a very good album, then "Sport de Combat" is an great album, the quest for new sounds and beats is really good and give the listener something to hold on, whistle, sing and dance to. Best tracks: 'Tonton Klaxonne'; 'Tout est Parfait'; 'Faux Tempo'; 'Arbandot' et 'Couleurs'

Sport de combat (Édition bonus), Numéro
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