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J'accuse

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J'accuse marks the triumphant return of Saez to the sharp-edged alternative rock style that he abandoned six years earlier after his third album, Debbie (2004). Lyrically dense and musically unpredictable, it's a mystifying album that reestablishes singer/songwriter Damien Saez as one of the most remarkable artists in the French alternative community. J'accuse is the album that many fans had been long awaiting as Saez dabbled with different styles and defied expectations time and time again. On the other hand, defying expectations is something that fans had come to expect from Saez. Despite breaking into the Top Ten with his second album, God Blesse (2002), and nearly topping the charts a couple years later with Debbie, Saez has always gone against the grain. Maddened by the commercial success of Debbie, he quit the recording industry altogether for several years and confined himself to live performances and Internet output. When he finally resurfaced, it was with a bewildering triple album of chanson, Varsovie-L'Alhambra-Paris (2008), and an English-language odds-and-ends effort billed to the moniker Yellow Triangle, A Lovers Prayer (2009). Perhaps Saez needed to go through what he did and leave commercial success behind for a while before returning to the alternative rock style that brought him fame in the first place. It's hard to say. Whatever his motives, it's a relief to hear him once again doing what he does best, pushing the boundaries of French rock. J'accuse opens with a tantalizing three-minute a cappella, "Les Anarchitectures," before kicking into gear with the full-throttle hard rock of "Pilule." From a musical standpoint, "Pilule" isn't a significant departure from the first half of A Lovers Prayer, but it sure sounds a lot better to hear Saez kicking out the jams in French. Not that his English is bad on A Lovers Prayer; it's just that he's a far more interesting lyricist in French. Its title referencing a famous article written by Émile Zola, J'accuse is a cascade of language. The title track is especially dense. Not until the nine-minute instrumental interlude "Regarder Les Filles Pleurer (Thème)" does Saez stop to catch his breath. Fans of Saez's first three albums should rejoice. J'accuse is the return to form that they've been long awaiting. It's still a difficult album, make no mistake. The second half is particularly knotty. Yet it wouldn't be an effective Saez album if it weren't challenging to some extent.

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Saez accuse sans complexes.
Et bien moi j'accuse cette façon un peu
trop facile de planter un decor un peu trop cliché pour en sortir une rage et un desespoir qui s'essoufle par manque de sincerité.
Saez deviens sa propre caricature a en faire trop sur trop de choses.
Son look de personnage de groland n'arrange rien au contenu, si ce n'est que la plume est parfois (et hélas trop
peu) surdouée.

A écouter

Cet album est pour moi le meilleur de saez. Les textes et les mélodies y sont vraiment très bien travaillés. Chapeau bas.

Un album rock qui fait du bien

Je ne suis pas un anarchiste et encore moins un rebelle de gauche...
Même si parfois les textes de Saez me laisse sur le bord de la route, quand ils sont soignés et accompagnés par des compo rock de cette envergure alors là j'exulte !
C'est pour moi un retour au source de Saez qui me fait du bien et me fait plaisir...
Le dernier opus "Paris Varsovie L'alhambra" ne m'avait pas convaincu. Je ne suis pas fan des arrangements accoustiques de l'album précedent...
Je retrouve dans J'accuse les grands jours de God Blesse, Debbie et Jours étranges !

Biographie

Né(e) : 1 octobre 1977 à Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France

Genre : Rock

Années d’activité : '00s, '10s

Damien Saez was a French singer/songwriter who first studied music — piano — at the Conservatoire National de Région de Dijon before signing to Island/Universal in 1999. Influenced by classic rock artists such as Led Zeppelin, the Sex Pistols, and U2, as well as '90s giants Jeff Buckley, Blur, and Radiohead, Saez — born in Savoy, France on August 1, 1977 — recorded and released his first album, Jours Étranges, late in 1999, and the collection sold well and earned him quite...
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