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Customer Reviews

Intriguing

"La chien du forgeron" stands out from the rest (in my opinion)... the album is a unique offering though which definitely affected what i thought of it.

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if you ever go to corsica and you dont listen to this album or louis attack you will never understand

It might be French but I like it!

This is an interesting album, it has a nice groove throughout, very chilled. I bought it after hearing the track "Le chien du forgeron" which is probably the strongest track on the album but so far all of the other tunes have been enough to keep me listening and I would not consider myself a hip-hop fan at all :)
A good buy from my point of view!

Biography

Formed: France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Manau is a French rap group whose Celtic-styled debut single, "La Tribu de Dana," was among the biggest hits of 1998, topping the national chart for a few months straight. Founded in 1998, the group is chiefly comprised of Martial Tricoche and Cédric Soubiron, whose partnership went back ten years further, when they co-hosted a radio show featuring the former as the frontman and the latter as the turntablist. The Parisian duo, both of whom are of Breton heritage, originally founded Manau as a Celtic...
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