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Petits Sons Appétissants - Faust - Cest Com... Com... Compliqué

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6 Responses to Petits Sons Appétissants - Faust - Cest Com... Com... Compliqué

  1. Migor says:
    Mar 19,  · Faust began confronting tired rock forms and puzzling square listeners almost 40 years ago. In the process of undermining and dismantling established sound structures, they created a space that offered a new ideal of musical playfulness that always left open an additional space for challenging its own ideal. Such an indeterminate ethos necessarily embraces a perpetual movement that resists /5.
  2. Kazrakus says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of C'est Com Com Compliqué on Discogs/5(6).
  3. Shaktidal says:
    Worthy new effort by the long-running German krautrock / progressive pioneers. This CD's line looks to be a trio, made up of two original Faust members; Jean Herve Peron-bass & vocals and Werner 'Zappi' Diermaier-drums along with new member - Amaury Cambuzat - guitar, keyboards and vocals/5(2).
  4. Zolokazahn says:
    "Petits Sons Appétissants" is very good, with different variety of sounds used. Yes, this is one of these one-listen, instant-reply reviews, which I write from time to time. And after all, I may be grateful and give better rate better, than I intended before (three minus or even two plus)/5.
  5. Fenrishakar says:
    This being Faust, the weirdest thing here has to be 'Petits Sons Appetissants', which is notably strange for being so normal. Aside from crashing dustbin lid cymbals and a bit of disjointed hollering the piece sounds like a curiously welcoming piece of ambling pop music. A .
  6. Moogukora says:
    The Shivas deliver a set of righteous three-chord wonders with a mean streak that will always be to the tastes of a certain doomy subset of ‘60s rock fans.

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