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Boris Mégot - Ouaille ! album flac Performer: Boris Mégot
Title: Ouaille !
Style: Chanson
MP3 album: 1869 mb
FLAC album: 1945 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MIDI AAC VQF AU DXD MP1 XM
Genre: Pop

Boris Mégot ‎– Ouaille ! Label: Musique Assistée Par Ordinateur ‎– MAO 1012. Guitar – Boris Mégot (tracks: 1, 3,4, 9, 10 to 14). Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Claude Mairet (tracks: 6). Keyboards – Jean-Claude Guillot (tracks: 3 to 5, 7), Jean-Yves Perron (tracks: 2). Noises, Handclaps, Noises – Boris Mégot (tracks: 16). Percussion – Eric Genevoix (tracks: 5), Lionel Tessier (tracks: 4, 8). Sampler – David Marcuz (tracks: 3, 8, 10, 13,14 ), Boris Mégot (tracks: 3, 8, 13). Sopranino Saxophone – Jean-Marc Larche (tracks: 9). Violin – Didier Gris (tracks: 14).

Boris Mégot - Ouaille ! ‎ (CD, Album). Musique Assistée Par Ordinateur. Instruments & Performance. Gilles Jorant Et Son Orchestre & Talismans.

Megatone is a collaborative album between the Japanese experimental doom band Boris and the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. Recorded at Sound Square 2001, and Bedroom, Itabashi 2000–2001. Mixed and mastered at Bedroom, Itabashi 11/09/2001. Masami Akita – PowerBook. Wata – guitar, E-bow, Space Echo. Takeshi – guitar, E-bow. Atsuo – feedback conduction. FangsAnalSatan – design. Enju Tanahashi – executive producer.

Those albums were assembled from material cut for an abandoned offering. In turn, over half of New Album contains revisioned material from those records. It was issued earlier in the year in Japan in slightly different form. New Album goes one step further by combining the spacier sonics on Attention Please with the overdriven power riffage on Heavy Rocks

It’s sort of an unspoken phrase among fans and followers of the Japanese trio, and really, it’s sort of the theme of the band, as it perfectly captures everything that they’ve embodied over the years. Basically, it means to expect anything and everything from the band, regardless of how out-there it may seem at a cursory glance.

Boris' third album of 2011 finds the band, originally known for doom metal and fuzzed-out rock, swinging toward pop structures with decidedly mixed results. New Album does have the feel of sumptuous, otherworldly animation. The band usually self-produces its records but brought on mainstream dance/pop arranger and producer Shinobu Narita, and the guy has a way with Candy Land gloss. All of the Attention Please and Heavy Rocks tracks sound better here- chewier, more refined nuggets.

Tracklist

1 Sport Et Bibine 4:53
2 L'Agonie Des Comédons 3:06
3 Heureusement 5:12
4 Début D'Amour 4:03
5 Les Diables 4:53
6 Robinson Urbain 2:34
7 Tout Noter 6:12
8 La Princesse Et Le Croque-Notes 4:34
9 Molly 4:10
10 C'Est Pas Çà, Ton Mec 4:26
11 La Faune 2:14
12 Burton Et Lise 3:07
13 Chanson À L'Oeil 6:07
14 Les Bricoleuses 5:22
15 Les Loosers Régionuls 3:13
16 Ouaille ! 2:05

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – MPO

Credits

  • Accordion – Christian Maes (tracks: 11, 14)
  • Backing Vocals – Christian Delmaet ''Fluche''* (tracks: 10), Claude Mairet (tracks: 1), David Marcuz (tracks: 16), Guy Pothier (tracks: 10), Isabelle Jeannot (tracks: 5), Jacques Edmond Gouré ''Jack''* (tracks: 16), Boris Mégot* (tracks: 1, 2, 5,6, 8, 10, 13)
  • Bass – Christian Delmaet ''Fluche''* (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 10, 13, 14), Jacques Edmond Gouré ''Jack''* (tracks: 15)
  • Drum Programming – Christian Delmaet ''Fluche''* (tracks: 5, 7, 8, 10), David Marcuz (tracks: 3. 8. 10, 14, 15), Boris Mégot* (tracks: 3, 8, 10, 13, 14)
  • Drum Programming, Keyboards, Guitar – Marc Pariente (tracks: 15)
  • Drums – David Rougeot ''Tommy'' (tracks: 13. 14), Manu Wandji (tracks: 1 to 3, 9 )
  • Guitar – David Marcuz (tracks: 4, 8), Denis Couturier ''Scout'' (tracks: 5, 7), Hervé Gudin ''Gus'' (tracks: 1, 3, 8 to 10), Michel Richard ''Jason''* (tracks: 1 to 3), René Adriantavy ''Ness'' (tracks: 13)
  • Guitar [Seche] – Boris Mégot* (tracks: 1, 3,4, 9, 10 to 14)
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Claude Mairet (tracks: 6)
  • Keyboards – Jean-Claude Guillot (tracks: 3 to 5, 7), Jean-Yves Perron (tracks: 2)
  • Noises [Foot, Knee], Handclaps, Noises [Mouth] – Boris Mégot* (tracks: 16)
  • Percussion – Eric Genevoix (tracks: 5), Lionel Tessier (tracks: 4, 8)
  • Sampler – David Marcuz (tracks: 3, 8, 10, 13,14 ), Boris Mégot* (tracks: 3, 8, 13)
  • Sopranino Saxophone – Jean-Marc Larche* (tracks: 9)
  • Violin – Didier Gris (tracks: 14)
  • Vocals – Coco De Haro (tracks: 14), Danielle Kraveichvili, Doly (tracks: 14), Marie Beaud (tracks: 14), Mia (tracks: 14), Susan (tracks: 14)
  • Vocals [2e] – Gille Trinita (tracks: 1), Pascal Mathieu (tracks: 15)

Notes

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