Misanthrope - Sadistic Sex Daemon


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Release date: March 2003
Style: Melodic death metal

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Disc I
01. Révisionniste
02. Sadistic Sex Daemon
03. La Marche Des Cornus
04. Armageddon A l'Elysée
05. Conversation Métapsychique
06. Grand Démonologue
07. L'Extinction D'Une Etoile
08. Bonaparte
09. Sans Complaisance
10. Le Dernier Répond
11. Romantisme Noir

Disc II [Digipack bonus]
01. Nouvel Enfer
02. Chair Organique
03. Conversation Métapsychique [instrumental version]
04. L'Extinction D'Une Etoile [instrumental version]
05. The Horn Walk
06. Sadistic Sex Daemon [English version]
+ Making Of [video]

Line-up
Philippe "S.A.S de l'Argilière" Courtois - vocals
Jean-Jacques Moréac - bass, keyboard
Jean-Baptiste Boitel - samples
Anthony Scemama - guitars
Gaël Féret - drums

Additional info
Recorded & produced by Jean-Jacques Moreac at Le Manoir des Deportees, Ile-de-France, August 2002 - January 2003.
Sound engineered by Jean-Baptiste Boitel.
Additional recordings (drums & english vocals) by Frederic Mazin, Michel Delran and Gerard Weiss at Studio Recorder, Ile-de-France, November 2002.
Mixed by Anssi Kippo, the SAS Argilière & Jean-Jacques Moreac at Astia studio A, Lappeenranta, Finland, January 2003.
Musical leadership by Jean-Jacques Moreac.
Executive producer Holy Records.
Lyrics by S.A.S the Argilière.
Music & Arrangements by Jean-Jacques Moreac & MISANTHROPE.
Synths, keyboards & samplers produced by Jean-Baptiste Boitel Assisted by Jean-Jacques Moreac.
Cover artwork by Séverine from Holy Records.
Mastered at Top Master, Paris, 24 January 2003 by Bruno "Sadist Sex" Gruel.

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Comments: 1   Visited by: 11 users
16.06.2014 - 20:02
Rating: 9
NocturnalStalker
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I love this album! Conversation Métapsychique, in my opinion, is one of the best songs ever written by Misanthrope (that wicked keyboards!) and Romantisme Noir with its main riff, which reminds me of Cathedral, is a great number too.
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"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
- Lux Occulta "The Opening of Eleventh Sephirah"
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