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    Ordered as well.
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    ordered and shipped...that was quick...thx Steve!

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    Ordered, shipped....and delivered

    The Epok, she is mine...

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    Pass.Hey all democraties countries have t









    heir ...never mind

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    Herv's not wearing a DOO-RAG....I love it already!

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    Stella has just announced that a studio version of "Slag Tanz" (with an extra section, not on Epok 5) will be recorded in september. A new studio version of "Riah Sahiltaahk" is also being considered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemeat View Post
    Stella has just announced that a studio version of "Slag Tanz" (with an extra section, not on Epok 5) will be recorded in september. A new studio version of "Riah Sahiltaahk" is also being considered.
    Christ fantastic! This is excellent.

    Though I hope they don't do that last one.
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    Just got the DVD. Mastering is much better than past DVDs they have done. I am enjoying songs that are not among my fave Magma songs, and Riah is really growing on me. Benoit has become indispensable. Am also interested in the new disc coming later this year, as well as the Offering concerts coming up. Time for new music!

    Plus lots of good people in the interviews: Marc Adler, Steve Davis, Marie-Emmanuelle Bretel, etc.
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    Just received and watched Epok V this afternoon.

    What an incredible performance! Absolutely stunning..

    My one criticism would be the decision to include interviews in between the songs. Poor form. These could have easily been a special feature or a separate chapter. Thanks to DVD editors, I'll be making a disc with the full performance and the interviews all included afterward.

    A minor point though. What a show. 'Slag Tanz' is absolutely incredible.

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    Apparently, the japanese edition includes some bonus goodies...
    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-n8uin_Lsi0...07337461_n.jpg

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    So I have had this on non-stop since I got it. It gets better each time I play it, and while I initially felt that Slag Tanz was static, the version here just is mind-bogglingly intense. I canot stop watching. Bubu is astonishing on bass. It just keeps blowing my mind. And the bass line on Maahnt has to be incredibly difficult to play over and over and over. Plus, Herve's singing is incredible. I love this disc, big time. Every composition is just amazing. And boy, can Stella sing1
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    I'll probably have to get this at some stage
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    Don't wait. Get it now. It is worth every penny and is pure intensity from start to finish.
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    The Offering concerts (2-6 july) at Le Triton are being filmed for a DVD...

    Setlist : Offering (pt 1) - Joa (Le chant du sorcier) - Tilim' m'dohm - Love in the darkness - Cosmos / Afih - Auroville - La nuit du chasseur - Another day - Drum bash - Ehn Dess - Earth [last day only]
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    Offering at Le Triton, july 2013 :




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    I am higly intrigued by what I hear with these clips- the songs sound almost lush, more liquid than the album versions or past versions I have heard. The focus seems to be solely on the vocal lines, with sort of minimal backing. But I am dying to hear all of Another Day!
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    Old thread, but now Alice. Got up today and threw this DVD on. Absolutely slays. These performances are just top shelf. This DVD has me in love with "Riah" and "Slag Tanz" more than ever before. I've always loved "Felicite" and it's great of course. 11/10.

    PS, I like the interviews, it's breaks up the music and gives me a minute to grab coffee or use the loo

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    Bussonnet and MacGaw are just monsters, I guess I should spin One Shot again, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Bussonnet and MacGaw are just monsters, I guess I should spin One Shot again, eh?
    Always a good idea to do that, but I assume you have the latest DVD from 2014 (released 2016) with the second trilogy ? "Kohntarkosz" on that is stupendous, with a jaw-dropping solo by MacGaw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calyx View Post
    (...) I assume you have the latest DVD from 2014 (released 2016) with the second trilogy ? "Kohntarkosz" on that is stupendous, with a jaw-dropping solo by MacGaw.
    This is something I need. I attended the last night of their residency at Le Triton that provided material for their latest DVD.

    Best concert experience in my entire life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calyx View Post
    Always a good idea to do that, but I assume you have the latest DVD from 2014 (released 2016) with the second trilogy ? "Kohntarkosz" on that is stupendous, with a jaw-dropping solo by MacGaw.
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