Produced by: Claire Vezina and Serge Poulin
All songs mixed by Jeff Grenier
Mastered by Reggie Thompson at studio CDX Mastering, St-Eustache, QC, Canada.
Recorded by Jeff Grenier at Studio Monocube, Mascouche, QC, Canada and also with Serge Poulin at "La Grouve Shoppe", Quebec, QC, Canada
I will give my free wheeling impressions of this very good CD. Cyber Neptune is a great beginning; the image of the Lord of Water emerging in Cyberspace is in tune with the heaviness of the music. Mluzine the fairy from Avalon continues superbly the aquatic references. D'un rcent naufrage is like the ocean in our dreams that rises like a quiet, but powerful wave. I like to be lulled by it. Il pleut sur la ville, it rains on the city, is a very cool ballad. Jeanne is a more pop rock piece, with hints of brit pop in it. Dans ton monde cyber return to virtual space, a great reflection of our post-modern life. The music is enthralling with superb nuances. 11h52 is an instrumental piece where the voices are used like musical instruments. This tune has mind-blowing qualities. Soleil depart from aquatic references to reach our star. It is an interesting love song. Les soldats in our day and time, if we love our children, why send them to death in some nebulous war? It is a sad and serious song. As with all the tunes here, the music, particularly the piano, is cascading like a pure spring. De l'Ouest... une brise souffle is for me the most progressive and quiet piece of this opus, a real gem of a song. Tant de guerre sings about our planets hatred, but with some hopes sown in. Cyber Neptune II closes the circle, and finishes nicely this CD.
I strongly recommend this CD for all lovers of rock who like warm female voices and poetic lyrics in progressive rock. This is an artist I will closely follow in the future.