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 Post subject: Enigma - A POSTERIORI
PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:48 pm 
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I'm a bit partial to the ambient wanderings of mr Cretu. Had this CD for Christmas, some nice moments on there especially the gorgeous 'Goodbye Milky Way' which I cannot get out of my head.

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Its a nice album and bettr than the last offering but I find it plods on and on with too few good moments


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I once read a very funny review of this album, where the headline was 'a deja-vu of suggestive shagging music'. His rating was ImageImageImageImageImageImage
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Pertou wrote:
I once read a very funny review of this album, where the headline was 'a deja-vu of suggestive shagging music'. His rating was ImageImageImageImageImageImage
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Its a better album than Voyager :roll:

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Can't stop singing 'Goodbye Milky Way'. A lovely,lovely song!! 8)

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Can't stop singing 'Goodbye Milky Way'. A lovely,lovely song!! 8)


Coincidentally, I've just eaten one!

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Thumbs up here......it has a few good moments.

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RemoteViewing81 wrote:
Thumbs up here......it has a few good moments.

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Are you talking about the album, or the chocolate bar? :wink:

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I remember hearing Return to Innocence for the first time from the Cross of Changes album. I've hardly ever been so moved by a song. It's simply sublime IMO. The whole album is excellent.


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I'm a fan of Enigma too and I also got A Posteriori at Christmas. Have only listened to it a couple of times, bit I like it, as I like all their other albums (though I haven't got Voyageur).

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I'm a fan of Enigma too and I also got A Posteriori at Christmas. Have only listened to it a couple of times, bit I like it, as I like all their other albums (though I haven't got Voyageur).


Mmmm, the only stand-out tracks on Voyageur are Total eclipse of the moon and Following the sun.

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