Offenbach | Tonnedebrick

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by Offenbach

Offenbach, Quebec's premier Rock Group in the 1970's and 1980's released this album in 1982 and featured new drummer Pat (Pierre) Martel. Straight ahead rock with a progressive edge, it proved to be one of the fans favourites.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Le Chat Sauvage
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2. Sauve Qui Peut
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3. Love Addict
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4. Pauvre Mari
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5. Zimbabwe
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6. Madame Docteur
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7. L'ouragan
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8. Fais-Toi Une Idee
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9. Parano
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10. Le Juge Et L'assassin
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11. Prends Pas Tout Mon Amour
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Album Notes
With daring arrangements, new sounds and a new drummer, Offenbach proved they where much more than a Blues / Rock band with this release in 1982. With songs like Zimbabwe, Le Juge et L'Assassin and Le Chat Sauvage, Offenbach left no doubt why they where considered then and still today Quebec's premier Rock band. Stunning performances and inventive arrangements set this disc apart from everything else being released in La Belle Province. Truly brilliant!


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