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Secret page

by Victor Sierra

Four songs about "The road map secret page"...
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. A Steampunk Symphony
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4:45 album only
2. Pale Golden Flecks
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4:32 album only
3. The Killer's Kiss
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4:34 album only
4. La Salle des Machines
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3:32 album only
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Album Notes
Victor Sierra leads you into a vapourous and multicoloured universe through unexplored paths down to a  future that could have been... The powerful down-tempo beat is stowing the Hydrogen Queen above cloudy battles. Standing on a half-burnt gangway, mad officers are drinking dark alcohol, and as dusk grows, clowns will give you the killer's kiss.
Enter Victor Sierra's universe...


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Dov B

Secret Page deep in the second decade of the XXIe Century.
I purchased it on line last week. Wow, it's short, only 4 titles but who has the patience nowadays to listen to an entire album. At least we can focus on those four songs and form an opinion. I recognize that it was not easy to digest...... at the first listening. At the second and third time you begin to get familiar with. The wall of sound is impressing especially regarding Bass and Drums. Good job done. The roles given by the guitars have their kind of complexity, interesting. Anouk's style reminds me somehow Siouxsie Sioux (Siouxsie and the Banshees) but with enough variations to be herself.
I'd like to see it on stage in order to check whether I become definitely a fan. Keep on goin'.See More