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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: October 24, 2005 at 14:21|
|Thematically darker than previously and an album that split fans down the middle because of the bands search for a more musically commercial sound. Sounds fine to these ears and is one of my Favourite albums in their repertoire. Also released in an English language version (Man's Trap) but once again - 'Go French' as they say!!.
||Date: May 16, 2011 at 14:46|
|This is my favorite Trust album. The sound is indeed somewhat less raw, but it doesn't matter since the songs are pure killers anyway. If you understand at least some French, pay attention to the lyrics as they really are worth it. No sex-drugs-rocknroll cliches, but interesting themes such as martial law in Poland of 1981 (Varsovie), a peak into the world of the rich and mighty (Le pouvoir et la gloire) or lyrics written from the tempter's (devil's) point of view while dealing with his "victim's" dilemma (Le pacte). Get the original version if you can, not its weak copy in English.
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