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      Rome
      "Nos Chants Perdus"

      Label: Trisol Music (2010)
      Over a series of remarkable concept albums, the Luxembourgish band ROME have developed a totally unique 'poetry of longing' which rings out from a dark melancholic mist of rootlessness and which gives expression to a comprehensive feeling of modern forlornness. The protagonists of Rome's music are the unintentional 'rebels' of Camus ("The Rebel"; original title "L’Homme Révolté"), contemporaries from the turbulent epochs of the 20th century: the banished and the hunted; the despised and the misunderstood – always enemies of dictatorship.
      "Nos Chants Perdus" by Rome is an exceptional and valuable example of the art of singer-songwriting, the likes of which hasn't been heard in this concentration and with such gravity for a long time.
      The strictly limited first edition comes as a CD in digibook format - a hardcover book bound in linen with special black hotfoil debossing, a 40-page additional booklet, plus a semi-matte art print on high-quality paper and with elaborate "Singer" thread stitching• Includes all lyrics and photographs by Achim Webel.

    120/16

    CD