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  • CD (1 mars 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • ASIN : B0012GMZCC
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Par Un client le 11 avril 2004
Format: CD
Cet album est absolument magnifique !!! C'est la chanson Mad About You qui m'a particulièremrnt envouté et m'a fait découvrir le groupe et cet album (publicité pour l'autoroute) J'ai ainsi acheté les 3 premiers albums que je trouve aussi incroyable les uns que les autres. Hooverphonic a tapé très fort avec cet album qui allie la voix magnifique de la chanteuse Geike Arnaert avec le style particulier du groupe et que l'on retrouve nulle part ailleurs. (mélant pop, trip-hop,...)
Cet album est à écouter, réécouter, et écouter encore. On ne s'en lasse jamais.
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Par david lemoine le 21 décembre 2011
Format: CD Achat vérifié
magnifique opus de ce groupe belge mythique. Un cd qu'on écoutera de nombreuses fois sans se lasser. A recommander! vos voyages en voiture seront plus agréables!
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a l'ecoute, on se laisse facilement convaincre par cet album trip hop sur le fond mais finallement très pop dans l'âme. Avec des titres rendus populaires par la pub, il faut dire que le style s'y prête bien!
alors laissez vous lentement envahir...
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Mais que c'est beau et que c'est bon....
Mélodies sublimes, arragements léchés tout y est et quelle voix !!
C'est innovant et et ca vaut le détour.
A conseiller
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HASH(0x91fb7c00) étoiles sur 5 Mad about you... 6 août 2006
Par Rebecca of Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Initially, I was not sure quite what to make of The Magnificent Tree. They begin in a Kraftwerk mood and then swirl in ethereal ambiance until the song simply disappears into emotion. I like the contrast of the initially cold electronica with the warmth in the ending atmosphere.

Mad about You begins on a more classic note and it quickly becomes apparent that the appeal of these songs are infused with Geike Arnaert's vocal magic. Her voice is soft and sexy like satin sheets slipping across velvet. She brings a sense of emotional reality to the rocktronica selections making this a perfect marriage of edgy electronica and romantic pop.

The Magnificent Tree inspires an increase in volume. The louder you play this the deeper the sounds appear, although the lyrics are somewhat mysterious. Vinegar and Salt has exactly that emotion although it is peppered with contrasts.

Frosted Flake Woods takes you out into nature where a magical forest sets the backdrop for a playful fairy tale mood that borders on eccentric.

Everytime we Live feels more like what I thought Hooverphonic would sound like because the sound sort of feels like it is being captured in a void or sucked out into space. They play with the lyrics in a labyrinth of pulsating sounds.

Out of Space has a slower mood and then Pink Fluffy Dinosours gets playful again like a child's lullaby. L'Odeur Animale has otherworldly appeal with ethereal sweeps and moody lyrics.

Poetic in places, an enjoyable escape. This album seems to be driving in the right lane. If you like Balligomingo, you will love this album. Mad about you sort of stole my heart on this album.

"Into never seen passion, never seen passion
That it why I am so mad about you
Mad about you"

~The Rebecca Review
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HASH(0x91fb7c54) étoiles sur 5 Don't overlook the great songs on it 4 juillet 2003
Par Eric Vondy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, as an album TMT isn't as good as the other two. However, the more I listen to it, the more I get songs stuck in my head and the more I understand that it is brilliant. The problem is that it doesn't hold together as an album. The cohesion isn't there. But what is there is a handful of solid songs a few of which verge on brilliant. The poppiest of these is Mad About You, a James Bond theme if there was ever a film about Bond's first puppy love. A couple of songs later comes Jackie Cane, a strange anthem about a used up girl. Frosted Flake Wood is maligned by some and yes it does sound like the theme to some trip-hop version of H.R. Puffinstuf, but I like it a lot simply because it's unique. There aren't a lot of songs like this out there. Finally, there's Everytime We Live Together... This song keeps growing on me. I don't have anything to compare it to other than to say that the title sets the tone for the piece. It's angry -- or at least as angry as Hooverphonic gets -- and bitter -- once again, as bitter as Hooverphonic gets.
I gave this 5 stars because despite its awkwardness as an album it is still worlds above most of what's out there. I'll take it for all its flaws as Hooverphonic are brilliant even if this as a whole is their weakest effort.
13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9aad50a8) étoiles sur 5 A little more "pop"-oriented for this third go-around. 26 septembre 2000
Par David Parker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
At first I was a bit disappointed that this new Hooverphonic album wasn't as icy and experimental as the last album "Blue Wonder Power Milk"; i.e. nothing as compelling here as "Renaissance Affair" (aka the song in the Volkswagen "vapor" commercial). Yet thankfully there's nothing as "out there" as the weird, male-vocal "Electro-Shock Faders", either, so really, this album is a compromise. A bit more commercial, but still a perfect blend of trip-hop and melody, with plenty of atmosphere and mood, a la the last song "L'Odeur Animale." My one complaint, and hence one less star, is the so-called "bonus track", the aforementioned "Renaissance Affair" - not a bonus to any true Hooverphonic fan who already owns the song, but rather a bonus to Sony to hopefully drive more people to this album through the Volkswagon commercial. The true bonus track should have been the 10-minute song "Visions" that appears on the import version of this album as a bonus disc. Why that couldn't be offered to U.S. fans is, again, an example of why the record companies will, and deserve to be, eventually usurped by the Napsters and file sharing softwares of the world. A great album, but at 42 minutes, is needlessly one song too short.
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HASH(0x9aad5474) étoiles sur 5 Geike is great, but something is missing... 20 novembre 2000
Par Sakis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I happened to catch Hooverphonic live in Boston, on their tour with BT. I didn't know this band at all & I had just only heard of them, so I must say they had a great live show, and a great performance! The songs on this CD are all kinda experimental and yet, inviting and mysterious which draw me to them. "Autoharp" starts off nicely with Geike Arnaert, the main singer talking softly but it ends with Geike raising her voice to a magnificent chant that someone would only expect to come out from someone from the middle east. It's by far the best moment of the CD. "Mad About You" is one of those songs that just stick in your head and you wanna sing over and over, and of course I don't blame people comparing them to Portishead from this song, because they sound very similar to that band. "Waves" is again what the song title says, a nice wave of music and singing that resembles a ride outside in a clear night sky filled with stars, being carefree. "Jackie Cane" was wonderful when they performed it live. It is a rock song and the guitars are great!"Everytime We Live Together We Die A Bit More" is another song I always get stuck in my head mostly from the way Geike sings "everybody wants one, everybody's got one, everybody everybody wants to be loved", it sounds again very similar to Portishead."Pink Fluffy Dinosaurs" is also a gem!!! I adore the cute music on the background, and I find the lyrics very interesting (very tripping indeed)."Renaissance Affair" on the other hand leaves me totally uninterested, but the rest of the songs are nice too. This album gets spooky at times (due to the synthesizers) and at times very playfull, anyone trying to make sense of what Hooverphonic are thinking, won't be able to find the end of it. It's just a nice album to be enjoyed, and played often at your CD players.
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HASH(0x9aad5558) étoiles sur 5 Even on it's own, TMT is a dissapointment 10 octobre 2000
Par Jon Huff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As Jason K said in an earlier review, it is unfair to compare albums as they all have quite unique sounds. Unfortunately, The Magnificent Tree simply does not hold up to repeat listenings. The first time I listened to it, I was really dissapointed. I loved Bluewonderpowdermilk and enjoyed their debut album, but TMT just doesn't have any stand-out tracks. It's agreeable enough background music and if that's all you want then it should suit you just fine. I expect more from my music and TMT rarely delivered.
The album starts out with the rather clumsy Autoharp. Nothing about this song flows. Perhaps that's the point, but the end results are pretty boring and doesn't capture your attention (a bad sign for the first track of an album!)
Mad About You is a pretty nice bit of pop. The orchestration is bright, reminding me of an old movie score. Geike's voice brings to mind images of paticularly adept lounge singer. One of the few songs that come close to being memorable, but it still ends up like sonic wallpaper.
Waves is an absolutely wonderful track. It's probably my favorite of them all. It takes all the nice things The Magnificent Tree's sound has going for it and maximizes it producing a lovely effect. The chorus is dreamy and stunning. More tracks like this in the future would be much appreciated.
Jackie Cane is my second favorite track. It wouldn't be out of place on a St. Etienne record at all. It's got a great retro feel without sounding OLD. The chorus is great and probably the most memorable of any track "Salty days for Jackie Cane..."
I love the title to this album. Something about "The Magnificent Tree" just seems really cool and it's a phrase that's just ripe for being made a part of a cool song. Fortunately track 5 does pretty deliver on most accounts. We start out with some really nice guitar picking and some beautiful voice work from Geike. It's airy and haunting and beautiful.
Vinegar and Salt is pretty forgettable in just about every way. I've often gotten involved in another activity and not realized I've even listened to it.
Frosted Flake Wood is just to bizarre for it's own good. Something tells me someone ate some of the mushrooms the song talks about before writing this song. The song is fun in a way, but it's slow and doesn't go anywhere.
I don't have much to say about Everytime We Live Together We Die a Bit More. I usually hit the next track button when I come to this one.
Out of Sight starts out with some more of the wonderful orchestration that is a halmark of Hooverphonic. It has a reasonably hooky chorus and a really nice sound. It practically cries out for deserved attention, saving what in the largely forgettable second half of the ablum.
Pink Fluffy Dinosaurs is a light peice of trippy fluff. There's nothing wrong with trippy fluff, but then there's nothing to celebrate about it either. Something about the track smacks of underachievement as well as thought no one could be bothered to come up with something to hold on to emotionally for the song.
L'odeur Animals - Slow. Very slow. Not a bad track to nod off too however.
Renaissance Affair (bonus track) - A song I already have, serving as a painful reminder of what Hooverphonic can do when they get going. Yeah. Nice Bonus.
All in all, if your a long-time Hooverphonic fan or just a fan of their earlier work I suggest you do pick up The Magnificent Tree. It's not wonderful but fans will appreciate it. If you've never heard Hooverphonic DO NOT get this album first. Do like I did and pick up Bluewonderpowdermilk, then the debut, and then this.
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