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Grandpretre on: January 22, 2019, 20:12

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Grandpretre #1 on: January 22, 2019, 20:18

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Grandpretre #2 on: January 22, 2019, 20:21

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Congolitude #4 on: January 22, 2019, 20:51

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Thanks a loooooooooot bro

mvulusi96 #5 on: January 22, 2019, 21:08

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Thanks for uploading it.

Hahaha look Eric Tutsi's face. It would be interessting to know which on song Koffi Olomide played guitar and if it was lead or rhythm. It's sad that he didn't credit Clovis Ngouma just because he left while he did a job on the generique. Athis Photo did a good job with the Force de Frappe-booklet, like that of Attentat. The evolution of technology really killed his job. Where is Athis Photo nowadays ?

"Rendez-vous avec Koffi Olomide et le Quartier Latin International
au Parc des Princes en ete 2001 pour une historique fete africaine" mannnn that had to be the biggest event of the decade (2000-2010), Koffi would been intouchable if that happened.

Is that little kid on the Loi-booket Minou (koffi's daugther) ? Did they forget to put the credits of all guitarists, bass players and other musicians who participated on Loi ? I'm surprised to know that Pascal Lokua also participated, btw it where they same girls who particapted also on Chocolat with Lokua, so I guess that Iteneraire was recorded on the same moment with Chocolate. Because I remember Koffi saying in an interview with a French-newspaper before Bercy that Chocolate was meant for Loi. The way Koffi still put Beniko's name on the Loi-booklet while he already left, showed how much respect he had for him. The booklet of Loi wasn't on the level of V12 or even that of Ultimatum.

The guy who made that leaflet for Viagra was so funny hahaha "you have to listen to viagra 5 times in a day". Its good how they pointed out on each song who particapted. I'm surprised to see that Lebou Kabuya played lead on Beniko's song Ezala Zala and Clovis Ngouma bass on Pathy's song. Hmmm so Djudju-chet arranged alot of songs without playing, seems that he tuned the drums for Tshe-Tshe le Balle on Collation & Viagra, I loved that drumsound on both songs.

13 isn't a good number. Wenge EL Paris released KO Debout with 13 songs and boom it marked the end of EL Paris in Paris, Adolphe Dominguez released Affaire Tonya Tonya with 13 songs boom all influent members left in Europe, Extra Musica recorded 13 songs for Trop c'est Trop boom it couldn't release a new album for 3 years, Academia release 13 songs for Viagra boom all important members starts leaving.
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Grandpretre #6 on: January 22, 2019, 21:22

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Notice : loi didnt have ql credits

Ill upload effrakata tommorow

Viagra’s booklet is vert creative

mvulusi96 #7 on: January 22, 2019, 21:32

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Notice : loi didnt have ql credits

Ill upload effrakata tommorow

Viagra’s booklet is vert creative

Oh, i see.

That would be fantastic, do also have Wake Up ?

graphizin evok did a job, that's one of the advantages to work with a hiphop music-label. They are often very creative with booklets of albums released under their label.

Grandpretre #8 on: January 22, 2019, 21:41

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Noo unfortunately I dont have wake up, sorry guys
I would upload viagra & sanction very soon

SLK97 #9 on: January 22, 2019, 21:41

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Thanks. I especially liked the work that went into Academia's booklets. It's impressive to see original, untouched photographs used for the booklet and album cover in Force de Frappe's case. You don't see that often with modern Congolese music (since the 80s).

SLK97 #10 on: January 22, 2019, 21:47

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Thanks for uploading it.

Hahaha look Eric Tutsi's face. It would be interessting to know which on song Koffi Olomide played guitar and if it was lead or rhythm. It's sad that he didn't credit Clovis Ngouma just because he left while he did a job on the generique. Athis Photo did a good job with the Force de Frappe-booklet, like that of Attentat. The evolution of technology really killed his job. Where is Athis Photo nowadays ?

"Rendez-vous avec Koffi Olomide et le Quartier Latin International
au Parc des Princes en ete 2001 pour une historique fete africaine" mannnn that had to be the biggest event of the decade (2000-2010), Koffi would been intouchable if that happened.

Is that little kid on the Loi-booket Minou (koffi's daugther) ? Did they forget to put the credits of all guitarists, bass players and other musicians who participated on Loi ? I'm surprised to know that Pascal Lokua also participated, btw it where they same girls who particapted also on Chocolat with Lokua, so I guess that Iteneraire was recorded on the same moment with Chocolate. Because I remember Koffi saying in an interview with a French-newspaper before Bercy that Chocolate was meant for Loi. The way Koffi still put Beniko's name on the Loi-booklet while he already left, showed how much respect he had for him. The booklet of Loi wasn't on the level of V12 or even that of Ultimatum.

The guy who made that leaflet for Viagra was so funny hahaha "you have to listen to viagra 5 times in a day". Its good how they pointed out on each song who particapted. I'm surprised to see that Lebou Kabuya played lead on Beniko's song Ezala Zala and Clovis Ngouma bass on Pathy's song. Hmmm so Djudju-chet arranged alot of songs without playing, seems that he tuned the drums for Tshe-Tshe le Balle on Collation & Viagra, I loved that drumsound on both songs.

13 isn't a good number. Wenge EL Paris released KO Debout with 13 songs and boom it marked the end of EL Paris in Paris, Adolphe Dominguez released Affaire Tonya Tonya with 13 songs boom all influent members left in Europe, Extra Musica recorded 13 songs for Trop c'est Trop boom it couldn't release a new album for 3 years, Academia release 13 songs for Viagra boom all important members starts leaving.

There's a reason they say that 13's the unlucky number, but what about Papa Wemba? Fula Ngenge had 13 songs on a single disc, and how did that work out for him? I should note that the albums you mentioned were all released on the same year, but months apart. Apart from Trop c'est Trop (which was reduced to a standard 10-song, single disc album despite being able to work as a 90-minute, double-disc album), the rest of them were double-disc albums. Coincidence?

BTW, you know how you said Chocolate was a Loi outtake that came two years late? Did Philippe Guez arrange it, or was it Maika Munan?

mvulusi96 #11 on: January 22, 2019, 22:25

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Thanks for uploading it.

Hahaha look Eric Tutsi's face. It would be interessting to know which on song Koffi Olomide played guitar and if it was lead or rhythm. It's sad that he didn't credit Clovis Ngouma just because he left while he did a job on the generique. Athis Photo did a good job with the Force de Frappe-booklet, like that of Attentat. The evolution of technology really killed his job. Where is Athis Photo nowadays ?

"Rendez-vous avec Koffi Olomide et le Quartier Latin International
au Parc des Princes en ete 2001 pour une historique fete africaine" mannnn that had to be the biggest event of the decade (2000-2010), Koffi would been intouchable if that happened.

Is that little kid on the Loi-booket Minou (koffi's daugther) ? Did they forget to put the credits of all guitarists, bass players and other musicians who participated on Loi ? I'm surprised to know that Pascal Lokua also participated, btw it where they same girls who particapted also on Chocolat with Lokua, so I guess that Iteneraire was recorded on the same moment with Chocolate. Because I remember Koffi saying in an interview with a French-newspaper before Bercy that Chocolate was meant for Loi. The way Koffi still put Beniko's name on the Loi-booklet while he already left, showed how much respect he had for him. The booklet of Loi wasn't on the level of V12 or even that of Ultimatum.

The guy who made that leaflet for Viagra was so funny hahaha "you have to listen to viagra 5 times in a day". Its good how they pointed out on each song who particapted. I'm surprised to see that Lebou Kabuya played lead on Beniko's song Ezala Zala and Clovis Ngouma bass on Pathy's song. Hmmm so Djudju-chet arranged alot of songs without playing, seems that he tuned the drums for Tshe-Tshe le Balle on Collation & Viagra, I loved that drumsound on both songs.

13 isn't a good number. Wenge EL Paris released KO Debout with 13 songs and boom it marked the end of EL Paris in Paris, Adolphe Dominguez released Affaire Tonya Tonya with 13 songs boom all influent members left in Europe, Extra Musica recorded 13 songs for Trop c'est Trop boom it couldn't release a new album for 3 years, Academia release 13 songs for Viagra boom all important members starts leaving.

There's a reason they say that 13's the unlucky number, but what about Papa Wemba? Fula Ngenge had 13 songs on a single disc, and how did that work out for him? I should note that the albums you mentioned were all released on the same year, but months apart. Apart from Trop c'est Trop (which was reduced to a standard 10-song, single disc album despite being able to work as a 90-minute, double-disc album), the rest of them were double-disc albums. Coincidence?

BTW, you know how you said Chocolate was a Loi outtake that came two years late? Did Philippe Guez arrange it, or was it Maika Munan?

Hmmmm, yes. About Wemba we can say that Nouvelle Ecriture split, losing then important members Bendoson, Pompom Miyake, Ramazani, Christian Na Nzenze and Azoze Mbonda who went to form Nouvelle Ecriture de l'An 2000. People started to say that could be the end of his career and other said that it was because of disrespecting the spiritual head of the Kimbanguist chuch Jospeh Diangienda, by putting him in the videoclip of Elongi Ya Jesus (a song which about pastors making money on the back of people). Koffi Olomide & Emeneya started to mock and attack him in interviews with people doubting if he would fill Zenith, because Bendoson, Ramazani & Pompom were very famous then. But with help of the old veterans Pinos & Itshari they survived, they recruited new musicians (Nzenze Madodanga, Dady Bola, etc.), went on camp to the prepare the Zenith-show of 2000 and their new album A La Une, recording it then in Kinshasa at Studio Meka with help of arranger Al Nzimbi. But Papa Wemba was then ungrateful towards Pinos and Itshari by leaving them behind in Kinshasa with all the work they had for a him, prefering then to bring ngulu's in their places and triumphing with the succes of his concerts at Zenith de Paris & l'Olympia de Bruno Coquatrix while they coached all those boys. Pinos was furious and decided to leave, he saw his song being deleted from the A La Une-playlist. But Itshari stayed with his song being maintained on that album (Lelo Na Decider).

Those albums were released on 2dics, because one cd can only have 80 minutes. So they were forced to release those albums in two discs because of those songs together being longer than 80 min. If you listen to some songs released in 90s, you will notice that the timing of some songs were reduced, just to make it on the cd. A good example is Koffi's song Mokuwa in Loi, you can hear Modogo wanting to sing his second vocal when the song ended.

Chocolat was arranged by Lokua Kanza and Philphe Guez. Koffi said in an interview with Liberation before Bercy if I remember well, that he wanted to release a song for kids in Attentat, so he decided to release Chocolat who was recorded 2 years earlier and who was meant for Loi. They corrected some little things a put it then on Attentat.
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Drumstar98 #12 on: January 23, 2019, 10:16

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Thanks for uploading it.

Hahaha look Eric Tutsi's face. It would be interessting to know which on song Koffi Olomide played guitar and if it was lead or rhythm. It's sad that he didn't credit Clovis Ngouma just because he left while he did a job on the generique. Athis Photo did a good job with the Force de Frappe-booklet, like that of Attentat. The evolution of technology really killed his job. Where is Athis Photo nowadays ?

"Rendez-vous avec Koffi Olomide et le Quartier Latin International
au Parc des Princes en ete 2001 pour une historique fete africaine" mannnn that had to be the biggest event of the decade (2000-2010), Koffi would been intouchable if that happened.

Is that little kid on the Loi-booket Minou (koffi's daugther) ? Did they forget to put the credits of all guitarists, bass players and other musicians who participated on Loi ? I'm surprised to know that Pascal Lokua also participated, btw it where they same girls who particapted also on Chocolat with Lokua, so I guess that Iteneraire was recorded on the same moment with Chocolate. Because I remember Koffi saying in an interview with a French-newspaper before Bercy that Chocolate was meant for Loi. The way Koffi still put Beniko's name on the Loi-booklet while he already left, showed how much respect he had for him. The booklet of Loi wasn't on the level of V12 or even that of Ultimatum.

The guy who made that leaflet for Viagra was so funny hahaha "you have to listen to viagra 5 times in a day". Its good how they pointed out on each song who particapted. I'm surprised to see that Lebou Kabuya played lead on Beniko's song Ezala Zala and Clovis Ngouma bass on Pathy's song. Hmmm so Djudju-chet arranged alot of songs without playing, seems that he tuned the drums for Tshe-Tshe le Balle on Collation & Viagra, I loved that drumsound on both songs.

13 isn't a good number. Wenge EL Paris released KO Debout with 13 songs and boom it marked the end of EL Paris in Paris, Adolphe Dominguez released Affaire Tonya Tonya with 13 songs boom all influent members left in Europe, Extra Musica recorded 13 songs for Trop c'est Trop boom it couldn't release a new album for 3 years, Academia release 13 songs for Viagra boom all important members starts leaving.

13 is an unlucky number
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congo-243 #13 on: January 23, 2019, 19:52

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Do you happen to have Kibuisa Mpimpa's Booklet?

Grandpretre #14 on: January 23, 2019, 20:06

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Do you happen to have Kibuisa Mpimpa's Booklet?

No sorry, i remember somebody posted it on the earlier topic
I was about to buy it (i bought all of thoses last week) but the booklet have only 2 pages