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Congolitude #60 on: February 09, 2018, 08:53

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Yeah Koffi has the best booklets. The most booklets of JPS Production artists are short.

It looks like that Koffi Olomide was the only artist who gave Philiphe Guez the freedom to do his stuff on his albums. He was on his peak on Effrakata & Affaire d'Etat. Fally & Ferre has to put him as arranger of their albums.
It's true no matter what people say about him on here koffi from loi to affaire d'etat was untouchable everything he put was fantastic fally and ferre haven't even put out album Anywhere near comparable to any of those albums koffi put out

Koffi was better between Noblesse Oblige and Loi. He reached his peak during this period (1993-1997)
No not even he reached perfection after Loi he easily sold out mystic halls like Olympia Zenith Bercy he also won Kora awards and so on every show and album was fantastic Effrakata being his best album

Effrakata is not superior to V12, Noblesse Oblige or Wake Up.

I'll put it in the same level with LOI.

Brothers I was talking about Philphe Guez being on the peak on terms of arragements, not about Koffi Olomide lol. He did also a wonderful job on Wake Up. Listen to Litio ya Calendrier, Esakola & Maryama Terre Batue. Papito Charme & Sens Inverse "Remix" were also amazing.

About Koffi's peak-periode in terms of succes and popularity in Africa, I would say at it started from Loi until 2004. About albums I Always prefer  Koweit Rive Gauche, Noblesse Oblige, V12 and Effrakata above the rest.

Without forgetting "Les prisonniers dorment" with song like Kot-Kot, Mulherengo, Civilisé & Zero Faute who are part of the best sounds of his career, in my opinion.

mvulusi96 #61 on: February 09, 2018, 09:08

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Yeah Koffi has the best booklets. The most booklets of JPS Production artists are short.

It looks like that Koffi Olomide was the only artist who gave Philiphe Guez the freedom to do his stuff on his albums. He was on his peak on Effrakata & Affaire d'Etat. Fally & Ferre has to put him as arranger of their albums.
It's true no matter what people say about him on here koffi from loi to affaire d'etat was untouchable everything he put was fantastic fally and ferre haven't even put out album Anywhere near comparable to any of those albums koffi put out

Koffi was better between Noblesse Oblige and Loi. He reached his peak during this period (1993-1997)
No not even he reached perfection after Loi he easily sold out mystic halls like Olympia Zenith Bercy he also won Kora awards and so on every show and album was fantastic Effrakata being his best album

Effrakata is not superior to V12, Noblesse Oblige or Wake Up.

I'll put it in the same level with LOI.

Brothers I was talking about Philphe Guez being on the peak on terms of arragements, not about Koffi Olomide lol. He did also a wonderful job on Wake Up. Listen to Litio ya Calendrier, Esakola & Maryama Terre Batue. Papito Charme & Sens Inverse "Remix" were also amazing.

About Koffi's peak-periode in terms of succes and popularity in Africa, I would say at it started from Loi until 2004. About albums I Always prefer  Koweit Rive Gauche, Noblesse Oblige, V12 and Effrakata above the rest.

Without forgetting "Les prisonniers dorment" with song like Kot-Kot, Mulherengo, Civilisé & Zero Faute who are part of the best sounds of his career, in my opinion.

Those songs were arranged by Manu Lima, who worked with him on the albums Rue d'Amour, Henriquet, Elle Et Moi & Les Prissoniers Dorment. He is the guy who created that original Tcha-Tcho. Koffi wanted to chance his music-style after the succes of Dieu Voit Tout. Wanting to use Julio Iglesias style by mixing it with Zouk and Congolese Rumba. Calling it then Tcha-Tcho music/Soukous-Love. From Koweit Rive Gauche he changed his music-direction by using Zaiko's style and mixing it with Tcha Tcho.
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Paysan Congolais #62 on: February 09, 2018, 09:30

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Ndeko, @Paysan Congolais these are subjective arguments you're making, so naturally not everyone is going to agree. It's kind of like asking a Jazz fan which Miles Davis period was the best.

I'm not expecting everyone to agree with me. I'm just dropping my opinion out there.

It's a good debate.

Seben_Maniac #63 on: February 11, 2018, 02:01

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Here's Shalai. By the way, is that Arafat in the second photo? I don't think he is in any of the songs in this album is he?
















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Matebu #64 on: February 11, 2018, 02:16

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^ lol, Shalai is even worse with all the credits Roga Roga got for things he really didn’t do. What a megalomaniac

Yea, Arafat participated in the album. i haven’t listened to the album in a while so can’t say which songs exactly, but he had a minor role compared to Nkila Mbongo

Kila Mbongo was supposed to be in Trop c’est trop, but he had serious throat issues, which was a massive blessing in disguise for Arafat
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mvulusi96 #65 on: February 11, 2018, 14:18

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Arafat animated in all songs. But had only 3 cries "la Guerre", that of "Na nzando ya Ouenze" and "Kila Mbongo fula nga ngenge" He had the opportunity to do the animation alone in the song Tu Me Manque of Abilissi.



Roga Roga wanted to do everything by himself. Durrel Loemba who was a rhythm-player in Extra Musica wanted to become the second lead-guitarst of the band. But Roga Roga didn't want to share. Which is one of the reasons why he followed Quetin Moyascko in Extra Musica International.
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Congolitude #66 on: February 12, 2018, 10:30

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somebody have booklet of Qui est derrière toi by Ferré Gola ?

archos #67 on: February 12, 2018, 14:32

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the only thing extra never copied from wenge is having several soloists loool
 from 1990 to 2000 wenge had on lead tabu fataki for a short period,makaba,ficarre,mbokaliya,japonais extra had.... roga roga and saint petro a little bit and when roga felt he had to state authority by getting rid of all singers to become the lead singer sonor took over and i have never seen another soloist stepping in even for a song
quite a process sonor went through though lol arrived as a dancer,went  to learn bass and rhythm to step in at times then made rhythm his own with durell moving,then made lead role his own 10 years later

mvulusi96 #68 on: February 12, 2018, 15:13

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That has also to do with Alain Makaba staying in Europe and some not really being convinced in Fi-Carre. But even if he wouldn't haved stayed in Europe than guitarists would the have to chance to step in as solist for 2/3 songs. Because Makaba was already giving Fi-Carre and Alain Mwepu the chance to play some songs as lead-guitarist before Kin E Bouge

I think that Roga Roga knew that Extra would split a day. With sharing the solist-role the sound of Extra Musica would chance a little bit and a split would let them share the same rhythm "cachee", like Zaiko in 1988. Zaiko Nkolo Mboka and Zaiko Familia Dei had then both the same rhythm the first 3 years. Look how different Etat Major is from Super Helico. That's also the reason why Extra Musica International was quickly considered as the fake one. Since that their album didn't like Ouragan, which Etat Major had.

I think that Wenge would have the same scenario like Zaiko in 1988, if Fi-Carre decided to follow Werrason in Maison Mere. Since that the most songs of Pentagone were played by him. The sound of Wenge was not the same anymore like that of Anges Adorables, Kin E Bouge, Kalayi Boeing and Pleins Feux where the most songs were played by Alain Makaba.
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tyadm #69 on: February 17, 2018, 10:41

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I would like to know if attentat radio version has the same "24 pages booklets" of the integral version.

I was looking for magie cd last week in paris & i didnt found it, but i remember that the booklet was ugly as hell loool, imma let u know if i'll find this one.

i spend my whole last 2 weeks looking for "kibuisa mpipa, loi, attentat & force de frappe"... Im givin up. Even diego music dont have the originals.

no! the radio version hasn't got the same "24 pages booklets"
the two booklets don't have the same photos and the radio version have only 8 pages

Grandpretre #70 on: February 17, 2018, 14:00

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I would like to know if attentat radio version has the same "24 pages booklets" of the integral version.

I was looking for magie cd last week in paris & i didnt found it, but i remember that the booklet was ugly as hell loool, imma let u know if i'll find this one.

i spend my whole last 2 weeks looking for "kibuisa mpipa, loi, attentat & force de frappe"... Im givin up. Even diego music dont have the originals.

no! the radio version hasn't got the same "24 pages booklets"
the two booklets don't have the same photos and the radio version have only 8 pages


what a mistake from sono! koffi should be pissed. If ever someone got attantat's booklet (and loi), do not hesitate to share it

Wenge1995 #71 on: February 18, 2018, 06:50

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Does anyone have the booklet to Trop C'est Trop by Extra Musica, Titanic by Wenge BCBG, or Santion by Quarter Latin Academia?

I have the album booklet for Attentat and Magie

mvulusi96 #72 on: February 18, 2018, 08:02

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Does anyone have the booklet to Trop C'est Trop by Extra Musica, Titanic by Wenge BCBG, or Santion by Quarter Latin Academia?

I have the album booklet for Attentat and Magie

Titanic does like TH & Internet not have a booklet. I don't know why SIPE Production didn't want to spend money on it. Albums like Guerre de 100 Ans, Tremblement de Terre & Feux de l'Amour who were produced by the same record-label had only one page. JB's contract with SIPE was the worst contract ever. Feux de l'Amour was a huge succes, but didn't had videoclips. The videoclips of Titanic were made by Shabani Records after it's release and released 9 or 6 months later. Same with TH, who's clips were made by Damien Dimonekene and released in 2001, 9 months after it's official release. Internet hadn't even clips and Damien went to record clips with JB 4 years later.

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mvulusi96 #73 on: February 18, 2018, 08:32

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Does anyone have the booklet to Trop C'est Trop by Extra Musica, Titanic by Wenge BCBG, or Santion by Quarter Latin Academia?

I have the album booklet for Attentat and Magie

Is the Attentat you have version radio or l'Integrale ?

Congolitude #74 on: February 18, 2018, 12:34

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Does anyone have the booklet to Trop C'est Trop by Extra Musica, Titanic by Wenge BCBG, or Santion by Quarter Latin Academia?

I have the album booklet for Attentat and Magie
Woow, can you post it please ?