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Dead band anyways with the money hungry Amazone puppeting Bendoson.

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Also, Abeba Lipordo put all his albums on digital media not too long ago. I highly reccomend Vendredi 13, it has plenty of explosive sebene

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^ i guess you guys are loosing track of what we already uploaded. I put up the Academia albums a while back. Suzuki’s album was just uploaded

I think Viagra album isn't the full version, just few songs, maybe i'm wrong

It’s the full album. All 13 tracks

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Congolese Music / Re: LITTLE UPDATE ON OUR BROTHER KENNEDY
« on: February 18, 2018, 21:12 »
Best news I’ve heard heard all week. Let our friend return safely home, so he can listen to some BCBG :D

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^ i guess you guys are loosing track of what we already uploaded. I put up the Academia albums a while back. Suzuki’s album was just uploaded

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Congolese Music / Re: ARCHIVE ACADEMIA REHEARSAL IN 2002
« on: February 18, 2018, 16:41 »
Before Pathy bASS, I thought it was Augusto NSINGI. Am I wrong ?

I still don't understand Koffi prefered Binda Bass above him after V12 and later also Pathy. Was there problem between both guys ? His work on Pas de Faux was epic.

Iy's very weird since he's basically the first member of "Quartier Latin Entreprise".


It was surely because binda bass was "prettier" & should have a grudge against  blanchard when he went to zaiko.

Binda Bass and Koffi are relatives, so that naturally gave him preference. As for why Koffi had 3-4 bassists in front of Blanchard, my guess is something happened behind the scenes

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Congolese Music / Re: ARCHIVE ACADEMIA REHEARSAL IN 2002
« on: February 18, 2018, 06:14 »
One of my favorite baselines ever on a generique was the one Blanchard played on Etage Ya Suka, so effortless like he was playing an imporvised bass solo parallel to the guitar solo. It helped make that suspense you felt as you listened.

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Ah, quality is crap in comparison. Hopefully Simon mampers reposts

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Damn, he took it down. For those who missed it, it was a Effrakata-ADE era concert

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Good times man

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Matebu, does that website still work? Because I've tried to buy stuff from there and it wouldn't let me.

I guess I'll be finding out the hard way. I used Paypal so I'm buyer protected. The website looks very 2003 though

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Bro how many meaningful vocals did Deo have. His shyness was not helping his case even further. Maybe he was kept because he's a good composer.

Yea, he was definitely very shy and passive. Charisma is the only way artists succeed

Not as shy as Felly Tyson tough :D, when you see him in person you almost forget how legendary of guitarist he is. Always in corner somewhere wearing black when not performing

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@ken bilele ; Deo Brando is a pretty good singer and compser in my book. Wasn’t someone that would wow an audience, but good enough. He had some nice songs in Zaiko


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I finally found a very reasonably priced CD version of Decompte Final for the first time. Ordered myself a copy. CD player quality can't be beaten

http://ivoirerecords.com/prodView.asp?idproduct=9511

Full tracklist:
1. Décompte Final
2. La Une
3. Liberté F.K
4. Chagrin
5. Usurier
6. Kimbanda Ndjila
7. Unique Fortune
8. Bonne Idée
9. Velours
10. Stylla

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Congolese Music / Re: FINALLY JAMAICA IN WMM - GREAT REPLACEMENT
« on: February 17, 2018, 03:44 »
He's really talented he can sing, dance and do animation. I hope Werra let's him form into his own self and not trying force him into being like Bill.


Going by history, I bet he will. He really needs to move on from that obession of his so there can be longevity in that department.

Truthfully, he won't be satisfied until Bill himself asks to return (which will never ever happen)

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