Pulsar (9) ‎– Bienvenue Au Conseil D'administration

Musea ‎– FGBG 2020
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue


A1 Il Fait Froid, Ici ... 4:13
A2a La Femme Au Bout Du Couloir 2:08
A2b La Tempête, Encore 2:20
A2c Accident-vision 2:05
A2d Cri 3:10
A3 Épreuve N° 2 2:00
A4 Mirage De Neige 1:30
B1 Sous Le Ciel Où Courait La Tempête 3:19
B2 Précautions Oratoires 2:30
B3 La Luge Et La Limousine 2:20
B4a Énergie-saga 1:35
B4b Chanson Populaire De La Neige 2:30
B4c Dernier Avertissement 0:30
B5 Futurs Intérieurs 6:15

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"Mise en scéne Bruno Carlucci avec Claude Lesko et le groupe Pulsar"

"Extrait du spectacle créé par le Théâtre de la Satire LE 9 décembre 1980 au théatre de l'Est Lyonnais - Vénissieux" - that's extract of the theatre spectacle premiered at the East Lyonnais Vénissieux, 9 December 1980.
The album was recorded later in the studio under the artistic direction of Bruno Carlucci, and is an associated production of Satire/Cybermis/Pulsar.

Comes with an inner sleeve containing the French translation of Peter Handke's text.

Made in France

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): MPO FG- BG 2020 A AM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): MPO FG BG 2020 B AM
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL



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March 22, 2012

Although not quintessential typical Pulsar, this fourth album by the popularly billed French Pink Floyd was just as innovative and groundbreaking as their previous output. Again they twisted Pink Floyd influences on their head, and this time they blended them with French theatre, chanson and even some punk elements, and lots of those uniquely Pulsar touches. Often the feel is closer to another French band of the era: Arachnoid. With short tracks mostly segued together, it's a heady involved trip that proves just how good French prog was in the early 1980's. One can only wonder at what the theatre spectacle may have been like!