Rome (4) ‎– Flowers From Exile

Trisol ‎– TRI 362 CD
CD, Album


I. Reiseherrschaft
1 To A Generation Of Destroyers 1:48
2 The Accidents Of Gesture 5:10
3 Odessa 4:37
4 The Secret Sons Of Europe 3:13
II. Besitzbegrenzung
5 The Hollow Self 1:58
6 A Legacy Of Unrest 4:51
7 To Die Among Strangers 4:02
III. Ruheverbot
8 A Culture Of Fragments 1:09
9 We Who Fell In Love With The Sea 4:13
10 Swords To Rust - Hearts To Dust 3:53
IV. Verzicht
11 Flowers From Exile 3:12
12 Flight In Formation 5:36

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CD comes in digipak with 12 pages booklet.

'Flowers From Exile' was written on the road in Europa (2007-2008). Recorded and arranged at Tidal Wave Recording Studio, Karlsdorf, Germany in january and february 2009.

"Vertriebene sind wir, Verbannte!
Unruhig sitzen wir so
möglichst nahe den Grenzen
wartend des Tages der Rückkehr"

"Die Poesie der Alten war die des Besitzes
die unsrige ist die der Sehnsucht"
(A.W. Schlegel)

© 2009 Trisol Music Group GmbH.
Made in EU.
Distributed by Soul Food Music Distribution.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 260063 943621
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4260063943621
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A968096-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9706
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9721
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 14648

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRI 513 LP Rome (4) Flowers From Exile(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Whi) Trisol TRI 513 LP Germany 2015 Sell This Version
COPV002 Rome (4) Flowers From Exile(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) COP International COPV002 US 2015 Sell This Version
Strict/1 Rome (4) Flowers From Exile(2xLP, Ltd, Num, RE, Whi) Strict (3) Strict/1 Japan 2019 Sell This Version


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November 11, 2012

One of the best records from the last years for me. Great sound, awesome mood and flow. Great for a walk or run through the nature. Loved it from the first song on as I listened it first in 2009 and I still think: This record is awesome!


December 8, 2009
Quite simply, a stunning album which is highlighted by the rich voice of Jerome Reuter and the very talented Patrick Damiani on the instrumentation / arrangements.

For me at least, I feel that Jerome's voice and singing style are some of the most refreshing in recent memory. A combination of influences by Cave, Waits, and Cohen are to be found at the core of Jerome's vocal essence.

ROME is a thinking person's "group" and I strongly recommend this album and their entire back catalogue. The lyrics are heartfelt, mysterious, cryptic, and thought-provoking. You not only "feel" the rhythm of the music, but the depth of the passion which inspired the lyrics.

Track 07. "To Die Among Strangers" particularly stands out for me. Strong Spanish / Italian / Greek elements and instrumentation. Quite festive ... very easy to imagine yourself present at a very large old European family gathering with much gusto and love / friendship being offered all around.

Please be sure to check out their website and MySpace page.

***** FIVE STARS (More if I could add them).

Enjoy! And I recommend listening to this album using H-E-A-D-P-H-O-N-E-S to best experience the subtle mixture of sounds / Nature and historical samples that comprise this work of art.