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    IgorrrHallelujah

    Label:Ad Noiseam – adn165lp
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Clear
    CD, Album
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:Breakcore, Avantgarde, Death Metal

    Tracklist

    A1Tout Petit Moineau
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    A2Damaged Wig
    GuitarNicolas Sénac
    VoiceSimon Fleury
    B1Absolute Psalm
    GuitarTeloch
    KeyboardsBenjamin Bardiaux
    Performer [Noise At The End]Nicolas Serre
    Performer [Pamplemousse]Nicolas Chevreux
    SaxophoneVincent Goubeau
    VoiceLaurent Lunoir
    B2Cicadidae
    GuitarCyro Torres
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    VoiceJasmina Barra
    B3Vegetable Soup
    AccordionAdam Stacey
    KeyboardsBenjamin Bardiaux
    Other [Chicken]Patrick
    C1Lullaby For A Fat Jellyfish
    Guitar [1]Teloch
    Guitar [2]Nicolas Sénac
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    Voice [Female]Laure Le Prunenec
    Voice [Male]Simon Fleury
    Voice [Russian]Irina "Triz" Matkovskaia*
    C2Grosse Barbe
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    VoiceLaurent Lunoir
    C3Corpus Tristis
    D1Scarlatti 2.0
    D2Toothpaste
    Performer ["Arrête!"]Ange Yopiti
    D3Infinite Loop
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    CD1Tout Petit Moineau
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    5:02
    CD2Damaged Wig
    GuitarNicolas Sénac
    VoiceSimon Fleury
    3:51
    CD3Absolute Psalm
    GuitarTeloch
    KeyboardsBenjamin Bardiaux
    Performer [Noise At The End]Nicolas Serre
    Performer [Pamplemousse]Nicolas Chevreux
    SaxophoneVincent Goubeau
    VoiceLaurent Lunoir
    3:51
    CD4Cicadidae
    GuitarCyro Torres
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    VoiceJasmina Barra
    3:03
    CD5Vegetable Soup
    AccordionAdam Stacey
    KeyboardsBenjamin Bardiaux
    Other [Chicken]Patrick
    3:40
    CD6Lullaby For A Fat Jellyfish
    Guitar [1]Teloch
    Guitar [2]Nicolas Sénac
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    Voice [Female]Laure Le Prunenec
    Voice [Male]Simon Fleury
    Voice [Russian]Irina "Triz" Matkovskaia*
    2:53
    CD7Grosse Barbe
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    VoiceLaurent Lunoir
    3:29
    CD8Corpus Tristis3:19
    CD9Scarlatti 2.03:41
    CD10Toothpaste
    Performer ["Arrête!"]Ange Yopiti
    1:47
    CD11Infinite Loop
    StringsBenjamin Violet
    4:13
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    Notes

    Edition of 500 copies (confirmed by label) on clear vinyl. Released in a gatefold sleeve.
    Comes with a free CD version of the album. Some copies didn't include the CD, even though it's explicitly mentioned on the back of the sleeve.

    Thanks to: Svarta Photography, Hervé Faivre, Raoul Sinier and you.
    made in the e.u.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 708527716519
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, handwritten): adn165lp A RAND
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, handwritten): adn165lp B RAND
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, handwritten): adn165lp C RAND
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, handwritten): adn165lp D RAND

    Other Versions (5 of 11)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Hallelujah (CD, Album)Ad Noiseamadn165cdGermany2012
    Hallelujah (11×File, FLAC, Album)Ad Noiseamadn165dGermany2012
    Hallelujah (11×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Ad Noiseamadn165dGermany2012
    New Submission
    Hallelujah (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Flesh Pink)Nuclear Blast27361 55841Europe2020
    New Submission
    Hallelujah (2×LP, Album, Reissue, 180g)Nuclear Blast27361 55841Europe2020

    Reviews

    vprokophieff's profile picture
    vprokophieff
    I strongly advise everybody against buying this item from the seller Zertutr
    https://www.discogs.com/user/Zertutr . He is a scammer. I had ordered one rare CD (#11333086-8) and had made a payment by bankcard (PayPal transfers are not allowed in Russia between both residents) but he didn’t ship my purchase out to my address. In response to my dissatisfaction, this seller has canceled the order and hasn’t made a refund. Thus, he makes it impossible to leave a negative feedback. Also you can see that this seller isn’t still rated (ranked).
    KONIKJUNKYMONKEY's profile picture
    KONIKJUNKYMONKEY
    really nice stuff! but the cd was not in my (mint and sealed) LP, so sad...
    the-golden-disc's profile picture
    the-golden-disc
    Edited 5 years ago
    Wow.
    I don't know where to start... this work is so hard to describe with words.

    This is the most beautiful and most disturbing music I've ever heard.
    It is delicate and intricate.
    It is painful and horrifying.

    This has set the bar for electronic music for me. Everything else just sounds so boring now.

    11/10
    257's profile picture
    257
    Great stuff. the first record came a little warped and had some noise for the first couple of minutes of each side, but other than that the pressing sounded really beautiful! and the free CD will make a nice drinks coaster...
    Headphone_Commute's profile picture
    Headphone_Commute
    I’ve been listening to Gautier Serre’s rabid musings as Igorrr since his 2006 self-released debut, Poisson Soluble. Since then, I followed this French radical to Acroplane Recordings [check out Moisissure (2009)] and finally, Ad Noiseam label [see Nostril (2010)], where he clearly belongs. So how does one describe Gautier’s beautiful agony and is there a one-word genre name that would fit? Barrocore? That is the closest thing that I could think of. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word ‘baroque’ is derived from the Portuguese ‘barroco‘ which roughly translates to an ‘imperfect pearl‘. And that’s precisely what this fourth album is – a rare and unnaturally occurring gem. On Hallelujah Igorrr perfects his art of combining black metal growls, drilling hardcore breaks, Spanish guitar, classically baroque instruments and operatic soprano vocals. Intrigued? You definitely should be! But what’s more amazing about this incredible fusion of styles is how well executed and cohesive it becomes. Gautier Serre is a wizard’s scholar, a deranged magician, a psychotic genius. And I love every single note of it! A single listen through the last album track, “Infinite Loop”, will cement him as a master of aural manipulations in your mind. Featuring many guest musicians, this magnum opus is the climax of Serre’s current career, and only hope he keeps going higher! I can’t recommend this album highly enough!