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Orange LP version. Limited edition of 200. Souffle Continu presents the sixth release in its series of reissues from the catalog of the cult French underground Futura label. Triode was a French psych prog band from the early '70s. Their sole album, 1971's On n'a pas fini d'avoir tout vu, combines the fascinating flute playing of Michel Edelin, the psychedelic guitar sound of Pierre Chérèze (also of YS and a collaborator of Bernard Szajner), and the groovy rhythm section of Didier Hauck and Pierre-Yves Sorin. Triode plays a more jazzy kind of instrumental prog with fascinating flute interludes. The psychedelic sound of the guitar combined with brilliant flute chops gives overall an excellent example of how great and imaginative were the bands in the '70's in progressive rock movement. The album is up tempo, not a single piece is weak, nice musicianship show a band in great form, but with all that they remain totaly unknown to larger public, even in prog circles is kinda forgotten. This instrumental jazzy prog monster is finally available again in its original form. This is the album's first official vinyl reissue, fully licensed by Futura founder Gérard Terronès. Presented in a 350-gram matte sleeve with obi strip. Limited edition of 500.