Kaito no Tetamanu
  • Date
    2012
  • Genres
  • Format
    CD, Digital
  • Style
    Goth Rock

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Album songs

  1. 1E au te hoe matai
    Tikahiri - 3:59

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  2. 2Save me my love
    Tikahiri - 5:34

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  3. 3Kaito no Tetamanu
    Tikahiri - 3:07

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  4. 4Girl
    Tikahiri - 5:15

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  5. 5Lala (never satisfied)
    Tikahiri - 3:35

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  6. 6I want you
    Tikahiri - 3:38

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  7. 7Dying from inside
    Tikahiri - 4:45

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  8. 8Parahata mau a
    Tikahiri - 4:08

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  9. 9Toku mehameha
    Tikahiri - 3:31

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  10. 10Tiaturi vau
    Tikahiri - 4:46

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  11. 11With me or another
    Tikahiri - 3:51

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  12. 12Dark eyes
    Tikahiri - 7:38

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  13. 13I want you (remix)
    Tikahiri (Hanin Elias / Chaotik Ramses – Rmx) - 3:10

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Credits

All tracks written and produced by

Aroma Salmon except tracks 04-07&12 by Mano Salmon
& track 06 by Aroma Salmon, Chaotik Ramses and Hanin Elias

Recorded & Mastered by

Jean-Luc Casula at Studio AMSP

Artwork [Cover]

Cyrill JustC

Photography

Nicolas Perez & Cyrill JustC

Musicians

Guitar / Vocals : Aroma Salmon
Bass / Vocals : Mano Salmon
Cello / Keyboards : Simon Pillard
Drums : Stéphane Rossoni

Notes

Once upon a time…the “Mokorea” lived in our world, and the most powerful was Tetamanu. Half men, half demons, no one knows, the “Mokorea” used to live in the underworld of Hawaiki-Nui, and Fakarava was that world centre.
They were warriors (“Kaito”) and they used their long and sharp nails to harpoon their animal or human preys. Their hair was as thick as coconut fibre and could be as long as 3.50 metres. Their strong bodies were entirely covered with hairs.
In order to reach the men’s world, the “Mokorea went through “Komiri” or “Koko”, which were water holes in the reef, the lagoon or the land that communicated with the ocean and Hawaiki’s world.
The old time stories tell that the “Mokorea” had a long tail, strong enough to create openings (ocean pass) in the lagoons of atolls, in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean. The very first which took place in Tuamotu islands, in the south-east of Fakarava, was made by a Mokorea that lives under the reef and is called Tetamanu.

Tikahiri calls it the Kaito no Tetamanu because it is the strongest of all.
Kaito no Tetamanu is about that story…