Merahi Kerekere
  • Date
    2010
  • Genres
  • Format
    CD, Digital
  • Style
    Goth Rock

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Album songs

  1. 1Kareho Koe
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  2. 2Falling In Love
    Tikahiri - 3:32

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  3. 3A Tauahi Mai
    Tikahiri - 3:44

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  4. 4Beautiful Lady
    Tikahiri - 4:33

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  5. 5Merahi Kerekere
    Tikahiri - 4:35

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  6. 6Tupapaku
    Tikahiri - 4:08

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  7. 7In Love
    Tikahiri - 4:24

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  8. 8You Make My Life
    Tikahiri - 4:22

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  9. 9Penetration
    Tikahiri - 4:28

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  10. 10Take Me Away
    Tikahiri - 5:07

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  11. 11Beyong The Reach
    Tikahiri - 3:04

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Credits

All tracks written by

Aroma Salmon

Recorded & Mastered by

Jean-Luc Casula au Studio AMSP

Artwork [Cover]

Arnaud Chéron au C-Reva Design

Photography

Nicolas Perez

Musicians

Guitar / Vocals : Aroma Salmon
Bass / Vocals : Mano Salmon
Cello : Simon Pillard
Drums : Stéphane Rossoni
Tuba : Sébastien Vignals  (sur piste 3 : A Tauahi Mai)

Notes

After a melodic venture in acoustic rock on its debut Tamaki Hope’a (The Final Battle), Tikahiri now punches up the volume on its new release Merahi Kerekere (Black Angel), ith eleven tracks in English or paumotu.
An example of Tikahiri at its best, “Kareho Koe” is acoustic rock at its most muscular, propelled forward by cello riffs. “Falling In Love” is perhaps the album’s most addictive and radio-friendly track- testosterone-driven modern rock with an 80s edge. “A Tauahi Mai” is a tender acoustic ballad with lilting vocals reminiscent of Chris Isaak. “Merahi Kerekere” recalls the best rock ballads but is sung in Paumotu.
But Tikahiri isn’t afraid of delving in more dangerous territories, as in the relentless, gothic “Tupapaku” (Corpse) or the more erotic undercurrents on “You Make My Life”.
The dark vein Merahi Kerekere boldly crosses cultures and countries, genres and content. Independently produced by artists dedicated to their craft, the disc captures the independent spirit too oftenforgotten in rock…