Haiku Salut - Tricolore
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2013 Ratings: #168 / 1023
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Based on 6 ratings
March 25, 2013 / Release Date
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This is a splendid and rather accomplished debut album

Drowned in Sound

Tricolore is a smorgasbord of aural delights befitting of its colourful nature and occasional Parisienne referencing.

Consequence of Sound

For their debut instrumental album Tricolore, Haiku Salut weave together a musical landscape where glitchy bits of electronica give way to Spanish guitars and glockenspiels. 

Beats Per Minute

Tricolore is enjoyable, but it’s a sum of two different parts; together it comes off as strangely disjointed, like shifting from speaking German to speaking Japanese.

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Track List

  1. Say It
  2. Sounds Like There's A Pacman Crunching Away At Your Heart
  3. Leaf Stricken
  4. Los Elefantes
  5. ||: Lonesome George (Orwell, There's No-One Like) :||
  6. Watanabe
  7. Haiku Interlude #1
  8. Six Impossible Things
  9. Rustic Sense Of Migration
  10. Glockelbar
  11. Train Tracks For Wheezy (Featuring A Little Orchestra)
  12. No, You Say It
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Added on: April 1, 2013