PULSAR’s third album, issued in 1977, “Halloween”, is usually one among 10 best symphonic albums on the planet. A work of art of refinement, offered out for any lengthy time and eventually reissued having a wonderful 16-page guide which includes biography, photos, words and good reputation for this guitar rock band from Lyon. Certainly indispensable for those progressive rock fans! The re-issue of “Pollen” from 1975, features a biographical guide with words and photographs. Annually later, “The Strands For The FutureInch demonstrated us its charms within the format of hyper-sophisticated, elaborated and delicate music, full of exacerbated lyricism and romanticism. Most likely nearly as good as well as than “Halloween” ! In early Eighties, PULSAR required the road of theatrical creation: using the director Bruno CARLUCCI, the famous quartet (Gilbert GANDIL in the guitar and bass, Victor BOSCH in the drums, Jacques ROMAN in the keyboards & Roland Richard in the flute and saxophone) adapted a brief story by Austrian novelist Peter HANDKE almost 30 years ago, “Bienvenue Au Conseil D’Administration !”. It makes sense worthwhile for several reasons ! Between glaucous ambiences and frightening atmospheres, repetitive lyrics and deshumanized patterns, Seventies inspiration and rhythms longing towards the coldness from the new-wave, here’s an atypical release which will surely grasp you. It fully deserves its devote PULSAR’s discography. Essential-have ! With “Görlitz”, PULSAR made their comeback in 1989 and performed an actualised music with beautiful styles, along with the same melodical beauty and also the same refinement they’d proven around the four previous albums. Individuals are milestones of Seventies French Progressive rock !