This is their second album, the first was called "Avis de Passage" and will be up shortly or rather mediumly. Overall it reminds me a lot of Phileas Fogg. Or, in some instances, the post-Edition Speciale Lorenzini-Ballester work Orchestra II.
I love this crazy, slightly zeuhl-inflected style of early eighties french fusion full of dynamism and oddities. Progressive fusion lasted quite a bit into the eighties in France and of course Eastern Europe. I didn't feel the above low rating (admittedly, only by a couple of listeners) was fair so I thought I would let others hear.
Two shorter but more representative progressively-written tracks:
3. Park Slope:
5. Intro Finale: