Ca n'a Pas D'Importance
01. À mes amis inconnus
02. Réponse à moi-même
03. Golf E 330
06. Un désir
07. 20000 ° réveil
08. Mon Pégaze
Robert Defer [aka Robby]: guitar
Bernard Heck [aka Barney]: vocals
Michel Arnold [aka Doudou]: guitar
Joseph Dato: bass
Jean-Jacques Martinez: drums
Obscure pearl coming from France, the group Hybride has little known history, being active in the second half of the 70s, when it launched its unique and rare album. The guitarist was Robert Defer, who joined Ange in the early 80s and other small local groups.
The disc "Ça n'a pas d'importance", 1977, is divided in 8 short tracks of typical hard rock of the late 70s, with a few doses of prog and other ballads. Lyrics in French and good work on guitars, with some fuzz moments, and heavy drums mark the sound. Emphasis on "À mes amis inconnus", "Trouble" and "Mon Pégaze", but the sound is quite competent, with several good moments.
Hard rock band HYBRIDE created in Belfort (Franche-Comte), where hailed her guitarist Robert Defer and much better known prog simfo-rock group ANGE. Apparently following the example of his famous countrymen HYBRIDE too soon began to execute Progressive Rock and even with the prefix Heavy.