In the Trisomie 21 discography, Million Lights is quite simply the pinnacle. Each piece, created by the two Lomprez brothers, has a well-defined construction that sets a particular atmosphere. Released in the summer of 1987, it's emotional strength and evocative power encompass all the magic of the duo. Both subtle and fragile, Million Lights develops itself through ten titles marked by the seal of originality. The philosophy of Trisomie 21 is perhaps summarized by this simple sentence extracted from the booklet: "there is something ridiculous in explaining things. But the worst is to give meaning to what has none." During the forty minutes of real sound paintings, we are invited to listen to a delicate journey where your imagination can take over. Million Lights therefore does not suffer from any ambiguity. It is the best and boldest thing the group has done to date and, quite simply, a reference and a classic.