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Les Batteries

Les Batteries
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An international left-field experimental Rock In Opposition band initially comprised of three drummer/multi-instrumentalists: Guigou Chenevier (France, of Etron Fou Leloublan), Charles Hayward (UK, of This Heat), and Rick Brown (US, Elliott Sharp associate). The continued as an increasingly more instrumental duo (without Charles Hayward on further releases after the debut) augmented by special guests.
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Les Batteries — Démesure Révolutionnaire Les Batteries — Démesure Révolutionnaire
(Musea FGBG 4211.AR, 1991/1996, CD)

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