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Eclat / Eclat de Vers

Eclat / Eclat de Vers
Country
France
Profile
Eclat de Vers is a French progressive rock band who shortened their name to Eclat after their debut album. Bassist Frédéric Schneider also records as a solo artist.
Website
http://www.facebook.com/eclatprogressiverock
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (4)
Eclat — Le Cri de la Terre Eclat — Le Cri de la Terre
(Musea FGBG 4442.AR, 2002, CD)
Eclat — En Concert - Marseille Tokyo Eclat — En Concert - Marseille Tokyo
(Musea FGBG 4284.AR, 1999, CD)
Eclat — Volume 3 Eclat — Volume 3
(Kezako 971, 1997, CD)
Eclat — Vol. I & II Eclat — Vol. I & II
(Kezako 9601, 1992/1996, CD)

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