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L'Ensemble Rayé

L'Ensemble Rayé
Country
France
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Group led by Cédric Vuille of Débile Menthol.
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Releases on file (6)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Musiques pour le Théatre de la Poudrière L'Ensemble Rayé — Musiques pour le Théatre de la Poudrière
(Les Disques Rayés 005, 2005, 2CD)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Les Contrepoints Cardinaux L'Ensemble Rayé — Les Contrepoints Cardinaux
(Kein & Aber 906547-86, 2002, CD)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Vis-à-Vis Movers Dance Company L'Ensemble Rayé — Vis-à-Vis Movers Dance Company
(Les Disques Rayés 004, 2001, CD)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Ein Fest für Pu den Bären L'Ensemble Rayé — Ein Fest für Pu den Bären
(Kein & Aber, 2000, CD)
L'Ensemble Rayé — En Frac! L'Ensemble Rayé — En Frac!
(LabelUsineS LUS 003, 1996, CD)
L'Ensemble Rayé — Quelques Pièces Détachées L'Ensemble Rayé — Quelques Pièces Détachées
(AYAA CDT 0993, 1993, CD)

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