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Jack Dupon

Jack Dupon
Country
France
Profile
Jack Dupon is a French band started by Thomas Larsen, Gregory Pozzoli, Arnaud M'Doihoma, and Philippe Prebet in 2004.
Website
http://jack-dupon-rock-progressif.net
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (12)
Jack Dupon — JackDuNoiseFromPonMars Jack Dupon — JackDuNoiseFromPonMars
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, MC / DL)
Jack Dupon — JacKooZDuPultrOn Jack Dupon — JacKooZDuPultrOn
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, MC / DL)
Jack Dupon — JaulPackDuponSears Jack Dupon — JaulPackDuponSears
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, MC / DL)
Jack Dupon — OuiOuiNonOuiNon Jack Dupon — OuiOuiNonOuiNon
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, MC / DL)
Jack Dupon — Empty Full Circulation Jack Dupon — Empty Full Circulation
(La Boîte à Malice 2016BAM07, 2016, CD)
Jack Dupon — Les Ronfleurs Dorment - Le Film Jack Dupon — Les Ronfleurs Dorment - Le Film
(Musea FGBG 9036, 2014, DVD)
Jack Dupon — Jésus l'Aventurier Jack Dupon — Jésus l'Aventurier
(Musea FGBG 4922, 2013, CD)
Jack Dupon — Tête de Chien Jack Dupon — Tête de Chien
(Musea FGBG4797, 2013, CD)
Jack Dupon — Bascule à Vif Jack Dupon — Bascule à Vif
(Musea FGBG 4893, 2012, 2CD)
Jack Dupon — Démon Hardi Jack Dupon — Démon Hardi
(Musea FGBG 4877, 2011, CD)
Jack Dupon — L'Echelle du Désir Jack Dupon — L'Echelle du Désir
(Musea Gazul GA 8691, 2008, CD)
Jack Dupon — L'Africain Disparu Jack Dupon — L'Africain Disparu
((Not on label) no#, 2006, CD)

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