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PoiL
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PoiL is a trio based in Lyon. The group, consisting of Antoine Arnera (keyboards, vocals), Boris Cassone (bass, guitar, vocals), and Guilhelm Meier (drums, vocals), was formed in 2006. All three members are also in PinioL.
Website
http://poil.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (8)
Le Grand Sbam — Furvent Le Grand Sbam — Furvent
(Dur et Doux , 2020, CD / DL)
PoiL — Sus PoiL — Sus
(Dur et Doux DD-027, 2019, CD / DL)
Le Grand Sbam — Vaisseau Monde Le Grand Sbam — Vaisseau Monde
(Dur et Doux DD-037, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Piniol — Bran Coucou Piniol — Bran Coucou
(Dur et Doux DD-022, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Mula — Mula PoiL Mula — Mula PoiL
(Dur et Doux DD-036, 2018, LP / DL)
PoiL — Brossaklitt PoiL — Brossaklitt
(AltrOck Productions ALT-042, 2014, CD)
PoiL — Dins O Cuol PoiL — Dins O Cuol
(Dur et Doux DD-001, 2011, CD)
PoiL — L'Ire des Papes PoiL — L'Ire des Papes
((Not on label) , 2008, DL)

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