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Volapük
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Volapük was a French avant-garde band started in 1993 by drummer Guigou Chenevier, along with Michel Mandel and Guillaume Saurel. In the 70s, Chenevier had been a member of Etron Fou Leloublan, a band that was part of the Rock in Opposition movement. Takumi Fukushima became a later addition to the group, playing on Polyglöt which was released in 2000. Volapük announced their breakup in 2010.
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Volapük — Where Is Tamashii? Volapük — Where Is Tamashii?
(Orkhêstra ORK 005, 2003, CD)
Volapük — Polyglöt Volapük — Polyglöt
(Cuneiform Rune 134, 2000, CD)
Volapük — Slang! Volapük — Slang!
(Cuneiform Rune 94, 1997, CD)
Volapük — Le Feu du Tigre (Tiger Fire) Volapük — Le Feu du Tigre (Tiger Fire)
(Cuneiform Rune 74, 1995, CD)

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