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4/3 de Trio

4/3 de Trio
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France
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French band 4/3 de Trio are a multi-instrumentalist foursome from Grenoble whose music could be described as a blend of Änglagård and Red-era King Crimson. They mix acoustic and electric passages with a touch of metal, alternately singing in French and English.
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4/3 de Trio — Ersatz 4/3 de Trio — Ersatz
(MALS 017, 2005, CD)
4/3 de Trio — Faiblesse 4/3 de Trio — Faiblesse
(Musea FGBG4275.AR, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 2 Various Artists — Un Voyage en Progressif Vol. 2
(Musea FGBG 4300 AR, 1999, CD)

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