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Camera was a Berlin band known for impromptu performances in unconventional locations, such as subway stations and so on. The group consisted of Michael Drummer (drums), Franz Bargmann (guitar), and Timm Brockmann (keyboards). Bargmann departed in 2013, followed in 2014 by Brockmann.
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Camera — Phantom of Liberty Camera — Phantom of Liberty
(Bureau B BB 235LP / BB 235CD, 2016, LP / CD)
Camera — Remember I Was Carbon Dioxide Camera — Remember I Was Carbon Dioxide
(Bureau B BB176, 2014, CD)
Camera — Système Solaire Camera — Système Solaire
(Bureau B BB139, 2013, CD)
Camera — Radiate! Camera — Radiate!
(Bureau B BB116, 2012, CD)

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