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Phall Fatale

Phall Fatale
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Phall Fatale was founded in spring 2008 by drummer Fredy Studer (Switzerland), together with Joana Aderi (Switzerland), Joy Frempong (Germany – both vocals, keyboards, electronics), John Edwards (England), and Daniel Sailer (Switzerland – both double bass).
Website
http://www.phallfatale.com
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Releases on file (2)
Phall Fatale — Moonlit Bang Bang Phall Fatale — Moonlit Bang Bang
(Slowfoot SLOCD028, 2016, CD)
Phall Fatale — Charcoal from Fire Phall Fatale — Charcoal from Fire
(Kuenschtli k031, 2011, CD)

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