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La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux (La STPO)

La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux (La STPO)
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France
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This six piece (or more) French ensemble has been around since 1984, and operates in the area somewhere between Etron Fou axis and Neo-chamber styles, applying humor, avant-gardisms, ultra high energy theatrics, and a well rounded eclectism. They cover a pretty wide field of material within those realms, using guitars, bass, contrabass, drums, percussion, saxes, mallets, and synths, plus a lot of unusual instruments like balafon and viola de gamba.
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Various Artists — Ode to Marco Veronesi Various Artists — Ode to Marco Veronesi
(ADN AgDuNu 001, 2015, CD)
Volcano the Bear / La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — The Shy Volcanic Society at the Bear and Bird Parade Volcano the Bear / La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — The Shy Volcanic Society at the Bear and Bird Parade
(Beta-lactam Ring mt222, 2009, CD)
La STPO — Tranches de Temps Jeté La STPO — Tranches de Temps Jeté
(Beta-lactam Ring mt074b, 2006, CD)
La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Expériences de Survie La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Expériences de Survie
(Prikosnovénie PRIK025, 1999, CD)
La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Les Explositionnistes La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Les Explositionnistes
(Prikosnovénie PRIK 008, 1996, CD)
La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Le Combat Occulté La Société des Timides à la Parade des Oiseaux — Le Combat Occulté
(Beta-lactam Ring mt047b, 1985/2005, CD)

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