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Studio Album, released in 1985

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 4.000 Newport (7:03)
2. Padre (6:38)
3. La Nouvelle Fašon De Chiner (3:15)
4. Nuit Blanche (4:08)
5. Le Bal Des Vampires (3:41)
6. Sixun Song (8:46)
7. Tabana (7:50)

Line-up / Musicians

- Michel Alibo / Bass, Percussion
- Paco Sery/ Drums, Percussion
- Louis Winsberg/ Guitar
- Jean-Pierre Como/ Keyboards
- Idrissa Diop/ Percussion, vocals
- Alain Debiossat/ Saxophone
- Frank Sitbon/ Vocals (Track 4)

Releases information

LP Polygram 1985
CD Polygram 2000

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