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ULAN BATOR

Ulan Bator

Post Rock/Math rock


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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Haupstadt (7:36)
2. Katatonia (4:25)
3. Radio Disco (4:20)
4. Cheetah Carnage (5:06)
5. Piano Mecanik (2:19)
6. Apt 18-A (4:53)
7. Feu! Fire! Fever! (4:14)
8. Cerf-Volant (4:52)

Line-up / Musicians


- Amaury Cambuzat / guitar, vocals
- Olivier Manchion / bass
- Franck Lantignac / drums

Releases information

DSA 54038

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