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Putain de stade (Live)

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indochine dans un stade !

on aurait dit il y a dix ans qu'indochine remplirait le stade de france, eux mêmes ne l'auraient pas cru. Classé ringard par Les Inconnus, confondu avec une chanson "partenaire particulier", décès d'un des frères Sirkis... Et pourtant ! ..Le live ne contient pas certaines des chansons agaçantes des débuts (Canary Beille des filles qui rêvaillent yeillent yeillent en secreille). Chapeau Sirkis pour cette apothéose

Excellent live !!

Génial !! Tout simplement génial !!

Cela retransmet vraiment l'énergie de ce groupe lors de ce superbe concert !!

P****n de concert, p*****n de groupe !!

j'y étais

c'étais tout simplement génial,grandiose,un grand sirkis

Biography

Formed: 1981 in Paris, France

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After enjoying enormous chart success during the new wave era, French pop group Indochine spent more than decade grappling with commercial frustration, roster defections, and even the death of a founding member. Only in 1999 did their fortunes turn yet again, and three years later the band capped off its comeback with a number one single, "J'ai Demandé à la Lune." The roots of Indochine lie in a newspaper advertisement placed by singer/guitarist Nicola Sirkis and answered by Dominique Nicolas, a...
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