Clé De Contact

Album: Les Hommes Mort Sont Dangereux (1977)

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  • "Clé De Contact" was the B Side of "Paris Maquis", the first single ever released on the Rough Trade label. Formed in West London in 1976, the label was home to Pere Ubu, The Smiths, and Arcade Fire. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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