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One of the most mysterious groups from the French experimental underground of the early '70s, Fille Qui Mousse was a leftist political collective led by journalist (Le Parapluie) musician and most of all painter Henri-Jean Enu. Other members included Daniel Hoffmann, Dominique et Jean-Pierre Lentin, Léo Sab et François Guildon. They were musically as radical as the German band Faust, and utilized similar studio trickery. And…

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