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Les Joyaux De La Princesse is a cult French one-man band operating in the industrial network. One man is behind the project ( Erik Konofal) . Some of his releases are in the heavy industrial-noise vein, while other contains melancholic and sad music for organ and piano mixed with historical French speeches. Each of Les Joyaux De La Princesse's records is a sort of small audio document presenting an historical fact, usually located in the France of 1930s and 1940s. Most of… read more

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  • Please someone tell me...........after hear and think a lot about the album "Die Weisse Rose" I have to ask, they are communists???
  • cette musique est tres bien!
  • Шикарный проект! В каждом альбоме есть что-то интересное и изумительное, что очень привлекает к вниманию. Эти песни, эти поэтические [или философские] строчки...действительно переносят во Францию в те довоенные года. | Заслуживает большого внимания, это нужно слушать!
  • Clubonica, try Russian project Vishudha Kali. It has nothing in common with martial, going in more transcendental, shamanic ways, but somehow it delivers a very similar feeling.
  • Hello everyone. I created a list on IMDb about the movies related to Les Joyaux de la Princesse. Do not hesitate to give me suggestions to fill that list: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls073793310/
  • Are there any Industrial, Dark Ambient artists that make music similar to this (besides the obvious Martial Industrial projects), like The Caretaker or Land for example? Or something outside these genres entirely?
  • One of those music projects that I never talk about with friends, never discuss on the internet or rarely even think about, but always among the top 8 overall in my library.
  • MonarchKingdom: Care to share? I'd love to listen to it too :)
  • Somebody just sent me an almost full transcript of Bei einbrechender Nacht. Because of his privacy settings, this is the only place that I could say thanks to him. :)
  • Everything about this project is absolutely fascinating.

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