Disambiguation: there are actually at least seven artists that have released CDs under the name "VOX." In rough chronological order:
1. An indie pop/folk band from Surabaya, Indonesia. Band members are Vega Antares (vocals/guitar), Joseph Sudiro (bass/vocals), Gabriel Mayo (drums/vocals)and Donny Setiohandono (keyboard/vocals).
2. A Polish male quartet band, founded in late 70s by Witold Paszt. If you speak polish, you can visit their page on wikipedia.
3. Bulgarian-born, Munich-based composer Vladimir Ivanoff, a world fusion composer employing electronic instruments to create a mostly neutral or subtly enhancing background to the sounds of 11th and 12th century sacred chants on the release Divine Rites.
4. A Peruvian pop band formed by Cynthia, Walter, Diana, Alberto, Ludwig, Francisco and the twins Romina and Karina. The band was formed in 1999 but they recorded a selftitled album in 2000. Their hits A Navegar and Para buscar la salida were transmited by HTV. Both songs had great success. Francisco left the band in 2001, and one year later the group was disbanded.
6. A French rock band from Nantes composed by François (lead singer and rhythmic guitar), Gaël (lead guitar, keybord and back singer), Mathieu (bass) and Stéphane (drums). They released a demo called Sans douleur, pas de joie. It is distributed under a free Creative Commons BY-ND licence. You can find it here: http://www.jamendo.com/fr/album/3991 They usually wrote their name VoX. They don't play together anymore.
7. A Romanian pop/rock band that released a CD "Steaua Nordului" (Northern Star) in 2006. Available on eMusic.
8. A neo-goa psytrance project of Tomislav Crncic from Croatia.
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