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Banlieue Rouge

Banlieue Rouge

Banlieue Rouge


Banlieue Rouge was a punk band from Montréal, Quebec formed in 1989. They disbanded in 1999. Banlieue Rouge was formed in 1989 in Longueuill. Heavily influenced by French punk rock bands such as Bérurier Noir, they started with a drum machine, which was eventually replaced by Jeff on drums. Their lyrics being written in French, worldwide success was unlikely to ever be reached. However, they did manage to gain considerable popularity in France and Quebec along with the release of their third studio album "Engrenages", in 1993. Read more on Last.fm
Banlieue Rouge was a punk band from Montréal, Quebec formed in 1989. They disbanded in 1999. Banlieue Rouge was formed in 1989 in Longueuill. Heavily influenced by French punk rock bands such as Bérurier Noir, they started with a drum machine, which was eventually replaced by Jeff on drums. Their lyrics being written in French, worldwide success was unlikely to ever be reached.

However, they did manage to gain considerable popularity in France and Quebec along with the release of their third studio album "Engrenages", in 1993. In 1999, after four full-length albums (plus one live and one best-of) and ten years of touring in America and Europe, the band finally broke up. Xavier went on to form Corrigan Fest, later joined by Sylvain. They play traditional Celtic music mixed with punk. Safwan went on to form Akuma, an angrier, louder hardcore punk band with bilingual (French/English) lyrics.

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