The designer omitted the letter "c" and the boys find themselves unwittingly baptised Vitor Hublot. Amused by this error, they decided to keep the name. The two boys have very different musical worlds. Delhalle cultivates a real taste for melodies, while Clerbois, a big fan of The Residents and Magma, is more interested in the range of sounds and sonic wanderings.
Their first single "One Way" is self-produced in 1983 on the Brussels label psoriatic Discs and reflects the dual influences of the two boys. Their friend Chantal Talbot lended her voice to the song "One Way". Following this first release of 500 copies, Delhalle left the band, leaving Clerbois alone to decide the fate of the group. The latter published almost simultaneously in 1985 two singles "Piron n'veut nin dance / Vive L'Amour" and "Little GAYOLE / I lost my bird", the music of which is even more cold and dissonant, contrasting with the texts.
Guy Clerbois then leaves a final album Vitor Hublot "185 million Francophones and I and I" composed of covers and title tracks of the two singles. The disc flows quickly and even a clip is boxed with a few key passages in the TV interview and the Children of the Rock. Following this album, Clerbois released two other discs under his own name with one of Brassens times, and the album "The Last Temptation of disk" (1993), a playful and visionary project consisting exclusively of the samples as may do next or 2 Many DJs Archive. These days Clerbois dedicates himself exclusively to his work as a stonemason, while Delhalle is now a professor of photography.
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