„It was a fascinating experience where I literally wrote and recorded music live on the picture while Fabrice was screaming "more, more", yelling and singing to finally explode together in a "yeahhhhhh, that's fucking great!"“

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Composer and musician 1974 - 2016
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And noisy Fame is proud to win them;
Alas for those that never sing,
But die with all their music in them!“

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