Biografie von Belle Epoque
1) Belle Epoque (벨 에포크) is a korean band led by Misty Blue’s bassist Choi Kyung Hoon under the Pastel Music label. Their first two songs, May and December, were released on a Pastel compilation album in 2006. They gained some widespread exposure through their song May, which appeared on the popular Coffee Prince original soundtrack. Currently, they have one album titled Sundays (2008), consisting mostly of mellow pop-rock tracks with whispery, feminine vocals.
2) Belle Epoque was a French screamo/emo violence band. According to their official website, as of May 2006, they were planning to break up, but with plans to record a final EP. They did a final France tour by september 2006 and played their last show in Strasbourg, France, on the 11th September 2006. Now they have split, but they will release a 7” vinyl disc in the future, with songs they have recorded but not released.
3) There was also a band called La Belle Epoque who were a French vocal trio (Evelyn Verrecchia, Giusy Fortes & Marzia Thear). Their biggest hit was “Black Is Black”, a 1977 international disco smash.
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4) Band from Toronto.
5) A hardcore band from Fort Worth, Texas under the Champion Music Group label. Read more on Last.fm
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