Considered the French equivalent of Genesis due to their heavy theatrical version of progressive rock, Ange released 14 albums from the '70s to the mid-'80s. The group was led by vocalists Christian and Francis Decamps and included guitarist Jean-Michel Brezovar, bassist Daniel Haas, and drummer Gerard Jelsch. Though Caricatures was the group's first album, the double LP In Concert was compiled from live shows before Ange recorded in the studio. In 1973, La Cimetiere des Arlequins became the band's best-selling album, earning gold status in France. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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