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No Artist - Vive La Vapeur! album download
Performer: No Artist
Title: Vive La Vapeur!
Released: 1969
Style: Field Recording
Rating: 4.8/5
FLAC size: 1436 mb | MP3 size: 1115 mb | WMA size: 1511 mb

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Punk-Rock Docteur Destroy. Band Name Docteur Destroy. Album Name Vive la Vie. Type Album. Labels Self-Released. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Vive la Vie. 2. Prostituées.

Pour les Franco-Ontarien. Le petit théâtre de la chute mauve.

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Vive la Fête (English: Long live the party) are a Belgian music duo from Ghent, East Flanders, formed in 1997 by Danny Mommens (guitar, vocals) and Els Pynoo (vocals). Vive la Fête was founded in 1997 when Mommens (then still playing in his former band dEUS) met Els at a party hosted by or for her sister. He had previously been an acquaintance of Pynoo's sister who had photographed Els naked and had later showed the picture to Mommens


A1 'D' Class And 'G' Class 'Pacifics' At Breaute-Beuzeville Station.
A2 A 141 R With A Freight Train At Breaute-Beuzeville Station.
A3 'D' Class And 'G' Class 'Pacifics' Near The Summit Of The Climb From Breaute-Beuzeville.
A4 A 141 TA With A Passenger Train, Climbing Towards Eygurande.
A5 Two 141 TA's, Double Heading A Mineral Train, On The Climb Towards Eygurande.
B1 A Journey On A Passenger Train, Headed By A 141 TA, Over The Steeply Graded Line From Bourboule.
B2 A Granville - Paris Express Changes Engines At Argentan.
B3 241 P. Heard From The Balcony Of A Signal Cabin, Leaves St. Germain-des-Fosses With A Paris - Nimes Express.

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  • Printed By – Graphis Press Limited


  • Directed By – Peter Handford


Steam Engines At Work On The SNCF In Northern and Central France.

The Cover Picture from a Transparency by Brian Stephenson, shows 'Pacific' No. 231 at Abbeville.

Additional Info from "Transacord: Sounds Of Steam" by Mark Jones states:
This was originally assigned the Catalogue Number DA 115 but, Instead, became the first release on the (Z)TR catalogue sequence. This has caused a great deal of confusion, mainly because the 1970 Transacord 'Sounds of Steam' catalogue lists this release under the DA 115 number. The most likely reason for this is that the 1970 catalogue was compilled prior to the LP's release in November 1969 (evidence for this is the mention of the Retail Price Index, from which records became exempt in November 1969), at which point the catalogue number change had probably not been decided.